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 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.