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Create a CCURB Project


All staff, faculty and students of Brown University are eligible for funding from this grant. Teams are not required, but are encouraged.  Projects submitted by individuals may be paired with others if there are multiple submissions with the same or similar idea.  Community partner team members are optional if the project idea is internal to Brown. Community partner team members are required if the project idea is community-based. Brown team members listed on letters of interest must have consented to participation.  Proposed community members are not to be contacted until the letter of interest has been approved.

Consult with Others

Through the academic year, CCURB Think Tank meets every Sunday night at 9 pm in Wilson 302, as a subcommittee of student group emPower. The group aims to generate ideas and proposals for CCURB qualifying projects. To learn more about the ongoing discussions, visit the emPower website. Primary Contact:

Letters of Interest

Individuals and teams are invited to submit a Letter of Interest to provide a brief overview of the proposed project and how it fits into the program objectives listed above.  Letters of Interest may be submitted on a rolling basis to For the fall grant cycle, Letters of Interest must be received by November 2, 2009 at 11:59 pm.

Letters of Intent should include anticipated budget and staffing plan.

Project Development WorkshopS

The next CCURB workshop will be on October 20, 2009, at 4 pm in the UEL classroom. This is an ideal forum for general questions about the initiative, guidance on calculations, carbon dioxide reduction potential, interacting with the community, teamwork, and the potential for merging or collaborating on similar projects.


Proposals for CCURB funding are due by November 30, 2009 at 11:59 pm. Please download and complete the Grant Application. Primary Contact: Kurt Teichert.