EDII Project Awards
The aim of MIC EDII Project Awards are to catalyse and embed EDII across the College through new collaborative activities. These awards encourage collaboration and partnerships between professional service and academic staff along with students and community organisations.
Funding, ranging in value from €500 to €5,000 will be awarded in any given academic year. If successfully awarded, a Project Award requirement in terms of output and to demonstrate will be a 30 second video and a 300 word case study for the EDII website. The EDII Office should be acknowledge as a funder.
EDII themes that can be explored include:
- Projects that relate to the Athena SWAN Institution and Faculty of Arts actions.
- Projects/Activities that related to the nine grounds of discrimination in Ireland (Gender; marital status; family status; sexual orientation; religion; age; disability; race, and membership of the Traveller community).
Projects and Activities can encompass:
- Research Projects
- Community Engaged Projects
- Curriculum design activities
- Events that promote EDII
Download the EDII Project Award Application Form and Scoring Sheet. Deadline for applications is Friday 28 October and should be submitted to EDII@mic.ul.ie.
Contact EDII@mic.ul.ie if you have any questions or queries.