The Miller Faculty Fellowship, made possible by the generosity of F. Wendell Miller, is a competitive grant program supported by the President's Office, Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost and administered through CELT, that supports faculty members to "enhance their scholarly work in the university's undergraduate academic programs and develop innovative approaches to enhance student learning."
CELT is now accepting proposals for 2023-2024 Miller Faculty Fellowships with the deadline of Monday, December 12, 2022.
Funding for 2023-2024 will include three categories of grants:
- Requests up to $5000
- Requests up to $15,000
- Requests up to $25,000.
For over 25 years, the Miller Fellowship Program has funded nearly $5 million dollars worth of projects for over 250 faculty within each university's colleges. Previous Miller Faculty Fellows note that the funding improved their undergraduate teaching and furthered their professional development with proof of concept seed funding for external grants and opportunities to present and publish their work.
One former Miller Faculty Fellowship recipient shared:
"Since the Miller Funding, I have written three articles and am currently composing a book. I have also written and obtained a grant from an external agency. This work all stemmed from the initial Miller grant funding."
For full details, see the Miller Faculty Fellowship Program page or if you have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With a joy for teaching,
Sara Marcketti, Assistant Provost and Executive Director
Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching