Each semester, the Humanities for the Public Good Initiative will make six $500 awards for programs which serve one or both of the following purposes:

  • Produce educational resources or events which raise the capacity of humanists at UNC-Chapel Hill to do publicly engaged work
  • Enhance the capacity of faculty or staff to implement small public engagement initiatives into undergraduate classrooms
  • Defray costs associated with holding workshops, performances, lectures, programs, or other educational or artistic activities which include humanistic faculty or graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill as collaborators, and offer new skills, stronger relationships, meaningful participation, or opportunities for feedback to communities and publics beyond the campus; or connection between on-campus and off-campus communities.

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(Beyond the) Campus Programs Fund Application

  • Please give the full name(s) of the applicant(s). Additional lines may be added by clicking the "+" button at right.
    First NameLast NamePosition at UNC 
  • In a single .pdf document of 2-3 pages, please give a narrative overview of the project with a timeline; overall budget; explanation of expected impact, including an explanation of which on- and off-campus publics will be impacted by the project, and a brief of the project's benchmarks for success and how those will be evaluated; and short abstracts of the professional biographies of the key driver(s) of the project.
    Accepted file types: pdf, Max. file size: 10 MB.
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