RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is pleased to announce a second round of seed grant funding in Climate Change and Human Health.
The grant aims to stimulate the growth of new connections between scholars working in largely disconnected fields who could together change the course of climate change’s impact on human health. Over the next two years, BWF will dedicate $1M to supporting small, early-stage grants of $2,500 – $50,000 toward achieving this goal.
“We were thrilled to receive a wide spectrum of applications spanning a range of approaches to tackle the intersection of climate change and human health,” said BWF President and CEO, Dr. Louis J. Muglia. “Our focus is on solutions – from local to global, from strategies that have immediate impact to those the foster the imagination of future investigators. We encourage actionable ideas that push current boundaries.”
Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis through August 30, 2023.
The recipients of the second round of Climate Change and Human Health Seed Grants are:
Imagine Durham: A Whole-Family Humanities Approach to Climate, Health, and Possible Futures
Max Cawley, Museum of Life and Science, Durham
Angela Lee, Hayti Heritage Center, Durham
Mapping the Impact of Climate Resilient Education on the Social-Emotional Wellness of Youth
Project partners: Exploratorium and the International Transformational Resilience Coalition
Location: San Francisco and Oakland
Lil Milagro Henriquez, Mycelium Youth Network
Sharing Your Science: An Online Science Communication Pilot Project to Train Climate and Human Health Experts
Jonathan Frederick, UNC Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
A Spork in the Road: Educational Theater for Climate Empowerment
The Egg Center for the Performing Arts (Albany, NY)
David Gonzalez, RainArt Productions
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