Eligibility criteria, recognising scholars making a positive impact on the achievement of our Faculty's Diversity and Inclusion goals

Eligible staff include fixed-term, continuing (research contingent) and continuing academic staff in the Faculty

Staff must not already be employed as part of their normal roles and responsibilities, to undertake scholarly-based work that is aligned with our Faculty’s Diversity and Inclusion goals and that contributes to the achievement of our Faculty’s Diversity and Inclusion targets

Selection criteria guiding the values-based assessment of applications

In assessing grant applications, the Faculty's Selection Panel
will consider:

Clarity of objectives and alignment with the Faculty strategy Advancing Health 2030

Intended outcomes, including the capacity to develop new approaches towards the Faculty’s commitments and/or build on our existing understandings of diversity, equity and inclusion

Opportunities for the work to demonstrate high-quality and impact and attract future funding

Opportunities for sustainable divisional, institutional or sector-wide adoption of new approaches and understandings of diversity and inclusion

The extent to which the proposed work would raise the visibility and profile of the Faculty in relation to diversity and inclusion (for example engaging with more than a small group of staff or a single School or Department)

Existing challenges or barriers preventing the work from otherwise being funded and completed