As part of its strategy to engage the entire University community in promoting Inclusive Excellence, the President's Council on Inclusive Excellence launched the Mini-Grant Initiative in Spring 2010 to support projects and programming that promote institutional change on diversity matters.
The Inclusive Excellence Mini-Grant Initiative is intended to provide seed monies to create positive changes that highlight the benefits of diversity and create a more inclusive and vibrant intellectual community to live, learn and work. Projects or programs funded through this initiative will inculcate principles and practices of inclusion and diversity across the University.
Starting in Fall 2012, the call for applications for Inclusive Excellence Mini-Grants will be issued to the Roger Williams community one time per year. Typical grants range from $500 to $5,000 and will be available until the close of the relevant fiscal year.
For information on the current Mini-Grants cycle, visit the Submission Guidelines page.
To learn about the projects funded in previous cycles, visit the Mini-Grant Projects page.