Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants

Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants

Expanding and improving interdisciplinary sustainability content across the CSU curriculum.

Future professionals will both affect and be affected by sustainability’s global grand challenges, no matter their vocation. It is Colorado State University’s ultimate goal that all graduating students understand and appreciate the complex and interconnected sustainability concepts that define our global future. These grants develop existing and new coursework that offer creative approaches to interdisciplinary sustainability content and elevate both the

quality and quantity of student exposure to complex sustainability concepts. The grants also facilitate initial development of a sustainability curriculum toolkit for campus, which will provide a mechanism to share expertise and tools across colleges and courses. These Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grants are created in partnership with CSU’s SoGES and President’s Sustainability Commission (PSC).

2021 Sustainability Curriculum Innovation Grant Recipients:

Applications for 2022 are currently closed. Click here to view the 2022 Request for Proposals

Program Application

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

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Aleta Weller, Senior Research and Engagement Officer, at Aleta.Weller@colostate.edu or by calling (970) 492-4160.