The College of the Environment (COE) Research Fellowship Program allows current Wesleyan undergraduate students to undertake research on environmental topics under the guidance of a faculty mentor during summer or fall or spring semesters. The projects must relate to any of the broad themes covered by Environmental Studies and the College of the Environment. The scope of environmental topics is intended to be interpreted broadly; research may be undertaken using techniques, approaches, and paradigms from all majors or major programs. Fellowships are available to all current Wesleyan undergraduate students, regardless of class year or major and may be undertaken at Wesleyan or off-campus. Students must be current Wesleyan undergraduate students for the duration of their fellowship.
Some examples of COE-supported fellowships might include: working on an organic farm in California, conducting research in a science lab at Wesleyan, undertaking an environmental justice art project in Costa Rica, or researching the economics of a carbon tax with a professor at Wesleyan.
Meet our COE summer research fellows:
- 2022 coe summer fellows at a glance
- 2021 coe summer fellows at a glance!
- detre ’22, poulos explore big bend dataset
- levy ’23: bite off more than you can chew at the new wisdom teeth exhibit
- colson-fearon ’22 researches urban farming in baltimore
- scobell ’22 & parikh ’22 spend summer sequencing fish genome
- levan ’22 indulges appetite for entomophagy
- pipkin ’22 produces podcast exploring land use in the smokies
- woolford ’22 and friends to host party at the edge of the world
- 2020 coe summer fellows at a glance!
- 2019 coe summer fellows at a glance!