CPH Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mini-Grants Program

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

DEADLINE: Mon, March 27, 2020 at 11:59PM.

The College of Public Health is proud to announce a call for proposals for the second annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mini-Grants Program.

Applicants are asked to formulate a community research project that addresses a public health problem confronted by underrepresented or otherwise marginalized/underserved members of the Athens-Clarke County community. The program, launched in Fall 2018 by the College’s Committee for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (CoDIE), allows students to not only make a impact in the local community, but gain experience in the grant proposal writing process.  This includes identifying a problem or need, thinking through the logistics of research design, identifying and developing stakeholders in the community, and mapping out ways to implement research and outreach.

Project budgets can be up to $1,000. Proposals must be submitted by 11:59 PM on Friday, March 27, 2020. The Committee will announce proposals selected for funding in April.

Have additional questions? Please contact Anne Marie Zimiri.  Read about last year’s mini-grant winners here.


Student Diversity & Inclusion Resources

The University of Georgia, through its Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harrassment Policy, is committed to maintaining a fair and respectful environment for living, work and study.

Here’s a list of additional offices at the University of Georgia committed to serving students and supporting student diversity.

For further resources and opportunities, visit the UGA Office of Institutional Diversity website.