Financial Opportunities

Graduate Students admitted to the ESE program may pursue financial support through fellowships offered by the graduate school or training grants, teaching assistantships from their home department, and/or research assistantships from grants received by their major professor.

You are encouraged to apply for fellowships. Assistantship positions are highly competitive. Once accepted into the ESE program, faculty members will contact you directly regarding any assistantship positions.

Students choosing the Masters non-thesis option are responsible for their own tuition and fees. More...

Fellowship and Assistantship Opportunities 

Natural Resources Resilience Graduate Education Initiative

Charles C. Chappelle Fellowship

2014 EPA Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowships for Graduate Environmental Study

Lynn Fellowship 

EPA NNEMS Fellowship Opportunities for US citizens

Research Opportunities in Life Cycle Analysis

IGERT: Global Traineeship in Sustainable Electronics

USDA Fellowships 

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Grants and Award Opportunities

ESE-IGP Travel Funds

Our own program may be able to provide funds or matching funds for graduate student travel to scholarly events. Contact the Program Head for information. Linda S. Lee,

Andrews and Blosser Environmental Travel Grant

A.H. Ismail Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Travel Award

Purdue Graduate Student Government Travel Grants

D. Woods Thomas Memorial Fund to Support International Studies

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