Poverty Solutions, a U-M initiative that leverages the immense intellectual assets and academic scope of the university to make a major impact on the lives of millions of Americans, has announced that up to $220,000 is available through two funding mechanisms: community-academic partnership and faculty project development (see detailed description and links to the requests for proposals below).

Successful action-based research projects will cut across disciplines, have the potential for innovative approaches in the field, and hold promise for advancing solutions to poverty challenges in Michigan.

The deadline to apply to both RFPs is November 13th. Complete details here.