The CU Office of Academic Affairs invites submissions for 2021-22 awards and grants.
Nominations for the following awards are due at 5 p.m. Nov. 1.
The award provides $10,000 to a full-time CU faculty member who, in addition to his or her university responsibilities, has, pro bono, provided exceptional educational, humanitarian, civic or other service in the community. Eligible: Full-time CU faculty members with the rank of professor, associate professor, assistant professor, senior instructor or instructor.
The award honors CU students, staff and faculty members who advance the ideals of Thomas Jefferson: broad interests in literature, arts and sciences, and public affairs; a strong concern for the advancement of higher education; a deeply seated sense of individual civic responsibility; and a profound commitment to the welfare and rights of the individual. It includes an engraved plaque and a $2,000 honorarium for each recipient. Eligible: Full-time CU faculty (professor, associate professor, assistant professor, senior instructor or instructor), students (full-time undergraduate or graduate), or full-time staff whose achievements reflect superior performance in their normal work or scholarship and notable participation in humanitarian activities.
All grant applications are due at 5 p.m. Nov. 12.
The PFH was established to promote and enhance the humanities on and across campuses and in the wider community, and to preserve balance in the university’s programs of education and research by giving special attention to the humanities. Funding requests for proposed projects must range from $1,000-$5,000. Eligible: Projects must be authored by a full-time faculty member (professor, associate professor, assistant professor, senior instructor or instructor).
For more information, email AcademicAffairs@cu.edu.