Co-Sponsorship Request for Academic Events
The goal of the IHAPC is to foster a space where faculty, students, staff, and community members working on Indigenous-focused research may strengthen their relationships by sharing, learning about, and collaborating on projects taking place across the UW campus and region. In acknowledgement of tribal intellectual traditions, as well as emerging knowledge in Native communities and academia today, our committee aims to honor and actively nurture these knowledge through building relations within and outside the academy.
The Intellectual House Academic Programming Committee (IHAPC) invites University of Washington departments and units, as well as individuals or community organizations, to request co-sponsorships and contributing funds for academic activities held at wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ.
IHAPC was established to set a yearly intellectual theme for wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ and solicit programming on issues of continuing importance to the Native people of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. More than a building, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ will come to define itself on campus and in the region through the relationships it fosters and that sustain it.
The IHAPC seeks to co-sponsor symposia, lectures, readings, conferences, seminars, shows, demonstrations, research clusters, and meetings that fulfill the Intellectual House’s academic mission and that showcase Indigenous knowledge and intellectual thought within and outside the academy.
In order for the IHAPC to consider co-sponsoring and contributing funds to your event, please answer the questions below. Event proposals to the IHAPC will be reviewed bi-monthly. Proposals submitted between the 1st and 15th of each month will be collected on the 15th. Proposals submitted after the 15th will be collected at the end of each month. The IHAPC reserves two weeks for review of proposals and two weeks for applicants to respond to questions about proposals. Please reserve four weeks for the proposals process.