Internal Grant Competitions
Annual Funding Opportunities
The Office for Research is pleased to announce the availability of institutional grant funds for the academic year through the following programs.
Idaho State University’s internal grant competitions reflect a continued focus on providing direct funding, across various disciplines, by supporting the research and scholarly endeavors of the faculty at ISU.
Internal Grant Competitions are funded by reinvesting the indirect costs recovered from external grant awards to ISU. Internal funds are available in three grant categories as described below.
All proposals for internal grant funding must be accompanied by a completed and signed “Internal Grant Routing Form.“ This form does not count towards any page count limitations in any of the internal grant programs.
Seed Grant Guidelines and Application
Individual awards may be up to $20,000 each.
The central purpose of the ISU Office for Research Faculty Seed Grant Program is to encourage new junior level faculty, as well as existing faculty who are renewing or refocusing their research programs into a totally new direction, to develop research, scholarly, or creative programs that provide the potential for sustained professional development and extramural support.
This seed grant program will help provide preliminary data to support proposals for external funding thus enhancing research, scholarly and creative activities within our faculty.
Deadline: February 28 of each year.
ISU Developing Collaborative Partnerships
Grants from $15,000-$50,000 available for ISU faculty.
The Office for Research is soliciting internal proposals to support the development of large-scale, Interdisciplinary/Collaborative (I/C) research projects.
These funds will enable the university to grasp opportunities that have the potential to propel ISU to new research prominence via strategic investment of targeted resources.
Deadline: November 1 of each year.
ISU Travel Grants
The Office for Research has offered the Faculty Travel Grant program for a number of years where tenure, tenure-track, or clinical faculty applied for travel funding to assist with their research and scholarly activities. Recently, in a self-review of our internal grant funding programs, it has been determined that faculty will be better served if control of the travel control of the travel grant funding is shifted to the college level.
For more info, please contact your respective dean.
Other Internal Funding Opportunities
View other funding opportunities (not managed by the Office for Research).
For more information about Internal Grant Competitions ran by the Office for Research, please contact:
Dave Harris, Assistant Vice President for Sponsored Programs Support, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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