Diversity Grants, Awards and Program Applications
1) Diversity Programming Application
PLEASE NOTE for FY 2020-21 the Diversity Programing Committee has set a limit of $500.00 for funds requested from CODRE
The purpose of the Diversity Programming Committee is to identify and/or support programming for staff, faculty, and students who promote diversity initiatives and social justice as multi-faceted endeavors that enhances and strengthens the campus climate as it relates to issues of diversity through educational experiences, on and off-campus.
All members of the University community are eligible to apply for funds. Preference will be given to those requests that enhance the understanding and appreciation of diversity within the University community. If a Recognized Student Organization, RSO, is requesting funding, they must be in good standing to be eligible for funds.
Please begin the process by going to the Engage UofL webpage and loging in.2) Undergraduate Student Research Grant
The request for this funding initiative will be focused on support of UofL undergraduate student conducting research in the area of science, technology, engineering and/or math. Any student research project submitted for funding must have UofL faculty supervision and appropriate institutional approval. The student investigator must have completed his/her sophomore year or completed at least 60 course credit hours at the University of Louisville at the time the application is submitted.The student must be a member of a federally recognized underserved minority (African American, Hispanic, Native American, Alaskan Native or Pacific Islander). Research projects can come from any discipline represented at UofL as long as the research emphasizes science, technology and/or math. It is recommended that all applicants for this grant review the UofL Commission on Diversity and Racial Equality web page for details about CODRE. Interested students who are experiencing difficulty in locating a mentor in their discipline may contact the CODRE Office by phone 502-852-5417 for assistance.(Word) The Deadline for submission is ongoing.
3) Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Teaching Award NOMINATIONS Closed for 2021
The UofL Diversity Programming Committee of CODRE and the Vice Provost for Diversity & International Affairs encourages students, faculty, academic departments, administrators, alumni, and trustees, to nominate members of the university teaching staff for this award. Nominees must have demonstrated excellence in their teaching and scholarship through the utilization of teaching styles, culturally pluralistic and socially constructed ideals, course content and processed incorporating multicultural and global perspectives. Download 2021 Nomination Form (Word). For additional information, contact Colleen Martin or Cathy Elliott.
4) Presidential Exemplary Multicultural Engagement Staff Award NOMINATIONS Closed for 2021
The purpose of this award is to recognize a part or full-time staff member who has demonstrated through their organization, leadership, and mentoring, the ability to promote the value of diversity and inclusion within the university setting. The winner of this award should demonstrate merit not based only on the functions of his or her job, but also on extraordinary commitment beyond what would be considered satisfactory levels of job performance. Exemplary multicultural engagement involves effective guidance and mentoring, critical thinking to support active and reflective learning for our students to achieve success, and demonstrating relevant events or opportunities to enhance human diversity. Download 2021 Nomination Form (Word). For additional information, contact Colleen Martin or Cathy Elliott.