Funding Opportunities for Faculty and Students: 2024

Proposals are currently under review. 

 

Award Amount: Up to $40,000 per project

Please direct any questions to:

[email protected]

Request for Proposals

The One Health Institute recognizes the connection between human, animal and environmental health. The impacts of climate change, land use change, emerging infectious diseases and other drivers pose tremendous challenges for human, animal, and environmental health; and impacts to communities will likely accelerate over the next century. 

The One Health framework, understanding the interconnectedness among the health of the environment, humans and animals, lends itself to solution-oriented approaches to mitigate, manage, and prepare communities to respond or adapt to health and infectious disease impacts in the coming years.

Thus, the CSU One Health Institute (OHI) is funding a pilot grant program to support interdisciplinary implementation of One Health projects by CSU faculty around the theme of “One Health in Communities”.

This RFP is offered as pilot funding for CSU faculty to form interdisciplinary teams to address health and/or zoonotic infectious disease issues in a community-based project to better position them for competitive extramural funding in the next 1-3 years.

Proposals are currently under review.

Award Amount: Up to $5,000 per fellowship

Please email questions to:

[email protected]

Request for Proposals

The One Health Institute is funding a new One Health Student Award Program for Colorado State students for projects that implement the One Health approach.

The One Health Institute recognizes the connection between human, animal and environmental health and supports the implementation of the One Health Approach to solve complex problems at the interface of humans, animals, plants and the environment. 

Our goal with the One Health Student Fellowship is to support student research that addresses an issue that spans and will improve human, animal and environmental health.  We will award four proposals funding up to $5,000 per fellowship.