Submissions open for second round of Inclusive Excellence Programming Grant
The Office of Inclusion and Diversity, or OID, encourages students, faculty and staff to create new opportunities to explore, advance and understand topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion. The Inclusive Excellence Programming Grant is specifically designed to provide support for new, innovative and impactful approaches that advance diversity, equity, inclusion and related concepts.
Examples of programs that may be supported include lectures, symposia, workshops, conferences, performances, visit/preview days and other programmatic efforts. The Inclusive Excellence Programming Fund Review Committee will consider all requests and make decisions based on available funds, and typical funding will be around $2,000.
Applications are now open for the second round of grants through Feb. 6. Click here to submit an application and learn more.
Congratulations to the recipients of the first round of grant awardees following the committee’s review of all submitted proposals. Programs being awarded include: The AU Undergraduate Leadership Fellow (Library), the Underrepresented Nursing Student Study Events hosted by the College of Nursing, the College of Pharmacy’s Strengthening Clinical Cultural Competence Program, the Junior MANRRS Leadership Institute outreach initiative, the Auburn University Bridges into Excellence Fellowship (AUBIE), the Expressions of a BraveHeart Finale and the African Architecture and the Western World program. These programs will take place later this spring.
Submitted by: Myya Robinson