Programs: Faculty/Curricular Support Fund
Through its Faculty/Curricular Support Fund, the Center provides support for any faculty member wishing to integrate experiential/service learning or field research into their teaching and mentoring of students.
The CPGC can provide funding for a range of projects, including:
- Field trips in conjunction with courses
- Honoraria for outside speakers
- Service projects/internships carried out by students as part of a course
- Field research by students in a course
- Expenses incurred by faculty related to integrating experiential/service learning or field research components by updating existing courses; developing new courses; and exploring the feasibility of including such components in existing or new courses. Note: Requests for course development support are limited to tenure-line and continuing faculty only.
Support may be requested to cover expenses for course projects, such as reimbursement for student travel expenses, funds to hire a work-study or graduate student to coordinate internship placements, reimbursement for the purchase of materials, or funds for course-related trips.
All activities must be related to the Center's mission to extend the College's commitment to peace & social justice through research, education & action, and to promote scholarship on critical issues.
Faculty members considering requests for major proposals (> $3,000) are asked to discuss them beforehand with one of the CPGC directors.
Spring 2013 Application Deadlines: February 3, March 17, April 7, April 28Apply online
Salzburg Global Seminar Program (Faculty Only)
In 2007-2008 the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, in conjunction with the Salzburg Global Seminar, established a new fellowship to send one Haverford faculty member annually to a Salzburg Global Seminar session. Founded in 1947, the Salzburg Global Seminar, housed in the remarkable Schloss Leopoldskron, has emerged as “one of Europe's foremost forums for the discussion of global issues, bringing together future leaders from around the world to meet and work with prominent individuals from virtually every realm of human endeavor: politics, economics, social and environmental concerns, the arts and academia."