Staff Project Grant
Do you have an exciting and innovative idea to promote sustainability at the University? Big or small, if you think your idea could make a difference, our Department is offering grants of up to £500 to help make it a reality.
The Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability awards grants to support projects from the staff community focusing on sustainability and social responsibility.
The fund is designed to encourage the development or maintenance of projects or initiatives that improve campus sustainability and the University’s environmental performance, reduce emissions and promote positive behaviour change.
About the grant
The Social Responsibility and Sustainability Staff Project Grant can provide funding of up to £500 for members of University staff looking to develop and implement projects and initiatives around the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
We are looking to the staff community for exciting and innovative ideas for projects that will promote sustainability awareness within the University.
Have you got a great idea for a project that could engage staff in your area with sustainability issues? Are you keen to host and promote a sustainability-themed event, or organise a workshop to look at social responsibility and sustainability issues in your area? Perhaps you want to:
- attend a conference
- arrange for training
- set up a food sharing network
- organise a series of film nights
- initiate a competition with another department, team or unit around energy or resource efficiency
- become involved in a community garden or local food growing initiative
- carry out a campus wildlife/biodiversity survey