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applications for projects that actively
promote and engage UC San Diego’s
Principles of Community to enhance
the climate of the campus
increase understanding and engagement of or significantly and positively promote
Principles of Community
The University of California, San Diego is dedicated to learning, teaching, and
serving society through education, research, and public service. Our international
reputation for excellence is due in large part to the cooperative and
entrepreneurial nature of the UC San Diego community. UC San Diego faculty,
staff, and students are encouraged to be creative and are rewarded for individual
as well as collaborative achievements.
To foster the best possible working and learning environment, UC San Diego
strives to maintain a climate of fairness, cooperation, and professionalism.These
principles of community are vital to the success of the University and the well
being of its constituents. UC San Diego faculty, staff, and students are expected to
practice these basic principles as individuals and in groups.
• We value each member of the UC San Diego community for his or her
individual and unique talents, and applaud all efforts to enhance the quality of
campus life. We recognize that each individual’s effort is vital to achieving the
goals of the University.
• We affirm each individual’s right to dignity and strive to maintain a climate of
justice marked by mutual respect for each other.
• We value the cultural diversity of UC San Diego because it enriches our lives
and the University. We celebrate this diversity and support respect for all
cultures, by both individuals and the University as a whole.
• We are a university that adapts responsibly to cultural differences among the
faculty, staff, students, and community.
• We acknowledge that our society carries historical and divisive biases based
on race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion,
and political beliefs. Therefore, we seek to foster understanding and tolerance
among individuals and groups, and we promote awareness through education
and constructive strategies for resolving conflict.
• We reject acts of discrimination based on race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity,
age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, and political beliefs, and, we will
confront and appropriately respond to such acts.
• We affirm the right to freedom of expression at UC San Diego. We promote
open expression of our individuality and our diversity within the bounds of
courtesy, sensitivity, confidentiality, and respect.
• We are committed to the highest standards of civility and decency toward all.
We are committed to promoting and supporting a community where all
people can work and learn together in an atmosphere free of abusive or
demeaning treatment.
• We are committed to the enforcement of policies that promote the fulfillment
of these principles.
We represent diverse races, creeds, cultures, and social affiliations coming together for the good
of the University and those communities we serve. By working together as members of the UC
San Diego community, we can enhance the excellence of our institution.
These policies include but are not limited to Academic Personnel M015 – The University of
California Policy on Faculty Conduct and the Administration of Discipline;The University of
California Personnel Policies for Staff Members and UC San Diego Implementing Procedures,
Appendix II – Personnel Policies for Senior Managers; the University of California, San Diego
Student Conduct Code; UC San Diego House Officer Policy and Procedure Document; and
applicable university collective bargaining agreements. For further information or inquiries,
contact the Director of the Office of Academic Diversity and Equal Opportunity, the Director of
ACCES and the office of Equal Opportunity/Staff Affirmative Action, and/or the Director of the
Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination.To the extent that any information
presented in this document is interpreted as being in conflict with University policies, procedures,
or applicable collective bargaining agreements the terms of those University policies, procedures,
and agreements shall govern.
5-7 Awards of $500 to $2,500
preference to proposals that have the potential
to advance systemic changes at UC San Diego
that will exert a sustained, powerful influence on
fostering understanding and daily practice of the
Principles of Community
Primary audience for the event is UC San Diego campus community.
The link between the event and positively elevating our Principles of Community
is clear.
Event or activity encourages positive and meaningful interaction especially among
campus constituents that do not typically engage or interact with one another.
Project Leaders/Investigators eligible for climate grants include faculty, students,
and staff from UC San Diego.
Projects must be able to be completed within 1 year
5 Page Limit (Double Spaced)
[Maximum Doesn’t Mean You Need To Use It All]
Does the project address an important problem or a critical
barrier to progress in advancing a climate of respect,
understanding, and civility at UC San Diego?
Does the project actively engage one or more of the
Principles of Community?
If the aims of the project are achieved, how will campus
climate improve at UC San Diego?
Does the application propose novel approaches to improving
climate through the active engagement of the Principles of
Community at UC San Diego?
Does the application significantly and positively promote our
Principles of Community?
Are the overall strategy, methodology, and analyses wellreasoned and appropriate to accomplish the specific aims of
the project?
Are the project leaders/investigators and collaborators wellsuited to the project?
Have the project leaders/investigators and/or collaborators
demonstrated how their background and skills will address
and improve diversity at UC San Diego?
What is the potential for continued support from non VC-EDI
Have the project leaders/investigators sought out additional funds
to implement the project? What other funds (departmental,
divisional, gift, grant) are already committed to this project?
Will this project have a life beyond the funding provided by this award?
Could this project potentially bring in additional funds to UCSD from
other sources?
• Background (1 page max)
• Statement of the problem
• Significance of the work and key outcome(s)
What is the issue?
How will the situation be different after this activity?
• Program Narrative and Impact (2 pages max)
• A description of the proposed project, program, or pilot
• Project/program aim(s) and goal(s) [What do you want to accomplish?]
• Methods [How will you do it?]
• Any collaborative partnership proposed including all co-investigators
• Description how your project will actively support one or more of the
Principles of Community (reference specific principles)
• Program Evaluation (1 page max)
• A description of how you will assess and analyze the success of the
• Budget and Justification (1 page max)
• Brief explanation of how the funds will be used
• Is the budget reasonable and well thought out?
How will you know you achieved what you wanted to accomplish?
How will you spend the money?
5 Page (Double Spaced)
Word or PDF File Upload
Must Let Your TA Know By 3:29 Thursday Week 10
Otherwise will be scheduled for Oral Final.
Due 12/14/2020 Monday 5:59PM
(End of the Final Exam Period)
1 Point for the Best Submitted Proposal
Finalists Chosen by Teaching Assistants
Winner Chosen by Teaching Assistant and Professor
1 Point Addition if Student Submits Proposal
UC San Diego Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
• Jonathan Kim
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