Faculty Improvement Grants: Long-Term

Friday, December 4, 2009-- close of business

Spending Timelines
Long-term Grant awards must be spent during the next fiscal year (FY11), which will begin July 1, 2010 and end June 30, 2011.

Supported Activities

  • Curriculum development
  • Writing
  • Study
    • Work on a dissertation
    • Pursuit of a terminal degree
    • Study in current or new discipline
  • Travel projects

Activities must be longer than 14 days and can occur during one or both summer sessions or for up to 20 weeks when a faculty member is not otherwise working or teaching at the University.

To apply

  • Download the Long-term Grant application form. 

    Word | PDF

    Please Note the Following:
    • Print the PDF file if you are planning to handwrite your application. You will not have enough room between questions on the printed Microsoft Word form.
    • If you are planning to complete the application on your computer using the PDF file, you should know that Acrobat Reader (the free version) will allow you to view, fill out, and print the application form; however, it will not allow you to save your work . You must purchase an upgraded version of Adobe Acrobat to save the form along with the information you've entered

Final Report: Please prepare and submit a final report to the Office of Sponsored Programs within two months of completing your long-term grant. Word | PDF

For More Information: If you have questions, please contact a member of the Faculty Research Grants Committee (Committees - Standing Committees).