This new tool tracks and shares U-M's progress toward its carbon neutrality goal.
Make your sustainability-related course easily searchable so that students and colleagues can find it online.
Up to $10,000 over eight months for activities that support project planning and partnership development or enhance the application of existing research. Up to three Catalyst Grants per funding cycle (fall and winter).
The NERRS Science Collaborative, coordinated by the Water Center, funds user-driven, collaborative research and science transfer activities that address critical management needs identified by reserves.
Graham supports faculty through project coordination, stakeholder engagement, knowledge translation, and evaluation capabilities.
Complete the Planet Blue Ambassador online training to learn about sustainability efforts at U-M and how you can contribute.
Dow Distinguished Award projects are local-global, interdisciplinary, and advised by a U-M faculty member. Graduate students (masters and doctoral) are eligible to apply for team funds to support travel and stakeholder engagement.
Join the Great Lakes Northern Forest Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (GLNF-CESU) Network, a consortium for informed resource stewardship.
Sign up for Graham's monthly newsletter to stay apprised of news from the institute and sustainability happenings across the university.
Join U-M's Sustainability Experts Database, maintained by Graham, to help make our collective sustainability expertise transparent and accessible.
Support a program where small investments make a big difference in faculty research outcomes.
Graham offers commmunications support ranging from translational science communications to marketing and public relations.
Learn to guard against the dangers of lead in water. Explore detailed resources curated for parents, caregivers, elected officials, and consumers.
Interdisciplinary teams of Sustainability Scholars—senior undergraduate students—recently presented the results of their engaged research projects. The Scholars teams received guidance from their project partners and support from the Graham Institute. Over the past year, four teams developed and implemented a project plan and delivered unique results.
Let Graham help you find connections on campus and off, convene, network, develop relationships, and explore potential partnerships.
Each year, the Graham Sustainability Institute supports a limited number of paid summer internships for Graham Sustainability Scholars and actively seeks partners offering paid internships. This summer, supported by the City of Ann Arbor’s carbon neutrality efforts, additional Graham Scholars will receive hands-on experience assisting with carbon benchmarking.
Your gift to the Graham Sustainability Scholars Program will help support the next generation of sustainability leaders.
Invest in staff and student researchers working across Michigan to help communities make informed, proactive decisions about renewable energy.
The Planet Blue Student Innovation Fund provides up to $50,000 annually for student-led projects that promote a campus culture of sustainability.
Graham can support research partnerships at every step, from drafting proposals through managing projects and facilitating teams.
Learn about the successes and challenges of local governments across Michigan as they improve energy efficiency and move toward renewables.
Five new projects advance climate change adaptation, products aimed to reduce carbon emissions, and equity and justice in sustainability interventions.
Graham offers a variety of support to address critical sustainability challenges. Contact us to see how we might help along your journey from idea to implementation.
The Michigan Zoning Database is a free resource for elected officials, government employees, planners, developers, and residents.
Learn more about the collaborative team projects work made possible by Dow Distinguished Awards. Project teams and their partners support high-impact projects (energy justice, climate, circular economy) that enhance the quality of life.
If you have a project idea and are interested in working with a Dow Fellows team of graduate students please complete this brief interest form. Dow Fellows teams draw upon the expertise across campus, making this a unique interdisciplinary experience. A variety of disciplinary perspectives often results in more successful project outcomes.
Help faculty extend the reach of their work, spark and grow critical partnerships and programming, promote student involvement in climate action, and more.
NOAA's National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) Science Collaborative, coordinated by the Water Center, helps solve coastal management issues.
In PI Perspectives, find first-hand accounts from faculty conducting engaged, user-driven sustainability work.
If you have a project idea or could host a Graham Scholars team at your organization, please complete this brief interest form.
Dow Sustainability Fellows make an impact through managing robust projects focusing on climate, circular economy, and other sustainability topics locally and globally. Graduate students work for one calendar year (January-December) in partnership with an organization and a UM advisor. Project summaries and reports provide insight into the recommendations, tools, analysis, and other work completed annually by interdisciplinary teams.
The Water@Michigan Collaborative is a gathering table for U-M researchers and communities that have been disproportionately affected by historic inequities to develop just, equitable, and sustainable approaches that address community water priorities.
In the Global Impact series, based on reports produced by Dow Fellows teams, find project summaries, key issues, methodologies, and outcomes. Dow Fellows focus on climate, circular economy, energy justice, and many more sustainability topics. Global impacts include two-page fact sheets, videos, and more.
Take a look at the Graham Sustainability Scholars online yearbook (current and past Graham Scholars). Graham Scholars include undergraduate juniors and seniors from across campus. Interdisciplinary teams work collaboratively on sustainability projects (climate, energy justice, water quality. and more). Scholars teams work with local project partners.