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Ethics Small Grants for Graduate Students

When:
Rolling deadline
Where:
virtual
More Info:
Apply
Audience:
Graduate Students
Sponsor:
Educational Affairs

Are you a graduate or professional student or grad student group with an idea for a program, event, or learning opportunity related to the ethical dimensions of research, career choices, and professional commitments in your department or field?

Apply for an ethics small grant!

Funding amount

Up to $1,000. If you have an idea that requires more than $1,000, please send it our way anyway. We will still consider it and may be able to connect you with other funding opportunities.

How can funds be used?

Possible expenses include but are not limited to travel costs* or fees for guest speakers, food expenses for events, creating marketing materials, or to purchase other materials needed for the program (books, software, printing, etc). 

When are the proposals due?

Inquiries invited anytime. We’ll share details about the short application with you after an initial conversation with us to make sure your idea is a good fit. Please try to submit your grant at least one month in advance of your event/program. For larger events/programs, please allow six weeks or more.

Who can apply?

Stanford graduate and professional students

Purpose

Ethics small grants for graduate students are funding opportunities to support the development of programming that increases critical thinking about the ethical and societal consequences of research and professional choices. Cross-disciplinary collaborations are also encouraged. Potential programs could include: the development of a new ethics workshop for grad students, hosting an event about the ethical issues in your field, organizing an ethics working group, among many other possibilities. The grants are intended to support programs or events that will engage the Stanford community and/or other graduate students, not for individual research or projects. 

Questions?

Please contact the Ethics, Society, & Technology Hub Program Manager, Ashlyn Jaeger (ajaeger@stanford.edu), or the Center for Ethics in Society Research Director, Anne Newman (arnewman@stanford.edu), if you’d like to apply or have any questions.

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