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UD Green Grants program announces application deadlines

The University of Delaware Green Grants program funds faculty, student and staff projects that promote sustainability on campus.

Following a partnership with the Environmental Case Competition, the Green Grants program is opening the spring and summer application window.

The winners from the Environmental Case Competition automatically apply for Green Grants, but other members of the UD community are also encouraged to apply.

One-to-two-page project briefs will be accepted through June 9, and full applications are due by June 30.

The Green Grant Committee will review and seek clarifications over the summer. Students who will be off campus over the summer are still encouraged to apply; they can continue the grant process in the fall.

Details and grant applications are available on the website.

Green Grants have supported students, faculty and staff sustainability projects since 2010. Projects are eligible for up to $10,000 in grant funding.

The Green Grants program is part of the Sustainability Taskforce.

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