New Grants for Southwestern students
Southwestern University's Environmental Studies Program has two new, unique opportunities. Grants provided by the Kendeda Fund and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation make both of these programs possible.
SEED Grants (Student Environmental Engagement Development)
These provide students the opportunity to pursue a variety of projects that will make the campus and community a model of sustainability. For more information and for reports on projects that have been completed or are underway see:
Youth Environmental Summit, October 2009
Wind Energy Project, Summer 2010
EFSAP (Environmental Fellows Study Abroad Program)
This grant provides up to $5000 in scholarship assistance for students who are studying abroad in an environmental studies-related program. For more information see: