Would applied student-led research or an interdisciplinary collaboration help you develop or implement a plan, policy or practice that advances your organizations, or UBC’s sustainability or wellbeing commitments?

Want to collaborate with other practitioners to advance UBC’s sustainability and wellbeing commitments? Leverage the creativity, energy, and expertise of UBC students and faculty and institutional knowledge and resources of SEEDS. 

The SEEDS Sustainability Program uses the Campus as a Living Laboratory in student-led applied research projects and interdisciplinary collaborations to advance sustainability and wellbeing commitments and broader societal issues. 

Interdisciplinary Research Initiative or Action Team Pathway Option

Interested in expanding your network to collaborate with other UBC practitioners, faculty and students to provide expertise and guidance on advancing UBC’s sustainability commitments?

Student-led Applied Research Projects Pathway Option

Interested in getting applied campus based sustainability research projects to advance your department’s goals and UBC’s ambitious sustainability and wellbeing commitments?

READY TO CONNECT AND EXPLORE A SEEDS COLLABORATION?

Would applied student-led research or an interdisciplinary collaboration help you address a pressing sustainability challenge? Are you looking for help with the development or implementation of a plan, policy or practice that advances your organizations, or UBC’s sustainability or wellbeing commitments?

We’d be happy to speak to you, or present to your department or faculty on the opportunities in collaborating with the SEEDS Sustainability Program, including  applied research, interdisciplinary collaborations, and/or partnership development.

Do you have an idea already for an applied research project to advance UBC’s sustainability and wellbeing commitments, and want to work with SEEDS and our faculty and student academic partners to make it happen? Please fill out our SEEDS Research Project Charter and submit to us for consideration. We will follow up and set up a meeting to discuss opportunities. 

EMAIL SEEDS 

If you or your department are either developing or implementing a campus sustainability plan, policy, or guideline and would like to meet with SEEDS to explore a collaboration, please contact Liska Richer, Manager, at Liska.richer@ubc.ca. We can have a meeting, phone chat, or come in and give a presentation on how we work with campus partners.