Curriculum-Related Grants

This grant opportunity is open to all full-time faculty.


Submission of Project Proposals 2023-2024

Call for Proposals and Evaluation Rubric

Proposals must be submitted via the Kuali Build platform. Electronic approvals by CO-PI’s and department chairperson(s) must be received within three business days of the deadline.

After submission, CO-PI’s and chairperson(s) will receive an email from Kuali requesting approval of the proposal. To indicate approval, simply click on the link provided in the email, which will open the Kuali website where approval can be indicated. Please note: If the principal proposer and the CO-PI are from the same department, the chairperson will need to approve/acknowledge each request. For example, if the principal proposer is from Art, and the CO-PI is also from Art, the chairperson of Art will receive two approval requests for the same proposal: one for the principal proposer and one for the CO-PI. Failure to approve the proposal will prevent it from being submitted for review. It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit the proposal on time and to ensure all acknowledgements by CO-PI(s) and chairperson(s).

For joint-proposals: Collaborative projects will require a budget justification for each CO-PI. If a CO-PI received a CRAG in a previous cycle and has not yet turned in the report, the report may be uploaded either during the initial submission of the proposal by the lead faculty member, or during the electronic approval process by the CO-PI(s). 

Proposals must be submitted via Kuali no later than Monday, March 20, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.



For information on disbursement of grant funds, please contact Sponsored Programs and Research, at 


Submission of Grant Reports

A final report on curriculum-related project outcomes and expenditures must be filed upon completion. The Project Report Form should be used as the template for all final reports. The Request for an Extension Form should be used as the template in the event extenuating circumstances hinder progress on the project. All extensions are subject to administrative approval. Please Note: Any funds unaccounted for shall be returned to the university and be added to the allocation for the competition in the following year.


2022-23 Grant Recipients

Archambault, Mary Jo and James MacGregor. Recreation, Tourism, and Sports Management. Development of a Stand Alone Recreation Therapy Program.                                                                        

Brin, Leon. Mathematics. Linear Algebra in MyOpenMath.                                                                           

Ellis, Scott. English. Transcendentalism in the Digital Age.                                                              

Ferraro, Marisa. Curriculum and Learning. Leveraging Local Experts in Education: Expanding SCSUs EL Curriculum Library.

Garrison, Brianna and Tarah Loy-Ashe. Social Work. Interprofessional Ageing Curriculum Development to prepare future healthcare professionals.                                                                               

Hwang, Candy. Chemistry. Advancing the STEM-Educated Workforce with a Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) Model in Chemistry.                                                                                   

Martinez, Kelly. Development of An Elective Undergraduate Nursing Critical-Care Course.                

O'Brien, Kyle (Social Work) and Marc Robertson (Health and Movement Sciences). Developing a Digital Portfolio Capstone Assignment for Health Science Majors.                                              

Powell, Jessica. Curriculum and Learning. "Teaching on Days After" Curriculum and Pedagogy.                                             

Shaw, Louise, Regine Randall, and Laura Raynolds. Curriculum and Learning. Graduate Reading Curriculum Revision and Alignment for International Dyslexia Association Accreditation.                                            

Sisson, Annamarie and Lee deLisle. Recreation, Tourism, and Sports Management. Technology-enhanced experiential learning development: Hotel Operations, Tactics & Strategy.         

Smith, Julian and Heather Warner. Communication Disorders. Incorporating interprofessional and simulation experiences into the classroom to prepare future Speech-Language Pathologists for medical settings.                                 

Yu Ng, Winnie, Amal Abdel Raouf and Sahar Al Seesi. Computer Science. Creating a Curricular Model for Early Research in Computer Science.