Internal Sources of Funding
UW-Green Bay Funding Opportunities
- Research Council
Visit the Research Council website for details on the next RFP for Grants in Aid of Research, Grants for Integrating Research and Teaching or Research Scholar.
- Instructional Development Council
The mission of the Instructional Development Council is to improve the art of teaching by recognizing outstanding teachers, awarding grants to support faculty travel to training programs, to provide some financial support to faculty who wish to enhance their courses, and to sponsor conferences and short meetings.
UW System Funding Opportunities
Growth Agenda for Wisconsin Grants Program
Proposals due February 21, 2014 Bob Jokisch
Contact Dan McCollum, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration, for more information and institutional deadlines that precede the posted UW System RFP due date.
The University of Wisconsin System is pleased to announce an opportunity for funding to support UW institutional efforts to advance the Growth Agenda for Wisconsin. The Growth Agenda for Wisconsin Grants Program seeks to fund projects that are bold in their vision, designed to transform programmatic or institution-wide practices, and have the potential to be sustained beyond the scope of the grant funding.
Priorities for funding will focus on projects that advance one or more of the three Strategic Goals of the Growth Agenda and model Inclusive Excellence.1 These goals include:
- Increase the number of Wisconsin graduates(i.e., improving access to high-quality academic programs and educational opportunities; increasing retention and graduation rates for all students; enhancing teaching and learning; and supporting strategies and practices that enhance student success, both in the classroom and beyond.
- Help create more well-paying jobs (i.e., tailoring academic programs to meet local workforce needs; and developing the workforce to meet the economic needs of today and tomorrow.
- Build stronger communities (i.e.,improving access to higher education for Wisconsin's PK-12 and adult populations; and fostering engagement and partnerships between UW institutions and their local communities and regions.
Funding will be used to support two broad categories of activities: Institutional Change Grants (ICG) and Conference and Professional Development Grants (CPDG). While the majority of funding will go to the ICG program, the final distribution of the funding between ICG and CPFG will be determined based on the strength of the proposals.
- Applied Research: ARG, WITAG, and PDF Programs - ACSS
Encouraging faculty to utilize their expertise and apply their scholarship to support economic development in Wisconsin.
Contact Dan McCollum, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration, for institutional deadlines that precede the posted UW System RFP due date.
- Wisconsin ESEA Title II Improving Teacher Quality Program (WITQ) - ACSS
This is a competitive grants program for increasing student achievement in the arts, civics and government, economics, English, foreign languages, geography, history, mathematics, reading or language arts, and science, by improving the teaching and principal quality at the K-12 level in Wisconsin's public and private schools. The funds will provide grants to eligible partnerships. Contact Dan McCollum, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Administration, for more information and institutional deadlines that precede the posted UW System RFP due date.
Wisconsin ESEA Title II Improving Teacher Quality Program (WITQ)
Pre-proposals: deadline date for 2014 TBD
Full proposals: deadline date for 2014 TBD