A fully executed Transmittal Form
whenever any individual or unit of UWSP seeks to enter into a
contractual agreement with a non-UWSP granting agency. This includes
agreements with UW-System agencies. Faculty/Staff should allow at least 10 days prior
to an agency deadline for on-campus processing of the proposal. Please
include a copy of the application form with the Transmittal Form.
Growth Agenda for Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin System is pleased to announce an
opportunity for funding to support UW institutional efforts to advance
the Growth Agenda for Wisconsin. The Growth Agenda for Wisconsin Grants
Program seeks to fund projects that are bold in their vision, designed
to transform programmatic or institution-wide practices, and have the
potential to be sustained beyond the scope of the grant funding.
Priorities for funding will focus on projects that advance one or more
of the three Strategic Goals of the Growth Agenda and model Inclusive Excellence
Applied Research & WiTAG
This grant encourages faculty & staff to utilize their expertise
and apply their scholarship to support economic development in
Wisconsin. The UWSA and WiSys collaboration in the joint Applied
Research-WiTAG program allows eligible faculty to apply for funding from
both programs with on application.
Wisconsin ESEA Title II Improving Teacher Quality Program (WITQ):
This is a competitive grants program for increasing student achievement
in the arts, civics and government, economics, English, foreign
languages, geography, history, mathematics, reading or language arts,
and science, by improving the teaching and principal quality at the K-12
level in Wisconsin's public and private schools. The funds will
provide grants to eligible partnerships.
Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars (WTFS):
Wisconsin Teaching Fellows group will include outstanding
early-career, untenured faculty and teaching academic staff. The
Wisconsin Teaching Scholars group will include outstanding tenured
faculty and experienced academic staff. Candidates must be
exceptional teachers who publicly share their expertise and demonstrate
leadership. Participants in the WTFS Program should be familiar with
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research. Each participant
undertakes a significant SoTL project, records the project's progress
on an electronic poster, and disseminates the results in public forums.
Teaching Fellows and Scholars are expected to serve as leaders and
mentors in campus and UW System SoTL work.
Center for 21st Century Studies:
The UW-Milwaukee Center for 21st Studies is able to offer one matching grant of $3,000 to the home institution of a Fellow from another UW System institution, intended to defray replacement costs. Center Fellows are expected to receive a one- or two-cournse reduction during their appointment, including relief from committee work, bringing their course load down to one course each semester. Your are responsible for informing the chair of your department that you are applying for a Center fellowship to ensure that your reduced teaching load and release from service will be supported by your department.