Faculty invited to discuss 1804 and Konneker Fund proposals by Feb. 15

Published: January 20, 2023 Author: Staff reports

Faculty and staff are invited to have preliminary discussions by Feb. 15 about two Ohio University funds aimed at bringing together collaborative ideas that cut across silos and can foster innovative program ideas.

"The 1804 funds can be used to support undergraduate learning, research or creative activity, and graduate education. People who wish to pursue curricular innovation or programs that enhance student curricular or co-curricular experiences are encouraged to apply," said David Nguyen, dean of University College.

"The Konneker fund is designed to provide transformative university-wide opportunities or experiences for students and faculty that can foster imaginative learning. Previously funded projects include the Center for Campus and Community Engagement," Nguyen said.

Both programs require preliminary discussions by Feb. 15. More information about both these programs is available on the University's Funding Resource web page.

About the 1804 Fund

This fund focuses its support through two fund categories:

  • Undergraduate Learning includes curricular innovations, programs and activities that enhance the undergraduate educational experience. Contact Dr. Nguyen at nguyend4@ohio.edu to discuss Undergraduate Learning 1804 proposals.
  • Faculty Research and Graduate Studies includes research, scholarly activities, and innovations in graduate education. Contact Roxanne Male'-Brune at male-bru@ohio.edu┬áto discuss these proposals.

Deadlines: Feb. 15 for preliminary discussions; March 15 at 4 p.m. for proposal submission

About the Konneker Fund

This fund supports innovative, high-impact initiatives designed to advance undergraduate learning and research and graduate education. Applicants may request up to $100,000. Faculty and staff are eligible to submit proposals, and collaborative projects are strongly encouraged. Contact Dr. Nguyen at nguyend4@ohio.edu to discuss this fund.

Deadlines: Feb. 15 for preliminary discussions; March 15 at 4 p.m. for proposal submissions