Upcoming grant-application deadlines from RSP

Office of Research and Sponsored Programs 

Upcoming internal and external grant application deadlines 

 

Refer to the RSP website for additional information, guidelines, and application forms. 

 

Research and Creative Opportunities Grant Program for Graduate Students  

Proposals due to faculty advisors: Wednesday, April 14    

Graduate student research awards assist students in accomplishing the research/scholarly/creative work required by their degree program. Up to $1,500 per project may be proposed, and approximately $45,000 total is available annually from this fund. Requested funding should be relevant to the student's research/scholarly/creative work and represents support that is not already available to the applicant through their academic department or college. Any non-consumables acquired using award funds remain University property. The Research Advisory Committee makes funding recommendations to the Vice Provost for Research.  

 

Research and Creative Opportunities Grant Program for Undergraduate Students  

Proposals due to faculty advisors: Wednesday, April 14  

This program provides support for undergraduate students to engage in research/scholarly/creative work with faculty in their disciplines. Up to $750 per project may be proposed, and approximately $30,000 total is available annually from this fund. Any non-consumables acquired using award funds remain University property. The Research Advisory Committee makes funding recommendations to the Vice Provost for Research.  

 

Pilot Project Grants 

Proposals due to chairs: Monday, May 3   

The goal of this program is to help seed projects with potential to open new long-term directions for research, creative expression, or scholarship at Western Washington University. Please refer to the RSP website for additional information on these grants and helpful information on writing the requests before your submission. Up to $5,000 per project may be proposed. The Research Advisory Committee makes funding recommendations to the Vice Provost for Research. 

 

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Stipend 

Pre-proposals due to deans: Tuesday, June 29  

Refer to the following document for details: Summer Stipend Guidelines 

Applications will be available in early May for the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend program. The program aims to stimulate new research in the humanities and its publication. The award amount is $6,000. As interest in the NEH Summer Stipend program may exceed the allowable number of submissions per institution, tenured and tenure-track faculty should prepare a pre-proposal for review and selection (proposals are due to your dean by June 29th).  Western-affiliated scholars who are not in tenured or tenure-track positions may submit applications directly to NEH and are not required to go through Western’s selection process. 

Monday, March 29, 2021 - 9:17am

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