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Center for Teaching Excellence


Grants

Grants

Each year in partnership with other campus units the CTE offers teaching innovation grants designed to provide resources and support for faculty who are interested in exploring new and cutting-edge approaches in their teaching in ways that promise to enhance student learning. 

3Ds Bootcamp: Design, Develop, and Deliver an Online Course Grant

Application Deadline Has Passed. No further applications are being accepted.

The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), with support from the Office of the Provost, invites faculty to submit proposals for the “3Ds Bootcamp: Design, Develop, and Deliver an Online Course” grant. Hit the ground running with this one-week hands-on intensive workshop that will equip you with the skills you need to launch a top-notch online course. Get ready for hands-on action as you learn to develop your online course using best practices in the field of Distributed Learning (DL). Apply

Innovative Pedagogy Grant

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The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), with support from the Office of the Provost, invites full-time faculty to submit proposals for the revision or development of exemplary courses. The goal of these grants are to invest in the continuous quality improvement of courses taught by faculty who provide students with exemplary, highly engaging courses, offered either in an online, blended, or traditional format. The proposal can address initiatives such as active learning/flipped, diversity and inclusive teaching, technical integration and experiential or integrative learning just to name a few of the possibilities. Apply

GTA Teaching Resource Development Grant

Application Deadline Has Passed. No further applications are being accepted.

Graduate Teaching Assistants are invited to submit proposals for the development of instructional materials, modules, cross-curriculum assessments or other resources that will enhance the quality and depth of undergraduate student learning at the University of South Carolina. The resource(s) to be developed will be chosen by the grantee, designed to be incorporated into a specific course or curriculum, capable of application and transformation into an array of disciplines and/or student learning levels, and shared with CTE for broad distribution. Apply