We are pleased to recognize the second round of HxA’s Flexible Funding Opportunity (FFO) grant recipients. This group represents an even broader range of disciplines and locations, and is a wonderful reminder of one of the most important aspects of HxA membership: community.
This second round of grant-funded projects includes several Canadian members who are collaborating across two projects to address and explore increasing concerns in Canadian universities, a group of K-12 members working together from across the United States to create a high school curriculum, and a professor who is bringing together twelve scholars from diverse backgrounds to consider the ethics of free speech.
The Heterodox Communities (HxCommunities) and the FFO grants are two HxA member benefits that facilitate connection and collaboration between members as they seek to promote open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement. These benefits offer opportunities to find support and community, share resources, and address challenges around these principles.
FFO funding is still available to support additional member initiatives. Learn more about the application process and requirements, and read more about the second round recipients below!