Faculty: Apply for stipend to re-design a course to focus on social justice

The Case Western Reserve University Social Justice Institute invites faculty members to apply to re-design a course in the undergraduate curriculum to include a significant focus on social justice. Successful applicants will receive a stipend of $2,500 to be spent on travel, materials, and/or research assistance needed for course re-design.

Applicants must be regular faculty members who are tenured or in the tenure track. The award must be used during spring or summer 2014 for materials and/or research assistance needed to re-design an existing course that the applicant teaches or has previously taught. The applicant must plan to teach the re-designed course during the 2014-15 academic year. Successful applicants will also have demonstrated a commitment to social justice in their teaching, scholarship/research, and/or service to the university and/or wider community.

Applications must be submitted to Shelley White at socialjustice@case.edu by 5 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 2. Awards will be announced in February 2014.  For detailed information on the award and the application process, visit case.edu/socialjustice.