The FFR Implementation Grant program will provide funds to support projects of up to 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 at a level up to $45,000. The grants are not renewable.
The primary goal of the FFR Implementation Grant program is to support projects for
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.
It is a goal of the FFR Implementation Grant program to bring about institutionalization
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.
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.