Funding and Grants

The Center for Teaching and Learning is currently offering the following grants, fellowships and stipends for faculty:

Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SOTL) Travel Grants

(per funding availability, up to $500 each)

To better support faculty / full-time instructors interested in pursuing research in educational development, curriculum design, and the scholarship of teaching and learning, the CTL will help offset the costs of attending conferences related specifically to the advancement of teaching and learning. To qualify, recipients must be on the conference program and should be willing to share their work with Marquette peers. Funding may be used for conference fees or travel expenses. This grant has a rolling application, and 1-page proposals, with justification for funding, may be sent to the Director of the CTL

Community Based Learning Seed Grants, "Problem Solving Seed Grants"

(per-funding availability, up to $500 each)

Since 2013, faculty have been using community engagement seed grants towards applied learning opportunities for students who are doing community engaged learning. These seed grants must be used for supplies, site travel funds, and miscellaneous expenses, and cannot be used for Marquette faculty or student stipends. The Seed Grant has a rolling application and the proposal form may be found on the CTL website. Seed grants may be renewed once. Inquiries can be sent to Kim Jensen Bohat, Director, Service Learning Program at the Center for Teaching & Learning. Applications are continually accepted.

Haggerty Museum-Center for Teaching and Learning Curriculum Development Fund

(per-funding availability — $2000 award for summer 2020 / Due April 18, 2020)

This award is for faculty who seek to increase student literacy in the arts and/or connect STEM / Health Related disciplines with the arts. Proposals from faculty must incorporate at least three significant learning opportunities that draw from the Haggerty collection as part of their revised curriculum. Contact Director of the CTL for further information.

If you would like more information or have questions, contact the Center for Teaching & Learning at (414) 288-0263 or