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.

[see full description and application requirements here]