The Citadel

The Military College of South Carolina


Faculty Development & Presentation Grants

Deadlines: Applicable Fiscal Year: July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018

Application deadline

Committee recommendation

Dean’s decision

Period covered

Sep 8

Sep 20

Sep 22

Oct - Dec

Nov 3

Nov 30

Dec 7

Jan - Mar

Feb 3

Mar 1

Mar 8

Apr - Jun

Apr 14 (next FY)

May 15

May 23

Jul - Sep

 

All applications are due at close of business, 3:00 PM, on the date specified. A decision on funding should be reached three to four weeks after the due date.

Eligibility:  All tenured and tenure-track assistant professors, associate professors, and professors in the School of Science and Mathematics who maintain an up-to-date on-line curriculum vita are eligible to apply.

Application Form:  Applicants must use the current application form and provide all indicated information within the document.

Submission Procedure:  An electronic version is submitted via the Submit Application form. One hard copy must be submitted to Patricia Bergmann, School of Science and Mathematics, 210 Grimsley Hall.

Funding Limits:  The total funding limit for fiscal year 2017 will remain at $2,000 per person. Multiple applications are permitted, but the approval of subsequent applications may be subject to considerations of an equitable allocation of opportunities.

Supported Expenses:  Faculty Development & Presentation Grants support the professional development of faculty by funding the presentation of faculty research and opportunities to improve their teaching and research. Read the specific Criteria for Faculty Development & Presentation Grants before completing an application. The application must address at least one of the listed criteria. Also, note the types of expenditures that are excluded under these criteria. Activities which do not meet the listed criteria may be approved only in rare exceptions and require extraordinary justification. General restrictions on expenses may be found in the Budget Guidelines and FAQ.

Review Process:  The school's Faculty Grants Committee will rank applications on a scale of 0 to 3, where 0 means do not fund, 1 means fund if resources are available, 2 means recommended for funding, and 3 means recommended with a high priority. The committee will consider the clarity with which the proposed activities are presented, the degree to which the criteria are met, the clarity with which the proposed benefits to the applicant and The Citadel are presented, the apparent feasibility of the proposed activity, and cost effectiveness of the proposed expenditures.

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