Teaching Beyond the Classroom Faculty Grant Application

Who is eligible? All College of Arts and Letters faculty, including adjuncts and visitors, are eligible to apply for a Teaching Beyond the Classroom Interim Grant for their undergraduate classes. You may apply for up to four separate grants (but only one per course) during the academic year provided that the total funding requested does not exceed $1,500 annually. Additionally, department chairs, directors of undergraduate studies, and the like may make one application per year for large-scale events not tied to a single course. Proposals are reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Use this application to apply for the Small TBC Grant - up to $1,500. Once you have completed this application, please send, to teshka.1@nd.edu, a 500-word summary of the proposal, including (1) the nature of the event, cultural excursion, or activity, (2) specific learning goals - the ways in which the event, cultural excursion, or activity will fulfill the objectives of the course and enhances students' intellectual lives, (3) the extent to which the course is integral to the students' major, and (4) whether or not sutdents will be required to complete a substantial project. Also include an itemized budget for your projected expenses, including equipment, supplies, computer services, library or laboratory fees, photocopying, telephone, postage, travel, and the like.

When necessary, please provide proof of compliance with the Office of Risk Management and Safety - e.g., liability waivers, campus-issued driver certifications for faculty and staff transporting students in personal or University-owned vehicles, and the like. Contact the Office of Risk Management at 631-5037 and ask for a waiver and release of liability form or visit http://riskmanagement.nd.edu/.

Please allow a week for processing.

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