November 9, 2022

Faculty and staff invited to apply for innovation grants

The Innovation Hub announces two grant opportunities with upcoming deadlines.

Teams of West Lafayette faculty and staff can submit proposals to the Innovation Hub’s Transdisciplinary Program Planning Grant Competition, which will award up to $20,000 to support planning for transdisciplinary experiences for students. Proposals are due by Dec. 2, and the experiences themselves must be delivered before Fall 2024.

Download a proposal template here and learn more about the request for proposals.  

Faculty and staff also can submit proposals for the second round of pilot-scale Innovation Grants, which will award up to $40,000 to teams pursuing academic innovation projects that align with Innovation Hub goals. Proposals are due Jan. 20, 2023.

Download a proposal template and read the Innovation Grant FAQ here.

For both programs, proposers are encouraged to send a one-page summary to innovation-hub@purdue.edu well before the due date, and Innovation Hub leadership will provide candid feedback about project ideas and alignment with Innovation Hub priorities and goals.  

Read more about the first round of Innovation Grant awards here.

About the Innovation Hub

The Innovation Hub is a part of the Innovation College and Transformative Education 2.0 with a focus on designing the future of residential higher education at scale in pursuit of making Purdue the most innovative residential program among large research universities. The primary goals are to enable and propagate the innovations that advance teaching and learning at Purdue, add significant value to students and their experiences, and cultivate the passion for learning inherent in Purdue’s people.


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