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.
Let Graham help you find connections on campus and off, convene, network, develop relationships, and explore potential partnerships.
Join the Great Lakes Northern Forest Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (GLNF-CESU) Network, a consortium for informed resource stewardship.
Learn about the successes and challenges of local governments across Michigan as they improve energy efficiency and move toward renewables.
Complete the Planet Blue Ambassador online training to learn about sustainability efforts at U-M and how you can contribute.
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.
Make your sustainability-related course easily searchable so that students and colleagues can find it online.
Graham offers commmunications support ranging from translational science communications to marketing and public relations.
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.
In PI Perspectives, find first-hand accounts from faculty conducting engaged, user-driven sustainability work.
Graham can support research partnerships at every step, from drafting proposals through managing projects and facilitating teams.
Graham supports faculty through project coordination, stakeholder engagement, knowledge translation, and evaluation capabilities.
Five new projects advance climate change adaptation, products aimed to reduce carbon emissions, and equity and justice in sustainability interventions.
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.