Faculty Development Grants: An Overview. Adjunct Appreciation Dinner Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Mercy College, Bronx Campus. Mission of the Committee on Faculty Development.
Adjunct Appreciation Dinner
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Mercy College, Bronx Campus
“…the Committee will foster the development of teaching, scholarship, service and collegial activity through grants, semiannual faculty seminar poster sessions for grant recipients, and other professional activities throughout the year. "
Foster the individual faculty member's:
Note - Faculty may apply for more than one grant, if initial grant does not exceed the above mentioned amounts.
1. Traditional research and SoTL
2. Projects designed to enhance teaching and learning
3. Projects designed to develop professional competence and standing in:
4. Projects related to the faculty member's discipline and responsibilities at the College.
Grounded in Research
Note - Stipends are considered taxable.
Committee on Faculty Development, Co-Chairs
Dr. Susan Moscou, School of Health and Natural Sciences (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Helen Buhler, School of Health and Natural Sciences (email@example.com)
Faculty Development Administrator
Elizabeth Dispenza-Delaney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Institutional Review Board (IRB), Chair
Dr. Brian Baker, School of Health and Natural Sciences (email@example.com and MCIRB@mercy.edu)
Executive Director, Grants and Academic Initiatives
Dr. Saul Fisher, Office of the Provost (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more details on Faculty Development Grants and the Committee on Faculty Development, please go to https://www.mercy.edu/my-mercy/faculty-resources/faculty-development-committee/
For more details about the IRB process, go to https://www.mercy.edu/my-mercy/faculty-resources/institutional-review-board/