Classroom Enhancement Grants – These grants are designed to enrich the academic experience for the students by providing faculty with resources to be used in or out of the classroom for activities or equipment directly related to the curriculum of the course.
Consideration: Rolling, until all funds exhausted; applications will be reviewed every Friday
Faculty Development Grants – These grants provide opportunities for faculty to attend pedagogy-specific workshops or conferences and/or to receive additional training that will improve or develop new teaching skills or methods. Please visit the Kennesaw University Teaching Conferences Directory to see an extensive and current list of conferences.
Deadline: Available for expenditure made after July 1, 2020
Global Classroom Grants – Awarded in partnership with Newcomb-Tulane College and the Center for Global Education, these grants provide faculty with the means to infuse their curriculum with a new or enhanced global perspective.
*Suspended until further notice.
Teaching Professor Conference Grants – CELT wants to support your attendance at the Teaching Professor conference. This support will be extended to tenure-line faculty, professors of practice, administrative faculty, and adjunct faculty teaching courses at Tulane in 2019-20.
Our support will cover the registration costs to attend the conference. Transportation to the conference and meals will be the responsibility of individual faculty. Funds are not unlimited, but we do wish to encourage a strong cohort of attendance.
Deadline: This application is now closed due to the exhaustion of funds.
Undergraduate Research grants (academic year and summer) – These grants support projects and initiatives to promote faculty-mentored undergraduate research or creative scholarly engagement, consistent with Tulane’s mission of outstanding undergraduate education in a research university.
Academic Year: Award for Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research
Deadline: September 15 | 11:59 pm
Summer: Award for Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research
Deadline: March 25 | 11:59 pm
Nominees should have achieved success in:
Making distinctive contributions to teaching such as challenging and well organized presentations of the subject, adaptability to the learning needs of students, innovative approaches to course materials, creation of scholarly materials for student use, and availability to students outside of class.
Influencing students beyond the formal role as a teaching such as advising or mentoring individual students, advising student organizations or groups, serving on teaching and curriculum committees, interacting informally with students.
Helping students such as aiding in case of illness or other emergencies, advising students confronted with personal problems.
All regular full-time Tulane University faculty are eligible who hold a the following academic titles: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Professor of Practice and Senior Professor Practice.
Deadline: February 21
The President’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching were established in 2000 and have been given to full-time faculty members who have a sustained and compelling record of excellence in teaching and learning and an ongoing commitment to educational excellence. The nomination process is open to all faculty and students in all academic units.
Faculty nominated for the awards must be permanent full-time faculty with a demonstrated record of teaching excellence.
Deadline: February 21
Each of these databases is a work constantly in progress and is subject to change. Please email the contact or department directly for award specific information, CELT is only affiliated with the CELT specific funding opportunities listed. If you would like to make a change or update any award information please email Liv at firstname.lastname@example.org.