The Faculty Senate, in partnership with Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs Tracey George and Vice Provost for Research Padma Raghavan, will host a series of workshops for faculty outlining the ways the new Vanderbilt Strong Faculty Grant Program can be used.
The workshops will be led with the goal of facilitating conversations to help identify the best resources to support the demands on teaching, research and creative expression as the Vanderbilt community responds to the COVID-19 crisis.
Workshop schedule and RSVP links
- Wednesday, Sept. 30, from 1 to 2 p.m. with Vice Provost Tracey George. Please follow this link to register for the Sept. 30 session.
- Thursday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. to noon with Vice Provost Tracey George. Please follow this link to register for the Oct. 1 session.
- Thursday, Oct. 8, from 10 to 11 a.m. with Vice Provost Padma Raghavan. Please follow this link to register for the Oct. 8 session.
The university announced the Vanderbilt Strong Faculty Grant Program earlier this week. The program was established to counterbalance direct impacts to faculty efforts during the ongoing pandemic so that all can continue pursuing academic excellence.
The funding, for example, aims to facilitate more in-person experiences for students by providing resources to further support in-person teaching where there is a mix of in-person and remote enrollees. In addition, the program seeks to support alternative approaches needed to foster research, scholarship and creative expression.
For detailed information on the Vanderbilt Strong Faculty Grant Program, visit the program webpage.