Edc Funding Agreements
Let`s look at each stage of funding, from hosting the project to the end. Step 3: Insert the agreements into your proposal. Check an “[x]” if you agree with the statements (6th below). Since NYCEDC projects are typically funded by public funding sources, cooperation with NYCEDC for many of our projects requires completing and submitting certain forms and documents. Visit our Vendor Resources site to register on PASSPort, a database of information from suppliers who do business with NYC, to learn how to get proof of insurance, download doing business accountability project forms and much more. . Jill McSweeney-Flaherty &Matthew Schnurr (Fall 2018 Fellowship) – Assessing and Improving the Rigour of SoTL Research Beyond Disciplines [Proposal] Heather Smith (2007 Grant) – Northern BC Educational Developers Network [Interim; Final] Create good jobs and promote entrepreneurship and economic diversification in the five boroughs. Stephanie Dayes (Scholarship 2013) – Specialized Service: Faculty Development and Promotion of The Artistic Discipline and Design [application; Interim; final; Resources] Carol Roderick (Fellowship 2011) – Building a Career in Educational Development: The perspectives of early-career stage developers [Proposal; Interim; Final] Cindy Xin, Vaseline Jungic, Miroslav Lovric (Fall 2017 Scholarship) – First Year Mathematics Courses Repository. [proposal; Final] Cherie Woolmer (Fall 2019 Grant) – Capacity Building or Pipeline Leak? Study of the Experience of SoTL-Focused Postdocs in Teaching and Learning Centres across Canada [Proposal] Project Timeline: January 2014-July 2018 Funding Agreement Amount: $3,980,000 Mission: The Tenement Museum`s mission is to tell the unique American stories of immigrants, migrants and refugees in the ongoing creation of our nation. Gary Hunt (Fellowship 2010) – SoTL Portal: Connecting Researchers [Proposal; Interim; Final] Development Education Grants are peer review grants (between $500 and $3,000) that aim to promote the practice and strong resources available for the development of education in Canada. Funded projects are expected to benefit the EDC Community and will address national or regional interests or concerns that will not be addressed by existing work, resources or literature. .