Recently Funded Projects

The Creating Inclusive Excellence Grants support a variety of different programs, from films, plays, and art exhibits to speakers and musical groups to student outreach and faculty development to research on inclusion practices.

Following is a list of some of the recent projects that received CIEG support.

  • Prospective Doctoral Recruitment and Retention
    Graduate School
  • Residential Colleges Advancing Racial Equity and Advocacy (AREA) Program
    James Madison College, Lyman Briggs College, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities
  • Community Engaged – Experiential Learning Program: Critical Social Justice Edition
    College of Social Science, Center for Community Engaged Learning
  • Enhancing Inclusive Excellence in Student Research Participation
    College of Communication Arts & Sciences
  • Fostering Learning and and Inclusivity Through Engineering (FLITE)
    Honors College
  • Merging Emerging Visions and the Social Justice Art Festival
    Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, James Madison College
  • Opportunity Through Action: Creating a Sustainable DEI Initiative
    Human Development and Family Studies
  • Teaching Music to Blind and Visually Impaired Learners using Tactile Flashcards
    College of Music
  • Virtual Antiracist Teach-In Series & Resource Center
    College of Arts & Letters, English
  • Strengthening the Role of Scientific Literacy to address Social Injustice in Times of Public Health Crises
    Center for Integrative Studies in General Education, Fisheries and Wildlife and Large Animal Clinical Sciences, MSU Libraries
  • Biochemistry in the Community: BMB Graduate Students Engage with Lansing Youth
    College of Natural Science, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
  • Restorative Justice in Sites of Arts, Culture, and Informal Learning : Preparing Educators to Address Racism
    Broad Art Museum
  • Diversity Scholar Program: Advancing Inclusivity in Library Education
    MSU Libraries
  • Anti-Racist Teaching: Curriculum Cultivation for Today
    National Council of Teachers of English Student Affiliate
  • Collaborating with Inland Seas Education Association and Michigan Tribal Nations to Develop and Implement Place-, Vessel-, and Experiential-Based Education Across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
    Community, Food and Environment - MSU Extension
  • Collaboration as Practice: The MSU Black Book for Community Mobilization
    Individual, Office for Cultural and Academic Transitions (OCAT) Sponsored
  • Guidance on financial and socioeconomic equity in the time of COVID-19
    College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Department of Entomology
  • Hate Has No Home Here Initiative
    Residence Education and Housing Services
  • Improving Accessibility in Physics Active Learning Curricula
    Physics and Astronomy Department, Lyman Briggs College
  • MSU Adaptive Sports & Recreation Club: Online Health & Wellnes for Individuals with Disabilities
    Kinesiology
  • MSU Science Festival Science Communication Program
    University Outreach and Engagement
  • Music and Social Justice Concert and Speaker Series
    College of Music
  • Virtual Language Exchange@MSU: Japanese-English
    College of Arts and Letters, Linguistcis &Languages, Japanese Studies Program
  • Queering Racial Justice Retreat
    LBGT Resource Center