1000 E. University, Dept. 3334, Coe Library 510
Laramie, WY 82071
Do you have a
passion for unlocking inquisitive minds? Do you love challenging, inspiring,
and interacting with first-year students through active learning? If so, the
2014 John P. Ellbogen Summer Institute is for you.
These workshops will provide an introduction to the philosophy, research, and best practices that support the significance of the First-Year Seminar. You will receive assistance and concentrated time to design your new course. Additionally, we will guide you through the course approval process. Successful applicants will be awarded a $1000 summer stipend to be paid in June 2014.
For more details and instructions on how to apply, click here.
USP 2015 requires a substantial update to developing students' communication skills. In place of separate "writing intensive" and "oral communication" courses, the new COM2 and COM3 designations promote a focus on the broad variety of communication knowledge and skills that can help students be successful in academic, disciplinary, and professional settings. The ECTL is sponsoring up to twelve $500 mini-grants to support and encourage development of these communication courses.
Deadline for applications is Friday April 4th, 2014. For more and information and details on how to apply, click here.
The Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning has a limited amount of discretionary funds available for instructors who are interested in furthering their professional development as it relates to teaching and learning. Potential uses of these funds might include attending or presenting at teaching conferences or workshops, and/or purchase of materials that enhance instruction. To apply for one of these grants, click here.
The Service, Leadership, and Community Engagement (SLCE) Office is proud to support faculty initiatives to increase service opportunities for students. SLCE is pleased to announce the availability of Service-Learning Mini-Grant Awards. These grants, typically between $250 and $750, are available to fund the implementation of new service-learning projects or the improvement of established projects in existing courses. Grants will be awarded to faculty on a competitive basis according to the selection criteria.
The Service-Learning Mini-Grants seek to encourage opportunities for active student experiences that enhance classroom learning through addressing community needs.
Click here for additional information and how to apply for supportive funds.
The UW International Programs Office, in conjunction with the Provost's Office, provides travel grants that will further the goals of internationalization at UW. For more information, click here.
The deadline has passed for the Conference Travel Grant. Please watch this site for future opportunities.
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to offer several competitive mini-grants (individual or group) to support attendance at training and professional development conferences in assessment of student learning. By attending national workshops/conferences in this field, you will be able increase your skills and knowledge in one of the following areas
The deadline has passed for the American Heritage Center Teaching and Research Grant. Please watch this site for future opportunities.
The American Heritage Center supports the University of Wyoming's charge of teaching, research, public service, and cultural outreach by enabling and promoting the study and interpretation of our nation's history. This grants program offers an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to pursue projects such as independent or collaborative research projects, course development, and symposia that use AHC's resource material as the basis of the project/course/symposia. A special award is also available for the dissemination of research and projects. For more information, click here.