The COE Diversity Committee Travel Fund and ECI grant are currently OPEN until October 18th, 2019, please click the link below for the application forms. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Diversity Committee and the Multicultural Resource Center are happy to announce the availability of grants to help COE students, faculty, and staff disseminate multicultural research and implement different multicultural initiatives in the COE, Lehigh University, and the greater community. The grant applications will be opening again at the beginning of the fall 2020 semester.
COE Diversity Committee Travel Fund
COE students are encouraged to apply for funding to support travel needs that advance the mission of the COE Diversity Committee to embrace diversity and enhance multicultural perspectives. The primary focus of the presentation must not only be related to diverse populations but is also expected to address diversity-related and/or social justice issues within your field of study.
COE Equity and Community Initiative Grant
This program provides funding for initiatives that enhance equity and community within Lehigh University’s College of Education (COE). COE students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to apply for grants to support work that advances the mission of the Diversity Committee to embrace diversity and enhance multicultural perspectives within the College of Education.
Specifically, activities should:
- 1) Support the growth and ongoing activities of the COE Multicultural Resource Center
- 2) Strengthen the COE’s focus on equity and community through continued engagement in multicultural and diversity topics
- 3) Promote curriculum development that better reflects the issues of multiculturalism and diversity across the COE’s six academic programs
These initiatives include but are not limited to projects, programs, college events, and learning and training opportunities related to diversity and equity. Typical grants will range from $500 to $1000, depending on the proposal and the scope of the initiative. The grant is intended to offset the costs of the proposed initiative. As such, a portion up to the full amount of the estimated expenses may be awarded.