Field Experience and Scholarly Project Grants
Field Experience and Scholarly Project (FESP) Grants are intended for Community and Global Health Honors students who require financial assistance to further their community and global health projects. Students who meet all requirements may apply and be considered for grants of up to $1,000.
Applicants must be M2 - M4 Community and Global Health Honors students who are both in good academic standing at the Stritch School of Medicine and making good progress toward CGH Honors Program completion.
Process and Timeline
Applications are made available in Sakai in the fall / winter to Community and Global Health Honors students, who follow the deadline posted in Sakai.
- Eligible students may apply for a FESP Grant only once per year;
- Projects or experiences that award academic credit are not eligible for FESP Grants;
- Ignatian Service Immersion (ISI) trips are not eligible for FESP Grants;
- Applicants may not request funds to pay or otherwise compensate program participants, survey respondents, research subjects, etc.
Examples of Approved Grants
- Funding for medical supplies utilized at a community clinic where a student is undertaking a CGH Honors Program-required Project;
- Funding for professional translation of surveys given to survey participants as part of a student's CGH Honors Program-required Project;
- Funding for coding software to support educational programming at a community organization where a student is completing a CGH Honors Program-required Project or Field Experience.