The Brandeis Pluralism Alliance (BPA) has established a grants program for student or faculty initiated projects that address issues of identity, pluralism and unity.
The general goals of the Brandeis Pluralism Alliance are:
- To create opportunities for a large cross-section of students to question identity and community at a deeper level, and to reach a more thoughtful and enduring understanding of these issues.
- To create alliances among different campus groups addressing issues of pluralism and unity.
- To foster networking, communication and coalition building (e.g., having two or more clubs or organizations co-sponsor a project).
- To provide funds for creative new pluralism and unity programming involving students and faculty.
For a list of past projects that were sponsored recently by the Brandeis Pluralism Alliance, check out our Spring 2015 recipients!
Winners of "BPArt: Pluralism and the Arts" Spring 2015 Awards are: