Sponsored by: UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies
Only Graduate Students are eligible for this grant, fellowship, or residency.
Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Solutions (PASS) is a graduate student small project grants program that supports research and project implementation in the field. Successful grants focus on innovative approaches to alleviating poverty.
For more information please contact: http://blumcenter.ucdavis.edu/grants/poverty-alleviation-through-sustainable-solutions-pass
The PASS small grants program provides seed funding to encourage engagement by graduate students at UC Davis in finding viable, tangible solutions for reducing poverty in the developing world.
The PASS grants program is intended to help transform solid concepts into pilot projects. We anticipate successful recipients of a PASS grant will pursue additional resources from other funding sources to continue their efforts.
PASS grants are offered campus wide. Any graduate and/or professional student may also apply. A faculty mentor/adviser is required.
Awards between $1,000 up to $4,000 will be made for successful grants.