The Kellogg Program focuses on three themes: Culture and Community Studies (faculty coordinator: Peter Conn, Professor of English); Environment and Health (faculty coordinator: Robert Giegengack, Professor of Geology and Director of the Center for Environmental Studies); and Nutrition and Health (faculty coordinator: Francis E. Johnston, Professor of Anthropology).
The Kellogg Program has funds available for faculty members to apply for summer course development grants. Proposals should fall within the three project areas noted above. Grants will be for no more than $3,000 per project. These funds can be used to provide graduate and undergraduate support, course implementation, course support, and/or summer salary. Criteria for selection will include:
Proposals should include the following:
An original and five copies of the proposal should be submitted to the Center for Community Partnerships, 133 S. 36th Street, Suite 519, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3246. The application deadline is December 20, 1996.
-- Robert Rescorla, Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, SAS
-- Ira Harkavy, Associate Vice President and Director, Center for Community Partnerships
-- Penny Gordon-Larsen, Academic Administrative Coordinator Kellogg Foundation Project to Link Intellectual Resources and Community Needs at the University of Pennsylvania
Volume 43 Number 10
October 29, 1996
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