The Graham Institute's newsletter highlights important education, research, and outreach initiatives happening at the University of Michigan relating to Sustainability. Click on a link for a PDF.
Information about a new framing for Graham's work, our Hydraulic Fracturing in Michigan Integrated assessment, measurable campus engagement programs the Graham Institute is overseeing at U-M, and more. Also introduces several new members of the Graham team.
Introduces the new U-M Water Center (which the Graham Institute is overseeing), welcomes new staff, summarizes Graham's recent sustainability outreach initiatives to undergraduate students, provides an update about the Dow Sustainability Fellows Program, and more.
A two-page article about the new Dow Sustainability Fellows Program, plus news about water quality research projects in (in Ghana and Peru), our "Exploring Sustainability on Planet Blue" discussion series (with the Erb Institute), the Planet Blue Ambassador Program, and more.
A variety of stories and news items about how the Graham Institute is helping to spur positive and transformational change on the U-M Campus, in the City of Detroit, and in cities throughout the Great Lakes region.
Includes news items about the new Sustainable Waters Initiative at U-M, sustainability issues in China, the LSA Water Theme Semester finale, our new Doctoral Fellows, and the Detroit Sustainability Indicators Project.
Features both a new course and Integrated Assessment project focusing on Detroit sustainability. Also introduces a new research collaboration with the Center for Global Health, our new Great Lakes Regional Integrated Sciences Initiative (GLISA), and more.
Features a story about sustainability field studies in Kenya, a glimpse of 2010 Earth Day activities at U-M, news about a new 10-credit Undergraduate Sustainability Studies Program, and more.
Includes President Mary Sue Coleman's announcement about new sustainability initiatives at U-M, an article about Professor Don Scavia's testimony before the U.S. Congress about oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Mexico, and more.
Features a message from the Graham Institute's new director, introduces the new Graham Fellows, and highlights some of the different sustainability research happening at the university.
Outlines several new awards, research projects, and sustainability instiatives happening campus wide. It also features a new consolidated layout, as well as the Graham Insitute's new brand identy.
Highlights the many types of research and education taking place at U-M circling around the intersection of water, health, and the environment.
Brings readers up-to-date with the history of the Graham Institute and future initiatives.