Funding Opportunities for Teaching and Learning

Office of Research at UCF - provides funding opportunities for faculty members, including internal and external sources.

Department of Education - provides a list of sites offering grants to individuals through the DOE.

Resources for Grants, Foundations, and Scholarships - this meta-site provides a thorough list of websites that can guide faculty members through the funding process, and direct them to funding opportunities.

Grants, Foundations, and Non-Profit Organizations - pages designed by the Orlando County Library System that compiles funding sources.

FIPSE Grant Database - the Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education provides an online, searchable database for funding opportunities related to teaching and learning.

Grants and Awards, POD Network - the Professional and Organizational Development Network provides grants and awards for faculty that "contribute new knowledge or tools to the field of instructional, faculty, and organizational development."

Community of Science - hosts a comprehensive database that allows you to search for funding resources for any discipline.


Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Michael Strawser
College of Arts and Humanities Michael Strawser All true education and edification (or Bildung, which nicely captures the meanings of both words) is based on respect, and I am thankful to have consistently scored highest in this category on my student perception of instruction forms. There are several ways that I try to respect my students, perhaps the most im...

Ann Marie Whyte
College of Business Administration Ann Marie   Whyte Consistent with my goal of becoming a more effective educator, my teaching style has evolved considerably over the years. I recognize that students learn in a variety of ways, and I seek to create a rich environment that is conducive to student learning. During the spring and summer semesters, I typically t...

Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha    Janowsky Students enter my classroom with intuitions about "why people do what they do." No matter the course modality or class enrollment, my goal is to challenge these ideas and get students thinking "like scientists." To that end, I encourage students to share and then reassess their theories in light of course ...