2017 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Research Grant Call for Proposals
Research projects in any phase of development are eligible for funding (e.g., materials design, data collection, manuscript writing). However, the proposed project must have a high probability of producing a product that will be presented and/or published in a peer-reviewed outlet in a timely manner. Proposals will be evaluated on the degree to which proposal fits STP’s description of the SoTL. Proposals that align with the 2016 Executive Committee’s preferred theme: "Teaching to the community: Using our expertise as teachers to share psychology with the public", will be given top priority.
The grant program is open to members of the Society for the Teaching Psychology who teach Psychology at 4-year colleges and universities, 2-year colleges, or high schools. Preference will be given to applicants who have not been awarded these funds in the previous 3 years.
Those evaluating the grants will be blind to the applicants’ identities. The proposals will be evaluated on:
Degree to which proposal fits STP’s description of SoTL in Psychology as evidenced by:
STP funds the program with $10,000 annually. At the discretion of the members of the grant review panel, these monies can be distributed:
Proposals should be submitted in two separate files, one with contact information and one with the project narrative with no identifiers to STPSOTLGRANT@farmingdale.edu. If you have questions, please contact Marya Howell-Carter, Grant Committee Chair (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Proposals are due by 11:59 pm (EST) on October 31, 2016.