The purpose is to support preliminary/pilot research or scholarly project with the expected product of a grant submission OR manuscript/publication, within 12 months of the project's completion.
Award ceiling is $8,000, with the average award size of $5,000. Grant activities must be completed within 24 months of the award date.
Awardees must include and complete at least one of the following activities as an aspect of their proposal:
Deadline: Coming Fall 2023
Step 1: Review the eligibility requirements and budgetary guideline sections of this webpage for this grant. You can also review the
criteria that the review committee uses by viewing the evaluation
Estimated Project Budget
Step 2: Discuss your project and intent to apply with your department chair/director and dean/supervisor as upon submission, your proposal will automatically be routed to them for review and approval. All approvals (signatures) are facilitated electronically in Wizehive and applications will not be considered without all required approvals.
Step 3a: Click on the red "Apply Here" button to login to Wizehive using your StarID.
Step 3b: If you have one or more St. Cloud State Co-PI's, you are required to complete a Co-PI Request form for each Co-PI participating in the project. This process will trigger a notification to your Co-PI(s) requiring them to acknowledge participation in the project.
Step 4: If applicable, confirm your Co-PI(s) have completed their Co-PI Request forms. You can confirm this by looking for the green box next their name(s) within the Co-PI Request section of your application.
Step 5: Click on "Submit" to put forward your COMPLETE application for consideration. It must be submitted prior to the posted deadline above or it will not be considered.
Step 6: Once your completed application is electronically approved in Wizehive by your department chair/director AND dean/supervisor, your application will be distributed to a review panel for review and consideration. Please note that the review process takes time, so please be patient. Updates will be sent out as soon as the review process is concluded.
DISCLAIMER: Applicants are encouraged to submit their electronic application early to avoid potential access issues. Applications after the deadline will not be considered without official confirmation of campus-wide accessibility/technical outages. Previous versions of application forms will not be considered and will be denied.
Ettien Koffi - $4,744
English, "Acoustic Phonetic Taxonomy of Infant Cry: Description, Technology, and Intervention"
Matt Davis - $7,312
Biology, "Phylogenomics of Anglerfishes and the Evolution of Novel Feeding Strategies"
Scott Miller - $6,300
Music, "Recording Graphic and Augmented Reality Scores"
John Sinko - $4,887
Physics & Astronomy, “Laser Removal of Dimensional Orbital Debris”
Marina Cetkovic-Cvrlje - $7,938
Biology, "Type 1 Diabetes and Baking Soda?"
Jiang-Ping (Jeff) Chen - $2,653
Mathematics & Statistics, "Reasoning in the Tradition of the Nine Chapters - a New Translation and Study of a Chinese Mathematical Classic and its Commentaries"
Matthew Davis - $7,920
Biology, "Biogeography of the Three-barbeled Catfishes (Heptapteridae: Rhamdia) Across Middle America"
Amy Hebert Knopf and Kathy Johnson - $5,000
Community Psychology, Counseling and Family Theraphy and Special Education, "Development and Assessment of Global Competencies for Students who are Deaf: Confucius Classroom Network of Schools for the Deaf"
Kristian Twombly - $7,590
Music, "Residency, Composition, and Recording Project"
Kelly Branam Macauley - $3,307
Anthropology, “Final Revisions, Constitution-Making in Crow County”
Scott Miller - $8,000
Music, “Recording with TAK Ensemble on New Focus Recordings”
Heiko Schoenfuss - $7,946
Biology, “Improving the Sustainability of Aquaculture in Ghana through Environmental Quality Assessment”
Ilya Simakov - $7,986
Theatre and Film Studies, “Film Adaptation of Olga Breininger Short Story”
Lindsey Vigesaa and Mary Clifford - $7,930
Criminal Justice, “Enhancing Grant Proposals through Research, Partnerships, and Mentoring: A Pilot Project to Extract and Organize Data from files of Clergy Credibly Accused of Sexual Abuse”
Ben Witts - $3,771
Community Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy, “Understanding the Feedback Loop between Infant Colic and Shaken Baby Syndrome”
Younsook Yeo - $7,655
Social Work, “Exploring Female Somali Refugees' Perspectives On Their Patient Experiences With U.S. Healthcare Systems: Community-Based Participatory Research”
Kathryn Johnson and Amy Hebert Knopf - $8,000
Special Education, “Including and Engaging Students with Disabilities”
Matthew Julius - $5,428
Special Education, “Identifying vulnerable entry points into the marine food web and ecological consequences”