Information gathered from Duke University’s Funding Opportunities listserv:
The Duke University Graduate School offers doctoral students an opportunity for professional, leadership and pedagogical development through its Teaching Mini-Grants program. Each year, the Graduate School awards up to three project proposals. Each winning proposal is awarded a $1,500 stipend plus up to $500 for project expenses. The proposal can be developed by an individual graduate student or up to three graduate students who plan to be enrolled in both Fall and Spring terms (stipend shared by joint applicants).
Full project proposals and application materials are due by May 6, 2011.
This Duke internal funding is restricted to Duke graduate students.
The official announcement and description of this opportunity may be found on the funding agency’s website: