Kozmetsky Transdisciplinary Scholars Award Announcement (2011)
Transdisciplinary Studies Program
Wendy Martin, Vice Provost
Mary Ellen Wanderlingh, Program Coordinator
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As many of you know, in addition to the Transdisciplinary Studies Dissertation Awards, the Transdisciplinary Studies Reading/Working Group Awards and the Hillcrest Transdiscipliary Studies Awards have been extremely helpful in building a culture of transdisciplinarity for CGU students. The T- Program has been making these awards on a regular basis for many years now; 9- 10 Transdisciplinary Studies Dissertation Awards are made annually and more than 35 Transdisciplinary Studies Reading Working Group Awards as well as 6-10 Hillcrest Awards are given each year.
Now that these three student Transdisciplinary Studies Award programs are solidly in place and have produced substantial results in regard to building a transdisciplinary culture at CGU, I am pleased to announce a new award: the Kozmetsky Transdisciplinary Scholar Awards to facilitate faculty work in Transdisciplinary Studies that parallels the Reading/Working Groups and Hillcrest Transdisciplinary Studies Awards for students.
These will be modest grants ranging from $500 to $3000 that can be used to fund transdisciplinary collaborative research proposals, faculty (or faculty and student) reading groups across the disciplines, T-course design, transdisciplinary conferences, speakers, and other collaborative transdisciplinary projects. Approximately 8-10 of these awards will be made for 2011-2012 with the intention of increasing this number in subsequent years. Preference will be given to collaborative projects that involve faculty in from a range of disciplines (at least three disciplines preferably across two or three Schools at CGU).
Proposals should include (1) a description of the project to be supported (e.g. research paper or article, electronic database or website development, survey, exhibit, colloquium, conference, etc); (2) the plan of activities and goals for the academic year as well as a schedule of meeting dates/event dates; (3) a list of committed participants with a description of their own research agendas as well as convenor/convenors who will be responsible for submitting receipts for reimbursement for expenses; (4) a summary of anticipated expenses; (5) an explanation of the transdisciplinary nature and contribution of the project.
The deadline for submissions for hard-copy of proposals for 2011-2012 is Wednesday, October 26, 2011 no later than 5pm (Transdisciplinary Studies Program/Kozmetsky Transdisciplinary Scholars Award, Attention: Mary Ellen Wanderlingh, Program Coordinator, Claremont Graduate University, 150 East 10th Street, Claremont, California 91711) Announcements of Awards will be made shortly thereafter.
Don't hesitate to email or call me (909 607 0724) if you have questions or if I can be helpful in any way -- Wendy
Claremont Graduate University
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