The University of Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education shares information about funding opportunities of interest. These opportunities may be centered on campus, national, or even international. Check back often, as the list will be updated regularly.
University of Michigan
Center for IPE
IPE Travel Grant: Travel grant funds are available for faculty who hold at least a 50% appointment in one of the health science schools at U-M Ann Arbor campus; additionally, ALL Interprofessional Leadership Fellows are eligible to apply, as well as U-M health science students. Grants of up to $1,500 may be awarded (larger requests may be considered in special circumstances). Funds may be used for travel and conference expenses in accordance with U-M guidelines. Ongoing.
Elsewhere on Campus:
- Center for Research on Learning and Teaching: CRLT grants enhance teaching and learning and are open to eligible members of the Ann Arbor campus of U-M. Grants range from $500 Instructional Development Fund grants to $10,000 for for individual or collaborative groups of faculty to improve teaching and learning.
- Office of Academic Innovation has Quick Win Research grant opportunities that can be relevant for IPE, especially “Supporting communities in informal and/or formal learning environments.” Proposals will be reviewed three times a year: Jan. 15, June 15, and Sept. 15.
On the Radar for Next Year:
Office of Continuing Medical Education and Lifelong Learning: Grants up to $25,000 will support innovations in all aspects of physician/health professional learning, including content, process, outcomes or assessment, and encouraging interprofessional learning and team training.
Ginsberg Center Community Engagement Grants for Interprofessional Education:
Funding program is offered in partnership with the Michigan Center for Interprofessional Education to support community-engaged initiatives. Grants support interprofessional teams, representing at least two different schools, that include at least one past or current Interprofessional Leadership Fellow.
Michigan Medicine Office for Health Equity and Inclusion (OHEI) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Mini-Grants to acknowledge, inform, reinvigorate and refocus departmental and unit efforts on activities that promote respect for and learning about others.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
U-M Foundation Relations info for applying for RWJF funding.