- Document and promote current sustainability research to celebrate their achievements and facilitate collaboration through the Sustainability Research Profiles and Sustainability Researcher Clearinghouse,
- Support and promote sustainability research capable of attracting external funding through the Sustainability Research Development Grant program, and
- Provide students increased access to faculty researchers. You will find short descriptions of each programs with links through to program pages.
Sustainability Student Research Development Grants
The Sustainability Student Research Development Grant program, historically co-sponsored by the University Graduate School, the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Health, the Graduate and Professional Student Government, the IU Office of Sustainability, and other supporters, provides opportunities for students to develop externally funded research related to environmental sustainability.
If you are a currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student, you may find more information on how to apply here.
In an effort to highlight existing sustainability-related research at IUB, the ERWG created the Sustainability Research Clearinghouse. The site profiles eight researchers, displaying a photograph and biography of relevant research projects. Additionally, 53 researchers are listed in a searchable format with links to their faculty homepages. Each is designated as conducting sustainability focused or sustainability related research.