Today's MessagePosted: Thursday, December 19, 2019
Call for Proposals: 2020 SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants
SUNY has announced the 2020 call for proposals for round 9 of the SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (PDF, 800 KB). Proposals and budgets must be reviewed internally before their submission to SUNY (see below). Proposal deadlines are Wednesday, February 12 (internal), and Sunday, February 23 (SUNY).
Three funding tiers are available: $10,000, $20,000 and $60,000. These competitive, peer-reviewed awards are allocated for proposals that can demonstrate, communicate, and replicate innovations developed at campuses across SUNY.
Faculty and staff members who are interested in submitting a proposal may contact John Draeger, director of the Buffalo State Teaching and Learning Center, or Meghan Pereira, director of instructional design and training, with ideas or questions.
All proposals, including narratives, budgets, and budget narratives, must be submitted to Melissa Miszkiewicz, technology communications officer, by Wednesday, February 12, for review by the CIO and vice president for enrollment, marketing, and communications. The CIO will provide a letter of support for approved proposals.
More information, including the program’s mission, application details, a list of currently funded projects and outcomes, and previous award recipients (including some colleagues from Buffalo State), is available on the SUNY IITG website.