Applications for Mentoring Grants for 2013-2014 are now available. The due date is March 4, 2013.
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 that address a mentoring need that cannot be fully satisfied on campus. The selection committee is particularly interested in grant proposals that meet following criteria:
- Impact: How does the project address an unmet mentoring need?
- 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/divisional activities.
Application Forms and Guidelines
The application form for Mutual Mentoring mini grants are available here. Applicants must submit a project summary (50 words maximum), a descriptive narrative of the project (750 word maximum), and a budget. The descriptive narrative should address the following questions: How will this project help you achieve your current career goals? How does your project build on the Mutual Mentoring model? What benefits do you expect to gain from this grant?
The application form for Mutual Mentoring team grants are available here. Applicants must submit a project summary (75 words maximum), a descriptive narrative of the project (1,000 word maximum), and a budget. The descriptive narrative should address the following questions: What are the goals of this project in terms of providing mentoring support to the faculty involved? How does your project build on the Mutual Mentoring model?
Find grant examples here.
Application deadline: March 4, 2013
Awards announced: May 1, 2013
Earliest start date for funded projects: July 1, 2013
Completion date for funded projects: June 30, 2014
Contact Carolyn Comiskey at email@example.com or 212.229.8947 x2758 with any questions.