Research Enhancement Opportunity (REO)
One Course Teaching Reduction
Applications due: April 15, 2020
The REO program offers tenure-track faculty the opportunity for a one-course teaching reduction in fall 2020 or spring 2021. Faculty will spend released time working on a new >$1 million direct cost, F&A generating grant. Individual and interdisciplinary team projects are welcome. We anticipate being able to offer 2 awards this year.
See REO RFP for full application instructions.
Applications must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. on deadline date.
Past Opportunities — look for reissue soon:
Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation Seed Grant Program
Award up to: $10,000
Applications due: November 1, 2019
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation Seed Grant Program is designed to help faculty generate new ideas and foster interdisciplinary team building. We seek to support teams and projects that will lead to externally funded and visible research, scholarship, or creative activities. For Fall 2019, CAS is partnering with the Graduate School, CAHNRS, the College of Nursing, and EFSCOM to fund multiple projects. CAS will independently fund at least one interdisciplinary team project, while CAHNRS, Nursing, and EFSCOM will support teams that bring together faculty members from their respective colleges with a CAS faculty researcher. The Graduate School will provide tuition waivers for projects that include a doctoral level research assistant.
IRIS Grant Application Coversheet
Building Collaborations Across the College of Arts and Sciences
Building Collaborations Across the College of Arts and Sciences & College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
Building Collaborations Across the College of Arts and Sciences & College of Nursing
Building Collaborations Across the College of Arts and Sciences & Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
Boeing Graduate Fellowship in Environmental Studies
Applications due: October 18, 2019
Intended to support the multidisciplinary study of environmental issues, including the sociological, political, historical, cultural, literary, artistic, and scientific bases. This fellowship is administered at the department level to support students as they complete their research or scholarly project.
Current CAS students at any WSU campus, are eligible to apply.
Applications must be submitted electronically as a single PDF to email@example.com and copied to the applicant’s academic chair or director by 5:00 p.m. on deadline listed for each award.
For reference: RFA, cover sheet, budget worksheet
Award up to: $2,000
Applications due: March 25, 2020
In an effort to assist faculty in making an impact through their research, scholarly, creative work and teaching these competitively awarded domestic and international travel grants support opportunities for faculty to conduct data-gathering trips, present original scholarship and creative products at conferences, engage in pedagogical professional development, and develop collaborations and partnerships. Travel that directly and significantly advances the impact of faculty research, scholarship, creative activity is most appropriate for this request for proposals.
All faculty are eligible to apply, but faculty will not be granted more than one award every two years. Preference will be given to: junior, tenure track and career track faculty who intend to leverage the support to make them more competitive for grants or fellowships, enhance their teaching, and individuals who have not received prior funding under this program.
Applications must be submitted electronically as a single PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org and copied to the applicant’s academic chair or director by 5:00 p.m. on deadline date.
For reference: RFA, Cover Sheet, Budget Worksheet