In addition to University-wide financial support, the College of Arts and Sciences provides financial support for teaching, research, travel, and development through Faculty Development Grants and Travel Grants.
The College of Arts and Sciences provides support for research, scholarly work, grant writing, pedagogical development, and creative endeavors. These grants provide for three categories of funding:
Submission Deadline: Last Friday in October (October 27, 2023).
These grants are available to two or more faculty who are working on a joint project: reading groups, conference planning, curriculum revision and development, and so on. Funds may be used to purchase materials and/or compensate student research assistants.
These grants provide faculty with support for research, creative activity, writing projects, and pedagogical development. Grants may be used to purchase materials (books, software, permissions, supplies), support project-related travel (libraries, laboratories, archives, sites, etc.), and/or compensate student research assistants.
This easy-to-apply-for grant provides funds for faculty to purchase items related to professional activities (e.g., books, software, permissions, instrumentation fees, facility admission, teaching/research supplies, professional memberships, subscriptions, honorariums, publication charges).
Faculty Development Grant forms should be submitted electronically.
The College of Arts and Sciences recently sponsored the following Faculty Development projects:
Tenured, tenure-track, and visiting faculty are eligible to apply annually for travel support for one travel grant of $1500 for domestic conferences or $2000 for international.
Faculty may apply for travel grant funding to:
Travel Grant Application are due September 1, December 1, or March 1. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the Dean's Office.