The School of Global Environmental Sustainability — SoGES — is announcing a request for proposals for Global Challenges Research Teams and Resident Fellows. The call for proposals is open to all Colorado State University faculty and researchers, with a deadline of Jan. 31, 2020.
Global Challenges Research Teams
This program provides seed funding to foster new, creative approaches to complex sustainability problems and enable initial steps toward lasting solutions. Proposals should be highly innovative and exploratory in both research questions and approach. Starting this year, SoGES is looking for two-year proposals that will each receive a total of $30,000. The expanded timeframe will enable teams to better execute planned work and articulate accomplishments. For more information and to apply, visit our website.
The school also is seeking applications for CSU faculty Resident Fellows from diverse perspectives, career stages and approaches within the university. The Resident Fellow program allows CSU faculty to accelerate creative approaches and ideas for addressing complex sustainability problems. The program provides funds to faculty and researchers so that they may spend focused effort on novel sustainability scholarship, or new and creative approaches to existing work.
For more information and to apply, visit the SoGES website.
These Global Challenges Research Teams and Resident Fellow positions provide unique opportunities to accelerate progress in research designed to meet global sustainability challenges and to engage in the academic life of the school.
To learn more about research opportunities at SoGES, visit: sustainability.colostate.edu.