Provosts Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Provosts Interdisciplinary
Who is eligible to apply?
Faculty (standing and non-standing), as well as departments, programs, and centers are eligible to apply for Provosts Interdisciplinary Grants and Collaborative Provosts Interdisciplinary Grants. For the latter, two partners will apply together. One must identify as being, or being a part of, an arts department, program, or center; the other must identify as being traditionally outside of the arts. Any questions about this may be directed to Chloe Reison at email@example.com.
What do the grants support?
Provosts Interdisciplinary Grants and Collaborative Provosts Interdisciplinary Grants are intended to support events, projects, or programs that engage audiences within and beyond the Penn community. Additionally, Collaborative Provosts Interdisciplinary Grants are intended to foster interdisciplinary collaboration. Grant-supported activities must take place between July 1, 2020 and December 22, 2021.
How much can you apply for?
Provosts Interdisciplinary Grant applicants may request up to $10,000. Collaborative Provosts Interdisciplinary Grant applicants may request up to $15,000. Individuals must seek approval by their department, program, or center, in order to apply in either category. The department, program, or center must agree to manage the grant funds, if an application is successful.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation is no longer receiving inquiries for its 2020 grant cycle. Our annual grants process will reopen in the fall of 2020. Please sign up for our newsletter to stay informed.
Applications will be evaluated by a Sachs Program Committee and by The Sachs Program Advisory Board. Deliberations will be driven by The Sachs Program’s priorities, and will take into account the criteria. Decisions will be made in April 2020.
Sachs Program staff will do their best to meet with all individuals and groups interested in submitting an application.
The Sachs Program has limited resources, and will therefore not be able to fund all requests.
Matching funding is strongly encouraged, when possible, but is not required.
The Sachs Program aims to support projects that meet the criteria and which best align with our priorities for grantmaking. Should a proposal or application not meet the criteria and/or not align with our priorities, Sachs Program staff may recommend that an applicant withdraw from the pool.
The Sachs Program supports a creative, culturally diverse and pluralistic Penn community. We are committed to supporting individuals and groups from all races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religions, disabilities and socioeconomic backgrounds.