Seed Grants Content Seed Grants Content for Feminist Research Institute en Dr. Vajra Watson: "Transformative Schooling" Book Chat <p>UC Davis Humanities Institute <span>is hosting a book chat for <a href="">FRI Seed Grant</a> recipient</span></p> February 21, 2019 - 3:19pm Scott Tsuchitani Announcing the 2018-19 Seed Grants <p><span><span>The Feminist Research Institute is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018-2019 Seed Grants. The diverse group of project leaders come from more than 10 different UC Davis departments, institutes, and programs across campus. The awarded projects tackle a range of important and pressing issues, including environmental health, retention of Latina students at UC Davis, domestic violence in California, and empowering Sacramento-area Black girls to imagine radically new futures. </span></span></p> June 05, 2018 - 11:54am Stephanie Maroney Seed Grants <p>The FRI Seed Grant Competition invites proposals from UC Davis faculty for collaborative projects that use feminist approaches to engage in transformative, trans-disciplinary research. Seed grant funding may be used to develop a promising idea, pilot-test a method, gather preliminary data, further an ongoing collaboration, or otherwise provide support that will improve a project’s chance of receiving external funding. Proposals are encouraged that involve collaboration with faculty from more than one college/school. </p> February 28, 2018 - 1:37pm Stephanie Maroney Feminist Research Institute Looks to Bridge Gap between Humanistic and Scientific Sides of UC Davis <p><span><span>This post highlights two recent articles on the Feminist Research Institute symposium, “Feminist Research Across the Disciplines,” by Lisa Howard from the University’s Office of Research.</span></span></p> <p><span><span><span><span>In “</span></span><span><span><a href="">Feminist Research Institute Looks to Bridge Gap between Humanistic and Scientific Sides of UC Davis</a>,” Howard quotes FRI’s Interim Director Laura Grindstaff:</span></span></span></span></p> May 25, 2017 - 2:56pm Stephanie Maroney