What exactly is a "participating institution"?
1. An institution that actively participates in the project by contributing biographies is considered a Participating Institution. We consider an institution to be active if one of the faculty members or students has contributed at least one story in the last three (3) years. Please read our Guidelines.
Participating and Affiliated Institutions
2. Or watch this presentation: A Set up Guide for Participating Institutions:
This 20 minute PowerPoint presentation will answer your questions about becoming a DACB participating institution and guide you through the process of setting up the project in your institution.
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1. a. Registry
of Participating Institutions
a. Guidelines for Non
African Participating Institutions
b. Guidelines for Affiliated
III. Communicating with the New Haven office.
As postal mail is slow, we strongly encourage you to write to us via e-mail at email@example.com.
DACB Project Luke
Liaison coordinators may apply for a Project Luke scholarship.
Project Luke Application form.
Click here to download a PDF version of the application:
PL application in PDF.
Project Luke Fellows