Summer Teaching Innovation Grant Application 2017
Do you have an exciting idea related to your teaching? Something new that you’d like to try? A plan to demonstrate and share what you can do? Then please consider applying for a Center for Teaching a Learning Innovation grant.
Recipients will receive their funds ($1,000 – $2,000) after submitting a summary (not to exceed 1000 words) of their summer work and commitment to a Center for Teaching and Learning activity.
Last summer, the Center for Teaching and Learning awarded three grants to five faculty members (two were pairs working on a project together). Look here to see their applications and post-project summaries.
Be as specific and concise as possible. Applications should be about 500 words and should not exceed 1000 words total.
- Name, Title, Department
- What is the title of your project?
- What’s your innovative idea? What do you aspire to do in your class? How do you think it will improve your teaching?
- How will you share your idea with Maryville faculty: facilitating a REAL Week session, presenting a stand-alone event, and/or leading a faculty group that perpetuates your idea?
- What is your idea’s potential for future development as a conference presentation or publication?
- Is there anything else you want to add?
Grant applications are due by noon, April 10th. Please submit to Jesse Kavadlo (firstname.lastname@example.org). Results will be announced by May 1.