Applications for Ross University and Community Projects now available


Applications for the 2005 grant cycle of the Stephen David Ross University and Community Projects Fund are now available. 

Ross, a Binghamton University faculty member, established a fund to support collaborative university-community projects that promote creative and innovative cooperation between the University and local nonprofit agencies.

Previously funded projects include a mentoring program for adolescents, the restoration of a local bronze landmark, an interactive sculpture project, a curriculum on acceptance and respect for elementary school students, and a five-language orientation booklet for refugees. 

Grant applications in the range of $5,000 to $10,000 are encouraged. In 2005, the fund will award $10,000 in grants to non-profit organizations in partnership with University units.

The application deadline is noon Friday, April 22. For details or to request an application, call the grant administrator, Cynthia Lupo at 607-777-2011 or via e-mail at

For more information about the Stephen David Ross University and Community Projects Fund, visit

Last Updated: 9/17/13