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Upcoming Dates to Remember:
- Nov 5th - Posters on the Hill deadline! Click for more information on this research event.
- Dec 2nd - Abstract submission deadline for NCUR. For more information click here http://www.cur.org/ncur_2015/
2014 UCO Faculty/Staff External Grant Writing Workshop
- October 13 and 14
- Carl Albert Room, NUC 300
- Participants will learn how to search for grant opportunities, find collaborators, develop budgets, contact program officers, route and submit grant proposals to external agencies, and much more. Space is limited. Registration form
Faculty On-Campus Grant Program
The purpose of the On-Campus Faculty Grant Program is to encourage a continuum of research, creative, and scholarly activities by faculty at UCO. The intent of this program is to provide funding for faculty members to develop research projects with internal funds and then complete or expand the project with funds obtained from an external granting agency (federal, state, private corporation, etc.).
All proposals will be peer-reviewed by external evaluators (non-UCO faculty and employees) with knowledge in the discipline of each proposal. For an example of the criteria that will be used by reviewers to evaluate your proposal, please click on the following link: Example of External Evaluation Sheet.
The Research Advisory Council (RAC) assists in the funding recommendation process.
Depending on the type of grant, funds can be used to support replacement time during the Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 semester from one undergraduate course (up to 4 hours per academic year) for the Principal Investigator (PI). The replacement time is intended to allow the PI the freedom and time to conduct and manage the research project. An individual may be the PI on only one proposal per year and can only apply for up to one FTE Research Assistant; there are no restrictions on the number of proposals for which a person may serve as a Co-PI.
There are budgetary restrictions to items that can be purchased with funds from on-campus grant funds. Please contact OR&G ( X 3492) if you have questions regarding allowable expenditures.
To see general information regarding each type of grant or obtain an application form, please click on the name of the grant on the menu to your left.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2014-2015 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2013-2014 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2012-2013 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2011-2012 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2010-2011 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2009-2010 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.
- PDF: Congratulations to the Recipients of the 2008-2009 Faculty On-Campus Grant Awards.