The Bren School hosts the following donor-supported fellowship programs that provide opportunities to its master's and PhD students.
Donor-Supported Fellowship Programs
Eco-Entrepreneurship Fellow program (EEF): Provides recruitment incentive awards to Master of Environmental Science and Management (MESM) students who are promising eco-entrepreneurs. Eco-E fellowships for MESM students will range from $2,500 to $15,000 and provide incoming students with financial support for their first year.
Latin American Fisheries Fellowship program (LAFF): Provides full fellowship support (tuition, fees, health insurance, supplies, stipend, travel) for a two-year Master of Environmental Science and Management degree (MESM), with a concentration in Coastal Marine Resources Management, for up to four highly qualified students who are dedicated to pursuing careers in Latin America.
Sustainable Water Markets Fellowship program (Water Markets): Provides partial or full fellowship support for highly qualified master's and PhD students and is designed to train leaders who will make substantial contributions to employing market-driven strategies for solving water challenges.