CEU Teaching Development Grants

CEU Teaching Development Grants to support individual faculty members in the development of teaching projects are available on a competitive basis with funds up to 4,000 euros per project per academic year.

The project should both

a) advance the grantee’s development as a teacher and

b) improve student learning.

The outcomes of the project should be measurable and sustainable beyond its lifetime.

Given the developmental focus, Teaching Development projects should be designed to focus on inquiry and experimentation, particularly identified in CEU strategic planning processes. These include greater development of connections between research and teaching; using new technologies to support learning; incorporation of problem-based learning; teaching with case studies; the development of interdisciplinary approaches to teaching; and other researchbased teaching strategies; experiential, civic- and community-engaged teaching; and alternative forms of assessment.

Application process and support

The call for applications for CEU Teaching Development Grants  is announced at the beginning of each academic year and grants will be awarded in two cycles. For more information and to access the Call for Applications and the application form please visit the Academic Cooperation and Research Support Office (ACRO).

Applications should be submitted to Veronika Csapo (ACRO) at csapov@ceu.edu. If you'd like to discuss the development of project ideas, you are welcome to contact Michael Kozakowski at the Yehuda Elkana Center at kozakowskim@ceu.edu.

With questions about the management and implementation aspects of the initiative please contact Veronika at csapov@ceu.edu.