Sustainable Study Abroad Grants

Sustainable Study Abroad Grants of up to $500 are available to students studying abroad through Middlebury College.  Undergraduates studying at the C.V. Starr Middlebury Schools Abroad, as well as Middlebury students studying abroad on approved externally-sponsored programs, are eligible for these grants.

Grants may be used for research projects or participation in events or projects related to sustainability issues; this may include projects or research that look at ways of reducing the human impact on the environment, enhancing social well-being, or economic development that addresses the environment and/or social well-being.

Sustainability projects aim to create “a delightfully diverse, safe, healthy, and just world, with clean air, water, soil and power - economically, equitably, ecologically and elegantly enjoyed.” (Wm. McDonough)



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Stephanie Latour, an Allegheny College student who studied at
the Middlebury School in Chile, completed a grant project titled
Alas Chileans” Local biodiversity through the study of birds

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View a video on the Reforestamos Patagonia initiative that Sophie Kapica (Middlebury) and Daniel Kim (Wesleyan) were able to participate in through Middlebury's Sustainable Study Abroad Grants


Abigail McCeney's Sustainable Study Abroad Grant project in Chile, Jardín Vertical: a vertical garden made from recycled bottles, designed to teach children about sustainable food systems and projects that they can replicate in their own homes


More Information and Application:

Sustainable Study Abroad Grant ApplicationSustainable Study Abroad Grant Application

 

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Sustainable Study Abroad Student Grants are co-sponsored by International Programs and Off-Campus Study and Environmental Affairs.

Please contact Stacey Thebodo (sthebodo@middlebury.edu) in International Programs and Off-Campus Study with any questions.