Baruch Computing and Technology Center (BCTC)
Call for Proposals
Grants to Support Teaching and
Learning with Technology
With funding from the Baruch Student Technology Fee, the Instructional Technology unit of the Baruch Computing and Technology Center (BCTC) will provide grants of up to $5,000 for projects that further the use of technology in teaching and learning. All grantees will be expected to showcase the results of their project as a faculty-student team of presenters at the 16th Annual Baruch Teaching and Technology Conference in April 2014. All full-time faculty of Baruch College are eligible; adjunct faculty are welcome to participate in partnership with a full-time faculty member. Fifteen awards are anticipated.
Interested faculty should first complete the brief application form below and send it via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of the Instructional Technology team will contact the applicant to discuss the potential project and deliverables.
Faculty will meet periodically with Instructional Technology staff to discuss the status of the project. Items purchased as part of the project will be acquired according to Baruch College’s procurement guidelines and be considered college property. Approval from the Dean and Department Chair are necessary for proposals involving faculty summer salary or overload assignments.
Due Date: Please submit requests as soon as possible for first priority.
Evaluation of Proposals:
Proposals will be evaluated on the number of students served, adaptability and scalability beyond the project population, and the likelihood of achieving the project goals in the grant period.
Title of Proposed Project:
Applicant's Contact Information:
Others Involved in the Project:
Description of Project:
(Max. of 250 words)
Please indicate what the funds will be used to purchase or support: