Title III Grant

News

Collaboration and Development 101 Series
Come to Syllabus Writing 101 to work on writing your syllabi and make sure your syllabi meets the requirements of the USM faculty handbook!
High Impact Educational Practices proposals are due Dec. 11, 2015.
Faculty Interest Group Proposals are due December 18th!
Deadline is May 15th - Click this link for more information and instructions on how to apply today!
Sandra McGuire
with Dr. Saundra Y. McGuire on Metacognition Teaching and Learning Strategies
Faculty at Table
USM’s Faculty Commons and the Title III Grant’s Project Team announce the Second Call for Proposals for Faculty Interest Groups (FIGs) and FIG Leaders
Group presentation
Dr. Paula Gerstenblatt's Oral History and Social Work class this summer is an excellent example of immersive, high impact educational practices that utilize digital storytelling to engage with community and represent critical issues through individual narratives.
Faculty at Table
USM’s Faculty Commons and the Title III Grant’s Project Team announce a Call for Proposals for Faculty Interest Groups (FIGs) and FIG Leaders First Round DUE 10/01/14
USM lab with students
USM is happy to announce the fall 2014 recipients of USM’s High Impact Practices mini-grants, funded by USM’s Title III grant
The Title III grant High Impact Practices Coordinating Committee invites applications for small grants in the amount of $500.

Pages

Subscribe to University of Southern Maine > Title III Grant > News

What is Title III?

Strengthening Institutions

Title III Part: A Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) “helps eligible IHEs to become self-sufficient and expand their capacity to serve low-income students by providing funds to improve and strengthen the academic quality, institutional management, and fiscal stability of eligible institutions.”

Learn More