Office for Scholarship Development and Academic Impact
The mission of the Office for Scholarship Development and Academic Impact in the College of Education, Health, and Human Development is to provide a research infrastructure to support funded programs that enhance the College mission to serve the people of Montana and beyond in education, health and well-being.
Help with all phases of the grant process from developing funding ideas to managing projects awarded funding is available. Contact Mary Miles or Elizabeth Bird.
EHHD Faculty Handbook
EHHD Student Internal Grant Opportunities
- Student Research Conference Support Scholarship for 2022-2023 For students who are presenting at state or national conferences
EHHD Internal Grant Opportunities 2022-2023
- Research Supplies & Equipment Mini Grant - Deadline: April 1, 2023
- Manuscript Completion Mini-Grant - Deadline: April 1, 2023
- EHHD Bridge Grant - Rolling with priority deadline April 1, 2023
- Early Career Mentoring Internal Grant RFP - Rolling Deadline with priority deadline of January 13, 2023
- Faculty & Staff Professional Development Internal Grant RFP - Rolling Deadline with priority deadline of January 13, 2023
- Interdisciplinary Research Team Development RFP - Rolling Deadline through January 13, 2023
- DEI Mini-Grants
Rolling Deadline through February 3, 2023
EHHD Policies and Forms
Ideally submit the LOI form 4 weeks before your proposal is due and at least a week
before you submit the ePCF (Office of Sponsored Programs' electronic Proposal Clearance
Form) so any questions or concerns can be resolved early.
This DocuSign form is to be filled on-line.
Note: The LOI is required for all external sources of funds payable to the institution on your behalf (e.g. including subawards, but not private consulting arrangements that bypass MSU). LOIs also should be submitted for internal MSU grants except those invited by the EHHD Dean, or those submitted through the Department Head and Dean (such as Faculty Excellence Grants).
- EHHD TT Faculty Salary Options
- EHHD Time & Effort Policy
- Fall 2022 T&E presentation (PDF depiction)
- EHHD IPR Information and Procedures
- Budget Template with Sub-award/Cost-Share
- Simple Budget Template
- EHHD Policy Course Load Reductions
- EHHD Course Load Reduction Worksheet
- EHHD Policy Hiring GRAs With External Funds
- Researcher's Toolbox (Archived resources)
EHHD Research Reports
- EHHD Research Reports 2014-2016 - Downloadable Version Here
- EHHD Research Report 2017-2018 - Downloadable Version Here
- EHHD Research Report 2018 - Downloadable Version Here
- EHHD Research Report 2020
Biddy Bird Twitterings for Grant Success
Motzer EHHD Interdisciplinary Research Seminar - Link to PDF
EHHD Panel Discussion Summaries:
Professional Awards you may want to nominate for:
- Professional Awards list for Education Faculty
- Professional Awards list for HHD Faculty
- Awards for Students in Education/HHD
Funds available for mentors to review your grant applications:
We are offering faculty a new strategy to be successful with grant writing. EHHD will provide $100 for EHHD grant writers to offer to a successful grant writing expert in your field to review a draft of your grant proposal. Recently we heard of another university that used this strategy with great success. With a $100 investment, faculty were getting an amazing quantity of helpful feedback that increased their success rates. Here are the specifics: one $100 stipend per grant that you submit; provide the name and credentials to Mary Miles. You want to shoot for the biggest star in your area, and hopefully, when they read your stellar proposal they will also want to be a consultant for your project! Eligible reviewers must not be MSU employees. When the review has been completed, please submit a brief invoice with information regarding the invoice amount ($100) name, email, and mailing address of the reviewer along with a current W-9 tax form so that payment may be processed (all sent to Mary Miles, [email protected]).
Research Computing Group (RCG): aims to provide affordable IT infrastructure to researchers. This is a collaborative effort between the ITC and the Office of the Vice President for Research to provide additional research-specific resources that lie outside the scope of ITC services.
See MSU Information Sheet for basic information required for proposal forms and budgets.
Community-Centered and Compassionate Scholarship Symposium
This September 2018 half-day event featured presenters from every MSU college sharing their scholarship related to community-based and/or compassionate initiatives.
Cross-College Mental Health Scholarship Forum
This January 2017 half-day event featured presenters from every MSU college sharing their scholarship related to mental health. The forum was sponsored by the VPRED.