CCMA Faculty Development Mini-Grant Awardees

November 23, 2021

Campus Compact Mid-Atlantic (CCMA) is pleased to announce the awardees of its 2021-2022 Faculty Development Mini-Grants. The purpose of the CCMA Faculty Development Mini-Grant Program is to support member faculty development in order to enhance student learning and engagement aligned with CCMA’s mission, vision, and values. These outstanding programs will actively advance equity in our communities through training faculty in a variety of civic and community engagement methods. CCMA’s vision is to play an integral role in the development of globally engaged citizens who actively contribute to creating equitable, sustainable, and socially just communities. Faculty members are key in the development of engaged citizens, which is why it is integral to invest in them.

Frostburg State University’s Center for Teaching Excellence 

The Center for Teaching Excellence will receive $1,500 to support the Annual Regional Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, a conference which is free and open to all educators. 

Date: January 20th, 2022

University of Delaware’s Partnership for Public Education 

The Partnership for Public Education will receive $2,000 to develop the university’s internal capacity to mobilize research by funding webinars and collaborative workshops designed to support faculty and staff in translating and mobilizing their research to educators who can apply it. 

Date: TBD

University of Maryland, Baltimore Critical Conversations Dialogue Program

Intercultural Leadership & Engagement will receive $2,000 to create a cohort-based dialogue program facilitated by trained professionals to offer space for community members of diverse backgrounds to engage in dialogue on topics related to social identity. 

Date of event series: February 14th through the week of March 7th

University of Maryland, Baltimore Antiracist Writing Pedagogy and Assessment in Graduate-Level Courses in the Health Sciences and Human Services 

UMB’s Writing Center, in collaboration with the UMB Graduate School’s Science Communication Program, will receive $2,000 to offer a four-semester program to lead faculty through the process of integrating antiracist writing pedagogy and assessment practices into courses in health sciences and human services.

Date of event series: Spring 2022 through Spring 2023

University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s Faculty Development 

Faculty Development will receive $2,500 to create a virtual institute called Engaged Scholarship, Social Justice Pedagogy, and Critical Race Theory.


Date: Thursday, January 20, 2022

Please continue to visit CCMA’s website and view our Twitter for more information as the inaugural class of CCMA Faculty Mini-Grant recipients coordinates and announces more details about their programs and events.