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Welcome to the application page for ACM faculty development projects!
Below are current ACM projects with active proposal solicitations.


FaCE Fall 2018 Full Proposals

Deadline December 14, 2018

This Call invites project teams identified through the FaCE Fall 2018 Pre-Proposal cycle to submit full proposals elaborating on the projects described in their pre-proposal submissions. The full proposals submitted here should describe joint research projects, teaching and learning collaborations, collaboratively organized events, reading groups, and other collaborative initiatives that:

  • Engage faculty either from multiple institutions or from different departments within a single institution;
  • Identify and implement innovations that have the potential to address current challenges or opportunities faced by liberal arts colleges and their faculty; and
  • Show plans to become sustainable on the campuses involved and demonstrate the potential to be replicable on other campuses through effective dissemination strategies.

Full proposals are due via this online platform no later than 11:59 p.m. (Central) on December 14, 2018.

To start, continue, review, or finalize and submit a proposal, click here:

Submit FaCE Fall 2018 Full Proposal

For more information about FaCE, please visit our website at:

http://www.ACM.edu/FaCE


Fostering Humanistic Tools for Digital Mapping

Deadline February 15, 2019

Application Information

A team of St. Olaf and Carleton faculty warmly invites ACM faculty and staff to participate in a four-day summer workshop titled “Fostering Humanistic Tools for Digital Mapping.” With generous support from the ACM Faculty Career Enhancement (FaCE) program, the workshop will take place Thursday, July 25 through Sunday morning, July 28at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota.

Maps, mapping, and spatial understanding are central to many current projects in the humanities. Too often, however, the tools and approaches that facilitate spatial knowledge are limited to GIS and data analysis - tools and methods most useful to scientists and social scientists. Humanists bring a range of other concerns to spatial data: humanities researchers and teachers need to be able to work smoothly with historical maps from diverse spatial traditions, to work in languages other than English, and to incorporate a range of media, just to name a few issues. Humanists often find existing digital mapping tools inadequate to their disciplinary needs.

Our workshop offers a response to these and other issues. It is intended for faculty and staff in any discipline at ACM schools who have some experience with digital mapping, or who are planning to make greater use of digital mapping in the future. Participants will receive training in existing tools to facilitate humanistic digital mapping work, will hear from expert practitioners, and will generate new resources for use by faculty and staff at their home institutions. The workshop will also inaugurate a network of teachers, researchers, and staff who can rely on each other for support in future digital mapping work.

The workshop will take place July 25-28 at St. Olaf College. Eligible participants will receive a stipend of $480 and most meals will be provided. Please contact Louis Epstein (epstein@stolaf.edu) with any questions.

Fostering Humanistic Tools for Digital Mapping More information

 


Final Project Report for Completed FaCE Projects

This portal serves as the mechanism to submit project information after the completion of the grant period. ACM staff will use the content you provide to update project descriptions on the ACM website at www.ACM.edu/professional_development/Project_Initiatives.html?pId=1&cycleId=1#browse.

In particular, please share information about the following aspects of your project as informed by your successful completion of the grant:

  • Major activities, including conference/workshop agenda, proceedings, etc.
  • Dissemination strategies
  • Resources and curricular materials
  • Significant outcomes and results

Please submit your information within one month of the end of the grant term and upload an itemized budget report signed by an authorized official within your college's finance office.

Submit Final Report

For more information about FaCE, please visit our website at:

http://www.ACM.edu/FaCE