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2019 GEP Faculty Seed Grant Application

Sponsored by: 
Global Engineering Programs

GEP Faculty Seed Grants are intended to support academic opportunities for School of Engineering undergraduates that provide an immersive experience outside of the U.S., particularly in developing countries. 

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Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Seed Grants

Sponsored by: 
Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Initiative

This call for proposals aims to support innovative and interdisciplinary seed research in Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. Proposals should be for support of new, ambitious, and speculative ideas.

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Travel
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VPTL Teaching Advancement Grants

Sponsored by: 
Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning

Now accepting Winter 2019 Applications! VPTL offers quarterly teaching advancement grants up to $2500 to Stanford faculty, lecturers, instructional teams, graduate students involved in TA training, and departments.

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Teaching with Technology Program

Sponsored by: 
Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning

The Teaching with Technology (TwT) Workshop is an annual program that guides faculty and instructors through instructional design models to thoughtfully integrate digital tools, content, and pedagogies in engaging learning experiences. This year’s workshop will focus specifically on courses that are entirely online or are “flipped” with some online content or activities to help students prepare for and maximize the in-class experience.
The TwT Workshop is open to Stanford faculty and lecturers from all academic disciplines.

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iPads for Teaching and Learning Program

Sponsored by: 
Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning

The iPads for Teaching and Learning Program investigates the extent to which the use of iPads can potentially impact teaching, learning, and research when applied in the service of specific goals.

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The UPS Endowment Fund for Transportation, Logistics and Urban Issues

Sponsored by: 
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

The UPS Endowment Fund at Stanford was established in 1971 with a generous gift from the United Parcel Service. The intent of the endowment fund is to provide support for programs in transportation and logistics education, and urban planning education and research. This may include urban problems such as social, economic, environmental, technological, and public policy questions. Funding is available to support new programs, to enlarge existing programs, or to support individual faculty instruction or research.

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