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Earlham EPIC Grand Challenge - Faculty/Staff

Rules and Eligibility

Faculty/Staff are encouraged to participate on an opt-in basis. There are four different ways faculty/staff members are able to support students each with various levels of incentive for faculty/staff.

  • Classroom Experience (e.g. by embedding activities into current class syllabi, introducing new courses/May Term, etc.

          + $150 USD per course

  • Community Partner Connector (e.g. by connecting student teams with community partners in Wayne County, Indiana)

          + $150 USD per Community Partner

  • Facilitation of a workshop series (e.g. by facilitating new workshops as part of EPIC Grand Challenge's series)

          + $150 USD per Facilitated Workshop Topic

  • Mentoring a student team (by providing key guidance to the student teams throughout the entire competition)

          + $1000 USD

To be eligible for supplemental payroll incentive, Faculty/Staff must compete the application form (Found Here→) and receive confirmation from the Director of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Gene Hambrick.

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