The Living Laboratory Fellowship Program for Sustainability provides Stanford students real-world sustainability leadership and project management opportunities that meaningfully advance Stanford’s operational sustainability goals. Offered in partnership with the LBRE Office of Sustainability, the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, and the Bill Lane Center for the American West, the program collaborates widely with schools, departments, and operational units across Stanford, including the O’Donohue Family Educational Farm, Residential & Dining Enterprises, and Business Affairs.

Fellows are matched with pre-vetted campus sustainability projects, in topic areas including Zero Waste, Climate Action, Behavior Change, Scope 3 Emissions, Building Systems/Operations, Education & Outreach, Environmental/Social Equity and Justice, Food Systems, Data Management & Analytics, Transportation, and Land Use.

Instructors: N/A
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: No

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The Realizing Environmental Innovation Program (REIP) is intended to provide next stage funding (up to $500k) to PIs to move existing interdisciplinary environmental research projects toward actual solutions implemented by public stakeholders and private market actors. To be considered, projects should demonstrate both significant progress in identifying solutions and strong potential by private market or public end users...
The Stanford Woods Institute EVP program provides seed grants from $10,000 to $200,000, for up to two years, for interdisciplinary research projects that seek to identify solutions to pressing problems of the environment and sustainability. Research projects are evaluated for their intellectual merit, potential to solve critical problems, the integration of the disciplinary strengths...
We have the opportunity to provide funding for compelling projects that leverage the unique skill sets and expertise of both E-IPER PhD students and Joint/Dual MS students. This structured PhD/MS collaboration model is one way E-IPER is exploring and demonstrating avenues for interdisciplinary collaboration.