NEW FOR 2016-2017: Food for All Course Development and Course Enhancement Grants
The deadline for applications is May 24, 2016, 5pm.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s university-wide academic theme for 2015-2017 is “Food for All: Local and Global Perspectives.” With this theme, the University is challenging all areas of UNC to examine wide-ranging topics including food cultures and nutrition, food security, world hunger and more. The two years of “Food for All” includes projects, services and events on campus and in the Chapel Hill community.
To support this University initiative, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is offering course enhancement and course development funds, which will support faculty who are interested in incorporating a Jewish food component into courses to be taught in the academic year of 2016-2017. Courses should be open to enrollment by undergraduate students (though graduate students may also be included) and may be in any department. Course development and course enhancement awards may be used for travel and research; for purchasing or development of print, electronic or audiovisual course materials; and for hiring a graduate assistant. These funds can be used for one-time expenditures, including field trips, symposia featuring student research, guest speakers and extracurricular activities that support a component with significant Jewish food content. The Center also supports all courses in which students will create posters on Jewish food, which will be exhibited at the symposium “Jewish Food in the Global South” to be held at UNC in Spring 2017.
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The deadline for applications is 5 pm on May 24, 2016.
Application form: CourseEnhancementGrant.Jewishfood.20162017
Thanks to generous private support, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is able to offer a series of grants for faculty development. Faculty may apply to more than one grant simultaneously.
There are two categories of grants: course development / course enhancement awards and research and travel grants.
Award amounts: $1,000-5,000
Fall Semester, October 24, 2016
Spring Semester: February 27, 2017
Check back early in the fall semester for updated information and application forms
Course development / course enhancement funds (award amounts: $1,000-5,000)
With these grants, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies supports faculty who are interested in developing new Jewish Studies courses in the College of Arts and Sciences. Courses should be open to enrollment by undergraduate students (though graduate students may also be included) and may be in any department. We are particularly interested in courses that will be regularly taught. Course development awards may be used for travel and research; for purchasing or development of print, electronic or audiovisual course materials; and for summer salary stipends. We will also accept proposals that seek to expand or enhance the level of Jewish Studies content in an established course. These funds can be used for one-time expenditures, including field trips, symposia featuring student research, guest speakers, and extracurricular activities that support a course with significant Jewish Studies content. Ideally, faculty applying for these grants should plan on using the grant well before the end of the current fiscal year.
Application Form: will be posted in late summer
Research and travel grants (maximum award amount: $1,500)
With these grants, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies supports faculty research and travel, including travel to present papers at scholarly meetings. This grant can be used to reimburse travel costs pertaining to research projects and/or costs for materials required for research or publishing, as well as to reimburse costs for travel, room, board, and registration costs at domestic or international conferences.
Application Form: will be posted in late summer
Eligibility: Applicants must be Carolina faculty with full-time appointments in the College of Arts and Sciences. All faculty who receive grants from the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies will be expected to complete a brief follow-up report within six weeks of completion of the grant.
Application Procedures: Only completed applications will be considered. Please review the specific materials required to apply for both of the Jewish Studies Faculty Grants. All grant applications require a Carolina Center for Jewish Studies cover sheet or application form. Download and complete the appropriate form for the grant or grants for which you wish to apply, and email your completed application materials in a single PDF file to email@example.com
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 962-1509.