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)
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
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
More Information and Application:
Sustainable Study Abroad Student Grants are co-sponsored by International Programs and Off-Campus Study and Environmental Affairs.
Please contact Stacey Thebodo (firstname.lastname@example.org) in International Programs and Off-Campus Study with any questions.