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NTR Teaching Grant Program

Grant Information & Application

NTR’s teaching grants support the development of new instructional materials in the areas of negotiation and conflict management. In 2024 NTR is particularly interested in proposals that develop teaching materials at the interface of Negotiation and Sustainability. NTR also continues to be interested in supporting AI facilitated learning initiatives. NTR is prepared to fund 5 – 10 teaching grants of up to $5,000 each annually.

NTR’s teaching grants are open to scholars associated with universities globally. Scholars and teams of scholars at any career stage are eligible for NTR teaching grants, however, NTR prioritizes supporting early career scholars.

The recipient’s institution must be able to accept the grant funds in U.S. dollars and commit to taking no overhead or indirect expense costs. NTR is a 501c(3) not-for-profit corporation

The NTR Board of Directors reviews the teaching grant proposals.

Evaluation criteria include: 1) Quality of application – innovative idea to facilitate learning; 2) Feasibility of activity – likelihood of activity being used in classrooms beyond those of the developers; 3) Priority for supporting underdeveloped areas, such as a multi-round exercise, an exercise that is team on team with team members having different interests, an exercise involving agents.4) Priority for supporting materials that teach concepts.

Acknowledgement and Product
Scholars should acknowledge NTR support in publications that result from their projects: “The development of this exercise was supported by a grant from NTR (negotiationandteamresources.com).”

NTR will have right of first refusal to distribute new teaching materials developed with funding from NTR. NTR’s author licensing agreement is available upon request.

The NTR teaching grant period is two years. At the end of the grant period, NTR expects scholars to submit a completed project as well as an abstract of no more than 500 words describing the project. NTR encourages grant recipients to use their product in their own classrooms and present their product in venues designed to help teach others to use teaching materials.

Budget Guidelines
Teaching grant money may be used for video, programming, project related travel, teaching expenses, and software (but usually not hardware). If an internship is part of the application, the application must be signed by applicant and host.

Application Information
Proposals are due April 1. Complete the downloadable Application Form, which requires a 500 word abstract, a budget, no more than a 10-page proposal, and vita.  Funding decisions are usually made by May 15.

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