Syracuse University has been invited by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to nominate an eligible faculty member in the humanities and the humanistic social sciences for consideration for a Mellon New Directions Fellowship. Candidates will be faculty members awarded doctorates within the last 6–12 years whose research interests call for formal training in another discipline. Please refer to the following internal call for applications.
The College of Arts and Sciences Humanities Council is pleased to facilitate the 2019 NEH Summer Stipend program internal competition. The University may nominate two faculty members for the national competition. The program provides $6,000 grants for two consecutive full-time months of research and writing.
On Wednesday, July 11th, representatives from the University Research Forum held an informational session for interested university members on the common goals associated with cluster hiring and best practices for structuring, supporting, and assessing cluster initiatives. Slides from the presentation, “A Playbook for Effective Cluster Hiring” are now posted.
The 2018 SyracuseCoE Faculty Fellow Program Request for Proposals is now open. SyracuseCoE is offering funding to support seed projects that strengthen faculty scholarship in clean and renewable energy, indoor environmental quality and water resources. Successful applicants will participate in the SyracuseCoE Faculty Fellows Program, which provides leadership for which provides leadership for SyracuseCoE’s core technical areas and supports engagements with academic and industry partners.
The 8th Round of New York State Regional Economic Development Council Competitions (REDC Announcement) has been announced.
In order to facilitate the strongest, competitive applications from Syracuse University, the Office of Research is requesting submissions of concepts from any interested faculty, institutional units, and/or interdisciplinary teams by 9:00 a.m., Monday, June 18th.
The Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence grant program supports faculty research in all disciplines, including basic, translational and applied sciences; social sciences; physical and life sciences; engineering; liberal arts and humanities; and professional studies, as well as creative research and other scholarly activities.
To view a listing of awardees, please visit the Internal Grants Programs page.
Syracuse University faculty and student researchers pioneer ideas that have an impact around the
world. Their interdisciplinary approach helps shape the way we understand a wide range of academic
disciplines—from brain science to social science, engineering to art—and contribute to groundbreaking
discoveries and advancements.