College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > About > Initiatives > Civics Initiative > Summer Institute for Faculty > Guidelines and Application
Through a generous grant from the Teagle Foundation, DePaul University is inviting full time term and tenure-line faculty to join a community of scholars at the Civics Initiative Summer Institute (July 14-15, 2022) and two follow-up sessions during the following academic year.
The Summer Institute will support faculty as they develop their own sections of a powerful new interdisciplinary curriculum dedicated to helping students rigorously interrogate historical and contemporary political structures, acknowledge differences in their lived experiences, and build the democratic skills of listening and deliberation that will allow us to build a path forward. Faculty will learn strategies for facilitating productive conversations about controversial issues.
EligibilityTenure-line and term faculty from all units in the University are eligible to apply.
CompensationFaculty chosen for participation will be awarded a summer stipend of $1100; for each of the two follow-up half day sessions in the AY 2022-23, participating faculty will receive a $300 stipend.
The application timeline for Summer Institute 2022 is outlined below. Interested faculty should feel free to contact the Civics Initiative lead faculty, Molly Andolina and Ben Epstein, with questions before applying:
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Applicants for the DePaul Civics Initiative Summer Institute should review the Application Guidelines packet, which provides details of all materials that must be submitted through the online application.
Download the Application Guidelines for easy offline review.
The application deadline is April 18, 2022. Contact us for questions about the application or apply below.