University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grants and Scholars
Funded by the Provost's Office, the University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grants and Scholars program is designed to provide support to enhance student learning experiences through the integration of teaching, learning and research, and to support faculty as they develop educational leadership capacity.
Through three funding streams, the program supports the development, implementation, critical examination, and dissemination of innovative, evidence-based approaches to student learning to achieve the following goals:
- Integration of research evidence into teaching practice
- Generation of new knowledge about teaching and learning at the University of Calgary
- Dissemination of the results of that work to benefit others
- Development of educational leadership identity
Important dates and deadlines
2023 applications open on June 29, 2022.
Peer review deadline: October 31, 2022
Application deadline: January 16, 2023
Adjudication process: February 2023
Notice of Award: Results announced March 13, 2023
For questions about the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of focus
Accessibility, equity, inclusivity and diversity
Creating opportunities, increasing access and removing barriers for equity-deserving groups.
Experiential learning and undergraduate research
Developing and integrating new experiential and research opportunities across campus.
Indigenous Perspectives and Ways of Knowing
Learning on the land, engaging in the community, decolonizing teaching and learning and building parallel pathways.
Mental health and well-being
Supporting wellness and fostering resilience in our teaching and learning community.
Online and blended learning
Engaging technology to elevate teaching and learning, including responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovation and entrepreneurial thinking
Fostering the development of new ideas and supporting the growth of entrepreneurs across campus.
Open educational resources
Creating and adapting content, tools and resources intended for sharing with others. Supported by SU Quality Money.
Development of future-focused innovation that is built to last.
The depth and breadth of scholarship around teaching and learning on campus is astonishing, and I’m continually inspired by folks’ enthusiasm for the work that they do.
Dr. Heather Jamniczky, PhD
Academic lead in teaching and learning research
Online drop-in consultation sessions
Applicants are encouraged to book an appointment during an online session to discuss their proposed projects with the Academic Lead for Teaching and Learning Research.
Consultation sessions are available on the following dates:
30-minute time slots are available during these sessions. Please sign up for a time slot by clicking the registration link below.
Internal peer review
Applicants are encouraged to submit their draft applications early in order to be eligible for internal peer review (IPR).
Applications submitted for this process will be delegated to a colleague experienced with Teaching and Learning Grants and Scholars applications and adjudications to provide suggestions for revisions before the final submission deadline.
Please note that making revisions as suggested does not guarantee success of the application in the adjudication process; rather the IPR process is offered as an opportunity for semi-formal feedback only.
Internal Peer Review Submission Deadline:
October 31, 2022
Internal Peer Review Feedback Returned:
November 30, 2022
Submissions for Internal Peer Review are accepted through the Teaching and Learning Grants and Scholars program's Open Journal Systems site.
If you do not have an OJS account you will need to register for one.
Receiving a grant is an important opportunity to think in-depth about a common element of our teaching practice. It’s something we teach regularly but often we don’t talk about how and why we teach it.
Dr. Derritt Mason, PhD.
Assistant Professor, Department of English