10-15 awards of ~$1000- $2500 each will be awarded to faculty to revise existing courses or design new courses that will further integrate research and creative activity into the undergraduate curriculum.
Applications encouraged from all five schools at Rhode Island College: Arts & Sciences, Education & Human Development, Management, Nursing, and Social Work.
Grants can be applied to develop new or to modify existing courses:
- Introductory, Intermediate, or Capstone courses
- Disciplinary or Interdisciplinary courses
- Required or Elective courses
- First-Year Seminar or Connections courses
- Any course offered at RIC!
Requests for proposals
Fall 2015 RFP for courses to be offered in Spring, Summer 2016; due: December 15, 2015.
Recipients of CRCA “Integration Grants” in Fall 2015.
Spring 2016 RFP for courses to be offered in Fall 2016; due May 11, 2016.
Recipients of CRCA “Integration Grants” in Spring 2016.
Fall 2016 RFP for courses to be offered in Spring 2017, Summer 2017, or Fall 2017; due December 14, 2016.
NEW! To submit a proposal for a Fall 2016 CRCA Integration grant, please use our online application form.
Recipients of CRCA “Integration Grants” in Fall 2017.
Spring 2017 RFP for courses to be offered in Summer 2017 or Fall 2017; due May 10, 2017.
To submit a proposal for a Spring 2017 CRCA Integration grant, please use our online application form.
Workshops and reports from grant recipients
2015 FCTL/CRCA Workshop Series
2016 CRCA Summer “Best Practices” Workshop featuring keynote speaker, Jenny Olin Shanahan, Director of Undergraduate Research at Bridgewater State University and editor of Creative Inquiry in the Arts & Humanities: Models of Undergraduate Research, as well as reports from faculty who received CRCA “Integration Grants” in Fall 2015.