Every year learning and teaching grants are awarded to UTS academics. These grants advance strategic priorities and support innovation and excellence across learning and teaching.
Some learning and teaching grants for 2019 are still in discussion. This information will be updated once available.
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For questions relating to applying for a grant, please contact Katrina Waite at firstname.lastname@example.org or call IML on ext. 1669.
2019 Awarded Grants
Teaching and learning grants that have already been awarded for 2019 include:
Postgraduate Strategic Funding Program
These grants seek to support innovative and exciting projects that align with individual faculty strategies, as well as the broader UTS 2027 vision.
The Program offers applicants the opportunity to;
- Develop short course formats for UTS Open;
- Engage in market research to explore new postgraduate coursework opportunities;
- Promote innovative course development to enhance the postgraduate student experience.
The focus in this strategic funding round is on:
- New interdisciplinary PG thinking: ideas that bring existing elements together in new ways or otherwise break traditional disciplinary silo boundaries;
- PG learning projects that specifically relate to a 2027 priority area: Social justice and accessibility; Sustainability; Indigenous education;
- New learning products that fit a faculty new business line.
Successful grant applicants/teams are eligible to receive up to $30,000 for work to be undertaken between March 2019 – June 2019.
All projects should be complete by 30 June 2019, and all funds must be expended by 31 December 2019.
Who can apply: All faculties and units who host UTS curriculum-based courses (i.e. courses that are approved through CAC (Courses Accreditation Committee).
Application deadline: Friday 15 February 2019
Contact: Rosie Edwards on email@example.com
Application details and past grant recipients can be found on the Futures blog
First and Further Year Experience Grants (Student Transition)
Coordinators of first-year undergraduate or postgraduate subjects, second-year transition subjects taken by students coming from pathways, subjects that embed a career focus including final year subjects that prepare students for their future careers or any undergraduate subject that addresses year by year transitions, can apply for amounts of up to $4,000 for projects aimed at implementing transition pedagogies through the curriculum. Team applications involving coordinators, teaching teams, tutors, demonstrators and academic support professionals are encouraged.
Contact: Kathy Egea on Kathryn.Egea@uts.edu.au