School Bullying Service-Learning Project Grant Program
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One or more grants will be awarded annually that meet the criteria of the Kappa Omicron Nu Centennial Undergraduate Research/Project Grant agenda.

School Bullying Service-Learning Grant—Two $500 grants awarded annually.

Policies and Procedures:

The purpose of the Kappa Omicron Nu Centennial Undergraduate Research/Project Grant Program is to support the research agenda of the Kappa Omicron Nu Bullying Initiative: (a) assess the impacts of bullying in the school setting; (b) evaluate action taken by individuals, families, schools, and communities that contributes to and/or ameliorates school bullying; (c) consider the place of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and gender in relation to school bullying; and (d) examine action taken by families and schools that prevents cyberbullying. Other topics related to school bullying will be considered.

  • Grants may be made to Kappa Omicron Nu chapters or project teams (providing the team leader is a current Kappa Omicron Nu member).
  • Proposals shall be judged by the criteria listed in the Proposal Format.
  • Any project approved for funding by Kappa Omicron Nu shall be appropriately identified by using the prescribed format: “Supported in whole or in part by Kappa Omicron Nu.”
  • Applications will be accepted at any time, and response can be expected in two weeks.
  • One-half of the project grant will be awarded as soon as the proposal is accepted.
  • A technical report shall be submitted to Kappa Omicron Nu upon completion of the project, at which time the balance of the grant will be awarded.
  • Only complete applications that meet the format guidelines (below) will be evaluated.
  • Grants will be made at the discretion of the Awards Committee.

Proposal Format:

The project grant proposal shall include the following:

  • Chapter name, institution, names of Kappa Omicron Nu chapter adviser and project team, and email address of adviser and team leader
  • Description of the project
    • Purpose and measurable outcomes
    • Projected impact on targeted population
    • Projected impact on project team
    • Evaluation plan to measure outcomes
    • Timeline
    • Use of requested funds
  • Supplementary materials—Information to add insight into the project. Sponsoring statement from the chapter adviser who is supervising the project

Procedures:

The application form and all supporting documents shall be electronically submitted to info@kon.org with the subject line: School Bullying Service-Learning Project Grant Program.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 16 July 2012 14:43