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UW Oshkosh
Office of Grants & Faculty Development
800 Algoma Boulevard
Dempsey Hall, Suite 214
Oshkosh, WI  54901-8601
Phone Numbers:
(920) 424-3215 (main phone)
(920) 424-3375 (Kelly Schill)
(920) 424-1315 (Cindy Maas)
(920) 424-3220 (Leah Mann)
(920) 424-1195 (Susan Surendonk)
(920) 424-0848 (Amy Knoll)

Fax: (920) 424-3221
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Faculty & Staff Development

How the Office of Grants and Faculty Development can help faculty and academic staff with their professional development.

We provide a comprehensive and holistic approach to faculty and staff development, including your scholarly, research and creative endeavors. By working with you on your specific research and project needs, we can help you create a framework that is aligned with your long-term academic and career vision. With the combined resources of the Grants Office, the Faculty Development Fund and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, you have a complete suite of opportunities that can be tailored to your specific teaching and learning objectives.

Grants & Research Support

UW Oshkosh is committed to developing our faculty as teacher-scholars. All faculty are encouraged to continue their pursuit of new knowledge in their discipline and contribute to the literature in their field. Both internal and external mechanisms of support are available.

Internal support includes the Research Component of the Faculty Development Fund, our student/faculty research support programs, the External Grants Expansion program, and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Opportunities through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). These programs are detailed in their respective sections below. 

Services to support grant-seekers include: identifying potential funding programs; proposal development coaching, liaison with funding agencies and program officers; budget development assistance; and proposal editing, processing and submission. We also support you in management of your grant once it's funded. 

For information about research administration and procedures, visit the Grant and Research Support section.

Teaching & Learning Excellence Opportunities

CETL offers many programs, workshops, funding opportunities and connections to System, national and international scholarly teaching endeavors, including:

Faculty Development Fund

The Faculty Development Fund offers many programs that support teaching and research:

  • Small Grants: Available on short notice, small grants of up to $750 are designed to complete or develop a project.
  • Teaching Component: Supports substantial teaching improvements for faculty. The focus of the teaching component is on developing course materials and new courses, which may be informed by scholarship of teaching and learning research.
  • Faculty College: Apply for funding to host workshops for professional development of faculty and instructional academic staff. 
  • Off-Campus Component: Apply for available funding for registration fees, travel and housing expenses associated with focused, interactive, off-campus professional learning experiences.


The Faculty Sabbatical Program enables recipients to become more effective teachers and scholars and to enhance their services to the University through intensive study. This privilege is granted to faculty members on the merit of their academic contributions.

Academic Staff Professional Development

All programs supported by the Office of Grants and Faculty Development are open to both Faculty and Academic Staff. In addition, the Academic Staff Professional Development program provides support for actively participating in activities that teach skills needed for changing needs and roles and enhancing career goals. 

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by Reinke, Heidi L last modified May 30, 2012 03:19 PM
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You might want to think twice if you typically pass on the cranberries at Thanksgiving. While they may be a long way from zeroing in on the smoking gun, a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student and faculty research collaboration is on the hunt for compounds with antiviral activity in cranberries, other Wisconsin fruits and juices and some more exotic varieties.