Annually, CELT offers funding through competitive grant programs to support innovative classroom practice in the range of learning environments including, face-to-face, blended, and online. Faculty often leverage projects funded from these programs to secure competitive externally funded grants such as Higher Education Challenge Grants (United States Department of Agriculture ), Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (National Science Foundation), or programs administered by US Department of Education.
Faculty and staff who received a CELT funded scholarship of a teaching and learning (SoTL) grant are eligible for the CELT Presenter Grant. The CELT Presenter Grant provides eligible faculty
The Miller Fellowships provide faculty with opportunities to enhance their scholarly work in the undergraduate academic programs of the university and to develop innovative approaches to enhance student learning.
The Miller Open Education Mini-Grants program is a new program co-sponsored by the University Library, the Center for Excellence in Learning & Teaching (CELT), and the Office of the Senior