Faculty Research, Creative Activity & Scholarship Internal Funding Opportunities

 

Faculty RCAS  -  Due October 29, 2021 (Closed)

The Faculty Research, Creative Activity, and Scholarship (RCAS) grants provide seed funding to support faculty-initiated research, scholarship, and creative activity. Competitive grants are awarded to assist faculty in developing new lines of inquiry, which may include collecting pilot data, exploring innovative forms of creative expression, writing and publishing original scholarship, and/or developing proposals for external funding.

Faculty 2022 RCAS Instructions       2022 RCAS Application Cover Sheet

Faculty SOS - Due February 25, 2022 (Closed)

The Faculty Summer of Scholarship (SOS) grants provide seed funding to support faculty-initiated research, scholarship, and creative activity. Competitive grants were awarded to assist faculty in developing new lines of inquiry, which may include collecting pilot data, exploring innovative forms of creative expression, writing and publishing original scholarship, exhibitions of original work, and/or developing proposals for external funding. The meaningful inclusion of student workers is required for all Faculty SOS projects.                                                  

 Faculty 2022 SOS Instructions          2022 SOS Application Cover Sheet            

Provost's Fellows Program - Due Friday, April 15, 2022

The Provost's Fellows (PROF) program was first offered for the 2021-22 academic year.

The Office of the Provost is committed to providing faculty opportunities that complement their research, scholarship, and creative activities. The Provost understands that supporting faculty members’ career development and skill-building opportunities, as well as promoting and nurturing a climate of inclusive excellence help forge pathways to enhanced academic governance and leadership at Jacksonville University. 

The Provost Fellows (PROF) program furthers these priorities by providing selected Jacksonville University faculty with an opportunity to develop executive leadership skills. Challenged to work on campus strategic initiatives and academic processes, the work of the Provost Fellow must also align with individual professional development goals and interests. Please see the RFP below for additional details.

Request for Proposals                  Application Cover Sheet