Grant of the Week: 2019 Delphi Award

Sarah Weicksel | Jun 7, 2019

Every week, Perspectives Daily showcases a new grant, fellowship, or scholarship that has been posted to our free community calendar. This week we are featuring the Delphi Award.

Criteria

Individuals, small/large groups, or organizations that have supported non-tenure-track, contingent and/or adjunct faculty 

Amount

The annual Delphi Award presents a $15,000 cash award to each of two applicants who have worked to support non-tenure-track, contingent and/or adjunct faculty in pursuing strategic priorities such as student learning and community engagement.

We seek applications from a wide range of groups (e.g. campuses, consortia, disciplinary groups) at multiple levels who have made changes to support non-tenure-track faculty. We seek applications from individuals and small groups as well as larger groups and organizations. Our aim is to recognize excellent efforts to support faculty.

Applicants are not limited to colleges or universities, but we do require that applicants show they are having an impact on colleges or universities, primarily because colleges and universities remain the contexts wherein non-tenure-track faculty do their work (see application requirements for details). Above all, we seek applications that demonstrate concrete changes that support non-tenure-track faculty. We seek examples from all sectors of two-year and four-year higher education institutions.

End: July 15, 2019

Contact: pullias@usc.edu

More Info: https://pullias.usc.edu/delphi/award/


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