External Funding Opportunities
Visiting Faculty Fellowships
Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation
Carnegie Mellon University
The Scott Institute (http://www.cmu.edu/energy/) seeks to support extended visits to Carnegie Mellon by persons engaged in activities relevant to energy. The visitor may be from any employment sector (e.g. government, industry, and academia) at any academic rank or staff level, from any discipline and can visit any department or school at Carnegie Mellon. An extended visit is expected to last for a period of one semester to a full year. The Institute will provide up to $50,000 in salary support and up to $10,000 to support research and other non-salary expenses. Expectations are that visitors would interact with a broad range of CMU faculty through research, education or other scholarly activities related to energy.
Prospective visitors can be nominated by colleagues at Carnegie Mellon at any time during the year, but nominations should be received 6 – 12 months prior to the intended start of the visit.
A one page proposal including the visitor’s name, proposed duration of visit, CMU faculty or departments with whom the visitor would be most closely associated, and a brief description of expected activities.
Nomination letter from a CMU faculty member.
Please submit the package to:
Carnegie Mellon University
Scott Institute for Energy Innovation
Scott Hall, 5th Floor
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Students: Submit A Proposal for Up To $5,000
Successful Student-led Proposals May Lead to $50,000 in Grant Funds
Students across the University of Michigan are invited to propose an action-oriented project beyond the campus focusing on wide-ranging sustainability issues such as energy, water, communities, food, built environment, transportation, and other areas.
Past projects supported by the Dow Distinguished Awards for Interdisciplinary Sustainability have helped communities around the world with safe drinking water, energy conservation, and transportation.
Interdisciplinary teams, with students from at least three different schools/colleges at UM-Ann Arbor will be awarded up to $5,000 to pursue a collaborative project at the local, national, or global level.
Successful teams will clearly articulate a new and innovative concept, and describe compelling and practical efforts for societal benefits and sustainability impact beyond the U-M campus.
Learn More: Although these small “seed” grants provide up to $5,000, successful projects could lead up to $50,000 for full implementation. Dow Distinguished Awards for Interdisciplinary Sustainability Competition Projects Dow Sustainability Fellows Program Dow Global Impact Series