The UNO Academic Assessment Committee and UNO’s Office of General Education and Dual Enrollment are pleased to announce the availability of assessment mini-grants for 2019-2020.
Applications for mini-grants are due by 5 P.M., Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Applications should be submitted via NuRamp (formerly MavGrants).
Three grant options are available:
- Option A – Application of a standard rubric to assess general education courses
- Option B – Analysis of course-level assessment data
- Option C – Analysis of program-level assessment data
Grants may be awarded to a single faculty member or multiple faculty members depending upon the option selected. Learn More.
For more information, please contact Dr. Julie Blaskewicz Boron, Academic Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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