Sustainability Education & Research Resources

The University of Michigan Graham Sustainability Institute systematically integrates talents across U-M schools, colleges and units, and partners with external stakeholders to foster collaborative sustainability solutions at all scales.

Faculty Resources - Funding Opportunities (PDF)

See the opportunities below to engage with us across research, education and campus programs.

Also see: Faculty affiliates





New Initiative Support

As part of our mission to cultivate sustainability leadership through transformative learning, the Graham Institute continually seeks to support innovative ideas brought to us by U-M faculty, including these examples of new initiatives we've supported:

  • The Michigan Environmental Crimes Project: The Graham Institute supported more than 100 Michigan Law students in developing a searchable database of EPA-investigated criminal pollution prosecutions. The project documented environmental crimes to, hopefully, help society avoid repeating them in the future.
  • Engineering Sustainable Systems (School for Environment and Sustainability & Engineering Dual Master's Degree): The Graham Insitute helped build momentum for this dual-degree master's degree program during its first three years (2007-2009) by providing scholarships to attract top performing students.