The Emory Integrity Project (EIP) invites proposals from faculty to support the incorporation of issues of integrity and ethics into undergraduate courses and co-curricular programming.

The Emory Integrity Project (EIP) invites proposals from faculty to support the incorporation of issues of integrity and ethics into 1) undergraduate courses, and 2) co-curricular programming.  

Eligible courses and co-curricular programs should address integrity and ethics as related to the particular content area and aims of the course or program. We are also interested in proposals that a) address the EIP 2017-2018 theme of “Raise your voice. Share your story.”, or b) incorporate the First-Year Common Read text for 2017-2018, Frankenstein. Additionally, any proposals that address the themes of honor, humility, and helpfulness are encouraged.

Examples of supported activities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Honoraria for outside (non-Emory) speakers; 
  • Food for a class discussion, special activity, or co-curricular event; 
  • Travel expenses for off-campus visits; 
  • Materials not otherwise funded by the departmental budget. 

Grants will be awarded to support EIP-related activities in courses or programs for the Spring 2018 semester. Anyone currently teaching undergraduates at Emory is eligible to apply, including full-time and part-time faculty and graduate students. The standard course grant amount is up to $300; grant requests for amounts greater than $300 will be accepted for co-curricular events open to the broader Emory community. Applications should include a budget for proposed expenses. Proposals will be reviewed and awarded on a rolling basis. Questions can be directed to Erin Mosley ( 


  • We will not fund the purchase of technological hardware (computers, voice recorders, iPads, etc.) 
  • All applicants must either have their own SmartKey account or be connected to a department with a SmartKey account. 
  • Recipients will be asked to participate in an assessment of the program.