Scholarships & Grants
The Center for Citizenship & Social Justice strives to support public engagement efforts at WKU by awarding scholarships and grants to students, faculty and staff. Campus members who have an interest in partnering with the community to address social challenges can apply for funding to carry out a scholarly projects aimed at solving public problems.
Students can access scholarships through the Scholars in Service program to support a multitude of public engagement opportunities. Students, faculty and staff can also become trained in The $100 Solution™ and apply for funding to address a social issue utilizing $100 or less. In the spring of 2017, CCSJ launches Public Impact Funds intended to support service-learning and applied or community-based research. For more information, contact Leah Ashwill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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