Download a PDF of the rubric used for the Travel Funds applications here.
The Council on Community-Based Partnerships provides travel support for the dissemination of community engagement research and scholarship.
CCBP ACADEMIC CONFERENCE, TRAINING, AND PRESENTATION SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP
You may apply for travel funds for presentations that have not yet been accepted; however, disbursement of funds is contingent upon acceptance.
Applications should be submitted by the faculty member involved in the community-engagement project or by the Department Head on behalf of the faculty, student, and/or community partner. Up to three (3) persons per community-engagement project or training can apply for funding. Travel involving the community partner and students is strongly encouraged.
GUIDELINES + DIMENSIONS
A maximum of $1,000 may be reimbursed for individual faculty, staff. student, or community member applications. Matched funding from departments or colleges is encouraged. Travel Funds awardees should contact Dee Cook, Fiscal Affairs Coordinator, about the reimbursement process by September 1, 2023.
Preference is given to applications that show a high level of community engagement scholarship (for presentations) or potential to enhance community engagement scholarship (for training).