A few key points about Environmental Humanities at Utah
- We offer generous funding- $17,600, a full tuition waiver and subsidized health, vision and dental insurance.
- We are committed to environmental justice and community engagement. Faculty and students encourage creative and scholarly exchanges toward new forms of environmental leadership and connection.
- Our tight-knit student cohorts work with distinguished University of Utah faculty from the College of Humanities and across the campus.
- We foreground career advising, job placement, and application to strong PhD and professional programs.
- Students have personal interactions with notable environmental thinkers.
- Interested students apply for summer funding to explore research projects, community internships and creative writing.
- We host two classes at the Taft-Nicholson Center amidst the 65,000-acre Red Rocks Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in Montana.
- Students have office and community space in our historic building in Fort Douglas, itself walking distance to open space.