Lovejoy Fellows Program

The Lovejoy Fellowship Program will support fellows from diverse disciplines, identities, and geographies through scholarships to ensure increased matriculation in, and pursuit of, biodiversity science and policy by emerging scientists, policy experts, communicators, and educators. 

Three people measuring trees in a rainforest.

While the scope and reach of the Lovejoy Fellowship Program will evolve, initial applicants to the program will come primarily from the U.S. and nations recognized by the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO): Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela, and will show a demonstrated commitment to advancing the scientific basis for policy and decision-making aimed at the conservation of biodiversity.

A group of people standing shoulder to shoulder with the rainforest behind them.


By encouraging the active engagement of Fellowship alumni, we will sustain and grow the unique community of scientists, policymakers, and conservation experts created by Dr. Lovejoy to enable the global conservation community to engage constructively and be responsive to our urgent and complex biodiversity challenges.

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