As part of the goal of enhancing academic quality, Initiative 1.7 of Campbell University’s Strategic Plan is to increase and improve faculty development support and funding. This has resulted in a new Faculty Development Grant Program. Professional development funds will be available for faculty, outside of existing support for scholarly pursuits. These funds can be applied to a wide range of activities that align with professional development. Beginning in the 2017-18 academic year, 15 awards, up to $2,500 each, will be available.
The purpose of the Faculty Development Grant is to encourage the professional growth of faculty at Campbell University by providing funding for development activities and opportunities. This grant is not to be used directly to fund research efforts. An ad hoc committee on Support for Faculty Development (Strategic Initiative 1.7) collaborated with faculty and administration to create this new grant in the Fall of 2017. The Faculty Development and Research Committee now administers the grant program.
Qualifications of Applicant / Eligibility
Preference will be given to full-time undergraduate faculty, but part-time and graduate faculty are also eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicants must have completed at least one full year of service at Campbell University. Please list your name, position, status, and if you teach undergraduate or graduate students.View the scoring rubric
Please provide a thorough description of the proposed activity, including such things as purpose, planned objectives or outcomes, and a timeline for deliverables and milestones.
Grant ideas include but are not limited to the following examples: workshops in or out of discipline area, certificate programs, conferences, community engagement efforts, or training in a new skill to be used in research or education. Interdisciplinary proposals that promote collaborative efforts across schools and departments are also encouraged.
In this section, explain how your chosen professional development opportunity aligns with Campbell’s mission and the faculty’s current position. This should include a plan to share any added benefits to Campbell faculty and staff beyond the scope of the professional development activity.
Please provide a budget detailing expenditures in support of the project for funding up to $2,500. Also provide an anticipated date by which funds will be needed. Funding will be restricted to one award per recipient per year.
The funds are to be used for reimbursable expenses related to the project. The funds will not be used as compensation in the form of salary.
Award Process and Wrap-Up
Proposal submission timelines:
- Fall Deadline: Oct. 1
- Fall Notification: Nov. 1
- Spring Deadline: Feb. 1
- Spring Notification: Mar. 1
Grant submissions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Faculty Development and Research Committee will evaluate submissions and make awards.
Recipients will submit a wrap-up report to include the following elements: intended goals, actual impact, summary of use of funds, and plans for public presentation. Recipients need to present at a Campbell University public venue. Acceptable presentation venues might include the library Lightning Talks, departmental presentations, school/college meetings, lunch-and-learn events, etc. The presentation should be scheduled no later than one year after the successful grant activity is completed.
Wrap-up report must be submitted to email@example.com no later than May 15 of the following academic year. As part of a long-term follow-up, the Committee may ask awardees about impact of the grant on their development and careers in subsequent years.Download the application template
Faculty Development Grant Recipients
Conference for American Chemical Society Certification
Bowman, R. Brian
“Hope Conference” Attendance
CCPS Faculty Workshop
Farmer, J. Dean
“Hope Conference” Attendance
MAA MathFest Conference & Workshop, Project NExT fellowship
Health Sciences, Pharm
Software Training for elective course
StoryBrand Online Marketing Workshop
Camp Lejeune / Online
Dark Net III Conference
Tinius Olsen Equipment, on-campus training
Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology Symposium
Sharp Parker, Amanda
Certificate in Cybersecurity
National Association of Teachers of Singing Conference
Certificate of Intensive Training in Motivational Interviewing
NAA Piping and Drumming
Adult & Online Education
Online Learning Consortium Accelerate Conference Attendance
BRIDGES Leadership Program Attendance
Sarah Christie and Corrie Struble
Development of Continuing Education Course for Athletic Trainers
Certificate in Global Health
Spanish Language Study