Tag Archives: internal funding

Funding Opportunity: VCU Commercialization Fund

By: Heather Lennon The VCU Commercialization Fund aims to support the development of inventions that have been disclosed to VCU Innovation Gateway.  An invention must be on file or submitted to VCU Innovation Gateway prior to the submission of the funding request.  Once funded, the project should reach completion in 12 months or less.  Funded […]

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Funding Opportunity: VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund

By: Heather Lennon The VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund (the “Research Fund”), formerly known as the VCU Presidential Research Incentive Program (PRIP), aims to provide all faculty internal funding opportunities to support new, emerging, or continuing research.  The Research Fund addresses three initiatives in the VCU “Quest for Distinction” Strategic Plan: 1) increasing and diversifying […]

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Funding Monday: Humanities Research Center Residential Fellowships for Spring 2017

Each year the Humanities Research Center’s Residential Fellowship Program gives four faculty members who are working on related topics release from all teaching responsibilities in the Spring Semester so that they can focus on their individual research projects and at the same time engage regularly with each other. The goal is to foster intellectual exchange […]

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Funding Monday: VCU Community Engagement Grants

By: Heather Lennon Interested in conducting research that could help the greater Richmond community?  Look no further than the VCU Community Engagement Grants! With support from the Office of the Provost and the Vice President for Health Sciences, the Council for Community Engagement (CEC) offers two internal funding opportunities  – the Community Engagement Grant and […]

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Funding Monday: Humanities Research Center Grants for Summer 2016

By: Heather Lennon Calling all VCU faculty members working in the humanities!  Interested in traveling to archives this summer and looking for funding?  Look no further than the Humanities Research Center Grants for Summer 2016… The Humanities Research Center (HRC) is continuing its annual competition for Research Grants designed to foster excellence in research and […]

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Funding Monday : VCU Quest for Innovation Funding – Due Oct. 30

By: Heather Lennon The deadline for VCU’s Quest for Innovation Funding is rapidly approaching!  This internal funding opportunity focuses on three areas: 1) Commercialization of Research, 2) Entrepreneurial Activity (only available to students), and 3) Innovative Programs. All applications are due on October 30, 2015 at 11:59 PM.  Awards will be announced in late 2015.  […]

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Funding Monday: VCU Global Impact Awards

By: Heather Lennon Interested in receiving funds for a project that will make a “global impact”?  Check out the VCU Quest Global Impact Awards! The Quest Global Impact Awards fund proposals from VCU academic units to develop new and innovative programming in support of VCU’s three global priorities, which include… 1) Improving the recruitment and […]

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Funding Monday: VCU Humanities Research Center Grants for Summer 2016

This just in from our very own Humanities Research Center:  The Humanities Research Center is delighted to announce the continuation of its annual competition for Research Grants designed to foster excellence in research and creative scholarship at Virginia Commonwealth University by providing funds to support direct research costs incurred by faculty. These costs will include […]

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Funding Monday: VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund

The long awaited call for proposals for the VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund proposals has been released by the Office of Research! The VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund – the “Research Fund” – is grounded in the President’s commitment to develop and enhance faculty scholarship across the institution. Formally known as VCU Presidential Research Incentive […]

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Humanities Research Center Residential Fellowship Program for Spring 2016

This just in from our friends at the HRC: The Humanities Research Center’s annual Residential Fellowship Program each year gives four faculty members who are working on related issues or topics release from all teaching responsibilities for one semester so that they can focus on their individual research projects and at the same time engage regularly […]

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