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TRESTLE* Travel Grants

Proposals are invited for travel grants of up to $5000 for KU faculty teams in STEM departments to make site visits to other North American universities. These travel grants are offered as part of the TRESTLE project, a multi-university initiative led by KU’s Center for Teaching Excellence to transform undergraduate STEM courses and improve student learning with student-centered, evidence-based teaching practices. The goal is to provide KU faculty opportunities to learn about such practices being implemented at other universities, so as to prepare for or improve implementation of similar approaches in KU undergraduate programs. The travel should occur during 2017-2018 academic year (the earlier the better). The request for proposals can be found here.

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