Wabash Center Large Project Grants

Wabash Center Large Project Grants

Deadlines: March 1 and October 1

NB: Faculty are eligible to apply for these grants.

The Wabash Center provides funds for activities that enhance teaching and learning in the fields of religion and theology. It seeks to fund projects that promote a sustained conversation about pedagogy through the improvement of practical applications of teaching and learning methods, the encouragement of research and study of pedagogical issues, and the creation of a supportive environment for teaching.

The grant program is concerned primarily with building the capacity of institutions and faculties for sustained pedagogical conversations. It also serves to empower and encourage others to initiate relevant change within their home institutions. In addition, all applications are expected to reference specific classroom practices and challenges.

Grant Levels
 Small Project Grants for amounts up to $5,000 (previously the maximum was $2,500) have a short application process and can be approved anytime throughout the year. Rolling Deadline

 Project Grants for amounts up to $30,000 require a full application process and are awarded at two different times during the year. Deadlines: March 1 and October 3

Annual Deadlines
• March 1
• October 3
• Small Project Grants (up to $5,000) can be submitted at any time during the year.

Activities Funded
Projects might involve meetings of scholars across schools, regions, denominations, or subject areas to think about syllabi, teaching strategies, student learning styles, or teaching as a vocation. Or they might involve a single department experimenting with creative ways to enhance teaching or a doctoral institution helping their students prepare for teaching careers. We encourage interested applicants to propose creative projects that will enhance their particular teaching and learning contexts.

Click here for more information.

Dr. Paul O. Myhre
Associate Director, Wabash Center
(800) 655-7117

(updated on 1.11.17)

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