Cooke Environmental Research Fellowship

The Cooke Environmental Research Fellowship provides an opportunity for a student to conduct community-based research with a faculty mentor within the field of environmental studies.  The fellowship can be based at Bowdoin College or at an off-campus location.  For projects based off-campus, students must identify a community organization that will act as host for the fellow and are asked to submit a letter of support from the organization.  Preference is given to prospective ES majors and current ES majors who have completed 2 or more ES core courses (ENVS1101, ENVS2201, ENVS2403, or social science core course numbered ENVS 2300-2333). Preferences given to rising juniors and seniors and Environmental Studies majors, or members of Quinby House. 

 *Application Due Date: Please check back for the 2018 deadline

Click here to apply for a Cooke Environmental Fellowship.

Note: All applications must be submitted through the online application site.