Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for use in the academic year 2022-23.
CSREA invites tenured and other long-term faculty whose scholarship focuses on race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the United States and work that connects the U.S. to related transnational contexts, to apply for a Course Innovation Grant for use in AY 2022-23.
The Course Innovation Grant is designed to support Brown faculty who are eager to develop, revamp or refocus existing courses to more centrally include or update topics of race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity. These discretionary funds are meant for limited experiments or one-time investments that improve individual courses and foreground development and innovation broadly defined, as well as providing the opportunity for intercollegiate collaborative teaching across and between accredited institutions.
Funds may be used to support a wide range of experiential learning formats and contexts, hire student researchers, purchase books and other learning supplies, as well as access to modest travel funds. Awardees will be asked to provide a brief summary of their activities at the end of the grant period.
For all members of the Brown University faculty interested in working on issues of race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the U.S. or in U.S. related transnational contexts.
- Faculty provided with up to $1,000 in books and other learning supplies and up to $3,000 in graduate student research assistance support. Modest funds to support course-related travel are also available where applicable and in accordance with university guidelines.
Awarded grants may be approved/awarded to grantees for a smaller budget or an otherwise modified version of the proposed expenses. We cannot guarantee awarded funds to be available beyond the fiscal year for which they were awarded.
Applicants must complete this application form to be fully considered. Applications will be reviewed by the CSREA Faculty Advisory Board (FAB). Other relevant faculty within or external to Brown may be consulted at the discretion of the FAB.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Submissions for AY 2022-23 courses are encouraged by Monday, February 28, 2022.
Questions? Please contact CSREA Program Coordinator, Maggie Murphy.