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.

 

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Ann Miller
College of Sciences Ann  Miller My goals in the classes I teach are for students to not only develop foundational knowledge and skills in the topic area, but also to develop enthusiasm about the subject, learn about themselves, and learn how to learn. Although these goals may be reached in different ways depending on the semester and the...

Farrah Cato
College of Arts & Humanities Farrah Cato In 2011, I was asked to work in the CAH Dean's Office as Coordinator of Scheduling and Undergraduate Curriculum. I took the opportunity, but refused to give up teaching. Every time I'm in the classroom or working with students, I engage in an incredibly valuable and rewarding process. I get excited when students ...

Tim Brown
College of Sciences Tim  Brown “I want to be a journalist. You know, like Nancy Grace, or Oprah.” Unfortunately, that is an all too common line in my office when I meet students who want to be—or think they want to be—electronic journalists. They have confused entertainment with a calling. It‘s far different in ...