[Socrates] FW: IDEA Grant Program: Research in the Classroom

Eva Fernandez Eva.Fernandez at qc.cuny.edu
Wed May 7 09:37:39 EDT 2014


The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research has released a call for proposals for projects involving research in undergraduate classrooms.  For more information, see below and this webpage:


Faculty must be tenured or tenure-track to apply.  Grants are for $5,000 or one course release, plus funds for supplies if needed.  The application deadline is Friday, September 12 at 5pm.  Inquiries should be directed to Kevin Hawes (kevin.hawes at cuny.edu<mailto:kevin.hawes at cuny.edu>).

If you want inspiration, come to our teaching showcase on Friday, where you will learn about several excellent research-based undergraduate classroom projects:


Best wishes,

From: Maryluz Diaz
Sent: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 9:09 AM
Subject: IDEA Grant Program: Research in the Classroom

Good Morning All,

Please read the email below from the Vice Chancellor of CUNY's office regarding a new funding opportunity that is now available to you.  Please forward to all tenured and tenure-track faculty.

Have a lovely day!


Maryluz Diaz
Queens College of CUNY
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs,  Kiely Hall 142
Phone (718) 997-5405    Fax (718) 997-5409    maryluz.diaz2 at qc.cuny.edu<mailto:maryluz.diaz2 at qc.cuny.edu>

The office of Vice Chancellor for Research is pleased to announce a new grant program to promote integration of faculty research projects into the undergraduate curriculum.

Up to six awards will be made this fall for proposals that explore creative ways to place authentic research into the classroom.

Information about guidelines and submission of IDEA grant proposals can be found here:


Please forward to all tenured and tenure-track faculty,


Avrom Caplan

Avrom J. Caplan PhD
Associate University Dean for Research
The City University of New York
205 E. 42nd Street
New York NY 10017

email.                      avrom.caplan at cuny.edu<mailto:avrom.caplan at cuny.edu>
phone                     646-664-8904


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