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Smith teaching/learning grant applications due March 30

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University faculty with innovative ideas to impact teaching and “demonstrably enhance” undergraduate learning can apply through March 30 for a $7,000 Smith Teaching and Learning Grant.

Up to seven will be awarded, and recipients will be announced in April.

Requirements include a project overview, work plan, citation list and chair endorsement. Eligible applicants cannot have received Smith grants in the past four years. They must be faculty with instructional responsibilities appointed half-time or more and continuing employment in academic year 2017-18.

Details are online at https://vpue.wsu.edu/FacultyGrants/SmithTeachingLearningGrants/. For more information, contact Jeannie Holt, jmholt@wsu.edu or 509-335-8044, or Mary Wack, mwack@wsu.edu.

The Samuel H. and Patricia W. Smith Teaching and Learning Endowment was established in 2000 when WSU President Smith retired after 15 years of service. The fund rewards innovative ideas to enhance teaching and learning at WSU.

 

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