Thank you for your minigrant proposal submission. The proposals will undergo peer review following the peer review guidelines (link) and recommendations for grant funding will be put forward by mid-April. Applicants will be notified of the final internal grant funding decision by late April.
You may contact a member of the Minigrant Review Committee while developing your proposal.
Christa Bialka, Education & Counseling; Sheryl Bowen, Communication and Jens Karlsson, Mechanical Engineering; Henry Carter, Computing Sciences; Markus Kreuzer, Political Science; Thomas Ksiazek, Communication; Michael Posner, Mathematics and Statistics; Jennifer Ross and Colleen Meakim, M. Louis Fitzpatrick College of Nursing; Rachel Skrlac Lo and Terence Yee, Education & Counseling; Yimin Zhang, Mathematics & Statistics
We congratulate the colleagues who have received minigrant awards and wish them the best as they work on their teaching projects.
Link to current grant projects (PDF)
Link to past minigrant awards: Fall 2014 - Spring 2018 (PDF)
"A Novel Approach to Teaching a Foreign Language:” Prof. Barbara Romaine, Arabic Instructor, Global Interdisciplinary Studies, builds on her VITAL minigrant award to author the Arabic workbook, “Write Arabic Now” (Georgetown University Press, 2018).