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Harrison Faculty Development Grants


Posted 10/25/2017
Submitted by Gina Lewis
Category: Campus Announcements

NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY

Call for Applications: Harrison Faculty Development Grants

Walter Harrison Faculty Development Grants

2017-18

The Harrison Faculty Development (HFD) Grants are intended to serve the needs of mid to late career faculty and the University of Hartford by supporting significant scholarly efforts. The maximum award is $8,000. Funds may be used to support (including, but not limited to):                                                              

                                                                        1) course releases 

                                                                        2) conference expenses 

                                                                        3) technology expenses 

                                                                        4) software purchases 

                                                                        5) student research assistants 

                                                                        6) statistical/data analysis consultant

Individuals eligible for HFD Grants must be full-time faculty of the University of Hartford who have been awarded tenure, or in the the case of ETC or Clinical/Applied faculty, passed the comprehensive review.  Each year preference for one award will be for a project in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  A review committee, Chaired by the Associate Provost will consist of the Chair of the Faculty Senate Nominations Committee, a recent winner of the Tonkin or Larsen awards and three full professors.  

Complete guidelines and application form can be found on ned forms http://ned.hartford.edu/forms/forms.htm  Submit proposal via email in a single PDF document to clsaunder@hartford.edu.

Application Deadline: Monday, November 20, 2017 - 4 p.m.