Applications for the Faculty Curricular Innovation Award are currently closed.
I. The Inequality in America Initiative (IAI) and the Mindich Program in Engaged Scholarship (MPES), are excited to announce a new collaboration to support faculty innovations in teaching and learning through the development of undergraduate courses focused on social and economic inequality that employ an engaged scholarship pedagogical approach.
The application for MPES-IAI Curricular Innovation Awards is now open! You may also access the application by cutting and pasting this link into your web browser: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b9DWFsSZBH8fw3z
II. The MPES also announces a third round of funding for Engaged Scholarship Curricular Innovation Awards. This award invites proposals for courses on all topics across the liberal arts and sciences.
The application for MPES Curricular Innovation Awards is also open! You may also access the application by cutting and pasting this link into your web browser:https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6mN442d6Q0MJTOR
- Proposals submitted for either award may be for either departmental, general education, or freshman seminar courses. Proposals may be for the development of new courses, as well as for the substantive redesign of existing courses.
- For more information about the Mindich Program in Engaged Scholarship, please visit the program website, or contact Flavia Peréa, Director, Mindich Program in Engaged Scholarship at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resources on engaged scholarship, including readings, curriculum planning materials, and course syllabi, are available on the Engaged Scholarship Canvas site.
- For more information about the Inequality in America Initiative, please visit the website, or contact Jennifer Shephard, Coordinator, Inequality in America Initiative at email@example.com.