The Teaching Center offers several different funding opportunities for faculty develop and implement new courses.
Teaching Innovation Grants
Teaching Innovation Grants provide the funds required for faculty and academic departments to develop, implement and assess new courses or new approaches to existing courses.
Student Course Development Projects
Student Course Development Projects (SCDP) provides funding for faculty to hire an undergraduate to assist in the development of new course content, learning activities, or learning materials.
College Course Development Fellowship
The College Course Development Fellowship (CCDF) brings together small groups of AS&E faculty to collaborate in developing, planning, and implementing their undergraduate courses. Over the two-semester program, Fellows enjoy intensive support from CETL staff and are each awarded a $1,000 stipend for use in their research and teaching.
College Course Development Grants
The University offers several grants to help faculty develop or significantly revise courses. The AS&E College Course Development Grants are available to all tenure-track and instructional faculty through a number of Arts, Sciences & Engineering (AS&E) offices and programs.
Transparent Assignment Design Fellowship
The Transparent Assignment Design Fellowship (TADF) supports instructors teaching AS&E students in transitioning their non-test assignments using the principles of transparent assignment design. The one-semester fellowship carries a $500 stipend for instructors to use in their teaching and research.
Off-Campus Professional Development
Faculty participants in all our teaching professional development programs (teaching consultations, mid-semester evaluations, communities of practice, grant programs and fellowships, etc.) are eligible for grants to assist with the cost of attending off-campus conferences and workshops on higher education pedagogy and the scholarship of teaching and learning. See the off-campus professional development page for more information.