Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants

Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants

Expanding and improving interdisciplinary sustainability content across the CSU curriculum.

Program Application

The School requests proposals for the Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants each spring to be used the following school year.  Proposals are invited from all faculty at CSU. Join our mailing list to be notified when the Request For Proposals opens.

Apply now for the 2023-24 Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants! Application deadline extended to April 5th!

Sustainability’s global grand challenges affect everyone. It is Colorado State University’s goal that all graduating students have the knowledge and tools to tackle these complex and interconnected problems in their future careers. Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants for faculty take initial steps toward expanding student exposure to interdisciplinary sustainability concepts across all fields of study at CSU.

With these grants, CSU faculty can develop creative approaches that integrate interdisciplinary sustainability content into existing and new coursework. They elevate both the quality and quantity of student exposure to complex sustainability concepts. The grants also provide a mechanism to share expertise and tools across colleges and courses through initial development of a sustainability curriculum toolkit for campus. These Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants are created in partnership with CSU’s SoGES and President’s Sustainability Commission (PSC).

2023 Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grant Recipients:


Aleta Weller, Senior Research and Engagement Officer, at or by calling (970) 491-3653.