Applying for the Institutional Challenge Grant: Proposing Strategies to Foster Institutional Change
In April 2019, the Foundation held a webinar, hosted by Institutional Challenge Grant selection committee members Adam Gamoran and Michael Gottfredson and senior program officer Kim DuMont, for a discussion of how applicants of the program might focus proposals for institutional change. In the course of the broadcast, we also covered the program’s goals, described the application process, and provided an opportunity for questions and answers.
Links to slides from the presentation and resources for applicants shared as handouts during the webinar are below. Learn more about the Institutional Challenge Grant, including how and when to submit an application. Check out highlights from the webinar here.
- Slides from “Applying for the Institutional Challenge Grant: Proposing Strategies to Foster Institutional Change”
- 2019 Institutional Challenge Grant Application Guide
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