Expanding Horizons Initiative (EHI) works to support research, scholarship, creative endeavors and curricular innovation in the College of Arts and Sciences. Each year, the EHI will announce funding opportunities in a variety of categories. In this inaugural year (2021), there are five larger funding categories:
Sabbatical Research Fellowship Opportunity for Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is beginning the process of updating its Strategic Plan. As part of that process, the Foundation invites feedback on the Vision, Core Values, Strategic Goals, and Strategic Objectives described in the current NSF Strategic Plan at http://www.nsf.gov/about/performance/strategic_plan.jsp.
On behalf of the Foundation, we encourage input from...
Faculty who would like to seek funding from foundations should contact Jim Southworth or Sally Garrett-Karyo in the institutional office of Research and Competitive Awards Development.
Jim and Sally are available to assist CAS faculty in securing funding from non-profit sources, including foundations and associations. They can assist with identifying...
Request for Applications 2020
The Community and Collaboration (C&C) component of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) is pleased to announce a funding opportunity intended to support, promote and highlight interdisciplinary teams - which include translational partners - by providing pilot funding for a Translational Research Project1 (TRP) that addresses a particular...
In an effort to provide comprehensive and timely support for proposal development and submission, the College is implementing a proactive research administration strategy using the Proposal Initiation Form.
The purpose of this tool is to facilitate communication between the faculty member, department administrator, department chair, and the management center regarding...