There are a variety of avenues to pursue funding around your diversity, inclusion, and global engagement initiatives. The opportunities below include options for departmental endeavors, course development, scholarly research, grant supported faculty-undergraduate research, and communities of practice. If you know of a funding opportunity for faculty and staff that you would like to have added here, please contact Program Coordinator for the Center for Equity and Inclusive Excellence Annabel Bunton.
Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning Diversity Infusion Grants
The Diversity and Inclusion Grant’s purpose is to develop and implement strategies to infuse the curriculum and pedagogies of the University with the best practices related to human diversity, broadly defined. These grants typically include teams of 2 to 5 people, which are comprised of faculty from the same department or program, though might also include professional staff and/or students. Each team develops their project in two phases — Phase I: Research (April-August) and Phase II: Infusion (August-May), when teams pilot and assess their action plans. For more information about these grants, visit here.
The Center for Research on Global Engagement Grants
There are several funding opportunities provided by this Center. These opportunities include research funds for full-time faculty or faculty and staff teams, grants to support faculty-undergraduate research, and community of practice project development. For more information about these grants, visit here.