Environmental Fellows Program
We are a community of talented students and dedicated faculty and staff with an appreciation for complexity and a sense of energy. We are the Environmental Fellows.
Dr. Robert Bullard to Present Keynote
Dr. Robert Bullard, often described as the father of environmental justice, visited DePauw's campus to deliver a lecture on June 8, 2016 as part of a faculty workshop about environmental justice.Read More
Indianapolis Prize Winner at DePauw
Carl Jones is the 2016 Winner of the Indianapolis Prize! Carl Jones exemplifies what it means to truly save a species from extinction. He will be delivering a lecture at DePauw on October 13, 2016 at 11:30am that will be free and open to the public.Read More
Earth Day Keynote Speaker Van Jones
Van Jones, a CNN political contributor and environmental advocate, came to DePauw to speak on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22. The 7:30 p.m. program in Meharry Hall was presented by the Environmental Fellows Program's "What a Waste!" speaker series.Read More
Envisioning Zero Waste
DePauw’s Office of Sustainability and Environmental Fellows Program asked how we can shift toward a vision of the world in which nothing is treated as disposable. Here’s what you need to know about our Envisioning Zero Waste theme year.Read More
Meeting Dr. Jane Goodall
The Environmental Fellows had the unique opportunity to speak with world-famous conservationist Jane Goodall during her Ubben Lecture visit on April 17, 2013. Shown here, Environmental Fellows pose with Dr. Goodall after her lecture.Read More
The most pressing challenges of our times require an understanding of the ways the environment sustains and intersects with every facet of our lives – science, technology, human health, war and peace, politics and culture. The Environmental Fellows Program prepares students to deal with this complexity.
Fellows learn how to approach environmental questions from a multidisciplinary perspective by taking environmentally focused classes from a variety of departments across campus.
In addition to many co-curricular activities, all fellows have a summer-long or full semester Practicum that complements their academic program.
Fellows have numerous opportunities to develop their leadership abilities, highlighted by their work with other members of their cohort to develop a theme for a series of co-curricular activities that they will host in their junior year.
We strive to create a sense of community within the program focusing on our similar academic interests, and learning from one another through the diversity of our experiences.