The Committee on Race and Diversity offers grants to help offset the costs of events and programs that promote diversity and inclusion at MIT. CRD grant proposals are organized along five core themes that are intended to provide a diversity of event options, offer learning opportunities for all those involved, and ensure that the grantees and CRD learn from the experience. These five core themes include career development, collaborative immersion, community-based initiatives, expanding outlooks, and leading outward. Each funding proposal is due Tuesday, March 4 and must indicate the core theme to which the activity pertains. A group or office can submit only one proposal per core theme per academic year. For more information and the application form, visit the CRD Grants Program site. For any additional questions, feel free to contact the CRD co-chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by OregonDOT.
Committee on Race and Diversity’s Grant Program (Deadline Mar. 4)
March 3, 2014