Emory undergraduates are eligible to apply for Emory Integrity Project (EIP) grants to fund the implementation of events or programs that advance ethics and integrity at Emory. The maximum grant award is $1000. These grants are intended to support students in engaging in meaningful learning experiences and implementing innovative projects that advance ethics and integrity at Emory and in the broader community. Grantees must submit a short written report upon the completion of their projects.

Grant applications will be accepted for the following:

  • to participate in educational opportunities that engage questions of ethics and integrity
  • to implement events or projects that engage with ethical challenges or social justice issues either on campus or in the broader Atlanta metropolitan area

These grants may be used to fund a project that is part of an existing community-engaged leadership program on campus to which the student has been admitted (such as EASL Forum, CBSC Second-Year Fellows, or Vision in Action). To learn more about these programs, visit: EASL (http://www.ethics.emory.edu/pillars/citizenship/EASL/), CBSC (https://www.emorycbsc.com/), VIA (http://christineristaino.com/vision-in-action/)

Application Requirements

This form asks you to provide details about your grant request, including a project description, timeline, and budget. Applications will be reviewed based on feasibility and fit with the aims of the EIP.

Eligible Expenses

Examples of eligible project expenses include transportation, program fees, materials, and food for community events.

If you have questions, please contact Emily Floyd (emilyfloyd@emory.edu)

 This grant award is awarded on a rolling basis starting the first day of classes in the fall semester through the last day of classes in the spring semester.