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Grants Sponsored at Texas State University

Research Enhancement Program

Michael Blanda

Texas State's Research Enhancement Program is an internally funded grant competition intended to encourage and provide support for faculty research and other creative activities. All full-time Texas State faculty members, tenured or tenure-track, are eligible to apply. Individuals are eligible to apply for a maximum of $8000; two or more eligible faculty, for a maximum of $16,000.

 

Multi-disciplinary Internal Research (MIRG) Grant

Evy Gonzales

Texas State's Multi-disciplinary Internal Research Grant (MIRG) is an internally funded grant competition intended to establish or expand multidisciplinary research teams, with the expressed purpose of enabling teams to earn sustained extramural support. All full-time Texas State faculty members are eligible to apply. Awards will be made for a maximum of $25,000 for a 12-Month period of support.

 

Academic Computing Committee Grant Program
Tim England, Chair

An Overview:

Usually about $500,000, originating from the student computing fee, is made available by the Office of the Vice President for Informational Technology (VPIT) to provide for the enhancement of computing resources and technology available to Texas State students. The Academic Computing Committee (ACC), under the authority of the University Faculty Senate, is charged with the responsibility of soliciting and evaluating proposals. Proposals are invited from entities funded by Texas State University.

The Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued campus-wide in early December. Guidelines are provided in the RFP. Those choosing to submit a request may obtain forms from their ACC representative.

College representatives are appointed by the Faculty Senate, and their names and e-mail addresses are listed in the RFP. The deadline for submitting proposals is toward the end of January. The ACC evaluates the proposals and makes it recommendations in February.

Both employees and students may submit, so long as the submitter is submitting a request on behalf of an entity funded by the university.  

 

Opportunity for Success Grants
Ron Brown, Chair

Guidelines for this program are currently being revised. Please e-mail the Chair for information.

 

Merrick Awards
Beth Wuest, Chair

Guidelines for this program are currently being revised. Please e-mail the Chair for information.

 

Albert B. Alkek Library,
Library Research Grants
Joan Heath, Chair

Call for Proposals

Faculty members who need materials not in the library collection to support their research are invited to submit a proposal for a Library Research Grant. Each year the Alkek Library provides funds to acquire non-curricular materials for this purpose. Although the review process is competitive, most professionally written proposals have been funded in recent years.

$20,000 in funding is available. Proposals over $3,000 are unlikely to receive full funding.
Materials requested may include books, back issues of journals, electronic resources, AV materials, computer software.


Requests should not include current subscriptions, journal articles or multiple copies of materials.
Applicants are asked to provide a brief description of the project, a list of needed materials, and the estimated cost.
 

To submit a proposal, use the form at http://www.library.txstate.edu/services/faculty/libraryresearchgrants/grant-proposal.html.
 

View an example of a past application which received funding at http://www.library.txstate.edu/services/faculty/libraryresearchgrants/contentParagraph/00/document/app-example.pdf.
 

Questions, contact: Joan Heath, Assistant Vice President for Alkek Library jh06@txstate.edu, 245-2133.

Members of the Research Grant Subcommittee will recommend funding recipients to the Library Committee.