The Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) attracts and trains some of the world’s most promising leaders working on issues related to environment, resources, and human wellbeing. Established in 2001 and named with a sustaining gift from the Emmett family in 2009, the program promotes interdisciplinary research and equips students with an unprecedented range of skills for discovering solutions and shaping policy.
In 2016, Rae and Dan Emmett, ’61, generously established the Emmett Matching Program, a special opportunity for interested donors to help enhance E-IPER by providing new resources for faculty and students, including special research and educational opportunities. Gifts of $10,000 or more (payable over five years) are eligible to receive this one-to-one match. Giving opportunities are listed below.