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$25 Million Miller Foundation Grant Supports PSU Sustainability Study

Portland State University was awarded the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation challenge grant of $25 million.  It is speculated that this is perhaps the single largest gift to sustainability in the U.S. higher education history.  This goal is to match the grant and collect a total of $50 million worth of investments.  The grant will be used to support the following:

  • faculty positions
  • research projects
  • community partnerships
  • leading edge conferences
  • student scholarships
  • graduate student fellowships
  • faculty fellowships, etc.

To support PSU’s match commitment, click here.

To get more information on the grant, visit the Miller Foundations site here.
To find out more about how Portland State University plans on promoting sustainability, click here.

Sandy Cao, VERTICES Intern
Community Mapping Intern
Center for Community Mapping

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