Administrative and academic units at UC Davis are encouraged to submit proposals for the use of one-time funds set aside to combat bias, bigotry and discrimination, including antisemitism, Islamophobia and more. The funding, of which $565,000 remains to be allocated, is from the UC Office of the President.
UC Davis will receive $700,000 in funding, and has proposed spending $135,000 on two programs related to emergency mental health and trauma support.
Proposals, which must be limited to $100,000 each, are due Feb. 8. Funds must be spent by June 30, 2025.
They can fall under the following categories:
- Mental Health and Trauma Support “to provide emergency mental health and trauma support for students, faculty and staff.”
- Educational Programming “to develop educational initiatives focused on understanding and addressing bias and bigotry.”
- Training and Professional Development “to equip UC leaders, staff and faculty with essential knowledge and skills.”
Cody Kitaura is the editor of Dateline UC Davis and can be reached by email or at 530-752-1932.