The Small Development Project funding was first launched in 2004 - shortly after the creation of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. Over the following nine years they have proven to be very popular - and have introduced a range of innovative activities of benefit to higher education.
We are pleased to report that 35 completed bids have been submitted for the current round of Small Development Projects (SDP) funding. The quality again has been very high and the variety of topics addressed has broadened considerably compared to previous years.
The proposals have been assessed by a panel of members from the Leadership Foundation's Membership Advisory Group and Leadership Foundation senior managers.
Many thanks to all members who applied this year, especially to those who applied but were unsuccessful – we do hope that you are able to take your good ideas forward by other means.
The successful projects are celebrated in Issue 29 of the LFHE in-house magazine Engage
These projects will complete towards the end of 2013, can be found here: Small Development Projects 2012
If you would like to know more about the SDPs or about a specific project, please contact:
Stuart Hunt, Key Associate and Regional Co-ordinator
Dr Lesly Huxley, Director, Networks and Organisational Development