The Graham Institute administers a variety of sustainability-related scholarships, fellowships, grants, incentives programs, and other initiatives to empower and support students.
Opportunities for U-M Students
Pitch a team-based project beyond the campus receive $5K - $50K to work on innovative solutions to affordable housing, access to healthy food, renewable energy and more. Open to all students.
Join a community of scholars devoted to developing and implementing innovative ideas in pursuit of sustainability and receive up to $15,000 to support doctoral-level work.
Undergraduate Sophomores: Become part of an interdisciplinary sustainability leadership program and receive funding for field-based experiences.
Master's and Professional Students
Advance your career by participating in collaborative activities and an interdisciplinary team project and receive up to $20K in tuition support.
Students: Host a Sustainable Event
The Robert and Judith Marans/Kan and Lillian Chen Fellowship, for eligible first-year doctoral candidates interested in both human and technological aspects of sustainability supports the collection and analysis of survey data.
This small-scale grant program (up to $1,000) supports student projects at U-M. The U-M Student Sustainability Initiative empowers students and connects them to organizations across campus.
Offers grants of up to $25K for student-initiated projects that promote environmental sustainability on the University of Michigan Campus.