Grants, Fellowships & Awards

The Camden County College Foundation Faculty Mini-Grant
Foundation announces Mini-Grant Proposal opportunities for faculty


Mini-Grants

The Camden County College Foundation Mini-Grant Program has been established to support self-contained projects that make a contribution to the College. Full-time and adjunct faculty, teaching administrators and librarians may apply to the Foundation for full or partial funding of projects. The maximum level of funding per project through the mini-grant program is $1,500, with a maximum of 3 funded projects per year.


Micro mini-grants

Micro mini-grants are funded at a maximum level of $500. They are to be used to directly support a student activity. This is not to fund a program, and can not be used for a stipend or outside speaker. For example, the funds could be used to cover the cost of transportation for a student bus trip, etc.

For more information, please click on the below links to learn about the proposal process.



Faculty Fellowships
Each year, the Teaching Learning Center sponsors up to three Faculty Fellowship Awards in the amount of $1,500 each, for faculty initiatives intended to enhance teaching and learning at the College. A call for proposals is announced periodically inviting faculty to apply for this award.



Awards

Exemplary Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning

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Submit your Pedagogical Article for the Mc-Graw Hill Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award. McGraw-Hill and The Teaching Professor (Magna Publications, Inc.) have joined forces to create an award that recognizes exemplary scholarly work on teaching and learning.


McGraw-Hill and The Teaching Professor (Magna Publications, Inc.) have joined forces to create an award that recognizes exemplary scholarly work on teaching and learning.
To be considered, the piece of scholarly writing must be at least 1,500 words and must have been recently published in a discipline-specific, a cross-disciplinary pedagogical periodical, or a more general higher education publication. The piece of scholarship may address any topic related to college-level teaching and learning. Preference will not be given to a particular kind of scholarship. It may be a research report (quantitative or qualitative), a piece that describes development and/or implementation of a new teaching strategy or assignment, an article that offers advice based on research or experience or both, or an inspirational essay or article that takes a position with respect to an aspect of instruction or a teaching-learning issue. Articles may be nominated by readers or authors.


Submitted articles will be blind reviewed by a panel which will include published authors, editors and faculty familiar with the pedagogical literature. Among a variety of criteria, they will be looking for an article with potential to positively impact the instructional practice of the college teaching community. A complete list of criteria, other award details and submission procedures may be found at: www.teachingprofessor.com/award.

Plans are underway to disseminate the winning article at The Teaching Professor Conference, in The Teaching Professor newsletter and beyond.

Submit your scholarly work today and get your work the recognition it deserves! Visit www.teachingprofessor.com/award.