The Stanford Catalyst for Collaborative Solutions is seeking to fund interdisciplinary project teams in its second year of its pilot phase, each team receiving up to $3 million over three years. Proposals should address significant societal challenges requiring a truly interdisciplinary team to make significant process. Proposals can -- but are not required to -- fall under one of the Future 10 Grand Challenges (listed at the bottom of the page), and they must satisfy the project proposal guidelines. We are looking for bold approaches with the potential of achieving lasting, high-impact solutions.
To help faculty find collaborators, form functional interdisciplinary teams, and develop competitive proposals, the Catalyst program will hold a number of workshops during January and February 2018. If you are interested in receiving future mailings about Catalyst programs, please sign up here, which also will contain information about the workshops.
The details of the proposal process are included in the link below.
Mark Horowitz, Catalyst Director