Diversity Innovation Grants

The Diversity Innovation Grant (DIG) program began in 2012. In the past 8 years, awardees have represented a wide range of undertakings within the Johns Hopkins Community.

DIG awardees have developed programs and implemented projects with expansive impacts. From all-gender restrooms to speaker series, DIG awardees bring programs and projects that bring diverse perspectives to issues in higher education and increase inclusivity in our community.

2019-2020 DIG awardees

The Homewood Facilities Operations Yearbook 2019-2020 recognizes the critical work of “behind the scenes” Homewood staff. The yearbook represents an effort to continuously acknowledge the work Plant Operations executes on a day-to-day basis.

Students for Disability Justice is a project with 2 aims: to develop a network of student groups that focus on disability issues under the name Students for Disability Justice and to produce cross-campus programs focused on the intersection of disability with other aspects of identity.

Previous DIG awardees