In this area, you will find internal grant opportunities, along with the results of these programs.
Office of Research Programs
The purpose of CUSE (Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence) Grant Program is to enhance interdisciplinary collaborations, to grow the research enterprise and enhance scholarship at Syracuse University in order to increase extramural funding and high-quality scholarly output. The program is designed to support faculty in becoming competitive in securing external funding and sponsorship. CUSE Grants should not be viewed as funds to conduct or complete projects, but rather as seed funding for faculty to build interdisciplinary teams, to produce preliminary data, and/or to seek help to obtain extramural funding that will advance knowledge and technologies through basic, translational, and applied research. The grant program will support faculty research in all disciplines that span across basic, translational and applied sciences, social sciences, physical and life sciences, engineering, liberal arts, humanities, professional schools, creative research, and various forms of all scholarly activities. The expectation is for CUSE Grant Program-funded faculty members to seek extramural support that will increase the national and international recognition of the awardees, their programs, and the university.
A list of funded CUSE grants can now be accessed on answers.syr.edu (NetID and password required). The list is organized by funding mechanism (seed grants, interdisciplinary seminar grants, good to great grants, innovative and interdisciplinary research grants). Included are project titles and Primary Investigator and Co-Investigator names and institutional affiliations.
Previous Internal Funding Opportunities
Other Syracuse University Programs
Current Internal Funding Opportunities
The Lender Faculty Fellowship supports a two-year research agenda to critically and creatively explore contemporary social issues, develop innovative approaches to these problems, and implement useful and sustainable initiatives. The selected faculty fellow will work with a team of student fellows to create an interdisciplinary research team focused on the proposed social issue. Only Syracuse University full-time faculty, either tenure or non-tenure track, are eligible for the Lender Faculty Fellowship. More information.
Deadline: April 1, 2021
The Syracuse University Campus as a Laboratory for Sustainability (CALS) program is offering up to $75,000 for faculty or student projects that advance the University’s goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, directly or indirectly, or through raising awareness on campus about climate disruption and environmental sustainability. The Call for Proposals and application materials can be found on the Sustainability website.
Deadline: March 16, 2021
The Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) is pleased to announce a new annual mini-grant program to honor the life and legacy of John Burdick (1959-2020), a professor of anthropology at the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Public Affairs, a champion of PARCC, and Director of its Advocacy and Activism research area. The program is designed to support faculty and graduate student projects that conduct research on social movements and social change, or employ community-based research methods (e.g., ethnography, intensive fieldwork, action research) in partnership with social movement organizations. More Information.
Deadline: March 1, 2021