Grants and Awards

Grants and Awards

Grants and Awards

Please consider applying for the many award and grant opportunities provided by the Faculty Center (see below).

Here are our current grant and award winners.


Other Grants

Rowan University Textbook Alternative Program (TAP)

The Textbook Alternative Program (TAP) partners with faculty and departments to leverage the knowledge and expertise of faculty members  seeking to reduce the cost of the course materials in their course(s). The three overarching goals for TAP are to: 1) raise awareness of the rising cost of course materials, 2) collaborate with faculty and departments to drive down the cost of course materials and 3) to provide day one access to course materials for all students.

Since 2018, Rowan University’s Affordability Task Force issued $2,000 grants to faculty members seeking to redesign their teaching materials with the use of library, free, and open resources that would lower the cost of course materials for Rowan students. See the website to view the projects from past TAP Grant Recipients.

Applications for 2022 are due Monday, March 31, 2022 at 5pm

 
 
Updated 3/23/22

President's Award for Excellence in Innovative Instructional Delivery

The President’s Award for Excellence in Innovative Instructional Delivery is designed to recognize faculty who have gone above and beyond to adapt to an ever-changing classroom environment, or who have provided outstanding contributions to online learning via coursework, programs, or certificates.

Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award - Nom. 12/18, App. 1/31

The purpose of the award is to honor one permanent faculty member with an outstanding record of teaching and a sustained record of commitment to student learning.

Frances S. Johnson Junior Faculty Innovative Teaching Award - DUE 1/31

This award recognizes junior faculty who challenge their students in unique, important and interesting ways.

Frances R. Lax Fund for Faculty Development - Due November 5

This fund provides stipends to probationary, full-time tenure track faculty who are in the second year of service for professional development activities

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant - Due June 1, 2022

This grant is principally targeted to initiatives that are innovative, scalable, adaptable, and applicable to teaching with technology.

Junior Faculty Travel Fund - ON HOLD

This provides funding for additional travel support for all probationary faculty to present at a conference. Probationary faculty are all full time serving in the following capacities: pre-tenure faculty, pre-tenure Instructors, probationary Lecturers.

Wall of Fame 1997-2020

This award has currently been discontinued. Past winners can be viewed on these pages.