The Bellevue College Foundation runs two grant programs: BC Foundation Mini-grants and the Lockwood Foundation Grant for BC Faculty Excellence and Innovation.
BC Foundation Mini-grants are open to faculty, staff and administrators and are given to support ongoing projects, one-time projects and new programs that may not be eligible for support through other college funding sources. Preference is given to projects that are consistent with the college’s strategic plan as well as the President’s and Foundation’s priorities and goals. The program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff. Applications for the 2013-2014 mini-grants have closed. The BC Foundation will begin accepting 2014-2015 applications beginning August 2014.
The Lockwood Foundation Grant is open to faculty members and is given in support of new or ongoing projects that promote innovation in teaching and/or advance entrepreneurial models at the college. Typically, individual grants will range from $2,500 to $10,000. These grants are made available through a generous donation from the Lockwood Foundation. Applications for the 2014 Lockwood Foundation Grant are available now. The deadline for the application is February 2014.
Now accepting Lockwood Foundation Fund for Faculy Excellence and Innovation
Grant Applications: November 13, 2013 – February 13, 2014
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Susan Kingsbury-Comeau.
ULTRASOUND PROBE TECHNOLOGY
Terry Hatcher, Diagnostic Ultrasound
Jennie Mayer, Chemistry
3D SKULLS AND STONE TOOL LAB DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT FOR ONLINE ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthony Tessandori, Anthropology
Please join us in congratulating Terry, Jennie and Anthony!
These grants are made available through a generous donation from the Lockwood Foundation.
IIn November 2012, the BC Foundation awarded $14,300 in mini-grants to a number of BC’s faculty, staff and administrators for a wide range of projects. Mini-grants are designed to support projects and programs that may not be eligible for support through other college funding sources. The program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff.
NURSING CLINICAL SIMULATION AND LEARNING
Jocelyn Anderson, Health Sciences Ed and Wellness Institute (Nursing)
ADOBE CS6 TEXTBOOKS FOR IBIT/BTS TEACHER ASSISTANTS AND TUTORS
Mary Corcoran, Institute for Business and Information Technology
SUMMER BRIDGE TO COLLEGE: AUTISM SPECTRUM NAVIGATORS
Sara Gardner, Disability Resource Center
TRiO SUMMER ENGLISH & MATH SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM
Ron Holland, TRiO
NARROWING SUCCESS RATE GAPS
Denise Johnson, Social Sciences (Sociology)
FUJITSU SCANSNAP SCANNERS
Michelle Robertson and Errold Nabong, Enrollment & Registrar Services
WATCHDOG NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Lisa Salkind, Student Programs (The Watchdog)
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY AGE LAB IMPROVEMENT
Anthony Tessandori, Science (Anthropology)
The BC Foundation Mini-Grant program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff.
Donors are the critical link in providing BC students with the opportunity to make their educational dreams come true. Gifts to the BC Foundation can be structured to suit your desired area of support.
Establish the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies and the Early Learning Center
Scholarships and academic programs raised at 2013 Annual Luncheon nearly