Who are the Steinbrenner Institute Doctoral Fellows?
We spoke with some of our 2023-24 doctoral fellows to learn more about them and their research.
Generating meaningful dialogue on campus
Sustainability on the Cut is a new video series where our Faculty Affiliates pose a question about sustainability to passersby on the Cut.
Watch the first installment of the series now
About the Steinbrenner Institute
The Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research was established in 2004 with the generous support of Lowell and Jan Steinbrenner to change the way the world thinks and acts about the environment.
The Steinbrenner Institute advances environmental education and research at Carnegie Mellon University in the following ways:
- We direct an undergraduate program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies with both a minor and an additional major that are accessible to students with any primary major across campus.
- We offer competitive doctoral fellowships to talented doctoral school students.
- We offer Steinbrenner Environmental Education Development grants to faculty, staff and students to fund innovative sustainability projects on the CMU campus.
- We promote and support environmental initiatives on the CMU campus.
- We facilitate connections and coordinate new research initiatives.