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Teaching-Related Education and Travel (TREAT) program

Award Name: 
Teaching-Related Education and Travel (TREAT) program
Award Description: 
The Center for Teaching Excellence provides travel funds for faculty members through the Teaching-Related Education and Travel (TREAT) program. This program is designed to encourage Lawrence campus faculty members to explore cutting-edge work being done in teaching, helping them become part of the national and international communities of excellence in teaching. The primary purpose of the TREAT program is not to support travel for presentations; rather, the program’s purpose is to deepen faculty members’ understanding of and interest in the scholarship of teaching.
Award Unit: 
KU Units
Award Eligibility: 
University-wide
Award Owner: 
Center for Teaching Excellence
Award Rank: 
Open
Award Application Deadline: 
Fall
Award Summary: 
Travel award for teaching-related education.
Award Application Process: 
Yes
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