The Innovations in Engineering Education, Curriculum, and Infrastructure program supports research which addresses three aspects of engineering education: (1) how students best learn the ideas, principles, and practices to become creative and innovative engineers, and how this learning is measured; (2) how to more effectively translate successes in engineering education research into widespread practice with consideration of curriculum, student learning, innovation models, and cyber-learning technology; and (3) implementation of programs for students supported by the GI Bill. The National Science Foundation will provide 35 to 40 awards. The funding amount will be $150,000 to $400,000. Funding is contingent upon availability of appropriations. Area 1 projects will be funded at a level of up to $400,000. Area 2 or 3 projects will be funded at a level up to $150,000, but projects involving multiple universities may apply for grants up to $200,000. Learn more here.