Thank you for joining the Office of Sponsored Projects and the office of Corporate and Foundation Relation's Faculty Scholarship Discussion Hour centered on racial justice on October 22nd. We hope it provided a productive and fruitful space to learn from colleagues across campus and identify interdisciplinary connections and potential collaborators in your scholarship toward racial justice and a more equitable future.
Below is information about the racial and social justice landscape, resources available to you at the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons and other relevant resources, and funding opportunities supporting racial and social justice initiatives.
Philanthropy Responds to the Racial Equity Movement by David Maurrasse (Grantcraft.org, 2020)
Confronting Philanthropy's Uncomfortable Truths by Lucy Bernholz (Chronicle of Philanthropy, 2020)
On January 20, 2021, President Biden revoked EO 13950 implemented by President Trump to "Combat Race and Sex Stereotyping." It is replaced by an executive order "On Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government."
For more information or support with your racial justice scholarship, please contact:
The Office of Sponsored Projects - individual consultations regarding your scholarship agenda, identifying funding opportunities, submitting a grant proposal
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations - private funding landscape and opportunities, communications and relationship-building with private funders
Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons - research and scholarship resources, library guides, institutional subscriptions
Thank you for contributing your ideas, suggestions and links related to racial justice scholarship. Below are two links shared during the hour. Please feel free to send other relevant articles or resources to be posted here.
Trends in Health Disparities, Health Inequity, and Social Determinants of Health Research: A 17-Year Analysis of NINR, NCI, NHLBI, and NIMHD Funding by Kneipp, Schwartz, Drevdahl, Canales, Santacroce, Santos, and Anderson (Nursing Research, 2018)
This Ain’t Another Statement! This is a DEMAND for Black Linguistic Justice! by Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2020