The University recognizes that many desirable faculty projects do not fall conveniently into categories recognized by granting agencies; further, the University recognizes that some worthy projects are of short term and moderate or low cost circumstances which often discourage the preparation of lengthy proposals.
The purpose of the Faculty Instructional Grants Program is to offer full-time faculty members of John Carroll University small grants to provide incentive for the development of new or alternative teaching strategies and methods, course materials, or learning aids directly related to the University curriculum.
Faculty Instructional Grants proposals should not include requests for faculty salaries or for reduced teaching loads.
The awardee is expected to submit an evaluation report upon the completion of the project.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE APRIL 7, 2014.
Total Amount Requested
Explain the specific instructional objectives of the proposed project:
Provide a detailed narrative of the project, including a timeline for completion and a plan of evaluation.
Provide an itemized budget, including specifics regarding any of the following allowable expenses: Books and other publications; software; student assistance; technical assistance; rental of equipment; consumable supplies or materials; other items.
Please attach a letter from Department Chair commenting on the applicability of the project to the department's instructional program. The letter may be submitted separately to the Associate Academic Vice President for Faculty Development and Summer Programs.
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