Grants

2019-20 Faculty Development Grant Programs

TRC Grants

 

 

Teaching Skills Study Awards 

Enhances faculty's teaching by attending a conference devoted to university teaching, a high-impact practice, evidence-based practice or a newly developing teaching practice.

DEADLINES

Fall: October 9, 2019, Winter: January 15, 2020
Spring: March 11, 2020, Last Call: May 20, 2020
See Call: Teaching Skills Study Awards

Innovative Course Development Grants 

Supports faculty to redesign or develop a course in ways that implement high-impact, evidence-based, and/or innovative teaching strategies to improve student learning. 

DEADLINE

January 15, 2020
See Call: Innovative Course Development Grants 

Other Grants

For more information regarding other grant programs listed below, contact the grant program department by clicking on the grant program. If further assistance is needed, contact the Teaching Resource Center by email

Grant Program Deadlines

Peer Lab Program

Supports grads/undergrads to hold regular out-of-class supplemental instruction sessions to assist student learning. Award: Peer Leader pay $14.85/hr.

11/4/2020

3/9/2020

Peer Research Consultant Program

Supports grads/undergrads to attend all class sessions, lead discussion groups, and assist students with their research projects. Award: Peer Research Consultant pay $14.85/hr.

11/4/2020

3/9/2020

Faculty/Student Grant 

Initiates and/or develops collaborative research or creative activities between students and faculty. Award: $1,500

11/8/2019

Summer Research Program

Provides funding and resources for undergrads to complete a faculty-mentored research project or scholarly/creative activity (10-weeks) Award: $5,000 Faculty Stipend, $4,000 Student Stipend, $500 for research materials.

3/9/2020

STEM en Familia RCC Summer Research Experience

Provides funding and resources for Riverside Community College students‘ exposure to research in STEM fields. Award: $2,000 faculty stipend $300 Peer Mentor

3/9/2020

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Mentor Awards

Recognizes up to five exemplary student mentors. Award: $2,000

3/9/2020

Assigned Time Grant

Initiates and/or develops collaborative research or creative activities between students and faculty. Award: $4,600

4/6/2020

Community Based Research Mini-Grant

Supports community-based participatory research projects with a clear community benefit. Award: $5,000

10/7/2019,

11/4/2019

12/2/2019,

2/3/2020

Service Learning Fellowships

Supports the inclusion of service learning in either a new or revised course.

Award: $2,000

10/7/2019,

11/4/2019,

12/2/2019,

2/3/2020

 

Grant Program Deadlines

Community Engagement Travel Award

Supports community engagement professional development for faculty through conference participation.

Award: $2,500

10/7/2019, 11/4/2019, 12/2/2019, 2/3/2020

Establishing Community Partnerships Mini-Grants

Supports faculty efforts to establish new community partnerships or further develop existing partnerships.

Award: $3,000

3/3/2020

Outstanding Community Engagement Award

Recognizes faculty for high-quality, impactful community engagement. Award: $1,000

3/3/2020

Summer Research Fellowships 

Provides summer salary or professional development funds to support research, scholarship and/or creative activities.

Award: $3,000

11/25/2019

Professors Across Borders Grant

Facilitates faculty engagement in international research, conference presentations, grant writing and curriculum internationalization. 

Award: $2,500

2/28/2020

Mini-Grants

Provides funds for travel, supplies, student assistants, or assigned time. 

Award: $4,700

3/30/2020

Vital and Expanded Technologies Initiative

Supports technology in service of student success, enriching the curriculum, providing student access to resources, and/or enhancing student technological competency.

Award: Varies.

3/20/2020

Affordable Learning Solutions Grant (AL$)

Encourages faculty to choose, adopt and provide more affordable, quality educational materials for our students; while at the same time enhancing the overall educational experience. By reducing CSUSB student course material expenses by 30% of the current textbook price, students can better acquire the course materials they need to succeed in order to graduate on time. 

If you have already adopted reduced/free instructional materials for the Fall quarter or intend to adopt during 2019-20, apply by filling out this AL$ 2019-2020 application (10 mins. approx).

 

2/7/2020