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Grants

Grants

Grants for undergraduate or graduate sustainability students

Students pursuing a sustainability degree through Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability are eligible to apply for a number of scholarships and grants. These opportunities are offered by both businesses and individuals with an interest in the environmental, social and economic well-being of our future. Awards are presented at a spring banquet, which awardees are expected to attend.

Tips for a successful application

  • Make sure you are eligible (read the criteria)
  • Make sure your application addresses the questions being asked, and that you are providing the necessary information.
  • Have someone else proofread your essay before you submit it.
  • Make sure you understand what you are applying for: through the School of Sustainability, some awards are for tuition purposes only (scholarships) and some are for assistance with specific project (grants).

Martinson Sustainability Solutions Research Grant

The Martinson Sustainability Solutions Research Grant Program offers funding for ASU sustainability student-proposed research and applied projects designed to support and advance sustainability. Projects can cover any aspect of sustainability and range from local to global in scope.

  • Amount: $100 – $500
  • Deadline: January 26, 2018
  • Award term: Summer 2018 or Fall 2018
  • Academic level: Undergraduate (Junior or Senior), Graduate, or Incoming student.
  • Eligibility: Must be enrolled full-time in the School of Sustainability and at the junior, senior, or graduate level. Undergraduate sustainability students must be engaged in a Capstone-type project or Honors thesis work.
  • Application: A complete application is required and in addition to the application form itself, the student must provide a proposal narrative, a copy of a budget and a budget narrative, and a mentor commitment.
  • Application and information

Neely Foundation Food and Agriculture Sustainability Research Grant

The Neely Foundation Food and Agriculture Sustainability Research Grants Program offers funding for ASU sustainability student-proposed research and applied projects designed to support and advance food and agricultural system sustainability. Project awards can cover any aspect of food and agriculture sustainability.

  • Amount: $1,000 – $4,000
  • Deadline: January 26, 2018
  • Award term: Summer 2018 or Fall 2018
  • Academic level: Undergraduate(Junior or Senior), Graduate, or Incoming student.
  • Eligibility: Must be enrolled full-time in the School of Sustainability and at the junior, senior, or graduate level. Undergraduate sustainability students must be engaged in a Capstone-type project or Honors thesis work. Several documents are required for this application.
  • Application: A complete application is required and in addition to the application form itself, the student must provide a proposal narrative, a copy of a budget and a budget narrative, and a mentor commitment.
  • Application and information