Grants and Applications
In support of President Nellis' initiative to grow Texas Tech's online education presence, TTU Worldwide eLearning is announcing three new funding opportunities to support distance and online programs:
- 2016 Request for Proposals for the Development of New Distance/Online Programs
- 2016 Course Development Grants
- 2015-2016 Travel Stipend Funding Request Form
- 2016 Grant Announcement Memo
Course Development Grants and Proposals for the Development of New Distance/Online Programs are due November 15, 2015.
eLearning Faculty Fellow
TTU Worldwide eLearning also has an opening for a term-appointed eLearning Faculty Fellow. This faculty fellowship position is intended to provide the candidate with a nine-month opportunity to cultivate a research project, be involved as eLearning develops new programs, and serve as an online/distance education advocate at Texas Tech University. We are interested in a candidate with training or experience in online and/or distance education and with a research agenda dealing with online and/or distance education. Candidates must be in a tenured, tenure-track or continuous appointment position.