Grants, Funding & Awards

Campus Fundraising Becomes Social

Increasingly, social media and crowdsourcing is being used by schools to call out to alumni, share community stories and, most importantly spark donations.

ED Opens Competition for ELL Professional Development

The United States Department of Education is tackling professional development of teachers and others working with English language learners.

UCLA's Clark Library Wins Digitization Grant

The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library of the University of California, Los Angeles has landed a $194,000 grant to digitize English manuscripts from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Call for Entries: 2016 Campus Technology Innovators Awards

Nominations are now open for the 2016 CT Innovators Awards.

ED Runs 'Second Chance' Pell Pilot for Prisoners

The United States Department of Education is pushing a new pilot off the ground to test the effectiveness of allowing colleges and universities to receive Pell grants for educating students incarcerated in state or federal prisons — some of it possibly delivered online.

4 Penn State Projects to Explore Online Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Penn State researchers are investigating ways to enhance teaching and learning through online innovation, thanks to funding from the institution's Research Initiation Grant Program.

Pearson Selects Finalists for 2016 Online Learning Excellence Awards

Pearson has selected 20 finalists for its 2016 Online Learning Excellence Awards.

4 Schools To Share up to $2 Million in NASA MUREP Grants

NASA has selected four new universities to share in grants of approximately $2 million to improve science technology engineering and math education as part of its Minority University Research and Education Project.

U Illinois, U Oregon Team with Private Partner To Target Student Violence

Two universities and a behavioral research and development firm will be working together on a five-year project to reduce high school violence.

U Maryland Wins $2.76 Million for Data Security Training

The University of Maryland has received a new vote of confidence for its approach to data security training from the company that helped the institution begin the program in the first place.

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