Diversification Mini-Grants Award Program
Funded by the VP for Research office, Center for Faculty Excellence, and ADVANCE: Project TRACS, proposal solicitations will be announced each year to all faculty with priority given to outstanding applications by women in STEM/SBS. We are anticipating 4 awards per year. The mini-grants can be used to diversify one’ s research or teaching and could include requesting funds to collect pilot data, collaborate on an interdisciplinary project, develop multi-department research proposals or courses, pair new faculty with senior faculty across departments, request funds for retreats, workshops, or speakers, travel to other campuses and conferences, add a diversity component to existing research and courses, etc.
2015 Call for Proposals
ADVANCE Project TRACs Mini-Grants: All proposals submitted for the Faculty Excellence Grants Program will also be considered for support under the ADVANCE program for the same level of support. The purpose of the ADVANCE grants is to strengthen the research programs of women faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines and underrepresented areas of Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS). Priority for funding from ADVANCE will be given to grants requesting funds for interdisciplinary research projects.
The following process will be utilized for AY15-16:
Questions about the Faculty Excellence Grants Program should be directed to
Marilyn Lockhart at email@example.com or 994-4555.
Information sessions regarding will be held on the following dates:
· Tuesday, February 17 at 12:00 p.m. in SUB 232
· Monday, February 23 at 2:00 p.m. in SUB 236
NOTE: ALL TENURE AND NON-TENURE TRACK FACULTY ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THESE GRANTS
Mini-Grant Winners for 2013!
These outstanding proposals rose to the top and are this years 2013 awardees supported by the ADVANCE Project TRACS initiative to Enhance Research Capacity and Opportunity. These awards are made possible in large part by the Vice President for Research Office, which is highly committed to broadening the participation of women in STEM/SBS. These awardees serve as role model to many women students and faculty at MSU and are to be commended for your scholarly achievements.
|Dr. Lisa Rew||Land Resources & Environmental Sciences||
Ecological Statistics Workshop
|Dr. Graham Austin||Business||Course Buy-out|
|Dr. Sarah Codd & Dr. Joseph Seymore||Mechanical & Industrial Engineering / Chemical & Biological Engineering||Joint Application for Travel Expenses|
|Dr. Lisa Davis||Mathematical Sciences||Course Buy-out|
|Dr. Andrea Litt||Ecology||
EURING Analytical Meeting & Workshop
|Dr. Elizabeth Shanahan||Political Science||
International Conference on Public Policy
Mini Grant Announcement: http://www.montana.edu/teachlearn/documents/FEGAnnouncement_S13.pdf
Mini-Grant Winners for 2014!
|Dr. Jennifer Green||Mathematical Sciences||Multi-institutional, interdisciplinary STEM research|
|Dr. Laura Hildreth||Mathematical Sciences|
|Dr. Stephanie Wettstein||Chemical & Biological Engineering||Travel to increase collaborative research opportunities|