Please note: The teaching grant submission deadline has been extended to September 30!
KNIME is looking to improve undergraduate and postgraduate data science and data analytics education by offering KNIME Teaching Grants.
With KNIME Analytics Platform we already offer educators an open source low code platform for teaching data analytics, data engineering, data science, and AI to students in any discipline. To build upon this, the new KNIME Teaching Grants will support the development of innovative teaching concepts and new educational materials that leverage KNIME for data science education. Examples of materials include slides or videos on specific topics, lab exercises or student challenges with reusable data, and instructive use-cases or workflow examples.
Each project will be supported by a grant of $ 5000 from KNIME.
We envision that materials created with the support of this grant are shared (with a permissive license) on the KNIME Teaching Materials Repository to facilitate re-use by educators and members of the KNIME Educators Alliance and others.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case of questions.
Opens: August 1, 2022 - 9:00 AM PT
Closes: September 30, 2022 - 6:00 PM PT
Award Decisions Sent By: October 14, 2022
Applicant must be a member of the KNIME Educators Alliance
Applicant must hold a KNIME L1 certification for Basic Proficiency in KNIME Analytics Platform
Cover letter incl. project outline, course syllabus or content outline, and licensing proposal (max. 5 pages)
Proof of affiliation, e.g., a support letter, with an institution of secondary, higher, or continuing education in the United States
This is a competitive program: the selection committee will not award all projects that meet the eligibility requirements. Please note that only complete submissions will be considered during the selection procedure.
Publication of Results
Results from accepted projects must be published or presented in the 12 months following the award decision. Results can be disseminated through speaking at a public event (e.g. webinar), publishing an article in a peer-reviewed journal, or providing a recorded talk, slide show, or text for publication on our website. If you are planning a reporting activity that does not fall into any of these categories, please state this in your cover letter.
The grant money of $ 5000 will be offered as a donation to the institution of the proposer and can be used as they see fit.