External Grants and Fellowships
Faculty are encouraged to discuss grant and fellowship opportunities with their respective department chairs, and deans. Please contact Elizabeth Gallagher, director, Office of Research.
Internal Grants and Fellowships
Faculty Development Fund
Annual Faculty Awards
Saint Mary’s College has an outstanding hard-working faculty. At the suggestion of Provost Beth Dobkin, the Committee on Teaching and Learning has developed four annual Faculty Awards. Three awards recognize tenured faculty members for their excellence in three major areas (Teaching Excellence, Researcher-Scholar, and Service) and complement the current Professor of the Year Award. The fourth award recognizes a new outstanding pre-tenured track faculty member, and is an Early Career Award. Each of these awards has a stipend of $ 5,000. The nomination and evaluation process are explained in detail on the linked page.
Educational Technology Grants (ETG)
The Faculty Technology Group (FTG) is dedicated to advancing the use of technology in teaching, learning, research, and scholarship by exploring new technologies, disseminating information and supporting the work of colleagues. For more information please go to the ETG website. http://www.facultytechnology.org/index.php.grants
Alumni-Faculty Fellowship Grants
The details can also be found here.
The Alumni Association is pleased to grant annual awards to deserving faculty members who embody the Lasallian spirit and illustrate the mission of Saint Mary's College in their work and research. The purpose of the grants is to assist the College in meeting its educational goal of being an outstanding Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts institution of higher learning through faculty development. The Alumni Association also seeks to foster a closer relationship between its members and the College faculty through these annual grants.
All full-time faculty members who taught in the fall, including past recipients, are invited to apply. Recent recipients are asked to wait two years before they re-apply. A committee composed of faculty and alumni will choose the recipients.