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Faculty Professional Development Center Grants: lnternal Annual Grant

Final Reporting Requirements

Please use the "Final Report Submission Format" for items 1-6 below. For all categories the reports MUST include:

  1. Title Page
  2. An explanation of how the project and professional development goals were met
  3. An explanation of the significance and impact of the project in the RFP category
  4. A budget page showing how the money was spent and copies of receipts, Travel Expense Report, etc
  5. An article (500 words or less) summarizing the project for the FPD Newsletter that is published on the FPDC website
  6. A presentation about the project at California University of PA during Academic Excellent Week

Additionally, the following requirements are category specific.

Scholarly Growth

  1. Proof of presentations or exhibitions, public performances, publications, or some other recognized form appropriate to the particular field (e.g., published abstract or performance program).
  2. A copy of the presentation or the publication (if in review or in press, please submit a working draft). If the presentation is a poster, then an 8.5" by 11" version can be submitted. If an exhibition or public performance was held, then a program, pictures, video tape of a performance, or other suitable media should be submitted.

Teaching

  1. If the project results in a new course, then a copy of the new course proposal should be included in the report.
  2. If the project results in revising a course, then a copy of the old syllabus and the new syllabus with an explanation of the changes that occurred should be included in the report.
  3. If the project results in a new program, a copy of this program should be included in the report.
  4. If the project results in a revised program, then copies of the old program and the new program should be submitted with an explanation of what changes occurred in the report.
  5. If the project results in new assessment strategies, then a copy of the new assessment(s) should be included in the report.

Service

  1. Proof of public service. Examples of proof would be a letter from the recipient agency, pictures of faculty and students working with in the agency, or a course syllabus (if the service is related to a particular course).
  2. A few letters or essays from students explaining how the project helped them gain a better understanding of public service and needs of the community.

Final Report Submission Format

  1. Title Page to include the following:
    1. Project title
    2. RFP category
    3. Grant amount requested/grant amount expended
    4. Department
    5. Project director
    6. Other participants
  2. An explanation of how the project and professional development goals were met
    1. State each goal that was listed in the grant application
    2. Provide a brief explanation of how that goal was achieved
  3. An explanation of the significance and impact of the project in the RFP category
  4. A budget page showing how the money was spent and copies of receipts, and a copy of the University travel expense report form (if applicable)
    1. Use format provided (see table provided)
    2. Attach all receipts

Required Format for Final Budget Summary
Project BudgetProposed
Grant Expense
Actual
Grant Expense*
Difference
Salaries/Stipends
Student Wages
Supplies
Operating Expenses
Travel
Equipment
Honoraria (for consultants)
Other (specify)
TOTALS

* Provide receipt for actual grant expenses. Student wage payroll forms and faculty dual compensation forms are acceptable means of proof for salary related expenses.

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