Davis Projects for Peace
Smith College undergraduate students are invited to participate in the Davis United World College Scholars Program's Projects for Peace. The project encourages student initiative, innovation and entrepreneurship focusing on conflict prevention, resolution and reconciliation for a sustainable peace. The program is intended to be worldwide in scope and impact, but specific projects may be undertaken anywhere, including in the United States. The most promising project will be awarded $10,000 for implementation.
Friday, December 5, 2014,
Lewis Global Studies Center
Final Proposal Deadline
Thursday, January 15, 2015
All Smith undergraduates are eligible to apply for this award. Students may apply individually or in groups. Seniors who complete the program over the summer after graduation are eligible for the award. Projects must be undertaken during the summer of the awarded grant.
How to Submit Proposal
- A written statement that describes the project in detail and that includes the expected outcomes and prospects for future impact. Proposals must:
- include "Smith College"; title of your project; your name(s); class year(s); dates of the project; country where the project will be performed
- be typed in a legible font (e.g. Times New Roman) in a standard font size (e.g. 12 pt.), in a document with one-inch margins on all sides
- not exceed two pages (single spaced)
- A budget (separate page)
- Supporting documents demonstrating preapproval of all parties and organizations involved.
All submissions must be sent electronically to email@example.com, to the attention of:
Smith College 100 Projects for Peace Committee
c/o Lisa Morde
Smith College Lewis Global Studies Center
Final decisions on all wining proposals will be announced March 16, 2015. Acceptances are due before March 31, 2015. Grant payments will be made shortly after all agreements have been received.
Any alternates will be announced in April 2014.
Due: September 14, 2015
Each funded project must submit a final report. There are instructions on the Projects for Peace Forms page. A separate one-page accounting of the funds expended is to be submitted using the budget template.
Students may attach up to three digital photos to the final report. Reports will be posted on the program's website.
Contact Lisa Morde at 413-585-2697 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not contact the Davis UWC Scholars office directly.
About the Fund
Projects for Peace is funded by the Davis family to honor Kathryn W. Davis, a lifelong internationalist and philanthropist who died in April 2013 at the age of 106. Kathryn Davis believed that today's youth—tomorrow's leaders—ought to be challenged to formulate and test their own ideas.