Across the University of Michigan, experts from the sciences, arts, and humanities are working to address sustainability challenges at the intersection of the environment and society. The Graham Sustainability Institute amplifies those efforts by connecting faculty and external stakeholders, with a focus on catalyzing and supporting sustainability research collaborations that lead to real-world impact.
The Emerging Opportunities Program provides professional services, funding opportunities, and other resources to make it happen.
We offer seed funding of up to $10,000 to multidisciplinary teams for activities that support project planning and partnership development or enhance the application of existing research. Support available to U-M faculty from the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses.
Call for proposals now open. Proposals due November 12, 2018.
Network Building & Professional Services
We make connections among experts, facilitate stakeholder engagement, explore additional sources of funding, assist with project management and evaluation, and develop high-impact outreach strategies and communications.
Register for Sustainability Connections networking event for faculty new to U-M and early in their careers on November 19.