IMPORTANT UPDATE ON ALLOWABLE EXPENSES
E3 grant proposals can now include up to $2K for faculty summer salary. We realize that summer is often the perfect opportunity to engage in educational innovations, and we want to support your work when the time is right.
NOW ACCEPTING PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS
Proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis until funding has been depleted. Funding is still available!
Grants of up to $10K are available to individual or small groups of Michigan Engineering instructional faculty and staff members.
Applicants should prepare a 2-3 page max proposal that includes the following items:
- Clearly describe the proposed project
- Explain the value of the project
- Identify the specific innovation and its relation to evidence-based practices
- Explain how the project supports equitable instruction and enhanced student learning
- Discuss the project’s potential for application in broader contexts
Optional: Applicants can visit the Feedback Engine voting board to share, build upon, or address ideas on teaching and learning.
Project Evaluation Plan
Explain how the success of this project will be evaluated, documented, and disseminated. Approaches might include midterm course assessments, focus groups, and surveys, among others.
Provide a budget breakdown, which may include graduate or undergraduate student salaries; instructional software and classroom technology not currently available through CAEN or the University; materials and supplies; project evaluation expenses; and/or travel and registration fees for teaching-related conferences, seminars or workshops.
*Update: A maximum of $2K of the project’s total funding can be used to support faculty summer salary.
- Implement a frequent low-stakes, mastery-based assessment strategy supported by digital tools (such as MiQuizMaker) in a high-enrollment course and measure the impact on student outcomes
- Transform a traditional lecture-based course or series of courses to an active learning and/or team-based structure to increase student access and engagement
- Develop and implement DEI-focused activities and assignments throughout a core technical course
- Redesign a capstone design course with enhanced industry and/or community engagement
- Explore digital accessibility guidelines and implement best practices to remediate an existing Canvas course
- Apply learning analytics tools to explore and remediate inequitable outcomes in a course
- Run pilots of new and innovative software in courses
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis until all funding is used, with funding decisions made within one month of submission. Upon award, grant recipients are encouraged to schedule a consultation with CRLT-Engin to support progress.