Grantees

Teaching and Learning

February 2016
  • $50,000 over 16 months in support of graduate student preparation for teaching the "new majority" of undergraduate students.
November 2015
  • A $300,000 implementation grant to a group of community colleges working together to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education.
    Three grants to institutions working to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.SOmUYREi.dpuf
  • Three grants aimed to full embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs.
    o fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.SOmUYREi.dpuf
    o fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.SOmUYREi.dpuf
  • A $115,000 grant to create an online mini-course and resources to advance faculty understanding of the economics higher education.
  • A $222,500 grant to create best practices in teaching and learning with on-campus museum exhibits.
  • A $20,000 grant to support a convening of participants from the 2013 Teagle grant, “Creating Cohesive Paths to Civic Engagement.”
May 2015
  • Eight planning grants and one implementation grant to fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs.
  • Three grants to institutions working to create a more coherent and intentional curriculum whose goals, pathways, and outcomes are clear to students and other constituencies with a stake in the future of higher education.
  • A $25,000 planning grant in support of a project that aims to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees.aspx#sthash.DR2uOCoA.dpuf
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gMPvz534.dpuf
    Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gMPvz534.dpuf
  • An $300,000 implementation grant to launch the "Civic Media Consortium."
  • A planning grant to support the preparation of graduate students in the arts and sciences for teaching careers.
February 2015
  • Two grants in support of projects that aim to integrate technology into the residential liberal arts experience in ways that speak to both the quality of student learning and institutional capacity.
  • One planning grant in support of efforts to fully embed liberal arts education through the curriculum in professional undergraduate programs. 
  • One grant toward a consortium's efforts toward outreach, dissemination, and transition to a self-sustaining membership organization.
  • $300,000 over 38 months to launch the GLCA Teaching and Learning Center.
  • $50,000 over 12 months to to revise and expand the 2000 volume “How People Learn.”

College-Community Connections

February 2016
  • Six grants of $300,000 over 36 months for partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area.
  • Five grants of $50,000 over 24 months in support of programs at individual community-based organizations designed to enhance the college readiness and success of underserved New York City high school students.
November 2015
  • A $25,000 grant to support the development a leadership workshop to be used with youth development staff.
May 2015
  • One grant to the College Completion Innovation Fund that aims to collaboratively engage funders to improve college completion rates in New York City.
February 2015
  • Three one-year grants of $90,000 in support of partnerships between community-based organizations and higher education institutions in the New York City metropolitan area. Two grants of $45,000 for individual community-based organizations to develop sustainability plans for their college access and success programming.

Outcomes and Assessment

February 2016
  • $50,000 over 12 months to support the dissemination of the 2013 Teagle-funded project, "Measuring College Quality: Phase I, Humanities Component."
    Measuring College Quality: Phase I, Humanities Component - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees/default/?gg=1046&rfp=-1&o=1#1046

Special Grants

November 2015
  • One grant to a support program that help populations beyond the academy enjoy some of the core benefits of a liberal arts education.
    Three grants to support programs that help populations beyond the academy enjoy some of the core benefits of a liberal arts education. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gVcN4sZf.dpuf
    Three grants to support programs that help populations beyond the academy enjoy some of the core benefits of a liberal arts education. - See more at: http://www.teaglefoundation.org/Grantmaking/Grantees#sthash.gVcN4sZf.dpuf
May 2015
  • Three grants to support programs that help populations beyond the academy enjoy some of the core benefits of a liberal arts education.

Past Grants