Curriculum Innovation Grants

 

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Curriculum Innovation Grants develop promising innovations in undergraduate and graduate education and enable investigation of their potential for larger implementation. In 2015, $500,000 will be awarded through the Center for Teaching and Learning in Curriculum Innovation Grants of up to $50,000. The 2015 Call for Proposals closed on November 14, 2014 and Awards will be announced on December 17

Learn More about the 2014 CI Grantees and their projects. 

2015 Call for Proposals

Download the 2015 Call for Proposals.

Info SessionWatch the archived webcast from Thursday, October 30, 2014.  Learn More about the application process.

Focus Areas: Teaching Excellence, Online Learning, Hybrid/Blended Learning, Social Learning, Experiential Learning, and Learning Analytics.  Learn More

Proposal Selection: Innovations that enhance the quality of student learning experiences and develop local expertise in priority areas with colleges and departments across the University. Priority will be given to projects that streamline degree pathways and have potential for reducing students' time to degree.  Learn More about Evaluation Criteria.

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