Collections-Based Courses Grant
The 2017-2018 Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center’s (IHRC) grant cycle opens with a call for course proposals that offer students opportunities to participate in collaborative collections-based research projects, and enable faculty to partner effectively with archives, library, and museum professionals.
DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION: JANUARY 16, 2017
Faculty Curriculum Development GrantsThere are several instructional grants available through the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning (CTAL) that provide an opportunity for faculty members to undertake special projects related to teaching and learning of critical interest to the University of Delaware.
Provost's Initiative for Excellence in Innovation in E-Learning
The University of Delaware is launching an initiative to expand UD’s academic footprint through the growth of e-learning opportunities. The Provost’s Initiative for Excellence and Innovation in E-Learning calls for UD proposals to develop innovative new online graduate degree programs, as well as new online and hybrid courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Proposals are being sought for program and course development in these areas: fully online graduate programs in areas of UD’s signature academic strengths; team-taught graduate courses delivered in partnership with other institutions; hybrid courses that feature experiential learning or fieldwork; and fully online undergraduate courses that many UD students currently complete at other institutions.
Faculty Entrepreneurship Grants
The University of Delaware’s Horn Program in Entrepreneurship invites faculty members to apply to the Horn Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellows program, which offers grant awards of up to $12,000.
The program challenges faculty to develop new cross-disciplinary and discipline-specific courses or to redevelop existing courses with a focus on creativity, design, leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship. Applications are due no later than Friday, Jan. 20, 2017.
Special Collections and Museums, University of Delaware Library
The University of Delaware Library invites proposals from faculty for funding to support:
- Faculty research of the collections that will involve students (undergraduate and/or graduate) and/or has a public component (e.g. website, lecture, symposium, exhibition etc.);
- Residencies for writers, artists, and scholars using Special Collections materials. These must have a public component (e.g.: reading, exhibition, lecture, website, etc.);
- Public events focusing on works or objects in the collections (symposia, readings, conferences, etc.).
The Transformation Grant is designed to support faculty who want to enhance their teaching and their students’ learning with innovative uses of technology.
General Research Grant OpportunitiesThere are a number of funding opportunities available to Researchers at the University of Delaware. Funding opportunities for sponsored research are available to UD-eligible principal investigators from a variety of federal and state agencies and private foundations.
Diversity Research Grant Program
The Center awards research grants to UD faculty and graduate students on a competitive basis for projects deemed relevant to the Center’s mission.
Service Learning Grants
The Office of Service Learning offers instructional mini-grants to faculty for projects which advance the University’s General Education Initiative goal of service-learning in undergraduate courses. These grants support the enhancement and development of service learning and community-based research projects.
The University of Delaware Library provides access to several funding databases and offers workshops and individual consultations to faculty seeking grants. The Library is a partner of the Foundation Center’s Funding Information Network, which has more than 450 locations throughout the world. The Foundation Center also provides a great page on proposal development and writing that includes online tutorials and webinars, sample documents, frequently asked questions, and more. For more information visit https://guides.lib.udel.edu/grants or contact Reference & Instructional Services Librarian Carol Rudisell.
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