The Office of Research and Creative Scholarship (ORCS) administers the following internal grant programs for Emerson faculty members. For more information about each opportunity, including deadlines, click on the link in the grant description or the grant in the left-hand navigation.
More information will be available Spring 2024.
Internationalization, diversity, and Inclusion are major priorities for Emerson. Emerson’s Strategic Plan defines Internationalization as the commitment to "mutually beneficial engagement with the global society in which we participate, and to ensuring that all members of our community are prepared to thrive in that society.” Similarly, Emerson's dedication to Diversity and Inclusion is rooted in the belief that "institutional and academic excellence are not possible without full engagement with diversity across all areas of the College."
An essential component of this work focuses on Emerson’s commitment to internationalizing and diversifying the curriculum of the College, as well as the implementation of inclusive pedagogical approaches in the classroom The President’s Fund for Curricular Innovation will support faculty participation in a Curriculum Internationalization and Inclusion Studio. The goals of the Studio are to:
- Encourage collaboration among faculty;
- Build our collective capacity to internationalize curriculum;
- Develop specific courses, course modules, pedagogical and/or advising methods that contribute to these aims.