Breeden Endowment Grants
The Daniel F. Breeden Endowed Grant Program supports teaching and learning projects that directly benefit the instructor, students, and Auburn University’s overall teaching program. Approximately $30,000 is available each academic year for awards. The Breeden Program is managed by the Biggio Center. The grant review and selection panel is drawn from the University Senate Teaching Effectiveness Committee.
To view previous awardees, please visit the Breeden Grant archive page.
- Tenured/tenure-track faculty from any discipline, or faculty from the Lecturer or Clinician title series with appointments continuing through academic year 2021-2022.
- Contingent faculty (part-time, adjunct etc.) may apply as part of a collaborative effort with a faculty member from the group listed above (tenured/tenure- track, full time lecturer, full time clinician).
- Preference will be given to early career, pre-tenured faculty.
- Faculty who have been awarded a Breeden Endowed Grant within the last two years are eligible to apply, however their applications will receive lower priority than those from faculty who have not.
- Proposals for collaborative projects involving multiple faculty and departments are encouraged.
- November 5. 2021: Proposal submission due date
- December 3, 2021: Award status notifications sent
- January 1 – December 31 2022: Funds availability
- March 31, 2023: Final Report due
A complete final report must be turned in at the end of the grant duration. Complete this survey to submit a Final Report
Securing Breeden Grant Funding
Last modified: September 22, 2021