Environmental Grants

The Miller Worley Center provides support for a wide range of Mount Holyoke College student, faculty and administrative endeavors. Four different grants offer funding for student travel and workshops, faculty-student research, faculty curriculum development, and campus sustainability. Click the links below to learn more about each grant opportunity.

Photo of a student conducting forest research
Available for students to conduct independent research, participate in workshops and conferences or organize on-campus education and outreach events.
Photo of Kate Ballentine speaking to students
The Center supports faculty members who are seeking to strengthen or introduce environmental or sustainability themes in their courses.
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Enables members of the community to undertake campus projects that help reduce the environmental footprint of campus life and work.
Food Justice Class Fall 2018
Available to faculty to cover the cost of course materials to support the development of courses related to sustainability, the environment and DEI.
The Miller Worley Center for the Environment provides short-term, summer support for environmentally-oriented faculty-student research in any discipline.