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Implementation Grant

The Implementation Grant program provides funds to support projects with up to a three-year duration, in which evidence of success from previous research (or FFR Demonstration Grants) indicates that project may be adaptable to a reasonably-sized audience at Southeast. The proposals typically will be funded up to $45,000. The grants are not renewable.

 Goal 1:

The primary goal of the FFR Implementation Grant program is to support projects for which
evidence indicates that the project may be adaptable to a reasonably-sized audience at Southeast.
This evidence may come from the following sources: a previously successful FFR
Demonstration Grant; published activities that have been demonstrated to have a positive impact
on teaching and learning; and/or activities from other institutions that have been demonstrated to
have a positive impact on teaching and learning.

Goal 2:
It is a goal of the FFR Implementation Grant program to bring about institutionalization of various
successful activities. Completed projects should be presented in some format to the University community. Feedback as to the effectiveness of creative or novel solutions should be discussed and synthesized by the academic community.

Goal 3:
It is the goal of the FFR Implementation Grant to only support projects that have a clear, well-developed plan for continuation once FFR funding has ended. This plan must be appropriate and well-integrated into the proposal.

Application Process


Eligibility Any full-time faculty or staff member may apply. Co- or multiple investigator proposals are encouraged. The first-listed proposer will be considered responsible for all reporting and for budget management.  
Submission Steps and Requirements:

1.      Download and complete the  FFR Narrative

2.      Download and complete the FFR Budget Sheet

3.     Complete the  FFR Grant Application and attach your Narrative and Budget Sheet where prompted in the application.


The narrative for the FFR Implementation Grant Proposals must address the following issues:

  • Identification of the teaching/learning problem that will be affected by the funding of this proposal.
  • A clear statement of the proposed solution for that problem.
  • The project's relationship to the unit's or University's strategic plan/priorities or current initiatives.
  • Plan of activities designed to achieve the goals--WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? HOW
  • Explain how this is different from what others have tried.
  • Plan for Evaluation: Describe indicators of success/data to be tracked, including a description of baseline data to be utilized in evaluation.
  • Timeline
  • Budget Justification
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