Troutner Fellow Awards on Equity - Mindedness in Higher Education

The Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (ODIB) requests Purdue faculty proposals for Troutner Fellow awards on equity-mindedness in higher education. These grants are provided from the Troutner Fellows Program Fund as an expression of the donors’ commitment to Diversity and Inclusion. They are intended to support faculty work to eradicate bias in interactions with students, faculty, and staff, and to advance equity-minded practices at Purdue.

Projects typically begin on May 15, though other dates may be considered for project initiation. Up to two awards of $5,000 each are available to facilitate research, teaching, or outreach/engagement projects of up to one year in duration. Teams should ensure that their proposals can be completed within one year, including no-cost extensions. The final project report is required to be submitted to ODIB at the end of the one-year project period. Full proposal requirements and instructions can be found at this link

The rubric can be found here

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