Fast Track Grants

The FY2018 Winter Fast Track cycle has closed

 

These small scale grants of up to $2,500 support work requiring limited funding or provide seed money for larger initiatives. Funding is available to early-stage investigators from units with limited research funding support.    

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    Funds for the FY18 grant cycle have been fully committed. Sign up to receive funding updates for the next grant cycle. 

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    Recent Awards

    MI-Environment: Heat Stress Vulnerability Manuscript Preparation
    Patricia Koman - School of Public Health, College of Engineering
    Marie O'Neill - School of Public Health
     
    Legal Institutions and the Planning Process: Conflicts between the Right to Adequate Housing and to a Sustainable Environment in São Paulo's Informal Settlements
    Ana Paula Pimentel Walker - Taubman College of Architecture + Planning
    María Arquero de Alarcón - Taubman College of Architecture + Planning
     
    Climate Changes Health: Ensuring Environmental Justice Underlies Public Health’s Climate Change Work – Translation to Action
    Natalie Sampson - University of Michigan-Dearborn, College of Education, Health & Human Services
    Carmel Price - University of Michigan-Dearborn, College of Arts, Sciences, & Letters
    Adrienne Hollis - WE ACT for Environmental Justice
    Megan Latshaw - Johns Hopkins University
    Fatemeh Shafiei - Spelman College
    Melissa Varga, Jessica Thomas - Union of Concerned Scientists
    Garry Harris - Center for Sustainable Communities
    Samantha Shattuck - National Environmental Justice Advisory Council Youth Perspectives on Climate Change Work Group
    Vernice Miller-Travis - Environmental Justice and Equitable Development Community Planning and Revitalization Group
    Na'Taki Osborne Jelks - Agnes Scott College
    Learn more on the team's catalyst grant webpage.
     
    The Rustbelt Urbarium-Engaging Weeds as Urban Subject
    Mark Lindquist - School for Environment and Sustainability
    Anton Reznicek - University of Michigan Herbarium