The Academic Technology Unit of UNF’s Information Technology Services seeks to provide small financial grants to support the academic technology needs of faculty at UNF. The purpose of these grants is to support and advance the technology needs of the faculty in service of their teaching, research/creative, and service activities. The grant program will provide support of up to $1000 towards information technology requirements per funded individual project, or up to $2000 for multiple faculty members working together. Funds can be used for technological needs for projects including, but not limited to, costs of hardware, software, databases, student assistants for technological development, or networking capability. Projects should support the research and/or teaching mission of the university. Innovative projects that directly or indirectly benefit students will be given priority. Additionally, faculty are encouraged to seek matching funds or similar support from their departments, colleges, and university centers (and indicate such support in their proposal).
All permanent full-time faculty are eligible to apply, subject to the restrictions below:
Application deadlines will be the fourth Friday after the beginning of the Fall and Spring terms. Applications must be received by the Director of Academic Technology no later than 5:00 p.m. on the deadline date. Late or incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Dr. Gordon F.M. RakitaProfessor of Anthropology & Director of Academic TechnologyUniversity of North Florida1 UNF Drive, Building 51, Room 2304Jacksonville, FL 32224-2659Phone: email@example.com
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