Teaching Resources: Off-Campus Opportunities for Curricular Development
John B. Hurford '60 Center for Arts and Humanities
The Hurford Center for Arts and Humanities offers Access/Enrichment Grants. Recognizing that the stimulus for innovative research and teaching, as well as for the organization of public events, often emerges from ideas and experiences encountered outside the faculty's usual scholarly societies and conferences, the Humanities Center supports several Access/Enrichment Grants each year.
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship
The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, through its Faculty/Curricular Support Fund, sponsors faculty-initiated events designed to spur thoughtful dialogue on issues of global significance. The format may vary, running the gamut from a panel discussion to technical training to a lecture/performance. Regardless of the format, the goal is to provide members of the Haverford community with access to recognized expertise on important issues in a way that stimulates intellectual reflection. Monthly application deadlines.
Off Campus Conferences and Workshops Fund: http://www.haverford.edu/CPGC/programs/faculty.php
Koshland Integrated Science Center
Funds are available from the KINSC to support faculty travel to professional meetings and training workshops in order to enhance teaching and faculty-student research at Haverford.
KINSC travel funds: http://www.haverford.edu/kinsc/faculty/faculty_travel_funding.php