Environmental Grants

The Miller Worley Center Environmental Grants program provides support to faculty and students engaged in teaching and research initiatives with an environmental focus. From developing new curricula to integrate into existing and new courses to faculty-student collaborative research projects to support for student research projects and conference travel, the grants aim to encourage innovative environmental research, cross-curricular collaboration and student training and leadership skills development. The center offers three distinct grants and proposals are submitted via the on-line application forms provided below. For more information, please contact each grant's respective administrator.

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Available for students to conduct independent research, participate in workshops and conferences or organize on-campus education and outreach events.
The Miller Worley Center for the Environment provides short-term, summer support for environmentally-oriented faculty-student research in any discipline.
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Enables members of the community to undertake campus projects that help reduce the environmental footprint of campus life and work.