Oregon State University

Funding Opportunities

LL Stewart Faculty Development Fund - Applications typically due end of January and end of October (see application materials for revised due dates)

Faculty development awards are given to deserving members of the faculty of Oregon State University for the purpose of permitting and enabling recipients of such awards to keep current in their professional fields and improve upon their abilities to serve Oregon State University, the students of the university, and the colleagues of the award recipients. Emphasis in the awards will be upon activities that contribute to the improvement of teaching at Oregon State University.

LL Stewart Application (pdf)

LL Stewart Guidelines (pdf)

LL Stewart Report (fillable pdf)

Hybrid Course Redesign Funding – Proposals due January 17, 2014

Academic Affairs is offering compensation and course development support to OSU faculty during the Spring 2014 term for the redesign of established undergraduate classroom courses as hybrid courses. Priority will be given to Bacc Core courses. Tenured/tenure-track faculty and instructors with at least 2 years of teaching at OSU are eligible to participate. These funds are in support of participation in the hybrid faculty learning community and the development of a new hybrid course. Academic Affairs will allocate $2,000 per course to each participating faculty member who develops a hybrid course, paid as professional development funds as allowed by OSU policy. If a team of instructors develops a course, the $2,000 will be equally split among them.

Download the RFP (docx) (For reference only - application period has ended; next RFP will be issued in May, 2014)

Hybrid Course Program Deadline Extended - Proposals Due 6 Feb, 2013 - Apply Now!

Global Learning Course Development - Applications due March 13, 2013

This call for proposals is part of the Center for Teaching and Learning’s strategy to deepen and broaden the international and cross-cultural perspectives in the formal curriculum through a Global Learning Course Enhancement Faculty Learning Community (GLC). The first GLC formed during Spring 2012. Thirteen faculty members from diverse fields created new, or revised existing, course syllabi with significant cross-cultural and international perspectives and content. Academic Affairs will allocate $2,000 per course to each participating faculty member who develops a new course or enhances an existing course with a substantial global learning focus. Learn more from the RFP:

Download the RFP (doc) (For reference only - application period has ended)

Incorporating Service-Learning into Your Courses - Applications due November 2, 2012

This professional learning community is for faculty interested in incorporating service-learning into new or existing courses. We will discuss opportunities, challenges, and best practices in service-learning, including how to make the experience meaningful for both students and community partners.  Applications for participation in the Center for Teaching and Learning's Service-Learning Faculty Learning Community are due on 2 November, 2012. Learn more from the RFP:

Download the RFP (doc) (For reference only - application period has ended)

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