USD Receives $5 Million NSF Grant
The University of San Diego has announced a 5-year $4.93 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant supports phase two of a project designed by Climate Education Partners and led by USD professor Michel Boudrias, PhD.
“We are very proud that USD is the lead institution for such an important and critical project,” Boudrias said. “This Climate Change Education Program is putting USD on the map as a leader in cooperative research and as a University that can live up to its Changemaker designation.”
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