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Sustainability Mini Grants
Sustainability Mini Grants are intended to provide small grants (up to $2000) to encourage the development or maintenance of projects or programs that improve the sustainability of the University of Maryland campus and/or enhance opportunities for students to learn about sustainability issues. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to apply. The SGA Sustainability Committee will review applications as they are received and applicants will receive a funding decision within 30 days of submitting a complete application. A total of $10,000 is available each semester. Projects requesting more than $2000 must apply through the University Sustainability Fund at www.sustainabilityfund.umd.edu. Please submit the following form to apply for a Sustainability Mini Grant. If you have any questions, contact Amelia Avis, Director of Sustainability for the Student Government Association, at sgasustainability@umd.edu
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What is your affiliation with the university? *
If a student, who is your faculty or staff adviser for this project?
Please include your advisor's email address and phone number.
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What is the name of your project? *
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How much money are you requesting? *
$2,000 maximum
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Please provide a summary of your project *
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How will your project benefit students? *
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How will your project benefit the sustainability of the University of Maryland campus? *
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Please provide an itemized budget for your project *
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Please provide a timeline for project implementation *
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How will you track the success of your project? What metrics of success will you use? *
If funded, a report on the success of the project must be delivered to the Student Government Association within 3 months of funding.
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Is there anything else that you would like us to know regarding this project?
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