Experts & Publications
The University of Michigan (U-M) is recognized as a global leader in developing holistic, systems-level analyses and solutions to important sustainability problems—both current and emergent. And the Graham Institute helps to maximize the development and impact of such new knowledge through its interdisciplinary research programs.
The Graham Institute's research initiatives focus on Integrated Assessment as a means for engaging faculty researchers at U-M. The Integrated Assessment process incorporates both the natural and social sciences and is designed to transform scientific research into useable applications. We look forward to working on Integrated Assessments with researchers from multiple disciplines at the university—as well as with public and private-sector decision makers who have the ability to apply the research findings.
This section of this site sheds additional light on the Integrated Assessment process and, over time, will increasingly showcase the research products that results from our work. You can also search the Researcher database to identify U-M faculty with expertise in a specific area of environmental sustainability.
Please revisit this webpage often to learn about research programs and projects in development, as well as to submit ideas or proposals for potential interdiscipinary research projects.