Academic Initiatives Fund
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The last submission date for the 2018–19 academic year is April 19, 2019.
The Academic Senate seeks proposals to support academic initiatives such as events, exhibits, conferences, performances, publications, symposia, workshops, and other projects, which are open to the Pratt community. (Support for individual and collaborative research, scholarship, and professional development is available through the Faculty Development Fund.)
Priority will be given to initiatives that are interdisciplinary in nature and to schools, programs, and areas of interest that have not received support during the current fiscal year.
This opportunity is open to all Senate constituents (full-time and part-time faculty; chairs, assistant chairs, and equivalent titles; staff who teach), and may support initiatives, in whole or in part, through
- honoraria and travel costs (external participants)
- materials and supplies
- printing or other fees
- refreshments (excluding alcohol)
stipends (Pratt employees)
The maximum award amount in 2018–19 is $750, and all funds must be spent by June 30, 2019.
To apply, please enter the following information in our Google form at http://bit.ly/prattsenateaifapply:
- Title and short description of the initiative (max. 300 words)
- Organizers (names, affiliation, and contact info)
- Expected number of participants
- Amount requested from Senate
- Line-item budget (examples: 100 folders, Honoraria for speaker), including how much will be funded by the Senate and how much will be funded by other sources (if applicable)
All proposals are due before April 19, 2019 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis by the Senate Executive Committee, whose members are ineligible to apply for these funds.
All funded initiatives must state Academic Senate sponsorship in publicity materials and provide a short report (max. 500 words) describing the benefit of the activities for the Pratt community.
Please contact Senate President Chris Alen Sula (email@example.com) with any questions.
of Teaching and Learning Theo. David A Process of Design St Nicholas Church WTC NY
Mon Mar 25, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Robert Seigal Gallery Higgins Hall
Tue Mar 26, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 7:00 pm - Alumni Reading room.
Sat May 4, 2019 - Hall Marketing Center
View reports and photos from past events in our archive.
- Avenue Project/Reconnect Brooklyn (Summer 2018)
- xChange Salon (Spring 2018)
- Accurate Photo (April 27, 2018)
- Spaces of Repression and Resistance (April 24, 2018)
- Ramon Tejada: Decolonizing (graphic) Design (April 12, 2018)
- Meditation with Yingrik Drupba Rinpoche (April 5, 2018)
- The Annual Akilah Oliver Memorial Reading Series with Rosamund S. King (March 29, 2018)
- Salomé: Woman of Valor (February 23, 2018)
- Karen McGrane lecture (November 11, 2017)
- Ellie Irons artist talk (November 9, 2017)
- Maya Krishna Rao Residency (November 3, 2017)
- Habitat: Vernacular architecture for a changing world. Implementation of the Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals (September 21, 2017)
- A Look at Contemplative Practices in the Studio: Can Contemplative Pedagogy impact Critique using Mindfulness, Meditation and Visualization (June 15, 2017)
- Spaces of Resistance and Repression: Fragments of Global Crises (May 1, 2017)
- Still/Moving: Kaja Silverman, Carrie Schneider & Kathleen Kelley in Conversation (April 27, 2017)
- Creativity in the Neoliberal Era: A Discussion with Anne Sauvagnargues and Gregory Flaxman (April 24, 2017)
- The 2017 Whitney Biennial + Controversy. Let’s Discuss! (April 19, 2017)
- Information is Power: Libraries and Media Literacy in the Age of Post-Truth (April 5, 2017)
- Dr. Roland Kays talk and campus visit on camera trapping and wildlife conservation (March 30, 2017)
- Thinking and Dancing with the Global South (March 2–3, 2017)