Affirmative Action Faculty Development Program
DEADLINE: November11 1979
Instructors and assistant professors who are tenured or probationary are invited to apply for support under the Affirmative Action Faculty Development Program. An eligible faculty member may apply for either part of the program or for both parts described below. Only tenured or probationary instructors and assistant professors are eligible.
This year's funding for travel and mini-grants is almost two-thirds less than last year. Therefore, similar reductions have been made in offering individual awards.
l. Travel Support for the Presentation of Papers at Professional Meetings
A maximum of $100 may be provided to an individual faculty member for attending a professional meeting at which the faculty member will present a paper.
To apply submit a concise summary of the paper together with details of the professional meeting at which it is to be presented and of the travel costs expected.
Funds for this part of the program are intended to provide support for the purchase of equipment and materials needed for research or creative projects. A maximum of $300 may be granted to an individual faculty member for use during the Winter or Spring quarter, or both.
To applyI submit a proposal describing the research or creative project to be undertaken the expected results, and a budget.
Applications should be submitted by November 1, 1979 to:
Dr. Helen Batchelor, Chair
Affirmative Action Faculty Development Committee
221 Siemens Hall