A dollar sign with three vertical lines is carved in the center of a circle, which is placed on top of two other concentric circles. All are carved in rustic-looking wood.

Apply for CFR Faculty Research Grants through October 17, 2014

An rustic, old wood building nestled among the trees. Sign on the front of the building reads "Office of the Grant Well."

The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) invites Miami University’s tenure-eligible and tenured faculty (including librarians holding the M.S.L.S. degree or equivalent) to apply for support from the Faculty Research Grants program. The Committee encourages proposals from all disciplines and campuses at Miami University.

Faculty Research Grants proposals should:

  • Address new avenues of research and scholarship, either for the investigator or for the institution,
  • Initiatie new projects and pilot studies, or
  • Test novel or transformative research/creative ideas.

The deadline for applying for this program is 5:00pm on Friday, October 17, 2014. Awards are generally announced in early November.

Before applying for a Faculty Research Grant, please read the program guidelines carefully.

Questions about the program may be directed to OARS or to Dr. Martin Johnson, 2014-2015 CFR Chair (513-785-3273).


About CFR

CFR is charged with supporting and encouraging the development of research and creative activity at Miami University.  In carrying out this charge, the CFR administers programs that support and celebrate faculty research and creative activities. Application to these programs is made through OARS.  Guidelines for all CFR programs — including detailed information, eligibility criteria, and application procedures — are available on the OARS website.

Featured photo by Peter Kirkeskov Rasmussen via Flickr. Other photo by Trey Ratcliff via Flickr.  Both used under Creative Commons license.

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