Deadline: March 20, 2015
The Office for Global Engagement (OGE) is offering grants of up to $10,000 for departmental or interdisciplinary teams composed of a minimum of three faculty members to improve global learning as part of the Global Learning Across the Disciplines (GLAD) project at the University of Utah. We define global learning “as the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that students acquire through a variety of experiences that enable them to understand world cultures and events; analyze global systems; appreciate cultural differences; and apply this knowledge and appreciation to their lives as citizens and workers” (Olsen, Green and Hill, 2006). We also believe that global learning at the University of Utah connects with three other themes that reflect the institutional mission and values. They include diversity, environmental sustainability and community engagement.
This project calls on all academic departments and interdisciplinary programs to develop a global learning strategy involving the following activities:
- Articulate global learning outcomes in the language of their respective disciplines, filtered through the lens of the other core themes of diversity, environmental sustainability, and community engagement
- Conduct an audit of existing academic coursework and other activities offered to determine the extent to which global learning already exists in the curriculum
- Develop strategies both within the curriculum and co-curriculum to help students achieve the global learning outcomes to which the academic program is committed
- Develop and implement assessment strategies to establish the degree to which students are realizing specific global learning outcomes
For complete GLAD grants guidelines, download the following instructions:
Global Learning Across the Disciplines Grants
Please follow the instructions for the GLAD Teaching Grant Application Form.
Two grant awards are available for the March 20 deadline.
Download and prepare the appropriate application form. When the application is completed, return to the Teaching Committee website and proceed to Step 2.
Chairs or Directors must provide an electronic version of a letter of support to insert in section F. This letter can be unsigned, signed with a graphic facsimile, scanned paper version, or given digital signatures.
After completing the appropriate application form, return to this page and complete the following fields:
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Following the completion of a funded University Teaching Grant, a follow-up report must be submitted. A final report must also be submitted to be eligible to apply for another University Teaching Grant from the University Teaching Committee.
Download the Final Report Form and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.