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Center for Teaching & Learning

Faculty Grants

Faculty are invited to complete an application for a challenge grant. The applications will be submitted through the SharePoint portal. See below for more information about the Faculty Challenge Grants.

If you have any questions about these applications, don't hesitate to contact the chair of Sharing Our Scholarship, Dori Parmenter (Liberal Studies) for assistance. 

QEP Writing-to-Learn Award for Innovative Teaching

Sponsored by the Spalding Quality Enhancement Plan and the Spalding Academic Council.
The Spalding community wants to celebrate the fruits of our innovation, collaboration, and creativity in the classroom!
  • Instructors from any undergraduate academic program are eligible.
  • One award to a full-time faculty
  • One award to an adjunct faculty member
  • $1,000 in supplemental professional development funds to each winner for July 2020-June 2021
  • Applications considered from any course taught between Session 4 of 2018-19 and Session 3 of 2019-20
  • Application period will be open through the end of Session 3 (2019-20).
Call for Submissions will be announced in November 2019.
Winners will be honored at the April 2020 Community Assembly.

To apply, simply submit evidence of your innovative teaching practice in the format of your choice, along with a short cover letter, to