The Office of Academic Affairs, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Munday Library, and the Office of Instructional Technology of St. Edward’s University invite proposals for the 2019-2020 Innovation Fellowship to design or revise courses. Fellows will receive a $1200 stipend, participate in the Summer 2019 Innovation Institute, which will be held May 20-29, 2019, and join a community of faculty fellows focused on pedagogical innovation. We especially seek proposals for (re)designing general education courses for online delivery. Other areas of focus include high-impact practices, integrative learning, and other research-based curricular innovations.
Proposals are due 4/9/19.
Find all the details and submit your proposal here: https://sites.stedwards.edu/innovationfellowship/cfp-and-guidelines-2019/
Check back here for a new call for proposals for 2017 – 2018 Innovation Fellows to develop new or substantially revised courses in support of the new general education curriculum (scheduled to launch for incoming freshmen in Fall 2018). The new CFP will be shared in late August 2017. For more information about the new general education curriculum, please see the General Education Revision Blog: http://sites.stedwards.edu/seugened/2017/05/16/course-development-guidelines-supported-by-academic-council-for-general-education-framework-components/
Innovation fellowships support faculty who need time, resources, and expertise to include pedagogical experimentation in their courses by providing a $1200 stipend, participation in the Summer 2017 Innovation Institute, May 15-26, 2017, and a community of faculty fellows focused on pedagogical innovation. We encourage applications that focus on a wide variety of pedagogical innovations and experimentation with an emphasis on design or redesign of courses as part of the new general education curriculum or to support our Quality Enhancement Plan, “Vocation: Discovering One’s Purpose in a Changing World”.
Proposals are due Friday, March 10, 2017. For more information about the fellowship, the institute, and detailed instructions for applying, please consult the CFP and Guidelines for 2017-2018 fellowships.
The deadline has been extended for Innovation Fellowships and TLTR Pilots (aka Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants).
CFPs are available online for both the 2016-2017 Innovation Fellowships and the 2016 Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants. Proposals for each are due Monday, February 8, 2016. There is an abbreviated TLTR form for those submitting combined proposals.
These opportunities are open to both tenure-track and non-tenure-track (including adjunct) faculty. You may apply for one or both of these opportunities, even if you have already applied for and received a Presidential Excellence Award for the summer of 2016.
More Information is available online: