Mini-Grants

CETL mini-grants support new teaching projects or allow faculty to expand on current projects. Applicants must demonstrate a strong commitment to teaching.

Projects should fall into one of three tracks:

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
  • General Pedagogy and Teaching Practices
  • College to Careers

Awards are up to $3,500 and can be used for summer support, travel, research supplies, and/or a GRA/GTA line.Faculty who apply, submit:

  1. A curriculum vitae
  2. The online proposal will include a brief (500-word max.) description of the project and goals plus a separate budget justification.

The application portal will open March 15.

All applications must be received on or by May 17, 2019.

Direct questions to Laura Carruth (CETL Director) at lcarruth@gsu.edu.

Application will open March 15.
Apply by May 17, 2019.


2018-2019 Mini-Grant Awardees


2016-2017

  • Namisi Chilungu, Laura Meyers, and Catherine Perkins
    Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders; Early Childhood and Elementary Education; and Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Gladys Francis
    World Languages & Cultures
  • Lynda Goodfellow
    Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions
  • Kevin Hsieh
    School of Art & Design
  • Raul Llorente
    World Languages & Cultures
  • Gilad Rabinovitch and Martin Norgaard
    School of Music
  • Elina Stroeva
    Chemistry
  • Feng Yang
    Kinesiology & Health

 

MOLLY BASSETT, RELIGIOUS STUDIES

 

MARIA ELENA BURMUDEZ, WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURES

 

CHRIS GOODE, PSYCHOLOGY

 

MELISSA MCLEOD, ENGLISH

 

GRACE O, ECONOMICS

 

ASHLYN SWARTOUT & IRENE DABOIN, PSYCHOLOGY

 

JESSICA TODD, NUTRITION

 

BETHANY TURNER-LIVERMORE, ANTHROPOLOGY