CARE (Center for Art, Religion, and Education) Project Grants
Deadline: February 27
The Graduate Theological Union is pleased to offer grants (up to $2,000) in support of projects that center on religion and the arts. Projects might include travel to a conference to present a paper or to conduct research, funding to assist with an art workshop, or fees related to a theatrical performance. These grants are sponsored by CARe.
Who is eligible? The application process is open to all, though priority is given to GTU students, faculty, and staff. Previous GTU grant recipients may apply for new or follow-up grants, though GTU’s preference is to support first-time applicants. GTU & CARe Advisory Committee members are ineligible for grants; in some cases, applicants will be required to sign conflict-of-interest forms.
Applications forms must be fully completed and electronically submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Each application will be carefully considered by the GTU Grants Commitee, and notification will be provided in 6-8 weeks.
Requirements? Awardees should reference GTU/CARe in presentations, publications, and promotional materials. They are required to submit a short report to GTU/CARe six months after receiving the grant. Awardees are also required to provide a short presentation as part of CARe’s “Brown Bag”, lunch series (first Friday of the month). All GTU/CARe grants must be expended in the fiscal year in which they are awarded.
In order to release funds, GTU must have on file the awardee’s IRS 1099 Misc form; for reimbursements, original receipts must be presented.
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