Environmental-Sustainability Research Grant

The EIC Environmental-Sustainability Research Grant is a $12,000 award whose purpose is to promote scholarship in the areas of sustainability, conservation, and environmental education and research. These are the primary areas of interest that the Center supports in order to advance its mission to promote human and ecosystem health and sustainability. This award is funded through a partnership between the EIC and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

 

To learn more about the purpose of the award, how to apply, who is eligible, and the criteria by which proposals will be evaluated, please click here to access the Research and Sponsored Programs web site.

 

The deadline for grant application is December 15.

 

Past Grant Recipients:

 

2011-2012
"Toxic Web: Tracking Pollutants Across Ecological Webs.”
Dr. Anne-Danielson-Francois,
Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Sciences;

 

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