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HMTCA-Trinity Academic Collaboration Grant Proposals due Dec 14th 2018
Call for Proposals 2018-19
Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy (HMTCA) – Trinity College
Academic Collaboration Grants
Academic collaboration between Trinity College and HMTCA has grown since the formal partnership agreement between the two organizations in 2011. The partnership includes two summer academies at Trinity for HMTCA 9th and 10th grade students, academic collaboration in specific academic departments, HMTCA students taking introductory Trinity classes, attendance at Trinity lectures and programs, and a number of other academic and service projects. As of summer 2018, the HMTCA-Trinity College partnership is supported by Urban Educational Initiatives in the Center for Hartford Engagement and Research (CHER) at Trinity. Learn more about this partnership here.
Over the years, there has been increased interest for supporting innovative projects to benefit students at both HMTCA and Trinity College. Some of these projects may be one-time projects (designed for a short period) and others may be pilot programs (to test an idea for a potentially longer period). As these efforts expand, it is important to support new projects and share the accomplishments of academic collaboration between the two institutions.
This call for proposals supports one-time or pilot projects that strengthen the HMTCA-Trinity College partnership. Resources from the Urban Educational Initiatives and Community Learning budgets may fund up to two projects at $1,000 each during the remainder of the 2018-19 academic year. All proposals must include and benefit both HMTCA and Trinity students. Preference will be given to projects that also include both HMTCA and Trinity faculty/staff, and include multicultural and/or multilingual education.
Short proposals (<1000 words) to support expenses for academic collaborations between HMTCA and Trinity College should be submitted by December 14, 2018. Please refer questions and submit completed proposals to Robert Cotto, Director of Urban Education Initiatives, 860 297-4100. Submit proposals via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals should include the following information:
- Names and contact information for Trinity and HMTCA faculty and/or staff collaborators
- Specific time period of the academic collaboration (such as a date, month, or semester in 2018-19)
- Course titles and student enrollments (or if the collaboration is not classroom-based, carefully describe the participants and setting)
- Description of academic collaboration, including goals, methods, anticipated challenges, and strategies to overcome them
- Description of documentation and/or sharing of accomplishments
- Benefits: How does this project benefit both Trinity and HMTCA students? Also, does it include multicultural and/or multilingual benefits for students? How does this project enrich the curriculum?
- Budget: We welcome proposals with specific budgets, using any of these categories:
1) Planning (provide detail)
2) Materials (art supplies, lab materials, books not otherwise covered by existing institutional budgets)
3) Documentation (for example, costs to document the presentation of a collaborative project)
4) Additional compensation (with approval by direct supervisor, up to $750 may be used for faculty or staff additional compensation)