The Arts Initiative seeks large-scale collaborative projects to activate the campus; increase arts engagement for students, faculty, and staff, and the region; and catalyze discovery through interdisciplinary partnerships.
Engage Detroit Workshops: Request for ProposalsSubmissions due: April 28th The Engage Detroit Workshops grant program supports small groups of U-M faculty and staff members with a faculty lead in organizing a workshop, speaker series, or similar event centered on a topic relevant to Detroit communities. The Vice Provost for Engaged Learning (VPEL) will provide financial support for
OVPR is seeking submissions for its Anti-Racism Grants, which launched in 2021 to advance knowledge around complex societal racial inequalities that can inform actions to achieve equity and justice. Funding is available at two levels: $25,000-$50,000 and <$100,000
Arts Integrative Interdisciplinary Faculty Research Grants support faculty research projects that integrate the arts or design with other disciplines, especially those in engineering and the sciences. Individual grants up to $3,000 can support existing research efforts as well as new areas of inquiry.
There are several upcoming opportunities for faculty and staff to engage with the Bold Challenges initiative. We are hosting three events in Spring 2023 and applications to our funding programs are now open.
https://artsinitiative.umich.edu/funding-opportunities/theme-semester-project-support/ U-M ARTS & RESISTANCE THEME SEMESTER PROJECT SUPPORT The Arts Initiative invites project proposals related to the Fall 2023 theme Arts & Resistance. Projects can be designed and implemented by a unit, staff person, or faculty member. Examples of projects could include art-making workshops, public performances, exhibitions, or support for guest speakers and visiting
Proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis This is an open grant funding opportunity through Poverty Solutions for faculty at University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses to pursue research projects focused on strategies to address poverty with effective, real-world solutions. Faculty Request for Proposals (PDF)
Letter of Intent (LOI) required by January 27, 2023 -> Up to $10,000 over eight months for engaged research efforts that address critical sustainability challenges.