Grant and Research Opportunities

 STUDENTS (UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE):

Research Grant
Requests for Research proposals are announced and funds are awarded each Fall. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Chunfei Li, cli@clarion.edu, 814-393-2570.

 Student Research / Scholarship Grant Guidelines and Proposal Form

Travel Grant
Requests for Travel proposals are accepted and funds are awarded all academic year. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Chunfei Li, cli@clarion.edu, 814-393-2570.

Student Research / Scholarship Travel Grant Guidelines and Application

faculty AND STAFF :

PASSHE Faculty Professional Development Committee (PASSHE FPDC) Grant
The State System of Higher Education Faculty Professional Development Council encourages continuous attention to the professional growth and development of System faculty as teaching scholars. The Council has addressed a wide range of faculty interests, needs, and talents, and provides professional development opportunities for faculty at all levels and in all disciplines and professional fields. The PASSHE FPDC grant is intended to provide professional growth opportunities for individual faculty incorporated with the three strategic priorities of the Board of Governors in the System Redesign, which includes a strong focus on projects that encourage student success. Requests for proposals are announced each Fall and funds are awarded each Spring. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Amy Esterhuizen, aesterhuizen@clarion.edu, 814-393-2162

Clarion University-Wide Faculty Professional Development Committee (University-Wide FPDC) Grant
The Clarion University-Wide Faculty Professional Development Committee (University-Wide FPDC) Grant is designed to encourage continuous attention to the professional growth and development of Clarion University Faculty as teaching scholars; and to support faculty in reaching and maintaining a high professional standard in relationship to their subject matter, teaching, scholarly activity, and public service. This grant is intended for faculty. Requests for proposals are announced and funds are awarded each semester (Fall and Spring). If you have questions, please contact Dr. Amy Esterhuizen, aesterhuizen@clarion.edu, 814-393-2162

Teaching, Training and Instruction Grant (TTIG)
Clarion University honors the importance of faculty professional development in the area of teaching/instruction. In this spirit, the University's TTIG supports formal training and activities that foster instructional improvement for groups of faculty. Applicants may design, propose, and carry out activities that enhance instruction, curriculum, and/or evaluation. Examples include, but are not limited to: innovative instructional ideas; faculty members as teachers and researchers; exploration of methodology; incorporating new technology or computer-aided instruction; teaching excellence/best practices; understanding today's learners; peer mentoring/coaching; multidisciplinary cooperation and curricula; building teaching and learning communities; and continuous data-based improvement using assessment/reflection. This grant is intended for faculty. Requests for proposals are announced and funds are awarded each Spring. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Amy Esterhuizen, aesterhuizen@clarion.edu, 814-393-2162

Clarion University Community Fellows Grant
Clarion University and outlying campuses recognize the importance of the institutions' public mission and through support from the Clarion University Foundation, celebrate the value of collaborating with community members and non-profit organizations. Proposal ideas may include People and Communities, Economic Development, Local Government Finance and Administration, Community Service, Natural Resources and Environment, Rural Values and Social Change, Education Outreach, and Health and Welfare Concerns. Awarded partners will have one year from the date of the award to complete the proposed work. All projects supporting graduate or undergraduate research will be required to be present at the Academic Excellence Series in April. This grant is intended for faculty and/or staff partnerships with community representatives. Requests for proposals are announced and funds are awarded each Fall. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Amy Esterhuizen, aesterhuizen@clarion.edu  814-393-2162               

 

Last Updated 3/4/20