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Identifying Funding Resources On Campus

Attention, students, faculty, and staff who need project funding:

  • Do you have a research proposal that needs funding?

  • Are you a graduate student, or faculty or staff member seeking funds to present your research poster at conferences or other symposia?

  • Are you a faculty or staff member interested in applying for a federal or private grant to help fund your research project or proposal?

  • Are you a student seeking funding for your research project, dissertation, thesis, or even a class project?

  • Are you a faculty member looking for funds to invite a guest lecturer to campus?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, these flowcharts are designed to guide you through the various departments on campus that can provide assistance with grant/funding applications.

After reviewing the flowcharts, please take a few moments to gather information from these campus departments and resources, including contact information and websites provided. Good luck!

 

 



Office of Sponsored Programs

The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) offers guidance to faculty and staff in regards to development and submission of proposals for federal and similar types of grant opportunities. OSP also provides support with negotiations and finalizations of grants and contracts. Federal, state, and local governments, as well as certain profit and nonprofit entities may provide funds that enable colleges and universities to create new programs, expand research opportunities, and undertake developmental activities that benefit both the general public and the educational institution. OSP encourages faculty and staff to obtain outside sponsorship through its provision of services and support to the Gallaudet community.  

For more information:

http://www.gallaudet.edu/office-of-sponsored-programs/about-osp#PURPOSE

audrey.foster@gallaudet.edu


Office of Development

The Office of Development forms partnerships with foundations and other non-governmental organizations to advance goals and projects in areas of common interest. When faculty or staff members identify a funding need, foundation relations staff in this office are a point of contact between the University and the foundation. This includes guidance with proposal submissions, coordinating relationships between the University and the foundation providing grant monies, supporting project proposal development, and managing the post-grant process.

For more information:

https://www.gallaudet.edu/institutional-advancement/office-of-development/corporations-and-foundations

allison.polk@gallaudet.edu


Faculty Development Program

Gallaudet educators are invited to submit written proposals for Faculty Development Program activities that provide funding for (1) travel to present original research, scholarship, creative activities, or material related to teaching; (2) guest lecturers to a particular school, department, or the faculty at large; and (3) workshops, seminars, short courses, and other non-credit coursework to improve teaching skills, refresh and broaden expertise in a particular content area, maintain certification in a profession, and/or train faculty in new areas of expertise.

For more information:

https://www.gallaudet.edu/office-of-academic-quality/faculty-development/faculty-professional-development-committee/professional-development-grants-for-faculty

 


Research Support and International Affairs

Research Support and International Affairs provides funding grants (SRG and PRF grants), and maintains REDCap, a free scientific data collection tool for Gallaudet faculty, staff, and student researchers.    

For more information:

Priority Research Funds (PRF) and Small Research Grants (SRG)

rsia.grants@gallaudet.edu

 


Graduate School and Continuing Studies

Gallaudet graduate students are eligible to apply for a Graduate Student Research Travel Fund, which reimburses them for travel expenses related to presentations, symposia, poster sessions, and panel discussions at conferences.

For more information:

https://my.gallaudet.edu/graduate-school-forms-and-documents/graduate-student-research-travel-fund-14356

graduate.travel@gallaudet.edu.


 

Rachel Hartig Award for Research Excellence

The Rachel Hartig Award encourages and celebrates the production of noteworthy work in the field of international deaf cultural studies. The awardee is chosen by an interdisciplinary screening committee selected by the chair of the Department of World Languages and Cultures. The awardee may be a Gallaudet University faculty or staff member, or a graduate student. The work of Gallaudet alumni, or visiting researchers or scholars, may also be considered. Faculty teaching undergraduate courses are particularly encouraged to apply. Outstanding works of literary criticism, history, and biography, as well as papers delivered at conferences, are acceptable entries. Preference is given to work related to Francophone and Hispanic deaf studies. Special attention will be given to manuscripts already published or under consideration for publication by Gallaudet University Press.

For more information:

Amanda.Holzrichter@gallaudet.edu.




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