The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for Student Success (CETLSS) is offering a variety of grant opportunities during the Spring 2023 semester. Below is an overview of our offerings:
- Teaching Quality Framework Grant: CETLSS is interested in funding projects that focus on enhancing the practice, assessment, and/or support of high-quality teaching at Appalachian State, aligned to App State's Teaching Quality Framework. We are happy to support groups of individuals interested in engaging in this work, such as departments, programs, committees, or interdisciplinary collaboratives. For complete information, including our Google Form application, please click here. Applications are Due February 9, 2023!
- Two Grants for Online Teaching & Learning: The "Online in Time" Faculty Grant & The "Our Online" Program Grant: CETLSS is interested in supporting the development of quality online courses and programs that help departments reach their student success goals. If you are developing or revising an online course, planning a new online program, or hoping to refine and align your program's online presence, let us know. Details and application links are here. A rolling review of applications is currently underway, so please apply as soon as possible if you are interested. UPDATE: Wow! Our online grants reached capacity in record time for Spring 2023. Thanks for your interest, check back later for future grant offerings, and do check out the Online Teaching Community in the meantime. Thanks!
- Mountaineer Mentoring Innovation Grants: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning for Student Success (CETLSS) is now seeking applications for Mountaineer Mentoring Innovation Grants. The purpose of the Mountaineer Mentoring Innovation Grants is to incentivize and recognize innovative approaches to faculty career support and mentorship at Appalachian State University. Funds will be granted to faculty groups and/or units for developing programs that support faculty across the career lifeline, particularly pre-tenure faculty. For more information, please consult the Request for Proposals for the required grant components and other details. When ready to submit your proposal, please use this form. Rolling review of applications will begin on February 9. Please submit this application by February 13, 2023 for full consideration.