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One award of $1,000 to be used toward the cost of a student’s participation in an environmental field study in the area of wildlife management or environmental conservation.

This award is intended to provide a scholarship to qualified UCSB Environmental Studies or Hydrologic Sciences majors to significantly diminish the costs of participation in an environmental field study in the area of wildlife management or environmental conservation. Eligible field study programs must be offered through an accredited academic organization such as, but not limited to, The Wildlands Studies Program, The School for Field Studies, Sierra Institute, or The Wild Rockies Field Institute. The recipient is expected to apply the credit earned towards their major and/or graduation requirements. For more information CLICK HERE

One award of $1,000 to assist a student who enrolls in an unpaid environmental internship. The purpose of this scholarship is to lessen the financial burden on students so that they may pursue an unpaid internship and gain valuable hands-on learning experience in the environmental field of their choice. For more information CLICK HERE

Researchers demonstrate that about half of hydraulically fractured wells exist within 2 to 3 kilometers of domestic groundwater systems.

Assistant Professor Robert Heilmayr and colleagues evaluate certification programs as options for sustaining tropical forests.

Environmental Studies' annual newsletter, ES News, is now available!

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