January 10, 2014 at 10:04 am

1804 Fund Workshops on Jan. 27 and 29

The 1804 Fund was established by the Ohio University Foundation to support the University’s core mission of maintaining, strengthening, and enhancing a learning-centered community. The fund promotes collaboration among units. The fund focuses its support through two fund categories:

  • Undergraduate Learning—Curricular innovations, programs and activities that enhance the undergraduate educational experience.
  • Faculty Research and Graduate Studies—Research, scholarly activities, and innovations in graduate education.

Feb. 17: Deadline for preliminary discussions with the Dean of University College or the Vice President for Research and Creative Activity.

March 17: Proposal deadline

Workshops are Monday, Jan. 27, from 10 to 11 a.m. and Wednesday, Jan. 29, from 2 to 3 p.m. in 301U Alden Library.  Light refreshments are provided. Attending these workshop is optional and is not a substitute for meeting with the Vice President of Research and Creative Activity or the Dean of University College.]

See the guidelines:

For more information, contact Dr. David Descutner, Executive Vice Provost and Dean of University College,  at 740-593-1935 or for Undergraduate Learning 1804 proposals. Contact Roxanne Male’-Brune at 740-597-1227 or for Faculty Research and Graduate Studies 1804 proposals.


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