Below are some resources that a DDCSPer compiled and wanted to share out with the network.
The below resources were collected and shared with us by DDCSP alumni, folks at The California Community Colleges, and https://immigrantsrising.org.
We are the recipient of a Mellon grant to support our focus on environmental justice and community-engaged learning. Our fully-funded master's program addresses climate justice, environmental literature, history, communication and leadership. Our Program and the University of Utah are committed to a multicultural, inclusive environment. We welcome your inquiries, and application for the Fall 2022 term. Deadline is January 10, 2022.
In this program, talented students (EEB Scholars) will be selected from a competitive applicant pool and invited to participate in a series of academic and social activities designed to give them the tools to confidently apply to graduate schools, as well as familiarize them with the Princeton EEB department.
You are invited to apply to present at the 2021 New Horizons in Conservation Conference. The conference will take place virtually from Sunday, April 18 through Tuesday, April 20, 2020. Applications to present will be evaluated on a rolling basis, so apply as soon as possible, but the deadline is February 18.