The Presidential Instructional Technology Fellows (PITFs) program was established to recruit and train fellows in conjunction with the Schools to work with faculty to develop digital course materials with immediate educational benefits. PITFs leverage existing software tools developed here at Harvard and provide outreach. For more information, read more
The President's Innovation Fund for International Experiences provides grants to faculty members at any Harvard school to support the development of creative and significant academic experiences abroad for Harvard College students. Funded through the generosity of David Rockefeller as part of his major commitment to support international experiences for students at the College, these grants seek to foster the participation of all Harvard graduate and professional schools, departments, centers, and other academic units in expanding international opportunities for Harvard undergraduates. For more information, read more.
The PFIC program is now an annual (once per year) competition. The deadline for this year is Friday, February 14, 2014 (midnight). For more information, click here.
The Biomedical Accelerator Fund was established to overcome what is known as the “development gap,” a classic obstacle or limitation of academic research which may prevent such research from reaching fruition and translation. Through the Accelerator, we hope to expedite the development of greater numbers of investment- and venture-grade technologies, thereby increasing the flow of Harvard-originated technologies from the laboratory to the marketplace. For more information, read more|