The Office of Faculty Affairs administers four internal grants that are available to all tenured and tenure-track faculty members. The below five grants are currently open for submission and will close at 5pm on Tuesday, February 11, 2020. For LMU support of External Grants, please visit the Office for Research and Sponsored Projects (ORSP).
- 2020 Academic Technology Grants: Learn.Test.Develop offer faculty a holistic development grant program that supports and promotes new teaching methods, strategies, or integration of new tools or resources to further engage students in an active learning environment.”
- 2020 Faith & Justice Research Grants are awarded to tenured and tenure-track faculty for research that addresses the integration of faith and justice, or focuses on justice issues in a secular way.
- 2020 Faith & Justice Curriculum Development Grants are awarded to tenured and tenure-track faculty to develop new community-based learning courses with a faith and justice component.
- 2020 Interfaith Forum Course Development Grants are awarded to tenured and tenure-track faculty and are meant to expand the LMU course offerings in the area of interfaith relations.
- 2020 Open Alternative Textbook Initiative generously funded through the Office of the Provost and the William H. Hannon Library, is designed to facilitate departmental level change in the area of course material affordability and open educational resources.
The Office of the Vice President for Intercultural Affairs and LMU's UIC invites campus constituencies to submit proposals for Inclusive Excellence Grants and nominations for Inclusive Excellence Awards. This opportunity is currently closed.