Starting a Teaching & Learning Center?
Interested in Educational Development?
THE START-UP GRANT PROGRAM HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED. PLEASE CHECK BACK. THANKS. (posted on July 15, 2020)
Start-up Grant Seekers
If you or your institution has not been a member of POD, POD now offers a start-up grant of $300 to support your initial conversations and planning for a new center.
No need to fill out any lengthy forms. Simply email POD’s Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your message, indicate briefly what educational development support you are considering, how you plan to use the start-up funds, and information about your college or university. We favor proposals that support and facilitate community-building, including activities that support and/or promote faculty & educational development on campus with the aim of creating a new center for teaching and learning. Once your proposal is reviewed by the start-up grant reviewers, you will be notified. Note that proposals are reviewed quarterly.
Enjoy Your Fund!
You may use the funds to have refreshments or supplies for an initial gathering of faculty who may be interested in planning a center.
Funding is limited.
Recent Start-up Grant recipients
- Michael Degnan, Hilbert College
- Shelley Steenrod, Salem State College
- Mary Romanello, College of Mount St. Joseph
- Tasha Souza, Humboldt State University
- Jackie Giacobbe, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
- Brigitte Valesey, Widener University
- Brandon Fredenburg, Lubbock Christian University
- Anne Maggs, Northwest Christian College
- Bob Cole, Monterey Institute on International Studies