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Scholarships|Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources

Bard Center for Environmental Policy Scholarships

Bard CEP is pleased to announce two new scholarships, the Rachel Carson Scholarship and the Wangari Maathai Scholarship, available to current and future CEP applicants! These two $20,000 scholarships are awarded to future leaders in sustainability, deadline May 15th. No matter if you have already applied, or have yet to apply, check out the opportunities for increased funding below, or visit our financial aid page here. PLEASE NOTE: The final deadline to apply for admission is May 15, 2012.

Rachel Carson Scholarship (NEW)

U.S. students are eligible to apply for a merit scholarship as part of the Rachel Carson Scholars program. This new program will grant one $20,000 scholarship per year to a student who shows promise of a leadership career in environmental policy. Interested students should email a statement of no more than 500 words to cep@bard.edu on the following: Please define and explain leadership in the context of the sustainability challenges we face in the coming decades. Finalists will be reviewed based on this statement and their application materials, and will be interviewed by the selection committee. Applicants must be accepted to the Bard CEP masters program and have completed a FAFSA in order to qualify.

Applications are due by May 15th. The scholarship recipient will be notified on June 1st.

Wangari Maathai Scholarship (NEW)

Funding is available for one outstanding international student as part of the Wangari Maathai Scholars program. This new program will grant one $20,000 scholarship per year to a student who shows promise of a leadership career in environmental policy. Interested students should email a statement of no more than 500 words to cep@bard.edu on the following: Please define and explain leadership in the context of the sustainability challenges we face in the coming decades. Finalists will be reviewed based on this statement and their application materials, and will be interviewed by the selection committee. Applicants must be accepted to the Bard CEP masters program and have completed a international financial aid application, including a certificate of finances, in order to qualify.

Applications are due by May 15th. The scholarship recipient will be notified on June 1st.

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