Funding Advisement for Teaching Projects

McGraw Center staff are available to advise faculty on the development of proposals for support of projects that advance innovative teaching and learning in the Princeton classroom and beyond.  Contact Kate Stanton, Acting Director of the McGraw Center, to schedule a consultation.

Among the campus resources available are: 

The 250th Anniversary Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education

The University's primary fund to support course development and curricular innovation. The call for proposals is made in September with applications due on the last Friday of classes in December.
Application deadline:  February 1, 2019.

The Council on Science and Technology (CST)

Funding to support the development of ST-designated courses or the design of courses with learning experiences that offer creative synergies between STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and the arts, humanities and social sciences.  

The David A. Gardner '69 Magic Project in the Council of the Humanities

Supports innovative teaching projects that reimagine how the humanities are conceived and taught, including interdisciplinary initiatives as well as new intellectual arenas. Application deadline: October 22, 2018 (Round One) and March 4, 2019 (Round Two) (May 2019: Applicants will be notified of decisions for round two. July 2019: Funds will be transferred after the start of the 2019 fiscal year (begins July 1, 2019).

The McGraw Online Teaching and Learning Initiative

Design and production resources for online teaching projects that enhance teaching and learning at Princeton. We support a wide range of projects with the potential to expand access to the curriculum for a diverse student population, increase active learning in on-campus classes, or enrich the undergraduate experience through participation in open online courses (MOOCs). We also support research projects that assess the impact of online and in-class teaching methods.