Course Support Grant Application 2017-18
The Bonner Center for Civic Engagement is dedicated to supporting civic engagement, which often means reducing barriers to meaningful community-based experiences. Faculty needing to offset costs in their community-based-learning (CBL) course may submit a small grant application. Some examples of previously approved small grants include honoraria for guest speakers, transportation costs, and reimbursement for material purchases.

Because funding is limited, the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) evaluates requests with the following goals in mind: encouraging CBL across a wide variety of disciplines, eliminating financial barriers for students in CBL classes, and spreading CBL opportunities to as many students as possible.

The CCE aims to co-sponsor CBL projects with other campus organizations when possible.

Please contact Cody Fleeger at cfleeger@richmond.edu with questions about your application. Cody will contact you within 2-5 days of receipt of your application to notify you whether your application has been approved or if he needs additional information.

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First Name
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Course Title
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Course Number (e.g. BIOL202)
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How will this CBL experience give your students a more nuanced understanding of the course content?
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Please select the mode(s) of CBL that you will be implementing in this course, including the mode that best represents this experience. You may select one or more than one.
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What do you need to purchase with this grant funding? If you are requesting transportation, Cody Fleeger will follow up with you to gather additional information in order to schedule your bus or van. If you already know the number of students needing transportation, please include that information in this section.
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What date do you plan to offer the CBL experience? If you are requesting transportation, please also include the time of your study trip.
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Research indicates the reflection component is crucial to the learning that happens with community-based learning. What type of reflection or graded product will students undertake related to this experience?
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Could you please share a copy of the assignment, learning goals, or portion of the syllabus that relates to this CBL experience?
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We are committed to the ongoing support and assessment of valuable CBL experiences. Would you be willing to share copies of student work product to help us with our internal assessment? Blog posts, student papers, and multimedia projects are just a few examples that have been submitted in the past.
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