CAP Grants

Fall 2014 Diversity & Social Justice Course Development Grants

The second request for proposals for the Common Academic Program (CAP) Diversity and Social Justice course development grants is schedule for Fall 2014. Successful grant applicants will be awarded $2500 per person for the development or significant revision of a course with this focus, and implementation of the course.  Proposals from all disciplines are encouraged. 

Proposals are due to Sawyer Hunley, Assistant Provost for CAP at shunley1@udayton.edu by Wednesday, November 5th. Development grants for proposed courses will be awarded on the basis of their alignment with the Diversity and Social Justice requirements and responses to the criteria and questions in the proposal form. 

The application form is available HERE>>

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Spring 2014 Diversity & Social Justice Grant Recipients

Congratulations to the Spring 2014 Diversity & Social Justice grant recipients:

Ann Biswas – English - Health Literacy

Annette Taylor & Joseph Valenzano III – Communication - Faith and Free Expression

Darden Bradshaw - Art Education - Art Ed for Social Justice

Stephanie Litka - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - Language and Culture

Jeanne Holcomb - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - Food Justice

Tereza Szeghi – English - Latino/a Literature

Cassandra Dickson & Teresa Thompson – Communication - Dialogue, Power and Diversity

Kurt Mosser – Philosophy - Radical Philosophy, Self Interest and Excluded Voices

Simanti Dasgupta - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - Medicine, Power and Right to Heal

Jana Bennett & Irene Dickey - Religious Studies / Marketing & Management - Christian Ethics and Meaningful Marketing

Rebecca Whisnant – Philosophy - Philosophy and Women

Patricia Reid – History - African American Women's History Survey

Corinne Daprano - Health & Sports Sciences - Sport in the International Community

Viorel Paslaru – Philosophy - Medical Ethics

Caroline Merithew & Haimanti Roy – History - World Migration/Global Immigrants

Jamie Longazel - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - Diversity & Social Justice in Society & Criminal Justice Studies

Ruth Thompson-Miller - Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work - Sociology of Poverty & Inequality

Janet Bednarek – History - History of American City Planning

Rachel Collopy - Teacher Education - Middle Childhood & Adolescent Development in a Diverse Society

Donna Cox – Music - Ebony Heritage Singers

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