Research and Creativity
MSU is the largest research university in Montana and the largest research and development entity of any kind in the state, which translates into many opportunities for students and faculty to conduct meaningful hands-on research and creative projects as well as economic prosperity for the area.
Guided by faculty on the Research Capacity Team, the Center provides resources that support the growth of faculty in achieving excellence research/creativity/scholarship, including workshops on mentoring, grant and publication writing and work-life balance. The Center offers programs that partner grant-successful mentors with faculty for grant writing support and collaborations, and offers a Research & Creativity Leadership Certificate.
Upcoming NSF CAREER Grant Panel Session
Wednesday, February 9 || 11:00 am – 12:30 pm || SUB 233 or Webex
REGISTER HEREYou will be sent a link to the Webex after you register.
Facilitated by Nika Stoop, Program Lead – Scholarship & Reserach CFE
Co-sponsored by the Office of Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education
The NSF CAREER Award is a prestigious grant that integrates education and research. Find out the key elements of the current solicitation and what should be included in these proposals from several past awardees at MSU.
There will be time at the end of the session to talk in small groups with individual awardees.
Outreach Activities and Organizations
Grant Opportunities for New Faculty
Women in STEM/SBS Faculty Excellence Grant Recipients
Faculty Learning Communities
- The Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity (CAIRHE), Montana INBRE and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program collaborate to offer grant workshops as well. Check out their video collection...
- Creating a virtual workshop or training as part of your scholarship? Check out these best practices for facilitating an online/virtual workshop