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Proposals Now Being Accepted for the 2012-13 Curricular Development Challenge Fund Grant Program

October 16, 2012

The NYU Office of Faculty Resources is pleased to announce that
proposals are now being accepted for the 2012-13 Curricular
Development Challenge Fund (CDCF) grant program. The CDCF helps NYU
schools, departments, and individual faculty members create new
academic programs and courses, update and expand existing courses, or
undertake special projects that will promote curricular developments.
Several projects each year are selected for funding; the average
project receives between $5,000 and $7,000.

Interested faculty and administrators should submit their project
proposals by December 14, 2012. CDCF proposals may be submitted
electronically. For detailed information about the submission process
and proposal criteria, please visit the CDCF website.

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Proposals Now Being Accepted for the 2012-13 Curricular Development Challenge Fund Grant Program

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