The School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) is accepting proposals for 2018-19 Global Challenges Research Teams and Resident Fellows. Both programs seek proposals that address global and regional environmental sustainability grand challenges, are highly innovative and enterprising in their approach, and are applicable to real-world sustainability issues.
Global Challenges Research Teams
Successful team proposals bring together researchers from across disciplines at Colorado State University to cultivate and encourage new scientific relationships, overcome barriers to interdisciplinary research, establish commonalities and understanding of scientific language and methodology, and utilize a multifaceted and innovative approach to sustainability science. More details about the teams and proposal process can be found on our website.
Resident Fellows are a select group of CSU faculty members who engage in scholarly, creative research and problem solving consistent with the mission and focal areas of SoGES. Fellows come from a broad range of disciplines related to sustainability, including but not limited to: biological and physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and engineering fields. The program targets faculty, researchers, and instructors whose contributions to sustainability scholarship will be significantly enhanced by the fellowship. For more information, visit our website.
The research teams and fellows provide unique opportunities to accelerate progress in research designed to meet global environmental challenges, and to engage in the academic life of SoGES.
The deadline to submit proposals is January 26, 2018.
Learn more about research opportunities at SoGES.