04/02/2021

Learn more about grant-writing and improve your skills and application! 

During this event, participants had the opportunity to build their grant-writing skills and learn more about the diverse pool of on-campus grants available for projects and initiatives at the UW –– including the Campus Sustainability Fund and Resilience Lab Seed Grants. To not miss out on the important tips and guidelines in grant-writing, watch the recorded event ...

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04/02/2021

CSF outreach coordinator, Fotima Ibrokhim and project development specialist, Yahia Ali hosted their own workshop at the Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC). Watch the free recording here

In this session, University of Washington Campus Sustainability Fund's student staff provided a brief overview of the grant's 10...

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04/02/2021

The UW Resilience Lab and the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) are pleased to announce the fourth annual Resilience and Compassion Seed Grant cycle. These small grants support efforts to promote resilience, compassion and sustainability and foster connection and community at the UW. Seed grants support impactful activities, programming, projects and/or applied research that align with the following goals of the Resilience Lab and the CSF: 

  • To cultivate kindness, compassion and...
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03/04/2021

 

 

 

 

 

The CSF Funding Cycle 3 deadline is extended. The Letter of Intent is due April 1st and the Full Proposal is Due May 1st. Apply here

 


01/28/2021

The Campus Sustainability Fund is back with virtual office hours. Through these difficult times, we aim to continue to build our community and provide support for each other. The CSF offers flexible one-on-one meetings via zoom, and open ‘drop-in’ times throughout the week. We are here to act as a resource in order to help you with your goals, ideas, and plans.

Zoom link for Tuesday 10-11 PST:
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01/28/2021

Are you looking to make a difference on campus by applying your passions and what you’ve learned at the University of Washington toward a hands-on project? Join us at our upcoming Winter Grant Writing Workshop on Thursday, February 25th from 3-4pm. During this event, participants will have the opportunity to build their grant-writing skills and learn more about the diverse pool of on-campus grants available for projects and initiatives at the UW –– including the Campus Sustainability Fund and Resilience Lab Seed Grants. Through this seed grant program, the Campus Sustainability Fund and UW...

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01/15/2021

On this episode of the CSF Spotlight, we were joined by Stella and Ryan from the University of Arizona’s Green Fund program. Tune in to listen to our conversation about university green funds and the different roles they play. We exchanged some great feedback and ideas. We hope you can learn as much as we did from this very fruitful conversation!

 

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10/23/2020

On this episode of CSF Spotlight, Yahia Ali and Fotima Ibrokhim interview Ronnie Fang, a former UW Environmental Studies student and current Seattle Outreach Specialist at Waste Management. Ronnie is a part of the Interactive Biogas Foodcart project team which received $21,176 from the CSF in 2016-2017. This project incorporates a vast variety of disciplines such as Mechanical Engineering, Communications, Environmental Engineering, and Biology to create a cool way to reduce waste on campus. Listen to this episode to learn more about biogas, the present and future of renewable energies,...

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09/11/2020

On this episode of CSF Spotlight, Fotima and Yahia talk to Aaron Flaster, the project lead for the Anaerobic Digester project and current Research Study Coordinator at UW. This project was funded twice in 2018 for a total of $45,000 and received a $5,000 class gift from the College of the Environment. On the podcast, Aaron talks about how working on a horse ranch inspired them to pursue this project, the struggles they had during the process, and how today they are focused on the sustainability of this project. ...

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06/22/2020

Recent events revealing undeniable racial disparities in police violence and COVID-19 fatality and the movements rising up to combat such injustices highlight the importance of considering the intersections of group identities in thinking about what social and environmental sustainability means. Conversations on racial disparities in health, the environment, and the justice system are critical and long overdue, and we must ensure that these conversations continue within the University of Washington community long after initial news cycles subside. The Campus Sustainability Fund and...

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06/16/2020

Join us on June 18th, this Thursday from 12-1pm, in discussion on sustainability at the UW and the vision and plan to build intersectional and equitable climate justice.

The Campus Sustainability Fund is a student-run and student-funded grant program that works to support and facilitate intersectional sustainability projects on the UW campus.Our history is one that incorporates student leadership and movement. The original idea for a student led, student funded Green Fund came from a group of students in the fall of 2009. A grassroots campaign was waged across the campus collecting...

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05/01/2020

The Campus Sustainability Fund now has open virtual office hours. Through these difficult times, we aim to continue to build our community and provide support for each other. The CSF offers flexible one-on-one meetings via zoom, and open ‘drop-in’ times throughout the week.  We are here to act as a resource in order to help you with your goals, ideas, and plans.

Zoom link for Monday 2:30-3:30 pm 
Zoom link for Thursday 11-12pm 

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04/20/2020

The UW's 2020 Earth Day celebration has a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. A student coalition including students affiliated with the Ethnic Cultural Center, Sustainability Credit Coalition, Campus Sustainability Fund, School of Social Work, and Program on the Environment created a grassroots digital campaign to to connect and learn from each other.

To participate, submit digital artifacts in response to the prompt “How do you engage with the Earth?” to sustainability@uw.edu or tag UW Sustainability on social media. You can submit...

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04/15/2020

Announcing The 3...

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02/26/2020

Precious Plastics (PP) is building a small-scale DIY plastics recycling workshop in the Maple Hall Area 01 Maker Space. The workspace will consist of four machines that shred, melt, compress, and mold used plastic, so it can be transformed into 3D printing filament for creating usable products. We are on the look for experienced students with some engineering background to help continue to run this project! Watch a short video on PP here.
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02/26/2020

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02/12/2020

The Funding Cycle 3 (FC3) is now open for submissions!
The Letter on Intent (LOI) window is now open until March 1st. Full proposal is due on April 15th.

Apply here. 


12/27/2019

The Sustainability Curriculum Coalition (SCC) and the CSF, with support from UW Sustainability, invite you to join the Student Sustainability Forum on January 27th in the Intellectual House from 6-8pm.

This is an opportunity for students to provide input for the comprehensive Sustainability Plan that will be published Earth Day 2020....

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05/28/2019

Interview by CSF Ambassadors: Nicole Po and Claire Hodges. 

Tuesday, May 28th , 2019

Authors: Nicole Po: 3rd year Biochemistry and Claire Hodges: 1st year Nursing I 2018-2019 CSF Ambassador.

 

Tell me a little about yourself: Name, Year, Major, Dream Job, and favorite Night Market food!

Name: Justin Ho

Year: Senior

Major: Accounting

Dream Job: Consulting

Favorite Night Market food: Taiwanese sausages

What inspired you to...

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04/17/2019

In 2018-2019, the CSF has received 30 project applications and over $600,000 in funding requests. In our first 2 funding cycles, we awarded $139,996 to 4 large projects and $4,405 to 5 mini-grants. At the moment, the CSF committee is in the process of reviewing 10 applications from Funding Cycle 3 and we will soon finalize the total of funds granted for the 2018-2019 school year!

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