Our office is pleased to announce our annual round of funding for the Fall 2019 semester. We are offering five types of grants to support faculty in providing new service learning opportunities to students and in disseminating service learning knowledge, research or findings. Tenured, tenure-track, and lecturer faculty are eligible to apply.
- Using the links below, download and then complete the application form for the grant(s) for which you would like to apply. (You may apply for a Dissemination/Travel Grant in addition to any of the other grants.)
- Using the submit button at the end of each application, submit each application to . (You will need to attach your saved application to your email submission)
- To complete your application submission, please download the Signature and Departmental Consent page for your application (linked at the end of each application).
- Once you and your department chair have signed the Signature and Departmental Consent page, please send to .
Grants Applications are due Monday, April 1st
- Community Engagement Student Scholar Grant - $500
- The Student Scholar Grant supports faculty members by providing a student scholar to assist in research and/or managing the service learning database during the 2019-2020 academic year.
- Community Engagement Faculty Dissemination/Travel Grant- Up to $1,000
- The Faculty Dissemination/Travel Grant supports one faculty member and (if relevant) a student scholar in disseminating research and/or service at a conference or other public event during the 2019-2020 academic year.
- Community Engagement Faculty Community Based Research Grant - Up to $2000
- The purpose of this grant is to support a faculty member conducting community engaged disseminating research during the 2019 – 2020 academic year.
- Community Engagement Disciplinary Grant - Up to $3,000
- The Disciplinary Grant supports one faculty member in designing and implementing a Community Engagement Course Project in the 2019-2020 academic year.
- Community Engagement Interdisciplinary Grant - Up to $6,000
- The Interdisciplinary Grant supports up to three faculty members in implementing a collaborative Community Engagement Course Project in the 2019-2020 academic year.
Contact Jeanine Minge, Ph.D., Director of Community Engagement ( ) or
Svetlana Tyutina, PH.D., Director of Student Engagement and Service Learning ( )