BC Foundation Grant Programs
BCF Mini-Grant applications will be available August 2014
Lockwood Foundation Grant applications will be available November 2014
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 2014-2015 Mini-Grants will be available in August 2014. The deadline for application will be in early October 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 2015 Lockwood Foundation Grant will be available in November 2014. The deadline for application will be in February 2015.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Susan Kingsbury-Comeau.
The BC Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the
Lockwood Faculty Excellence Award
Microscope Cameras – Technology to Improve Lab Engagement
S. Roshni Tewari, Science
Pilot Web Content Management Competency Based Online Certificate
Suzanne Marks, Business Technology Systems
Please join us in congratulating the recipients!
These grants are made available through a generous donation from the Lockwood Foundation.
The BC Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of
the Fall 2013 Foundation Mini-Grants
In November 2013, the BC Foundation awarded $15,000 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.
Hands on Anatomy – Annalisa Lembo, Math & Science
Video Cameras for students in the Digital Media Arts program – David Bruckner, Digital Media Arts
Accessible STEM Internship Project (ASIP) – Lee Steadman, Disability Resource Center
Staying Ahead of the Machine – Spatial Awareness and Safety in Radiation Therapy – Linda Schinman, Radiation Therapy
Behavioral Intervention Team – Pavy Thao, Counseling
ASL Assessment Videos – Richard Mangan, World Languages/Arts & Humanities
Test Fest 2014 – Shanon Ehmke Reedy, Institute for Business and Information Technology
KBCS Studio Lighting Project – Steve Ramsey, KBCS & Rick Otte, Television Services
Speaker Series: Sonography Experts – Terry Hatcher, Health Science Education and Wellness Institute /Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology
Please join us in congratulating all of the recipients!
The BC Foundation Mini-Grant program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff.