Congratulations to our faculty colleagues, R. Smith & Kerry San Chirico, Theology & Religious Studies for their instructional project titled "Beguines and Bhaktas in Dialogue: Women's Devotion in Interdisciplinary and Intercultual Perspective."
Internal Grant Program Details
With generous support of the Office of the President, VITAL is pleased to announce the continuation of a special grant category focused on interdisciplinary learning and teaching, based on modifications of the President's Interdisciplinary Grant program. Interdisciplinary courses may be taught by a single faculty member or they may incorporate team-teaching. The purpose of this program is to support full-time Villanova faculty members to develop and implement interdisciplinary learning in courses and/or curricula for undergraduate and/or graduate students at Villanova. The program aims to promote the sustainability of interdisciplinary courses for both online and /or on-campus delivery.
Interested faculty members are highly encouraged to contact Dr. Gabriele Bauer with proposal ideas before submitting a full proposal. Please click on Call for Proposals (PDF) for detailed information on grant proposal submission and project ideas.
For download: Cover Page (.doc) Budget Page (.doc)
Resources for Proposal Development
You are encouraged to contact Dr. Gabriele Bauer, Director, VITAL with proposal ideas before submitting a full proposal. Also, we encourage you to refer to the Proposal Peer Review Form (PDF) as a guide.
Internal Grant Awards on Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning, 2015-2016
With generous support from the Office of the President:
2015-2016 Grant Recipients:
- Hibba Abugideiri, History and Etienne Achille, Romance Languages and Literatures: France, North Africa & Modern Violence
- Lowell Gustafson, Political Science: Origins
- Anthony Lagalante, Chemistry and Timothy McCall, Art History: Italian Renaissance Art through the Lens of Science
Interdisciplinary Grant Review Committee Members for 2016-2017
- Garrett Clayton, Mechanical Engineering
- Amanda Grannas, Chemistry
- James Klingler, Management and Operations
- Billie Murray, Communication