Applicants should submit the following:
An abstract of proposed use of funds (not to exceed 100 words).
II. Project Description
Applicants will briefly describe the project they envision, with enough detail to provide a clear picture of the project but without technical or specialized description which would obscure the description’s clarity.
Applicants should give special attention to the following:
- The purpose of the project – what are the objectives? What theoretical framework, if any, underlies the project?
- The plan of work – what is the timetable for the work? What special tasks or processes will be involved?
- Anticipated results – if all goes as expected, what can be the expected outcome of the project, and how will it enhance teaching or learning?
A brief, but specific, statement of how the grant will be spent (i.e., equipment, materials, travel, etc.).
All applications must be submitted using the appropriate online submission form.
Please note: the online submission form will only upload PDF attachments which are less than 5MB in size. If you experience any difficulty in submitting your application, please contact Andrea Borowiak in the provost’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219.464.6718.