A diverse faculty demonstrates a commitment to excellence, educational equity and global awareness, and CU-Boulder is committed to shaping an inclusive scholarly community befitting of a world-class university.
The IMPART (Implementation of Multicultural Perspectives and Approaches in Research and Teaching) grant program develops a campus environment which supports and encourages gender, ethnic, and cultural diversity in approaches to scholarly work and teaching.
Click here to complete the IMPART online application. Proposals are due Tuesday April 4, 2017
Proposals should submitted online on or before the deadline on Tuesday April 4, 2017 at 5 pm.
Note: No late applications or letters of support will be accepted or considered.
If you have questions, contact Sharon.firstname.lastname@example.org
The committee is interested in receiving proposals that are designed to improve the campus environment in the area of gender, ethnic, and cultural diversity that promote inclusive excellence. In particular, we would like proposal to support their deparmental inclusive excellence goals as presented in the inclusive excellence narratives and plans. We are particularly interested in providing support for faculty members (especially Assistant Professors) to initiate new research and scholarly programs as well as expanding the undergraduate curriculum in the areas of ethnic and gender diversity. Student participation in projects is strongly encouraged.
Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. (The online application must include a budget, a letter of support from your Chair or Dean, and supporting documents.) Note: If the letters of support do not arrive before the deadline, the application will be considered incomplete and it will not be considered for funding. Start the process early by asking your dean or chair to submit immediately following your proposal to avoid rejection for late proposal.
IMPART Fellowships (up to $4,000) are available for CU Boulder faculty to:
Submitting an Application
Award Expectations and Limitations
If Your Proposal is Funded