Application deadline for the Stroh Environmental Thesis Award

The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) is accepting nominations for the Peter W. Stroh ’51 Environmental Senior Thesis Prize, which recognizes the Princeton University senior in any department who has written the best thesis on an environmental topic, through Wednesday, May 8. Each department can nominate one senior theses that examines an important environmental issue. The prize recipient will be announced on or before May 24 and recognized at the Program in Environmental Studies’ Class Day reception on Monday, June 3.

To submit a nomination, please mail or email the following materials to Amber Lee, PEI Undergraduate/Graduate Program Manager, 127 Guyot Hall, Princeton University, or amberlee@princeton.edu : An electronic copy of the senior thesis; a letter of nomination; and copies of readers’ reports.

The Stroh Prize was established in 2003 as a memorial to Peter W. Stroh ’51, who was a member of the PEI Advisory Council and a strong supporter of the Program in Environmental Studies.

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Application deadline for the Stroh Environmental Thesis Award

Event Date

Wed, May 8, 2019

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The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) is accepting nominations for the Peter W. Stroh ’51 Environmental Senior Thesis Prize, which recognizes the Princeton University senior in any department who has written the best thesis on an environmental topic, through Wednesday, May 8. Each department can nominate one senior theses that examines an important environmental issue. The prize recipient will be announced on or before May 24 and recognized at the Program in Environmental Studies’ Class Day reception on Monday, June 3.

To submit a nomination, please mail or email the following materials to Amber Lee, PEI Undergraduate/Graduate Program Manager, 127 Guyot Hall, Princeton University, or amberlee@princeton.edu : An electronic copy of the senior thesis; a letter of nomination; and copies of readers’ reports.

The Stroh Prize was established in 2003 as a memorial to Peter W. Stroh ’51, who was a member of the PEI Advisory Council and a strong supporter of the Program in Environmental Studies.