ETSU's Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has transitioned to the use of SPIN
- SPIN provides over 40,000 opportunities from more than 10,000 global sponsors.
- SPIN offers active searching, automated opportunity matching, and daily opportunity
For more information about SPIN, please contact ORSPA at email@example.com or 439-6052.
Take advantage of this free-to-access website to view a quarterly snapshot of the global funding landscape and trends. View funding opportunity dollars based on country, discipline, top funders, and funding type.
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LaunchTN offers grant-writing support for Entrepreneurial Researchers interested in seeking SBIR/STTR funding for their Tennessee-based, early-stage companies. The TN Microgrant Program provides up to $6,000 for companies to engage grant writing help on SBIR/STTR applications.
NEH offers a webinar to introduce the Summer Stipends program, describe the application and nomination process, and offer application-writing suggestions. There is a chance to ask questions, captions will be available, and the webinar will be recorded so others can watch it later. For dates of the webinar and more information visit the NEH 2022 Summer Stipends website.
ETSU offers internal funding programs for research and scholarly activities. Several are available only within the colleges in which the faculty member or student resides. Those open to the wider campus are detailed on ORSPA's Internal Funding Opportunities webpage.
The ETSU Faculty Research Mentoring Cohort is accepting proposals for the 2021-2022 academic year in partnership with the Office of Planning and Decision Support, the Provost’s Office, and the Applied Social Research Laboratory. The goal of this microgrant/mentoring program is to develop a research community to support faculty research design knowledge, skills and abilities. The program will support a select group of ETSU faculty in designing and implementing systematic, rigorous research investigations.
For proposal guidelines, visit: https://www.etsu.edu/cas/sociology-anthropology/asrl/documents/researchcohortcall2122.pdf
ETSU supports crowdfunding campaigns for as many as 10 scholarly projects at any given time. Projects may be proposed by Faculty, Staff or Students. Scholarly projects within any academic discipline supported at ETSU may be considered.
NIH restricts eligibility for R15 awards to institutions that receive less than $6M/year in NIH funding in 4 of the last 7 years; calculated on an institution-wide (total) basis for REAP awards to health professional colleges and calculated college-wide for AREA awards to non-professional biomedical sciences colleges.
ETSU has enjoyed many years of NIH REAP eligibility, receiving more than $7M in total NIH funding in 2020 and more than $6M in 2019 and 2018. Given this level of success, we expect to surpass $6M in total NIH awards again in 2021, making ETSU health sciences faculty ineligible for at least 4 years. The last date we will be eligible to submit REAP R15 applications will be for the June 25, 2021 deadline.
At this time, faculty in the non-professional colleges, including Arts and Sciences, remain eligible for R15 AREA awards as ETSU has not yet reached the $6M/year threshold for even one of the required 4 of 7 years.
Please contact ORSPA if you have any questions. Click here to view a Quick Guide to the 2019 Changes to NIH R15 Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) Program.
The goal of the Undergraduate Research Training Initiative for Student Enhancement (U-RISE) program is to develop a diverse pool of undergraduates who complete their baccalaureate degree, and transition into and complete biomedical, research-focused higher degree programs (e.g., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.).
This funding opportunity limits the number of applications accepted from any one institution. ETSU faculty interested in applying must follow the limited competition process and meet the deadlines outlined below to be considered as ETSU's sole applicant.
- Pre-Application due in ETSURGe: April 20, 2023
- The pre-application must include:
- Letter of Intent (one page) indicating that, if selected, the PI will submit a full proposal by the sponsor deadline;
- Project Overview (no more than two pages);
- Budget & Personnel (to be completed directly in ETSURGe).
- The pre-application must include:
- Successful ETSU applicant notified: No later than May 5, 2023
- Applications due to sponsor: May 26, 2023
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