These are small grants of $500 to groups of students and faculty to undertake readings and research across the disciplines on a given topic. They may be used to pay for books, refreshments and other related expenses.
How to Apply
Email your proposal to Patricia Easton, Associate Provost, Transdisciplinary Studies email@example.com.
Transdisciplinary Reading and Working Groups should consist of students and faculty from at least three disciplines, preferably distributed across two or three of the Schools at CGU.
Names of participants (with information about their Schools/fields),
Name(s) of convener or conveners who will submit receipts for reimbursement,
A schedule of meeting dates.
It is recommended that groups plan to meet at least 3 or 4 times during the semester.
Priority is given to topics that show promise of becoming the focus for future Transdisciplinary courses, as well as proposals that combine approaches of quantitative and interpretive disciplines.