Course Development Grants


To support new approaches to teaching on modern and contemporary Europe, the European Institute provides grants for developing courses on topics of significance to Europe as a whole or its relations with other world regions. The grants also support enhancements to existing courses, such as collaborative teaching. The grants are available to faculty in any Columbia or Barnard school or department.

Courses should be at the 3000 or 4000 level (advanced undergraduate and introductory graduate). Funds may be used, for example, for adjunct teaching, graduate assistants, travel, technological support, and other expenses for course development or teaching.

Courses developed through grants from the European Institute include Political Science W4401, “Europe after Lisbon,” developed by Prof. Lucy Goodhart.

We welcome inquiries about the grants at any time. For information contact Program Manager Tess Drahman.

To support new approaches to teaching on modern and contemporary Europe, the European Institute provides grants for developing courses on topics of significance to Europe as a whole or its relations with other world regions. The grants also support enhancements to existing courses, such as collaborative teaching. The grants are available to faculty in any Columbia or Barnard school or department.

Courses should be at the 3000 or 4000 level (advanced undergraduate and introductory graduate). Funds may be used, for example, for adjunct teaching, graduate assistants, travel, technological support, and other expenses for course development or teaching.

Courses developed through grants from the European Institute include Political Science W4401, “Europe after Lisbon,” developed by Prof. Lucy Goodhart.

We welcome inquiries about the grants at any time. For information contact Program Manager Tess Drahman.

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