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Community-Engaged Learning Mini Grants

Community-Engaged Learning Mini-Grants

As a means to achieving DU's public good vision, Community-Engaged Teaching Mini-grants are available to support opportunities for:

  • community-engaged class projects,
  • development of community-engaged courses,
  • institutional capacity building,
  • professional development, and
  • Student Fellows: Community-Engaged Teaching (formerly Public Good Associates.

This funding mechanism is designed to support instructors to be innovative in developing and promoting their community-engaged teaching. Applications from adjunct faculty, postdoctoral and graduate student instructors will be considered, depending on fund availability. Applications for Mini-grants are reviewed on a rolling basis. The application can be found here.

Read more about funding categories and the application process here.

 

Last updated: 9/3/20