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.
March 1, 2019
This grant of up to $25,000 will be awarded for programs being conducted from summer 2019 through summer 2020.
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.
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.
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.
The Office of International Affairs International Research Exploration Fund is intended to help faculty develop new programs and initiatives that demonstrate "proof-of-concept" for further university or external funding.