Summer Instructional Development Grant - The purpose of the Summer Instructional Development Grant is to provide faculty with an incentive to implement innovative projects designed to significantly enhance an existing course with the goal of improving student learning and success at Purdue University Fort Wayne.
CITL Administered Grants (open to all tenure track and non tenure track faculty)
Active Learning Grants - Offered in conjunction with the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL), each grant will be awarded for the implementation of a teaching strategy that engages students more actively in learning.
Faculty Learning Communities - As part of the CITL's mission to promote transformative learning experiences for IUB instructors, the CITL sponsors multiple Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) each year.
Jesse Fine Fellowship - The Jesse Fine Fellowship supports the development of new and revised courses that address practical and professional ethics in curriculum across the University.
Student Learning Analytics Fellows - IU Bloomington's Learning Analytics Fellows Program is a community of scholars interested in using analytical data to further student achievement and success both within and across programs, departments, and schools.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Grants - These grants provide phased levels of funding for new and ongoing studies about teaching and learning that help further the Communities of Inquiry which have become integral to Indiana University’s SOTL Program.
Summer Instructional Development Fellowships - This program supports faculty members’ efforts to enhance student learning by encouraging innovative approaches to instruction and the development of measurable learning outcomes.
Summer Writing Teaching Grants - Dedicated to helping faculty design undergraduate courses that use writing in innovative and fruitful ways.
IUB Libraries Administered Grants (Information Literacy grants)
Course Grants for design or revision of undergraduate or graduate courses which integrate information literacy
Curriculum Grants for an academic program that will integrate information literacy into its curriculum
Chancellor's Community Engagement Course Development Grant ($2000) to support faculty as they develop or modify a course based on best practices in service learning
Erwin and Priscilla Boschmann Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Grant - This award is offered annually to full‐time faculty to support research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) at Indiana University East.
Faculty Fellowship in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning - This opportunity is designed to offer faculty members an opportunity to cultivate and share their knowledge, techniques, and information on a particular teaching topic.
- Applied Learning Grants - Applied Learning grants must be submitted by a faculty member on behalf of one or more students.
Mid-Career Research/Creative Activity and Innovations in Curriculum and Student Success - To provide living costs for faculty who intend to devote an entire summer to intensive research, broadly defined to include the scholarship of discovery, integration, application and teaching. Total Award is $11,000.
Student Success Grants - The purpose of the Student Success Grants is to provide faculty with resources to implement projects designed to improve student learning and success.
Center for Teaching and Learning Early Career Teaching Academy - provides the setting within which faculty members can develop themselves into powerful teachers who are rooted in a desire for student success through evidence-based active teaching strategies and high-impact educational practices.
Center for Teaching and Learning Curriculum Enhancement Grants - The Curriculum Enhancement Grant (CEG) provides faculty with technical and instructional support, time, and funds to implement projects designed to improve student learning and success at IUPUI, IUPU Columbus, and IUFW.
Center for Service and Learning grants - The Center for Service and Learning provides two grant opportunities to faculty and staff to support service learning and civic engagement.
RISE Curriculum Development Grants - Faculty are encouraged to apply for a $2,500 grant for professional development or summer support to develop a new course or to redesign an existing course in line with RISE criteria.
STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute Seed Grants - this opportunity provides funding to faculty members to develop, implement, and evaluate the impact of pedagogical innovations across multiple IUPUI STEM courses. The projects are eligible for an award of up to $30,000 each.
Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence grants - Academic Affairs has implemented a Strategic Excellence Grant program. These competitive, grants of $2,500 are available to full-time IU Southeast employees who have teaching responsibilities and meet standards for quality course design.
Improvement of Teaching grants - These grants support faculty efforts to promote the improvement of teaching at IU Southeast.
Summer Faculty Fellowship in Teaching - The purpose of the fellowship is to encourage high-quality scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) that furthers the teaching mission of IU Southeast.
Center for Online Education Course Development Grant - Online Course development grants are available for existing face-to-face courses, new IUOCC courses, and new courses that are part of joint online degree programs.
Excellence in Online Teaching Award - This award honors one faculty member per year who shows evidence of outstanding online teaching for a fully online or hybrid/blended course. Awardees will receive a one-time stipend of $1,000 and a Certificate of Recognition, and will be featured in the Center for Online Education (COE) website.
IUSB Supplemental Travel Grant - Supplemental Travel Grants were established to supplement unit travel funding for faculty to disseminate their scholarship or travel with students to disseminate their scholarship.
IUSB Academic Affairs Grants - The Office of Research coordinates a variety of activities in support of this research and creative work of the faculty.
Materials for Active Learning Techniques - Active Learning Techniques are teaching strategies that force students out of the passive listening mode. By engaging in activities such as reflecting, debating, creating, and evaluating, students come to a deeper understanding of the subject matter and skills.
Teaching with Technology Fair and Seed Grant - The SEED (Software and Equipment for Engagement and Discovery) Grant provides faculty an opportunity to explore the use of technology in their courses.
UCET/FACET Faculty Development Awards - Awards are for travel/fees related to instructional/course development (e.g. to attend faculty development seminars, conferences, workshops, or to visit a faculty member or program on another campus).
UCET Teaching Fellows Program - Our UCET Faculty Development Fellows outreach program provides resources and support for you to share your skills and knowledge with colleagues. UCET Fellows will provide workshops, consultations, or work on projects with their colleagues to improve the overall quality of teaching on our campus.