The Fellowship provides funding for:
- Engaged scholarship, artistic, and research projects around the world.
- Presenting at global conferences, arts events and symposiums.
- Participating in programs of study offered by appropriate nonprofit organizations.
- Engaging in academically grounded community engagement partnerships.
Fellowships should be significantly or fully student-directed and may be in partnership with:
- Faculty mentor(s)
- Community-based organization(s)
- Community member(s)
Fellowship projects may be individual or collaborative projects, and grants can be to individual or student group applications. Fellowship awards will be granted at four levels:
- $750 - typically for short-term projects or conference participation.
- $1500 - typically for time-intensive projects, perhaps during Winter Session.
- $3000 - typically for multi-week or month-long projects, perhaps during the summer.
- $5000 – typically for substantial projects involving distant travel or collaborative student projects
- Students must be Brown undergraduates in good academic standing.
- Experiences must take place at least 200 miles from Providence and from student's “home”. Travel must be to a place that the applicant has never been before.
- Fellowship travel must occur prior to the completion of a student’s final on-campus semester.
- A final project report is required for all funded projects which should include a brief written narrative with media (photos, video, audio, etc.) that comments on the details of the project, findings and impact on student learning.
- Students agree to participate in one-to-three post-project meetings for each cohort of award winners for reflection and development of learning related to project activities.
- Fellows must agree to have winning proposals and final reports shared publicly.
Applications are reviewed and awarded biannually in fall and spring with a deadline of October 15 and March 15. The application process includes:
- A brief description of the proposed project activity.
- A proposed budget, including accounting for other sources of funding being used for the project.
- A brief description of the anticipated project outcomes.
To apply, visit UFunds and search "Guiliano Fellowship." Applications will become live on August 31, 2019.