Duke students, faculty, and staff eligible for KIE Campus Grants
Every semester, the Kenan Institute for Ethics grants awards of up to $500 to projects at Duke University or Duke Medical Center that promote ethical or moral reflection, deliberation, and dialogue at Duke and beyond. Past projects that received support have included conferences and panels on issues such as sports and ethics and the legacy of Machiavelli’s writings, as well as events such as the Me Too Monologues and a performance at the intersection of public health and the arts. The grants may also support research projects, such as a recent study on well-being and college life, or an MFA student’s mobile food truck installation examining food workers’ rights.
For more information on requirements and past recipients, visit the Campus Grants page. For Fall 2014 consideration, please submit the application (PDF or Word doc) by 11:59pm November 1 via email to Michaela Dwyer.