Submit Proposals for Spring 2015 Green Fee Projects! (Deadline November 14th)
The University of Memphis Green Fee Committee is seeking proposals from students,
faculty, staff, and academic or administrative departments. This is an additional solicitation for proposals to what will occur in February 2015. This allocation period is a result of a surplus in Green Fee dollars after allocations
have been made for the Fiscal Year 15 (Fall 14-Spring 15).
Details for submitting proposals and ideas for 2014-2015:
· We will entertain proposals only for projects that can be completed by June 30,
2015. Projects that will go into the next academic year (beginning July 1, 2015) should
be submitted with the February proposal solicitation.
· We will award up to $50,000 in Green Fee projects. The number of supported projects
will depend on the number of applications that meet our guidelines and are in line
with Green Fee Committee priorities/interests.
· Currently funded projects may request additional funds. The provision of additional
funds will be based on demonstrated need and disparity of budget from previously provided
The person(s) and/or department submitting a proposal must be capable of managing
the funds in a university account and actually carrying out what is needed to fulfill
an accepted proposal. The Green Fee Committee will review proposals and make recommendations
to the president of the university on allocation of the Green Fee funds. Hearings
for proposals will occur sometime after November 10th and occur on a rolling basis until the end of the semester. However, November 14th
is the deadline!
Complete your proposal here: Submit Your Green Fee Proposal
For additional information, contact Dan Bureau at (901) 678-2826 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You may view a list of projects funded by the Green Fee in the current fiscal year
We are all stewards of our home, Planet Earth. The University of Memphis community
has demonstrated its deep commitment to this idea by launching a variety of projects
and initiatives designed to conserve natural resources or to use them more effectively,
as well as by imparting the concept of sustainability to its students, who will in
turn carry it out into the greater community. From designing buildings that meet
LEEDS standards, to conducting biodiesel research, to working in the ever-expanding
TIGUrS community garden, tiger blue goes green!
Are you a faculty member, staff member, or student who is involved in a green activity
supporting a goal in our campus sustainability plan?
- Stewardship of the built environment
- Stewardship of the natural environment
- Building a campus culture of sustainability
- Integrating sustainability into the curriculum and research
- Engaging with the community to advance sustainability
If so, we would love to hear all about it!
Tell us now