Pi Kappa Lambda Matching Grants 2017
For special projects
In the Spring of 2012 the Pi Kappa Lambda Board of Regents was pleased to announce a new opportunity for PKL chapters, the PKL Matching Grants Program. Chapters may request up to $600 for a single event or series of events/activities during the academic year.
The recipients of the Pi Kappa Lambda Matching Grants for 2015 were the Kappa Iota chapter (Claflin University) and the Zeta Iota chapter (The Pennsylvania State University).
The Department of Music at Claflin University hosted a Popular Music Symposium in February 2016.
The School of Music at Penn State University focused attention on dance and music. This project combined efforts from the Schools of Music, Theatre, and Dance, bringing particular attention to Viennese Waltz. Guest artists and clinicians brought their expertise to this campus-wide project.
Congratulations to both institutions on their successful completion of these special projects.
Eligibility: Any PKL chapter in good standing as certified by the PKL Executive Director, i.e., chapters who have filed chapter reports for the current and previous year, indicating election of new members.
Goals: to support activities that facilitate the aims of Pi Kappa Lambda and that increase visibility of PKL on college campuses.
Application Requirements: All applications must include the following:
Submit to: Mark Lochstampfor, Pi Kappa Lambda National Office, c/o Conservatory of Music, 1 College and Main, Columbus, OH 43209 Electronic copies may be submitted to email@example.com.
Deadline: May 13, 2017
Review Process: Applications will be reviewed by the PKL Board of Regents Grants Committee. Applicants will be notified no later than June 15 of the results. Please indicate the best way to reach the applicant on or around June 15. Questions may be directed to Mark Lochstampfor at the National Office.
Acknowledgements: Appropriate acknowledgement of Pi Kappa Lambda support must be given in all publicity. A short report on the success of the project, including the number of people impacted, will be due to the PKL national office 6 weeks after the completion of the project to help the Board of Regents assess the impact of this new program.