Diversity and Equity Initiative Grants for Spring 2013January 7, 2013 - February 7, 2013
Mānoa Campus, Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services Room 413
The Office of Student Equity Excellence and Diversity (SEED) is currently accepting applications for Spring 2013 Diversity and Equity Initiative grants.
All UH departments and programs from any of the 10 campuses are eligible to apply. The Diversity and Equity Initiative grants support University of Hawaii diversity goals with projects that provide a more inclusive environment for students, faculty and administrators.
Applicants can support these efforts with proposals that address diversity dimensions on gender, sexual orientation, disability and groups underrepresented in higher education. Diversity awards have supported speakers, authors, research, performance and media projects. Deadline for applications is Friday, February 8, 2013. Notification of awards by February 25.
Please review revised guidelines at www.hawaii.edu/diversity/dei
For more information on applying for these grants, contact: Hawaii Community College: Jason Cifra firstname.lastname@example.org Honolulu Community College: Leon Florendo, email@example.com Kapiolani Community College: Joselyn Yoshimura, firstname.lastname@example.org Kauai Community College: Cammie Matsumoto, Cammie@hawaii.edu Leeward: Raymund Liongsan, Liongson@hawaii.edu Maui College: Debra Nakama, email@example.com UH Hilo: Norman Arancon, firstname.lastname@example.org UH Manoa: Pua Auyong , email@example.com West O`ahu: Garyn Tsuru, firstname.lastname@example.org Windward Community College: Lokelani Kenolio, email@example.com
Office of Student Equity Excellence and Diversity, Mānoa Campus
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