Engaged Learning, Student Mental Health, and Civic Development Demo. Program
Posted by on January 21, 2005
ENGAGED LEARNING, STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, AND CIVIC DEVELOPMENT DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM
Preliminary proposals are requested for projects that will demonstrate what happens when colleges and universities build capacity for engaged learning in ways that promote mental health of students and contribute to their civic development.
The budget for this program – funded by the Charles Engelhard Foundation of New York in partnership with Bringing Theory to Practice and the Association of American Colleges & Universities – will amount to $450,000 to be shared among four or five institutions.
Barry Checkoway, Professor of Social Work and Urban Planning and Founding Director of the Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning at the University of Michigan, is program coordinator.
Preliminary proposals of three (3) pages are due by February 15, 2005. For a copy of the RFP, please contact our office at 202-884-0815 or e-mail Jennifer Reynolds at Reynolds@aacu.org.
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