Applications are now available for mentoring projects in 2015-2016. Applications are due March 2, 2015.
Principal full-time faculty members (in the categories of tenure, extended employment, and renewable term appointments) are eligible.
Particular attention will be given to proposals addressing a mentoring need that cannot be fully satisfied on campus. The selection committee is particularly interested in grant proposals that meet the following criteria:
- Impact: How does the project address an unmet mentoring need? Is the project likely to be effective in developing long-term mentoring support?
- Feasibility: How does the project’s scope and budget reflect realistic, practical, and fiscally responsible mentoring outcomes?
- Inclusion: How does the project bring faculty together in a way that respects, promotes, and encourages diversity?
- Replication: How can the project serve as a model to be replicated at The New School?
Please note: Grants cannot be used to fund pre-existing programs or regular departmental or divisional activities.
Application Forms and Guidelines
The application form for Mentoring Mini-Grants is available here. Applicants must submit a discussion of current mentoring support (250 words maximum), a project summary (200 words maximum), a discussion of how the project addresses mentoring needs (500 words maximum), and a budget.
The application form for Mentoring Team Grants is available here. Applicants must submit an overview of the mentoring needs shared by team members (250 words maximum), a project summary (200 words maximum), a discussion of how the project enhances mentoring support for the faculty involved (500 words maximum), and a budget.
View grant examples here.
Application deadline: March 2, 2015
Awards announced: April 13, 2015
Earliest start date for funded projects: July 1, 2015
Completion date for funded projects: June 30, 2016
Contact Carolyn Comiskey at email@example.com or 212.229.8947 x2758 with any questions.