Teaching and Scholarly Inquiry Circle mini-grants (up to $500) provide Stetson University faculty and staff the opportunity to develop as teacher-scholars and practitioner-scholars through curricular and co-curricular collaborations. Past circles include contemplative practices, critical reading, and more.
[Past Inquiry Circle Awards]
Teaching Inquiry Circles
Teaching inquiry circles are small groups who meet regularly during the academic year to develop a common interest, discuss and build community around a dilemma, issue or approach to learning, and disseminate what they have learned together to the Stetson community and beyond. Where appropriate, students are invited to be members. Circles can cover a wide variety of topics related to teaching and learning.
Scholarly Inquiry Circles
Scholarly inquiry circles bring 4-6 members, preferably from more than one discipline, together consistently during the academic year to support each other’s scholarly work, provide feedback on projects and hold each other accountable. Scholarly inquiry circle members hone their skills in communicating their scholarly work to a cross-disciplinary audience, to hold each other accountable, provide critical peer review and support in the service of obtaining scholarly and creative goals.
2020-2021 Program Dates
- Sep 14, 2020: Application opens
- (grants awarded on rolling deadline as long as funds are available beginning October 20th)
- Jan 11, 2021: Application closes
- Feb 15, 2021: Colloquium submission deadline
(call for proposals in early January)
- Apr 09, 2021: Colloquium on Teaching & Learning Innovation –
(Inquiry Circles are expected to submit a session)
- Apr 28, 2021: Purchasing deadline.
- May 10, 2021: Impact report due.
2020-2021 Critical Links
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