Faculty Research Networks
Faculty Research Networks are part of the long-standing Research Institute of Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. These faculty-initiated and faculty-driven interdisciplinary research communities bring together Stanford faculty and visiting scholars to develop individual and collaborative research on race and ethnicity. Each network focuses on a different theme that intersects with race and ethnicity (e.g., health, technology, pedagogy, environment, criminal justice, housing, visual culture). Ideally, each network will include 10-12 participants and have a graduate student coordinator. The networks will meet monthly to share and workshop their research on the theme. We are open to proposals from all fields of inquiry and are particularly interested in interdisciplinary and cross-school collaborations.
The Faculty Research Networks have three primary aims:
- Foster interdisciplinary research collaboratives around innovative topics;
- Produce research products that advance the study and teaching of race and ethnicity;
- Develop a community among faculty scholars of race and ethnicity.
Award Amount: Total funding award will be $10,000 for the calendar year (January - December) 2020-2021, out of which a $2000 stipend will be earmarked for a graduate student coordinator.
Applications are due October 31, 2020 at 11:59PM PT. Proposals should be submitted in PDF format with 11pt font, 1” margins. Email proposals to Daniel Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Proposals should include:
- Faculty Research Network Title
- Names of Network Leads (at least two PI-eligible Stanford faculty and researchers)
- Brief Network Description (2-3 sentences)
- Describe the area of inquiry including the research agendas the network will advance and the disciplines upon which it will draw. (max. 300 words)
- Describe how this network will address questions related to race and ethnicity. (max. 150 words)
- Describe the deliverables you intend to produce during the course of the grant. (max. 300 words)
- Additional comments (max. 150 words)
- Names and departmental affiliation of faculty participants in the workshop (a minimum of 5 faculty participants)
- Budget sketch