CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The 250th Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education is the University’s principal resource for curricular innovation. All proposals for new or reimagined courses should be submitted through the application portal by January 31, 2023.
ABOUT THE FUND
The Fund invites proposals from faculty members endorsed by their department or program for new or reimagined courses in any subject at any level. Faculty are encouraged to submit proposals for courses with the potential to be offered on a continuing basis. One to three years of funding are available based upon project scope.
All faculty members are eligible to apply to the Fund. Proposals from tenure-track and tenured faculty will be given priority in the selection process, as will courses with medium to large enrollments.
Awards may be used for a variety of purposes, including summer stipends for course development, costs related to new educational technologies, class trips, guest speakers, and other enhancements.
Proposals for complex courses may need to plan their course for a subsequent semester so that there is adequate time to gather resources.
All awardees will have the full support of The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.
The following links contain details about the application process:
Please email Racheal L. Jones with any 250th questions, concerns, or difficulty using the submission portal.