Funding

Hauser Grants

Current funding opportunities include three mechanisms—each offered annually—designed based on the successes, challenges, and feedback of previous grant award recipients.

The first phase (2011-2013) of the HILT Grants Program was designed to catalyze innovative activities and promote effective learning and teaching across the University. In phase two (2014-2016), HILT bifurcated the Grants Program into semesterly Spark Grants—awards of $5K-$15K designed to help "spark" promising teaching and learning projects from idea to reality and position innovations for future success—and Cultivation Grants of up to $200K, designed to extend promising educational innovations into new intellectual and institutional contexts, and to rigorously investigate the potential of their wide-scale adoption across the University. 

HILT also supports longer-term, school-based Decanal Priorities.