Opportunities for Partners

Opportunities for Partners

The Graham Institute works with organizations representing a variety of sectors to understand specific needs and foster connections with relevant expertise throughout U-M. See tiles below for examples of how we work with partners spanning business, government, non-governmental organizations. Please contact us if you are interested in collaborating with the University of Michigan on fostering collaborative sustainability solutions.

To partner with us, contact the Graham Institute, phone: (734) 615-8230, email: graham-institute@umich.edu

Faculty, Students, Partners
View Clean Energy + Energy Management Webinars

Learn about the successes and challenges of local governments across Michigan as they improve energy efficiency and move toward renewables. 

Partners
Get Zoning Advice for Your Community

The Michigan Zoning Database is a free resource for elected officials, government employees, planners, developers, and residents.

Partners
Work with a Graham Scholars Team

If you have a project idea or could host a Graham Scholars team at your organization, please complete this brief interest form.

Partners, Faculty
Join the Graham Institute Mailing List

Sign up for Graham's monthly newsletter to stay apprised of news from the institute and sustainability happenings across the university. 

Faculty, Partners
Read Insights from Researchers

In PI Perspectives, find first-hand accounts from faculty conducting engaged, user-driven sustainability work.

Partners
Take a Deep Dive into Lead in Drinking Water

Learn to guard against the dangers of lead in water. Explore detailed resources curated for parents, caregivers, elected officials, and consumers. 

Partners
Be a Dow Fellows Program Partner

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.

Faculty, Partners
Learn About the Newest Catalyst Grant Projects

Five new projects advance climate change adaptation, products aimed to reduce carbon emissions, and equity and justice in sustainability interventions.