Internal Grants

Curricular Grant Opportunities

Application Form for All Curricular Grants - Deadline February 10, 2020

Other Internal Grant Opportunities

Cover Sheet for Other Internal Grant Opportunities - Deadline September 13, 2019

Broom Public Scholarship Project Grants

  • Requests for Broom funds to support public scholarship are accepted on a rolling basis.

Carleton Arts & Technology (CArtT) Grants

  • CArtT is a curricular initiative to foster integration of arts and technology on campus.

Incubator Grants

  • Requests for incubator grants to foster pedagogical and curricular exploration and experimentation are accepted on a rolling basis.

Lilly Bayard Fund Supporting Research and Study

Muirhead Grants for Arts and Sciences Collaboration

National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD)

  • The NCFDD's bootcamp program is for tenure-track and tenured faculty who are looking for a combination of empirically-tested skills and strategies to improve research productivity and to propel their work-life balance and personal growth. 

Public Works: Arts & Humanities Connecting Communities

Puzak Fund for Experiential Learning and Community Engagement

  • Requests for Puzak funds are accepted on a rolling basis. 

Research Assistants

  • Faculty wishing to hire a student research assistant to help with a particular project can apply for a grant to fund up to 160 student work hours. This fund is intended to primarily benefit the faculty member and facilitate the progress of their research. If you hire a student to work for you as a research assistant, you are not eligible for a summer mentoring stipend. Faculty who wish to mentor a student to make an original contribution to the faculty member's research or creative project should pursue funding through the Undergraduate Research link below. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Undergraduate Research

  • Faculty wishing to engage students as collaborators in their research projects can apply for funding opportunities described on the Undergraduate Research For Faculty page. The funds are to support student research partners during summer or winter break.