The Sustainability Research Hub (the Hub) exists to make UW – Madison a preeminent destination for environmental sustainability research and education by supporting innovative, large-scale, cross-cutting sustainability research on campus and beyond.
For those seeking administrative support to pursue these large, interdisciplinary grants, we offer a variety of services including collaboration ‘matchmaking’; grant writing and proposal development; project coordination; proofreading and editing; data visualization and graphic design; and budget preparation. All indirect costs received from grants are retained by the principal investigator’s academic unit.
As the Hub increases the number and size of sustainability research awards, it will also create new opportunities for undergraduate and graduate research in sustainability. The Hub is especially interested in supporting projects that feature new research, foster new collaboration, and support emerging researchers.
The Hub can serve as a source of connection and coordination for projects with external partners. Our staff will work closely with the University Relations and their Office of Business Engagement to help connect UW-Madison PIs with appropriate corporate, governmental, NGO, or other external partners for their proposals.
Not ready to submit a grant? Reach out and we can help you build your network and connect with others who are interested in creating a sustainable future, or join our Sustainability Experts List.
The Hub is a service project of the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Office of Sustainability.