Harvard’s campus is a living lab – burgeoning with student projects designed to reduce Harvard’s carbon footprint, build community, and bring awareness to the possibilities of innovation and collaboration.
Innovation and collaboration can be seen in the bee habitat on the roof of Gund Hall, the harvest of the Divinity School garden, the enlightening podcast, Sense and Sustainability, and the Law School bike share. And this only scratches the surface.
Graduate and college students across campus have turned their creative ideas into a reality with the help of funds from OFS. Whether your idea is a podcast, an outreach program, a carbon calculator, or something completely different, we want to hear about it: www.green.harvard.edu/grants.
Get funding for your innovative project today. Applications due Thursday, October 18, 2012.
**check out previously funded projects here.
***sign up for office hours to explore an idea or connect to staff, faculty, and other students who can help.