Apply to the Diana Liverman Scholars Program 2024-2025


The Diana Liverman Scholars Program provides undergraduate, Main Campus students at the University of Arizona with experiential and field based opportunities to develop skills in science communication and environmental storytelling. Scholars will work with local community partners to enhance their mission and effective practice through communication projects. The partners for the 2024-2025 academic year are the Environmental Defense Fund and Ishkashitaa Refugee Network. Liverman Scholars will participate in 3-4 day long/overnight expeditions throughout the year in addition to a weekly skill building workshop and receive mentorship from faculty, graduate student, and peer undergraduate mentors. 

The program is open to students in any major, and there is no GPA minimum! 

Accepted participants will receive 2 academic credits (GEOG 399) and $500 per semester for their work.

Eligible applicants for the Diana Liverman Scholars Program are undergraduate students in any major who are:
  • Enrolled for at least 6 undergraduate units of credit at the University of Arizona for Fall 2024, planning on being enrolled in at least 6 credits for Spring 2025
  • Living in Tucson during the 2024-25 academic year
  • Passionate about environmental and community resilience
  • Available for workshops on Fridays at 1:00pm during the Fall and Spring semesters
  • Students with underrepresented identities in environmental fields are strongly encouraged to apply, including students of color, LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, and others.
For questions, please reach out to:

 2024-2025 Diana Liverman Scholars Application

Due: Sunday June 30th, 2024 at 11:59p.m.