[Fcs-faculty] FW: Interdisciplinary Teaching Grants due October 1

Sandra P Earl sandra.earl at fcs.utah.edu
Tue Sep 28 08:45:33 MDT 2010



From: Marilyn Miller Cox
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2010 4:51 PM
To: Sandra P Earl
Subject: FW: Interdisciplinary Teaching Grants due October 1

Sandra,
Would you forward to the faculty?
Thanks,
Marilyn

From: Cristina Swenson
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2010 1:56 PM
To: Cathleen D Zick; Cheryl Wright; CHRISTOPHER A SIMON; Cynthia Berg; Daniel Craig Mccool; Demian Hanks; DENNIS JOHN BRYANT; Elizabeth Ann Cashdan; George F Hepner; Ferris Johnson; Gertruida Magdalena Saunders; Heidi Amundsen Baker; Jayne H Nelson; Jeffrey D Kentor; Jennifer Lynn Robinson; James J Gosling; James F O'Connell; kathryn bond stockton; Kirk Jowers; M David Rudd; Michael D. Eliason; Norman J Waitzman; Peter W Philips; PHILLIP R KESSLER; Phoebe B Mcneally; Pauline W Wiessner; John Steven Ott; STEPHEN E REYNOLDS; Natasha McVaugh Seegert; Thomas Neil Maloney; Joanna M Straughn; Lisa M Clayton; Lynda C Robinson; Marilyn Miller Cox; Mary R Guillory; Michelle Keddington; MONICA KOHLER; Monica Simons; Nancy A Seegmiller; Pamela Jean Schaefer; Shelley Kruger; Ursula Evelina Hanly
Subject: FW: Interdisciplinary Teaching Grants due October 1



From: Jane Marie Denton
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2010 1:57 PM
To: Michelle Briggs; Mary Watkins; SHARON P CHRISTENSEN (CMES); Vicki Jensen; Emily Eardley; Nancy Parker; Laura Marks; Jane Sumner; AGNES KIRCHGASLER; Cheryl Gibson; Allison Brooke Frost; Christine Whipple; Cristina Swenson; Jenny Lind; Elizabeth Jeanne Garman
Cc: Jane Marie Denton
Subject: Interdisciplinary Teaching Grants due October 1

Hello,

Thank you for forwarding this message to the faculty in your colleges.


INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING GRANT PROGRAM
2010-2011 GUIDELINES
Submission Deadline: October 1, 2010

PURPOSE
The purpose of the Interdisciplinary Teaching Seed Grant program is to foster new
interdisciplinary teaching collaborations and course development that will produce innovative
perspectives that both merge disciplines and advance new paradigms of thought.

GENERAL INFORMATION

 *   ID Teaching Seed Grants are designed to support development of new undergraduate or
graduate courses, taught by faculty members from clearly different disciplines.


 *   Preference will be given to faculty who have not previously taught together, and to faculty collaborating across different colleges.


 *   Collaborating departments must agree to schedule these courses during the 2011-12
academic year, as indicated in the chair's letter.


 *   The funding period is July 1, 2011 - June 1, 2012.


 *   Proposed courses should be designed to attract a minimum of 30 students, with the
potential to become permanent courses. *Note that a second year of funding may be
available, based on a second competitive proposal.


 *   All University of Utah faculty are eligible for this funding program.


 *   Members of the Proposal Review Committee are ineligible for funding.


 *   Seed grant awards are for $4000 per P.I., to be used for course buy-out ($3000) and a
faculty research account ($1000).  Maximum awards will fund up to three P.I.'s.


 *   SCH productivity funding will be awarded at a rate of 150%. Distribution will be
determined by the number of departments involved in the course (for example, 75% per
department for two participating departments, or 50% per department for each of three
participating departments).

APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications must be submitted in pdf format to IDTGrant at unite.utah.edu<mailto:IDTGrant at unite.utah.edu> by October 1, 2010.

For assistance please contact Jane Denton at 581-8816 or jane.denton at utah.edu.


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