Public Service Course Activity Fund
The Center for Public Service (CPS) offers a Course Activity Fund to individual faculty members teaching a service learning course. Faculty teaching service learning courses will have at their disposal $250 per semester to enhance successful outcomes of planned service activities.
Service Learning Course Activity Fund RfP
Have Coffee on Us!
CPS provides a $10 gift card toward a mid-semester meeting between individual Service Learning instructors and their community partners. Simply getting together to discuss successes, challenges and to review plans toward the successful completion of a semester-long service learning partnership often improves outcomes. Please, have coffee on us!
Coffee on Us! (.pdf)
Course Development Grants
300-Level Course Development Grant
The Center for Public Service announces a grant competition to support the development of two service-learning courses designed to serve students at the 300 course level.
Due Date: TBA
Music Rising/CPS Course Development Grant
The Music Rising Project and the Center for Public Service announce a grant competition to support the development of a service-learning course designed to serve students at the 300 course level and above. Administered by the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South, Music Rising aims to preserve, perpetuate, and advocate for the musical culture of the central Gulf South.
Newcomb Institute/CPS Course Development Grant
The Newcomb Institute and the Center for Public Service announce a grant competition to support the development of a course centered on women's issues or gender issues (including all disciplines) that would promote action-oriented service.
Due Date: TBA
Public Service Capstone Course Development Grant
The Center for Public Service announces a grant competition to support the development of five service-learning courses designed as capstone experiences in various disciplines..
Due Date: TBA
The Cowen Institute/CPS Course Development Grant
The Cowen Institute and the Center for Public Service (CPS) announce a grant competition to support the development of a service-learning course designed to serve students at the 300 course level and above.
Due Date: TBA
Individual Faculty Grants
Public Service Faculty Scholar Program
This program recognizes one Tulane faculty member each academic year for exemplary public service and community involvement expertise. The programs seeks to both recognize the faculty member's achievements and to help disseminate this knowledge to the broader Tulane community.
Public Service Faculty Scholar Program RfP
Community-Based Research Grant
The Center for Public Service announces a grant competition to support faculty conducting community-based research. CPS defines community-based research as collaborative, change-oriented research that engages faculty members, students, and community members in projects that address community needs.
Community-Based Research Grant RFP
Community-Based Research Participatory Grant
The Center for Public Service (CPS) announces a grant competition to support our community partner organizations in their efforts to research topics of importance in the community with the aim of creating knowledge that "contributes to making a concrete and constructive difference in the world." CPS defines Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) as a collaborative approach to research that promotes positive change with and within the community. It involves an equitable relationship between community organizations and university researchers that is reflected in all levels of project design and dissemination.
CBPR Request for Letters of Interest
Non-Tulane Grants & Awards
Good Neighbor Service-Learning Award
Sponsored by Youth Service America and State Farm, $1,000 grants for implementing SL projects.
Good Neighbor Service-Learning Award Application
NEA Foundation Learning and Leadership Grant
More than 2,000 individual grants totaling over $6 million have been awarded to help public school teachers and other educational professionals improve student achievement.
NEA Foundation Learning and Leadership Grant Application
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