Faculty should submit three (3) paper copies and one (1) electronic copy of their Proposal to the Chair of the Faculty Development Committee.
The committee chairperson is Sarah Kenehan, Immaculata 113, x2579.
The deadlines for submitting Proposals for the 2014-2015 academic year are:
September 12, 2014: For activities in the months of July-September 2014
Receipts are due by: January 6th
November 7, 2014: For activities in the months of December 2014-February 2015
Receipts are due by: April 5
February 6, 2015: For activities in the months of March-May 2015
Receipts are due by: June 13
April 10, 2015: For activities in the months of June-September 2015
Receipts are due by: September 30
2014-2015 National Funding Limits
$ 400.00: Commentator, Panel, Roundtable, and Presiding
$ 800.00: Research or Creative Endeavor and Poster
$ 1,200.00: Conference Presentation & Exhibition
2014-2015 International Funding Limits
$ 600.00: Commentator, Panel, Roundtable, and Presiding
$ 1,200.00: Research or Creative Endeavor and Poster
$ 1,800.00: Conference Presentation & Exhibition
Any presentation that is outside the contiguous United States and Canada is considered an international presentation.
Designation of an international presentation will be made based on the location of the event rather than the title of the conference (i.e., an international conference held in the contiguous US or Canada is eligible for funding at the Continential US/Canada levels ONLY).
All Proposals must be signed by the faculty member's Chairperson and Dean. The Faculty Development Committee will not process Proposals that do not have the necessary signatures.
Yes. Faculty requesting funding for conference presentations must provide documentation of acceptance along with their proposal. Faculty should also submit their original receipts, expense form, and Faculty Development approval to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Finally, recipients of Faculty Development funds will also be required to complete an outcomes assessment survey about their professional activity.
Usually within 2 - 3 weeks after the submission deadline. The committee generally meets 7 - 10 days after the submission deadline. Recommendations are made to the Vice President for Academic Affairs soon after that meeting. Faculty can expect to receive word about their Proposals from that office in a week to 10 days after that.
Yes. Handwritten submissions will be returned to faculty without committee review. Faculty may type directly on the downloadable forms or enter text in the provided fields using Microsoft Word.