FLC Teacher Education students do hands-on science
education with children at the Campbell Child and Family
Center Math and Science Night. The Campbell Center is
funded in part through the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation.

Brownbag Lunch Workshop Series 2012-13

All workshops are held from 12:15-1:15 pm.
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October 2013:  Meet our Generous Local Sponsors 
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Location:   Vallecito Room, Student Union
This annual workshop is a great opportunity to get acquainted with our generous local sponsors! Representatives from the Ballantine Family Fund, LPEA Round-Up and Educational Grants, and MercuryGives will present information about their respective foundations and answer your questions.

February 2014:   Fulbright Scholarship Opportunities
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Location:  Student Union Room 163, Senate Chambers

FLC Fulbright Program Adviser Kathy Fine-Dare (Anthropology, Gender & Women's Studies, & Native American & Indigenous Studies) will provide information regarding the application process for Fulbright grants for research and teaching abroad for faculty (applications are due August 1, 2014, for next year's round); and study, research, and obtaining foreign language teaching assistantships for students (competition opens May 1, 2014).

March 2014: Grants for the Arts and Humanities  
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Location: Student Union Room 163, Senate Chambers  

Funding for Arts and Humanities projects is difficult to find and highly competitive, but this does not necessarily mean you have to enroll in Hogwarts.   It does require extra digging for funding opportunities, a tightly written proposal, innovative project design, lots of lead time, patience, a fairly thick skin and…(well okay, maybe a really thick skin) and above all, persistence!   We’ll start by looking at the review process for NEH / NEH grants and learn why, in this arena, it is smart to become a reviewer.  We’ll then search the Grants Resource Center database, check in on the Colorado Arts and Humanities funding scene and, if necessary, pass out applications to Hogwarts.  (Heck, it can’t hurt.)