If selected for the Environmental Justice Fellows program, you’ll spend an academic year deepening your understanding of environmental justice issues and developing your personal leadership skills through a year-long mentorship with Professor David Konisky. You’ll incorporate the consideration of environmental justice into your personal development, academic experience, and career planning and goals.
Deepen your understanding of environmental justice issues
$2,000in financial support as an Environmental Justice Fellow
A committee of O’Neill School faculty and staff select Environmental Justice Fellows through a competitive application process each spring. As a prospective fellow, you’ll be asked to submit a resume, recommendation later, and a brief statement explaining your interest in the program. If you have any questions about the process, email Professor Konisky.
“The generous financial support of the Environmental Justice Fellows Program enabled me to focus on meaningful and directed academic engagement, for which I am sincerely grateful.”
“Hearing directly from professionals with experience in the environmental justice movement and how they amplify the voices of marginalized communities has empowered me to integrate environmental justice into my future career.”
Emily R. Nash
“I gained a deeper understanding of today’s most pressing environmental justice issues, while engaging in open dialogue with the leaders and activists tackling a wide array of problems at all levels of government.”