UM Green Fund Committee Faculty Representative Interest Form
The University of Mississippi Green Fund (UMGF) exists to increase, promote, publicize, and fund sustainability at the University of Mississippi, with the express intent to improve the quality of life for all members of the campus community.
The UMGF Committee is administered by two faculty representatives, two staff representatives, two student organization representatives and three student voters at large.
There are currently two open faculty positions on the UMGF Committee.
The duties of the UMGF committee shall be to:
-Accept and review project applications for funding.
-Monitor the progress of funded projects and provide guidance and assistance to project teams as necessary.
-Create an annual report to be made publicly available.
Note: UMGF Committee Members MAY submit proposal applications to the Green Fund while serving as members of the committee but cannot vote on their own proposal.
Any interested faculty should complete the form below, or contact Kendall McDonald at
with any questions. Applications are due October 24th at 5pm.
More information about the UM Green Fund can be found here:
What is your name?
What is your academic department?
What are your areas of research, if applicable?
Faculty representatives do not need to be actively engaged in research to serve on the UMGF committee. However, it is helpful to know what area of expertise you may provide to proposal discussion and selection.
Please provide your contact below. Include your email and a phone number.
Why are you interested in serving on the UM Green Fund Committee?
In your opinion, what can the UM Green Fund Committee do to best ensure progress in sustainability goals on campus?
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