The Institute for Public Health is supporting the latest round of seed grants for its university partner, the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Equity (CRE2). The center invites proposals for transdisciplinary projects that enrich scholarly engagement related to the Center’s mission and themes. Read more about these themes in the link provided below.
The principal aim of this program is to assist in the development of research ideas (e.g., preliminary analyses, pilot studies, conceptual schemas, archival work) that have the potential to significantly enhance scientific and cultural methodologies and to garner external research support. CRE² will award Seed Grants of up to $15,000 per grant project.
Seed Grant proposals that also fulfill the mission of the Institute for Public Health can apply for matching funds of up to $15,000 increasing the total seed grant award to up to $30,000. Projects proposing matching funds will also be reviewed by the Institute for Public Health leadership team.