Faculty Development Grant

November 20, 2014

To:        CSU-Pueblo Faculty

From:    Dr. Carl N. Wright
               Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Re:        Faculty Development Grants
For the past 7 years, CSU-Pueblo has been able to offer full-time faculty the opportunity to seek support for faculty development.  I am pleased to announce that we will again be able to provide this opportunity for AY2014-15.  
The criteria for these grants will be the same as last year, however you must apply using the Faculty Development Grant Application​.​​​
  • $30,000 of funding will be available for professional development expenses incurred between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.  
  • Applications must be submitted through the department chair’s office and forwarded to the Provost with the dean’s recommendation.  APPLICATIONS ARE DUE TO DEPARTMENT CHAIRS BY December 5, 2014.  Beyond that requirement, there are no limits on what activities or equipment may be requested, although individual colleges may elect to set appropriate restrictions and priorities.
  • All full time faculty and tenured faculty are eligible to apply.  However, due to limited resources this year, priority will be given to untenured, tenure-track faculty.  As occurred last year, a committee of faculty will make recommendations to the Provost for final approval. 
  • Grant funding is available to cover 75% of ACTUAL expenses, not to exceed $1,000 (e.g. if you have $1,000 in actual expenses, the grant will cover $750). When appropriate, chairs or deans may choose to supplement the request to help cover the full amount required.
  • Reimbursements will be issued based on validated expenses.
  • Notifications will be made to faculty prior to the semester break.
  • Faculty Development grant funds must be expended no later than June 30, 2015.
  • Departments must have prior approval from the provost’s office before charging expenditures/travel to the Faculty Development source code.

If you have any questions about faculty development grants, please feel free to speak with your dean or with me.