Grants for Faculty

Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (CSREG) grants are directed at projects that support research and teaching on issues of race, ethnicity and gender and their intersections with other aspects of difference (such as class, sexuality, nationality, ability and religion). The following funds are available.

Reimbursable Funds

Reimbursable funds to support travel expenses, reading groups, attendance at conferences, and other research and teaching projects are available from CSREG throughout the year. The maximum award is  $400. Examples of such reimbursable expenses include:

  • Materials for reading groups
  • Travel expenses
  • Conference fees
  • Expenses related to primary research (oral histories, interviews, photocopying, videotaping, etc.)

Applications should be submitted to the director at least three weeks in advance of the proposed activity. The application should include a description of the proposed activity, its relevance to the mission of the center, and other sources of funding received and/or applied for.

Funds for Co-sponsorships

The center has funds to co-sponsor speakers and events related to its mission. Requests should include a description of the event, its relevance to the mission of the center, and other sources of funding received and/or applied for.

Summer Research and Curriculum Development Grants

In support of its mission to support faculty development, scholarship and interdisciplinary exchange and collaboration, CSREG offers summer grants of $4,000 maximum. Application guidelines for summer grants are below and the application deadline is Tuesday, March 1, 2023.

Contact Details

Susan Reed

Associate Professor of Women's & Gender Studies and Anthropology; Director, Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Gender

Contact Details

Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Gender

Location

111 Coleman Hall

Contact

Martha J. Shaunessy, Academic Assistant: 570-577-1360