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Faculty Development & Enrichment Grants

Grants are available to underwrite the costs associated with a variety of development and enrichment activities related to teaching. Grants are awarded for use in the fiscal year during which they are requested.

Full-time faculty on the tenure-line, on consecutive term appointments, and on multiple-year visiting appointments

Up to $1,500 per grant; amounts available vary each year

Applications accepted on a rolling basis. The call for proposals comes out at the beginning of the fiscal year and is sent again shortly before the beginning of the fall semester.

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Faculty Development

Grant & Funding Forms


Renee Cramer, Deputy Provost,

Faculty & Staff Development Opportunities

Interested in developing a short-term learning experience abroad or better incorporating writing into your courses? Do you seek help with conducting research or need funding to support a service-learning opportunity for students?

Many offices and units provide advice and institutional and monetary support to faculty and staff in a broad range of professional development areas, including:

  • Research, scholarship, and creative activity
  • Teaching and learning development
  • Administrative and leadership development
  • Student assistantships
  • Course, program, and curricular planning
  • Community, public-policy, and international engagement

In addition to these resources, academic deans and administrative directors can provide logistical and monetary support for members of their units. In particular, faculty seeking resources for travel to academic conferences should contact their dean’s office in addition to the other resources included on this site.


Upcoming Development Opportunities

Click on the link below to browse the upcoming development opportunities you're most interested in. After selecting a link below, the calendar will default to only displaying events that will be happening in the next 30 days, but you can look ahead by using the mini-calendar on the right side of your window.


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Contact us

Renee Cramer
Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs
Howard Hall
2505 University Ave
Des Moines, IA  50311-4516
Phone: (515) 271-3172