• Current and alumni fellows at the Environmental Grantmakers Association Federal Policy Briefing in Washington D.C.
  • EFP alumni at the 2018 New Horizons in Conservation Conference

Environmental Fellows are a diverse set of graduate students that hail from schools across the country. They address environmental concerns through their studies in conservation sciences (water, energy, forestry, and marine biology), public health, planning and policy, landscape architecture, business and management, social and environmental justice, geography and more.

list of schools (alphabetical)
Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University Iowa State University University of Florida (2 fellows)
Arizona State University – Tempe Campus Johns Hopkins University University of Kansas
Boise State University Louisiana State University University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Brown University Michigan State University (2 fellows) University of Michigan (33 fellows)
California State University, Los Angeles New York University University of Montana
Carnegie Mellon University Northeastern University University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Clark University Texas Southern University University of Oregon
College of Charleston The New School University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Columbia University (4 fellows) Tufts University (3 fellows) University of Texas at Austin
Cornell University Tulane University University of Washington
Duke University University of California, Berkeley (2 fellows) Vanderbilt University
Duke University and University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill University of California, Davis Villanova University (2 fellows)
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University University of California, Los Angeles Virginia Commonwealth University
Harvard University (2 fellows) University of California, Santa Barbara (2 fellows) Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Howard University University of Colorado, Boulder Western Washington University
Indiana University (2 fellows) University of Delaware Yale University (6 fellows)