Now accepting applications for the 2020-21 BC Foundation Lockwood Grant!
Deadline: Monday, February 24, 2020, by 11:59 P.M. PST
NOTE: This application works best using the Google Chrome web browser.
The Lockwood Foundation Grant is administered by the BC Foundation, and 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.
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Learn more about how to apply for a Lockwood Grant
The Foundation in collaboration with the BC RISE Learning Institute is hosting a series of Lockwood Grant Info Sessions where interested individuals can drop in to learn more about the process, ask questions, or have a Foundation staff member read through your draft application. There is no official program, and anyone interested is welcome to drop in at any time during the session.
|Tuesday, January 14, 2020||9:00 AM - 10:00 AM||Faculty Commons: D104E|
|Wednesday, January 29, 2020||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Faculty Commons: D104E|
|Thursday, February 13, 2020||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Faculty Commons: D104E|
The BC Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the
2019 Lockwood Foundation Grant for BC Faculty Excellence & Innovation Award
In April 2019, the BC Foundation awarded $10,000 in Lockwood Foundation BC Faculty Excellence and Innovation Grants to two worthy projects. These grants are made available through a generous donation from the Lockwood Foundation.
Fostering Equity and Inclusive Access: Providing Psychological Assessments for Low-Income Students with Suspected Learning Disabilities
This project was awarded a $1,500 Mini-Grant from the Bellevue College Foundation in December 2018. The Lockwood Grant will be used as seed money in supporting the Counseling Center to provide no-cost psychological assessments to low-income students with suspected learning disabilities. Students who do not have insurance or other financial means to pay for assessments will be given priority.
Steven Martel, Yu-ting Su, & Ana Bravo – Counseling Center
Faculty Learning Community in VR/XR Curriculum Development
The purpose of this project is to create a Faculty Learning Community focused on using and creating a curriculum that is based on the various forms of virtual reality including extended (XR) and augmented (AR) realities. The project builds on previous Lockwood support and brings more faculty into the practice of not only using VR/XR in their classrooms but actually supports faculty in building their own VR/XR content, which can then be shared to a larger audience.
Christina Sciabarra – Social Science
Please join us in congratulating the recipients!
Last Updated January 3, 2020