Partnering with the Office of the Provost and HP, CUIT is enabling and supporting Columbia faculty and researchers in developing next-generation applications in their respective areas of expertise.
We are excited to announce and be part of this year's Office of the Provost Teaching and Learning Grants with a new grant specifically for emerging technologies. The Office of the Provost provides funding opportunities for faculty looking to integrate new educational methods and technologies into their classrooms and learning environments.
The Emerging Technology Grant supports faculty members who want to experiment with new pedagogical strategies using emerging technologies in their classrooms to improve teaching and learning along with improving student engagement and outcomes. These grants are designed to promote innovative approaches with emerging technologies specifically involving augmented/virtual/mixed reality and 3D scanning/printing.
Awardees will receive in-kind support from CUIT and funds up to $20,000.
Examples of potential grant-funded expenses include:
Augmented/virtual/mixed reality head-mounted displays
Structured-light 3D scanner
Desktop 3D printer including materials
Computing hardware resources (ex: dedicated VR computing backpack)
Augmented/virtual/mixed reality software packages
Partial funding and equipment sponsored by HP
Submission deadline: Monday, April 20, 2020 at 5:00 P.M
Applicants are strongly encouraged to consult with the Emerging Technologies@CUIT while preparing their proposals. Please email email@example.com for consultations. For more information please visit: https://vptli.columbia.edu/request-for-proposals/
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Maneesha Aggarwal, PhD
AVP, Academic, Emerging Technologies & Research Services
Director, Emerging Technologies