2017 GPPD Career Development Grant Application
The POD Network in Higher Education is soliciting applications for its annual conference grants. POD's Special Interest Group in Graduate, Professional & Postdoctoral Development (GPPD, formerly GPSD) will award 15 grants to graduate students, professional students, and postdocs to attend the annual POD conference, to be held this year in Montreal, Quebec, on October 25-29. Grant recipients pay only $50 toward conference registration and POD membership fees. Grant recipients will still be responsible for travel and lodging. Please complete the application below and submit your CV to the e-mail address provided in the last question to be considered for this award.

PLEASE NOTE:
If you applied to present at the 2017 POD conference, please wait to complete the grant application until after you have heard whether your proposal was accepted. Presenting at the conference is not a requirement to receive this award. Please also note, previous GPSD award winners are not eligible.

Questions?
Contact Outreach & Diversity Co-chairs
Elizabeth Luoma (elizabeth.luoma@yale.edu) or Kimberly Van Orman (kvanorman@albany.edu).

APPLICANT INFORMATION
Last Name/Family Name
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First Name
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E-mail Address
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Institution
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Department/Discipline
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Current Role
(Students only) Expected Graduation Month & Year
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Are you presenting at the 2017 POD Conference?
CRITERION 1: TEACHING EXPERIENCE & EFFECTIVENESS
Your answer should be about 200-400 words. (Text field has a 3000 character limit.)
Please describe your teaching experience and the evidence you have that you are effective as a teacher (e.g. student feedback, course evaluations, teaching awards, and other evidence of student learning.).
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CRITERION 2: DEMONSTRATED COMMITMENT TO TEACHER DEVELOPMENT
Your answer should be about 200-400 words. (Text field has a 3000 character limit.)
Please describe your involvement with development of university instructors (e.g. faculty, postdocs, students) as a participant, facilitator or leader. You might also describe your engagement with educational literature, conferences, online resources, etc.
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CRITERION 3: RELEVANCE OF POD CONFERENCE TO FUTURE CAREER PLANS
Your answer should be about 200-400 words. (Text field has a 3000 character limit.)
How will attending this year's POD conference assist you in discerning or attaining your future career goals?
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CRITERION 4: COMMITMENT TO INCLUSION IN EDUCATION
Your answer should be about 200-400 words. (Text field has a 3000 character limit.)
In what ways have you demonstrated a commitment to inclusion and diversity in your classroom, at your institution or beyond in alignment with POD's mission and values (http://podnetwork.org/about-us/mission/)?
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