Grants recognize work focused on equity, diversity and inclusion

In 2020, we were witnesses and participants in profound discussions of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

ASU Graduate College announces 2021 Knowledge Mobilization Award Recipients

The recipients of the 2021 Knowledge Mobilization Awards were announced on Friday, April 9 after a full-day showcase of graduate student and postdoctoral research. The awards, sponsored by the Graduate College’s Knowledge Mobilization Initiative, recognize the innovation and ingenuity of ASU scholars working to advance academic knowledge beyond the university through use-inspired, socially impactful research. 

First-ever Knowledge Mobilization Spotlight Grants Awarded for COVID-19 Innovation

For this round of grants, applicants were asked to summarize what they’re studying, explain how COVID-19 has impacted them, and share innovative ways they were able to move their projects forward despite the pandemic. 

The Graduate College received more than 70 applications and, out of the impressively competitive pool, selected ten winners rather than five as originally planned. Each winner will receive a grant of $100.

Apply now for a $100 Knowledge Mobilization Spotlight Grant!

Was your research, coursework or program impacted by COVID-19?  Did you design an innovative way to carry on with your research or studies?  Apply now for a  Knowledge Mobilization Spotlight Grant!

ASU graduate scholars showcase research in action at Knowledge Mobilization Awards

For the fourth year in a row, ASU graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from across all disciplines presented at the Knowledge Mobilization Awards (KMA) ceremony on Wednesday, March 4. The awards are a showcase and celebration of those scholars with research projects that are actively seeking to change current practices and policies in society.