Resources for Network Members
The global challenges currently facing society require novel approaches to use-inspired science with local-to-global impact. The Global Futures Research Accelerator empowers the scientists and scholars network to develop an ASU enterprise research strategy to increase competitiveness, funding success, partnerships and societal impact..
Tap into the university’s network of Global Futures Scientists and Scholars. Partner with us to create a 90-minute, topic-focused event of interest to your center or initiative. This may be related to a proposal opportunity, a legislative issue, or just a topic around which you’d like to have a better sense of the university’s landscape.Request more information
Whether you’re visiting from another campus and need a place to set up shop for a few hours, or hoping to schedule a meeting small or large, we may be able to accommodate network members in Wrigley Hall. Contact our front desk team to find a space to suit your needs.Request scheduling help
Sustainability Curriculum Incentive
Learn to incorporate sustainability into your curriculum. This is an external workshop; all registration and travel costs will be covered. Participating faculty will be expected to apply what they have learned to courses they teach and to mentor other ASU faculty to do the same.Request program details
In an article titled “Sustainability as a Founding Principle of the United States” from the book “Moral Ground”, ASU’s president, Michael Crow, discusses the individual and collective moral responsibilities for sustaining our planet.Read the article
In 2004, ASU President Michael Crow convened a meeting in Temozón, Mexico, that mobilized a small but distinguished group of intellectual leaders who were exploring a new idea – sustainability science. It was at this meeting that the seeds were planted for what is now the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory..Read the report