Diversity Leadership Council seeking ideas that promote civility, inclusion

Diversity Innovation Grant applications due Friday, Nov. 15

Hub staff report / November 14, 2013 Posted in University News

The Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council is accepting applications for the Diversity Innovation Grant program, which supports fresh, innovative programming ideas that foster civility, respect, diversity, and inclusion among the various communities at Johns Hopkins.

Diversity Innovation Grants range from $100 to $2,500 and in the past have funded community concerts; a Family Mentoring Network for underrepresented minority graduate students, postdocs, and faculty; an "It Gets Better" video; and East Baltimore "Community Conversations" dinners.

All Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff members are eligible to apply as individuals or as part of a group. Funding decisions are expected to be announced in January.

Applications are due Nov. 15. To learn more, or to submit an application, visit http://web.jhu.edu/dlc/initiatives/diversity_innovation_grants/index.html.

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