Mutual Mentoring Grant Program

Mutual Mentoring Grant Program

OFD's Mutual Mentoring Grant program provides funding to individuals or groups of faculty for the purpose of developing mentoring networks.

  • Team Grants support faculty in developing robust professional networks that support their growth as researchers, teachers, and leaders in their fields. 
  • Micro Grants support individual faculty to identify desirable areas for professional growth and to develop the necessary mentoring relationships to make such opportunities possible.

We are pleased to announce that nine teams and five individual faculty have received Mutual Mentoring Awards for 2021-22

View the Team and Micro Grant Projects

Team Grants support faculty in developing robust professional networks that support their growth as researchers, teachers, and leaders in their fields. 

Micro Grants support individual faculty to identify desirable areas for professional growth and to develop the necessary mentoring relationships to make such opportunities possible.

Step-by-step instructions about how to apply for OFD's Mutual Mentoring Grant Program.

Commonly asked questions and answers about the Mutual Mentoring Grant application process.

Examples of previously funded team grant activity.

Examples of previously funded micro grant activity.