Bush Mini-Grant Funds Available
Wednesday, August 15, 2007 (Around 7 years ago)
Mini-grants to faculty and/or departments/programs will assist in enhancing teaching. A limited number of mini-grants will be awarded according to the following procedures and criteria:
- Applications by eligible individual faculty members or departments/programs for projects about teaching and learning must be submitted by March 19. Application guidelines can be found on the Kendall Center Website.
Funding for projects is only available through December 31, 2007; all materials or travel must be received or completed by December 31, 2007 to qualify for grant funds.
Funds for these grants are limited for up to $1,500. Faculty will be notified should additional funds become available during the extension period of the grant.
- We welcome applications from all faculty and/or departments/programs. Priority for mini-grants will be given to faculty and departments/programs who have not been awarded Bush grant funding since the inception of the grant in fall 2000. Faculty who have been awarded a Bush grant and who have not completed their final report are ineligible to receive further funding.
For more information, see the Kendall Center Website or contact Laura Behling or Jennifer Ackil, Co-Directors.