The Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service annually supports community-engaged scholarship at GW through small faculty grants. These awards promote the development and institutionalization of new community-engaged scholarship opportunities that are consistent with the University strategic plan.
Funds are available to support:
Development of new academic service-learning courses
Service-learning course support
Evaluation of existing engaged research or teaching
Strategic planning for a community-engaged department
Community-based participatory research
Research on community-engaged scholarship
Individual or group professional development in community-engaged scholarship.
You are encouraged to discuss your proposal ideas with Wendy Wagner, the Senior Manager of Community Engaged Scholarship ([email protected]).
Proposals are due February 3, 2020.