The University’s calls for enhancing experiential learning with the goal of an experiential learning requirement in each program. To achieve this goal, funds are available to support faculty and their students in undergraduate and graduate course-related domestic travel.
Course-related travel is a short-term, faculty-led experience that integrates travel with an on-campus academic course. The experience need not be required for all students in the course. Examples include (but are not limited to) travel to attend or make presentations at professional meetings, conferences, or conventions; to sites to conduct research, observe places, events, procedures that are important to the discipline, or engage with professionals and experts in the field.
Faculty or graduate students who have complete the University’s defensive driving course must accompany all participating students while traveling.
Regular and temporary faculty are eligible to apply. Temporary faculty must hold a faculty appointment during the entire grant project period.
Please review COVID -19 Experiential Learning Guidelines.