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Scholarly Teaching Grant

A Scholarly Teaching Grant is given to assist faculty members in implementing pedagogical innovations in their classes based on the relevant scholarly literature. A careful review of the relevant scholarly literature is required and the pedagogical innovation has to be guided by those findings. A thorough assessment of the teaching innovation and sharing the results at LMU is also required, but it does not have to yield a scholarly publication.

Application Material

Deadline

Application Package

Chair Evaluation Form

Dean Evaluation Form

Final Report Instructions

 Grants 2015-16 

January 30, 2015

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 Grants 2014-15 

January 31, 2014

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 Grants 2013-14 

May 3, 2013

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Additional Grant Deadline: May 9, 2014 - please use 2014-15 Grant Application Material.

Grant award decisions are informed by this evaluation rubric.

2014-15 Scholarly Teaching Grant Awardees:

James Bunker, Communication Studies
Encouraging, Implementing, and Assessing Higher Education Student Civic Engagement and Service Learning in the University Classroom

Angela James, African American Studies
Active Learning to Teach Quantitative Reasoning: Revamping Social Research Methods AFAM 208

Previous Scholarly Teaching Grant Awards