Core Lecturers and tenured or tenure-track faculty at Columbia University (including Barnard) in any discipline. (see Proposal Instructions for further details).
$3,000 research allowance to be used for the development and teaching of the course over the following two years. If the course is to be co-taught, the instructors will split the award.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis but should be submitted no later than September 15, 2017.
The Columbia University Center for Science and Society invites proposals for the development of new undergraduate curricular offerings in the study of science and society. The aim is to introduce courses that can be offered within current disciplinary structures, as part of already-existing majors and concentrations, but that bring significant discussion of science and society into these offerings. This is the fourth round of grants, and information on the courses funded in the previous rounds can be found at here.
Tenured faculty must use the entire award to support research for the course (e.g. book purchases or photocopying) and to hire a student to provide research and/or teaching assistance. Funds will be transferred to the awardee's accounts in his/her home department. Awardees will commit to teaching the course within two years of the start of the grant. The Center for Science and Society will help to publicize the courses and will feature them on its website.
Successful applicants will receive a $3,000 research allowance to be used for the development and teaching of the course over the following two years. If the course is to be co-taught, the instructors will split the award.
Please download the full application before starting your proposal. In order to apply, please complete the following form along with a one-page proposal and a full CV for each instructor. Applications should be submitted on or before Friday, September 15, 2017 to Melinda Miller, Associate Director, The Center for Science and Society, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposals will be judged by a multi-disciplinary panel drawn from the steering committee of the Center for Science and Society.