• Center for Social Innovation : offers a variety of courses on environmental and social issues
  • Environmental Forum: a regular forum that informs Stanford faculty, graduate students, postdocs and staff about a broad range of environmental issues and solutions through presentation and discussion by global experts from within Stanford and other leading academic institutions, government, NGOs, foundations and business (see calendar for upcoming forums)
  • Earth Systems : an integrated approach to understanding and solving environmental issues and challenges (B.S. and co-terminal M.S. degrees)
  • Emmett Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER): offers a Ph.D. degree and an M.S. in Environment and Resources for students enrolled in Stanford's schools of Earth Sciences, Law, Medicine, and Business
  • Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program (ENRLP): offers a variety of courses and seminars in environmental and natural resources law
  • Haas Center for Public Service postgraduate fellowships : Full-time, mentored experience in an organization with a mission to serve the public good 
  • Public Policy Program : interdisciplinary course of study in the design, management, and evaluation of public-sector programs and institutions (Masters in Public Policy and joint master's and doctoral degrees with the schools of Law, Business, Education, and Humanities & Sciences)
  • Rising Environmental Leaders Program : a Stanford Woods Institute program that provides graduate students and postdoctoral scholars with leadership and communications skills as well as guidance on how to use those skills and their research for the greatest impact

Information about graduate admissions