Research, Scholarship and Creativity Grants Grant
Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Grants are available to support faculty members in their professional scholarly and creative work.
- Application Checklist and Budget Form
- Submit electronically in a PDF format to John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Deadline Monday, February 13, 2017.
- Grants are available for Research, Scholarship and Creativity expenses.
- Beginning 2014, one RSC grant will be designated for an Area of Focus from the Academic Strategic Plan or the Mission of the College. For the 2015-2016 grant period the Area of Focus is Interdisciplinarity.
- Applications will be accepted for stipends and project costs, and for stipends only.
- Joint applications are accepted.
- One faculty member cannot receive both the Research, Scholarship, and Creativity grant and the Presidential Faculty/Student Collaboration grant in the same year.
- Competitive, but a large number are funded each year.
- Provides a combination of stipend and program support.
- Awards are made in the spring for the following academic year; project expenses must be incurred and reimbursed during that fiscal year (June 1st - May 31st).
There are no rigid guidelines, but generally your report will be 2-3 pages in length and should summarize the activities and outcomes of your sabbatical. You should include information about how well you accomplished the goals you set for yourself in your proposal, any outcomes (publications, revised syllabi, conference presentations, new research directions, etc.), and plans for continuing your research/writing/curriculum revision. Please feel free to include any observations about anything else that was important to you and/or any problems you encountered about which the Provost's Office should be aware.
For more information, contact the Faculty Development Committee.
The Kendall Center has several books on Research, Scholarship and Creativity available to faculty at the Folke Bernadotte Library.
- Developing and Sustaining a Research-Supportive Curriculum: A Compendium of Successful Practices, Council on Undergraduate Research Council on Undergraduate Research, 2007.
- Enhancing Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning, Maryellen Weimer, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2006.
- Faculty Collaboration: Enhancing the Quality of Scholarship and Teaching, Ann E. Austin and Roger G. Baldwin, George Washington University, 1991.
- Faculty Priorities Reconsidered: Rewarding Multiple Forms of Scholarship, KerryAnn O'Meara and R. Eugene Rice, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2005.
- Getting It Published: A Guide for Scholars and Anyone Else Serious about Serious Books, William Germano, The University of Chicago Press, 2001.
- The Musical Experience of Composer, Performer, Listener, Roger Sessions, Princeton University Press, 1974.
- The Subject is Research: Processes and Practices, Wendy Bishop and Pavel Zemliansky, Boynton/Cook Publishers, 2007.
2016-2017 Grants Awards
2015-2016 Grants Awards