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Grants


The CITL is excited to further support WKU faculty through the implementation of the Innovative Teaching Grant and Teaching Development Grant. These two grants are designed to help faculty explore new directions in their teaching through the implementation of everything from smaller scale projects or practices to larger, longer-term pedagogical research. Regardless of the project, through this work we are looking to support and encourage faculty in their exploration of evidence based practice and scholarship that improves student learning and student success.

Information Sessions

Join us to learn more about the purpose of the grants as well as ask any questions you may have about the application and award process.
Facilitated by Marko Dumančić & Micah Logan.

  • February 23, 1:00-1:30pm 
  • March 10, 9:00-9:30am
  • April 6, 3:00-3:30pm

Innovative Teaching Grants

Innovative Teaching Grants fund scholarly projects focused on student learning and activities that facilitate learning. Projects may focus on any pedagogical topic, but priority will be given to online and hybrid learning, high impact practices and diversity, equity and inclusion.

Teaching Development Grants

Teaching Development Grants support faculty interested in designing or redesigning a course, trying something on a smaller scale in the classroom, participating in pedagogical training programs, or presenting their pedagogical work at a conference.

 

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 Last Modified 2/10/22