Showalter Hall 220
Cheney, WA 99004
Faculty Grants for Research and Creative Works
The purpose of these awards is to encourage research, scholarship, and the development of creative works at Eastern Washington University, and to support faculty in establishing new and innovative strands of research and creative works. Faculty Grants for Research and Creative Works exist to provide faculty with time to undertake research and creative works projects.
Funds should be requested primarily to buy time during the summer. You may also request funding for student assistance, travel or equipment; however, the total request cannot exceed $10,000.
Applications are evaluated by the Research and Scholarship Committee. The committee is chaired by Bruce Teague (Management). Members: Awlad Hossain (Engineering and Design); Sarah Jackson (MPH Program); Emily Messina (Physical Education, Health & Recreation); Bruce Teague (Management); Gustave Nollmeyer (Education); Yves Nievergelt (Mathematics); Quig Meade (Library); German Izon (Economics); Anna Tresidder (Health Services Admin); and Amanda Reedy (Social Work). The ex-officio, non-voting convener is David May.
2017-2018 Academic Year
The deadline for 2017-2018 proposals is October 7, 2016, by 4:30 PM.
Guidelines/Application: Includes eligibility, formatting, cover pages
- One paper copy with original signatures (single sided and stapled) to Leslie Swannack, Showalter Hall 206
- Two paper copies (double sided and stapled) to Leslie Swannack, Showalter 206
- One electronic copy of the approved proposal: 1) PDF format; 2) in a single PDF document; 3) with signatures; 4) send to Leslie Swannack at firstname.lastname@example.org
- One electronic copy of the approved proposal: 1) Word format; 2) in a single Word document; 3) no signatures required; 4) If not using Word (i.e., using LaTex), send an email with the Project Title and Abstract copied into the body of the email; 5) send to Leslie Swannack at email@example.com
Faculty Grants for Research and Creative Works are administered by Dr. David May, Academic Administration. The Research and Scholarship Committee, a sub-committee of the Faculty Planning Advisory Council (FPAC), has been responsible for reviewing and evaluating applications since 2002. The Committee is an interdisciplinary group of your peers and includes representatives from each of the colleges. Dr. May will convene the Committee and disseminate results.
For questions or concerns, please contact Leslie Swannack at 509.359.4675 or firstname.lastname@example.org