STUDENT-ONLY FUNDING (Undergraduate and Graduate):
Well-Being at Stanford (Vaden Health Services) seeks innovative student ideas to inspire, empower and strengthen student mental health and well-being.
Your target audience can be the general student body or a very specific student population. Projects might include, but are not limited to:
- Foster greater resilience and well-being; decrease stress and anxiety
- Advance student well-being in the context of diversity, inclusion and identity.
- Increase peer to peer support
- De-stigmatize mental health issues
- Promote healthy sleep habits
You may apply for ONE of the following grants:
- Up to $300 for a one-quarter project in Winter or Spring quarter
- Up to $500 for a major campus wellness event
- Up to $600 for a campus project in Winter and Spring quarters
APPLICATION PROCESS – IT’S SIMPLE!
Please submit your creative idea proposal in 500-1,500 words. Bullet Points are fine.
Please address these basic questions. No worries if you don’t have all the details worked out yet. If your innovative idea is accepted, iThrive will help you further develop your proposal.
- Which grant are you applying for?
- What is the issue or topic? What are the basic actionable steps and timeline?
- Who is involved in the project? (Individual students, student groups, majors, department sponsorship, if applicable).
- Who will be your advisor? Please work with a faculty, staff, or professional campus mental health advisor who will provide guidance regarding sensitive issues that students may raise.
- Expected outcomes. Refer to literature and/or research that supports the impact of your idea.
- Evaluation process
- Budget (include other funding sources)
No worries if you don’t have all the details worked out yet. If your innovative idea is accepted, Well-Being at Stanford will help you further develop your proposal.
NOTIFICATION: A mini-grant selection team of faculty, staff and students of the Stanford Healthy Campus 2020* committee will review proposals. Carrie Siegel, Well-Being at Stanford project coordinator, will get back to you the following week.
* See https://www.acha.org/healthycampus for more information on the nationwide Healthy Camus initiative and https://tinyurl.com/StanfordHC2020 for an overview of the Stanford Healthy Campus 2020 Initiative.