A. Initial 3-year; Subsequent 4-year; and 10-year Contract Faculty:
Those faculty members on an initial 3-year contract; subsequent 4-year contract; and 10-year contracts are eligible for all grant- and fellowship-seeking activities, with support from the grants office, including:
B. 3-year Visiting Faculty:
Those faculty members on a 3-year visiting appointment are eligible to submit proposals to federal or private entities where the funds are awarded to and managed by the individual faculty member. The grants office is available to assist in these submissions:
C. 1-year Visiting Faculty:
Those faculty members on a 1-year visiting appointment are eligible to pursue fellowships or grant awards from private entities only if the funds are awarded to and managed by the individual faculty member and no institutional affiliation is required for the application (i.e., awards can go to independent scholars). The work of proposal preparation and submission will be executed by the individual faculty member.
D. Adjunct Faculty:
Those faculty members designated as adjunct faculty are eligible to pursue fellowships or grant awards independent from the grants office if the funds are awarded and managed by the individual faculty member.
Please note: No matter the faculty status, if there are undue delays or unresolved issues with submitting reports on active grants or fellowships, the dean of faculty will decide whether future submissions will be allowed.
PARAMETERS FOR ALL FACULTY/STAFF GRANT SUBMISSIONS:
*Grants office staff will send a "heads up" email about the grant routing form 1 week before the final materials are due to: school dean, sponsored research officer (Yaniris Fernandez), and controller (Mike Ford).
The most important advice the grants office can give you when developing your proposal is to follow the funder's guidelines and requirements. We encourage you to contact us so we can sit down together and go through each component. The above information is a guide to the process of developing a proposal.