Grants for faculty research and creative activities are available through the School of Education and Graduate Studies and Research. In addition to submitting proposals for the Distinguished Teacher in Residence: Partnership Professional Development, the Mission in Action Plan (MAP), and Research and Creative Activities Plan (RCAP), faculty can pursue internal seed grants as well as federal and non-federal grants outside of the university. Visit the following links to learn more about grant opportunities outside of School of Education:
Email email@example.com for information about MAP and RCAP proposal requirements.
A portion of the Distinguished Teachers in Residence (DTiR) Program is committed to Partnership Professional Development (former Assigned Time Grants: ATG). Partnership Professional Development begins as proposals developed cooperatively with School of Education Faculty and participating Consortium districts, which are submitted each year for consideration of Partnership Professional Development (former Assigned Time Grant).
Some of the determining factors for selection are based upon:
The proposal packet and guidelines are currently available for AY 2021-2022.