Internal funding deadlines approach; arts and humanities program expands to twice a year

News for Researchers

Posted August 1, 2022 by Dan Moser

Deadlines are approaching for key internal ORED funding opportunities this fall, with one program’s availability being expanded from once to twice a year for 2022-2023. 

RFAs will be finalized and the competitions officially launched in NuRamp later this month, but Jen Nelson, assistant vice chancellor for research, said it’s not too soon for faculty to start making plans for the programs, which have an Oct. 14 application deadline. These programs and RFAs will remain largely unchanged from the previous year. 

“We all know how quickly the pace picks up once the semester starts, so ORED encourages faculty to get an early start on these,” Nelson said. 

Among the opportunities available this fall is the Arts and Humanities Research Enhancement Program, which previously was offered only in the spring. The program is designed to foster research, scholarship and creative activity in the arts and humanities, providing up to $15,000 in seed money to help faculty achieve short-term goals that, in turn, increase competitiveness for external grants or increase the societal impact of their work.  

The Oct. 14 deadline also applies to other internal funding opportunities available through the Research Council:  

For more information, contact Mari Greer, administrative coordinator in ORED.   


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