Seed grants are available to support outreach and engagement projects.
Oct. 5 at 5pm is the deadline for faculty, staff and students to apply for seed grant funds from MSU's Outreach and Engagement Council.
The Montana State University Outreach and Engagement Council invites proposals for the 2018-19 academic year seed grant funds. Funding for this program is provided to promote outreach and engagement activities that involve faculty, students, and staff in partnership with local and regional constituents to address the needs of citizens in Montana and beyond. The grants are intended to encourage external and multidisciplinary partnerships and to leverage additional funds for engagement activities when possible.
Grant proposal guidelines are at
The Web site also includes links to projects that were funded during the Council's previous seed grant funding cycles.
- Academic Technology and Outreach
Kim Obbink, Outreach & Engagement Council Chair