How to Develop a Service-Learning Course and Course Development Funding

Designate My Course: The Process
Develop Effective Partnerships
Standards for Service-Learning Syllabi at UNCG
Facilitating Reflection
Student Reflection Leaders

Other Resources

2018-2019 Funding Opportunities

Community-Based Research Grants

The Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement in partnership with the Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Office, and The Graduate School work collaboratively annually to sponsor Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants to support research teams at UNCG. The community-based research (CBR) initiation grant supports proposals that represent collaborative partnerships among community partner, student, and faculty teams. Projects should advance the development of community partner capacity, student learning through the high impact practice of undergraduate research, and facilitate the evolution of faculty scholarly identity as it relates to community-identified needs. The goal of this community-based research grant is to support the agenda of each team member while simultaneously grounding the process in mutual development of all three entities.

Research teams should consists of at least one:

  • faculty
  • community partner
  • undergraduate student or graduate student

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For course development grant applications a  FORM H  must be signed by the appropriate university officials.

Global Engagement Course Development Grant Program

The Office of Leadership and Civic Engagement in partnership with the International Program Center at UNCG offers two types of grants to support new and existing service-learning courses that connect to one of more of the Global Engagement Quality Enhancement Plan, or QEP student learning outcomes. For more information about the Global Learning for Global Engagement QEP click here.

Service-Learning Global Course Development Grants for Local Projects

International Service-Learning Exploratory Course Development Grants

For course development grant applications a  FORM H  must be signed by the appropriate university officials.