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This online application does not have a "save" feature. All materials should be composed and compiled in a separate Word document, and then cut and pasted into this form.
Applicants are encouraged to collaborate and involve multiple partners in the development of grant projects.
In addition to filling out this online application, all applicants must provide a detailed proposed budget. Applicants whose projects will require approval from either the human subjects committee or the animal subjects committee must begin the approval process prior to submitting their full WELFund application. Both the budget and a copy of the submission to human or animal subjects committee (if applicable) must be forwarded to email@example.com by the WELFund grant application deadline.
Please provide the title for your project here
Who is the contact person responsible for this project?
Campus address: *
Please provide the best number to reach you
Campus number: *
Cell Phone: *
If this is an academic project, provide the discipline, if it is a staff initiated project provide the area where you work, if it is student-initiated, provide your major or the area your project would impact. For instance, if a student is working on a project to make the campus greener, the area would be university-wide and could be listed as such.
The amount of funding you are seeking directly from WELFund for this project
TOTAL dollar amount sought: *
The amount that the whole project will cost including proposed WELFund funding and other funding sources.
TOTAL project budget: *
Use this space to provide a short description of your project
Short Description (less than 100 words): *
Please tell us when the project would start and end
Time frame: *
If requesting funding for a two year project, please explain your need for this one year extension.
Please list here additional partners on this project, as well as additional funding sources
Use this space to provide a brief, 100 word biography detailing your qualifications for this project
Please type a narrative response addressing the following questions.
Project overview: *
Please list who will directly benefit from this project and what the anticipated benefits to each will be. Please also list in this section any indirect beneficiaries and how they will benefit
Project beneficiaries: *
Please list students who will be involved with this project including major, class, and college.
Please tell us how your project addresses enhancing the education of women, advancing women as scholars, cultivate and sustain women's leadership skills, engaging students in research or creative projects, and/or increases awareness about women as individuals and in the community
WELFund mission: *
What would success look like for this initiative and how will it be measured?
How will you disseminate the results of your work? (Examples include: conference presentations, publications, lunchtime talks, articles in UNotes and Informer)
Provide explanation of grant expenditures as they relate to specific grant activities and over-all purpose.
Spending rationale: *
Community partners must submit a letter of commitment on organizational letterhead, and any University faculty and staff designated as project partners or participants - but not serving as primary applicants - must articulate their commitment in an attached email or letter. Please indicate below those partners who will be submitting letters of commitment and support. Send these to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partnership Information (If applicable):
All grant applications must be approved by the applicant's department head and dean/vice president. Ideally, you should share a draft of your proposal with them prior to submitting this form. Please indicate below the names and email addresses of those we should contact for approval.