The Center’s 45 Faculty Associates are leaders in their fields, 26 Graduate Fellows are working on exciting doctoral projects, and 21 Undergraduate Fellows are engaged in independent research.
The Center for Environmental Politics seeks to play a leading role in training next generation scholars of environmental politics and governance. We welcome UW students, graduate and undergraduate, from any department to participate in the Center’s activities. To be designated as a Graduate Fellow in Environmental Politics and Governance, students should get in touch with the Center Director, Aseem Prakash (aseem at uw.edu). CEP Graduate Fellows will enjoy:
- Invitations to all CEP-sponsored events, including talks and colloquia;
- Invitations to join outside speakers for lunches and dinners;
- Opportunities to participate in the annual Pacific NW Duck Family Graduate Workshop in Environmental Politics and Governance;
- Invitation to participate in the 2-day overnight annual Camp Casey Whidbey Island retreat to discuss your research;
- Opportunities to develop their academic networks by interacting with CEP faculty and outside visitors;
- Apply for Mel Belding Travel and Research Grants for conference travel.