(Announced August, 2012)
Academic Affairs announces this year's Faculty 2013 Grants opportunities in areas including Research (due date October 12, 2012), Teaching, and Proposal Development (due date October 26, 2012).
Faculty Development Grants (Scholarship) are provided by the Office of Academic Affairs to support research, scholarship and artistic endeavors at UNF. Academic Affairs regards it as important for the university that these grants be widely distributed across the University’s disciplines, and that their use benefit the reputation of the University as well as the individual scholar or artist. Applications are encouraged from newer faculty and faculty beginning new lines of research. These grants are competitively awarded to the most meritorious proposals, providing a $7,500 stipend to selected faculty members to be allocated during the summer A term. Academic Affairs recognizes that not all faculty research can be conducted during the summer months and therefore considers applications for research conducted during the fall term also eligible for support.
Faculty Development Teaching Grants are provided by the Office of Academic Affairs to support faculty in developing improved or innovative instructional strategies for use in current or new courses. These proposals may focus on technology-based innovations or other forms of instructional innovation/improvement. They may extend current University or college initiatives, such as the development of web-enhanced courses or the use of learning communities, or examine other methods of strengthening the University’s curricular offerings. The Office of Academic Affairs regards it as important for the University that these grants be widely distributed across the University’s disciplines. Preference will be given to proposals that will be implemented during the 2013--2014 academic year. These grants are competitively awarded to the most meritorious proposals, providing a $7,500 stipend to selected faculty members for their use in the Summer A term.
Faculty Development grants - Proposal Development - are provided by the Office of Academic Affairs in conjunction with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to support and assist faculty with the development and submission of proposals for major programs of external funding. Grants will be made to faculty or faculty teams for development/preparation of one or more proposals to be submitted to external funding agencies before the end of Summer Term 2014. Funds can be used to pay a stipend to faculty member(s) or can be used for travel to a meeting specific to the proposal, for materials, for student assistance or other expenses related to proposal development. These grants are competitively awarded to the most meritorious proposals, providing a $7,500 internal grant to selected faculty members for their use to develop a proposal for external funding during Summer 2013 Term.
Proposal Development GrantResearch Grant
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