Intramural Grants

University Provost Seed Grant Program

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The University Provost (UP) Seed Grant Program is an annual competition for full-time faculty that seeks to cultivate research with the potential for extramural support.  

Seed grant recipients must each make a long-term commitment to work with an external mentor; prepare a full-scale extramural proposal to a nationally-recognized sponsor; subsequently evaluate the sponsor’s critique and, if not initially funded, prepare a revised application for the next available application cycle. Successful Seed grant applicants will be funded over a 12-month period (July – June), but should anticipate that the process for seeking extramural funding may extend beyond the funded project period.

The Seed Grant Application

The electronic Seed Grant Application Form and contact information can be accessed by clicking the ‘Application form’ button on the top.

Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on the deadline date indicated; incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

Collaborative Grant Program for College of Arts and Sciences

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The FDU Collaborative Grants in Sustainability for tenured and tenure-track faculty in the newly merged College of Arts and Sciences (effective fall 2020).

The FDU Collaborative Grants in Sustainability in the newly merged College of Arts and Sciences seeks meritorious proposals with an overarching theme of sustainability for fundamental, applied or pedagogical research. Tenured and tenure-track faculty are eligible and expected to collaborate with colleagues in Arts & Sciences across campuses. The goal is to advance scholarship through publication, and preparation of a full-scale extramural proposal to a nationally-recognized sponsor. The PI and Co-PI are expected to present their experience and findings at an FDU Research Forum. FDU anticipates funding 2 or 3 grant proposals, each with budgets not exceeding $5,000 for this inaugural 2020 funding cycle. A faculty member may submit and/or collaborate in no more than one application for per year.

The Collaborative Grant for Arts and Sciences Application

The electronic Application Form and contact information can be accessed by clicking the ‘Application form’ button on the top.

Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on the deadline date indicated; incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

Collaborative Grant for Program Independent Professional Schools and Colleges

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The FDU Collaborative Grants in Sustainability program for tenured and tenure-track faculty in Silberman College of Business, Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies and faculty in FDU independent Professional Schools (effective Fall 2020).

The FDU Collaborative Grants in Sustainability program is for faculty in Silberman College of Business, Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies and FDU independent Professional Schools. The program seeks meritorious proposals with an overarching theme of sustainability from tenured and tenure-track faculty for fundamental, applied or pedagogical research. Applicants are expected to collaborate with at least one other colleague from another Professional School. The goal is to advance scholarship through publication and preparation of a full-scale extramural proposal to a nationally-recognized sponsor. The PI and Co-PI are also expected to present their experience and findings at an FDU Research Forum. FDU anticipates funding 2 or 3 grant proposals, each with budgets not exceeding $5,000 for this inaugural 2020 funding cycle. A faculty member may submit and/or collaborate in no more than one application per year.

The Collaborative Grant for Arts and Sciences Application

The electronic Application Form and contact information can be accessed by clicking the ‘Application form’ button on the top.

Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on the deadline date indicated; incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Contact Information
Jane Tsambis
University Director of Grants & Sponsored Projects