December 1 is the deadline for faculty at ACM colleges to apply for grants from two faculty development programs.
FaCE grants support collaborative activities
The ACM Faculty Career Enhancement (FaCE) Project, supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, offers grants for collaborative research, meetings, development of internet-based outreach tools, or evaluation activities. Funding of up to $15,000 may be available for projects with substantial collaboration across ACM campuses. Activities that have received funding have been wide-ranging. Grants are awarded in two cycles, spring and fall, each year.
For more information:
- FaCE Project Call for Proposals
- Proposals funded in 2008 and 2009
Resources available at the University of Chicago
ACM-University of Chicago Faculty Development Grants provide support for faculty to use the resources of the University as they pursue scholarly research. Opportunities include access to University libraries, participation in workshops sponsored by the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (CAS), and other collaborations with University of Chicago faculty.
Awards can range up to $1,500 and proposals are reviewed quarterly. For more information, see the program’s Call for Proposals.