College of Health Professions Faculty Funding Opportunities
Funding for faculty research and conference travel is available through the College of Health Professions (CHP) for 2023-2024. Faculty members who are interested in applying should submit their applications before 5:00 p.m. on October 20th for the fall grant review cycle, and on March 20th for the spring grant review cycle. Applications for research assistance will be reviewed continuously. Applicants may apply for each grant only once during the academic year.
Faculty research grant (up to $2,000)
This grant is intended to provide support for research conducted by regular faculty. All full-time tenured, tenure-track, and fixed-term CHP faculty are eligible to apply. Faculty research grants are awarded based on the merit of the research, without any preference given to specific faculty groups such as new faculty or those who have not been successful in obtaining external funding.
Faculty travel grant (up to $500)
This grant is intended to cover expenses related to traveling and presenting scholarly work at a state, national, or international conference. The presentation must take place within the 2023-2024 fiscal year. Eligible faculty members include full-time tenured, tenure-track, and fixed-term CHP faculty. Before submitting an application, the travel plans must be approved by the CHP Dean.
Faculty research funding assistance (up to $500)
Funding is available to all full-time tenured, tenure-track, and
fixed-term CHP faculty to support the costs of items such as small research
equipment and expendable research supplies (e.g. pipettes, gauze, bandages,
electrodes, filters, chemicals/cleaning), research article publication fees,
postage, printing/copying services, software programs or software updates (not
covered by CHP or CMU). Funding is not intended to support the repair of broken
equipment, payments for required calibrations, or studies that are underway.
Other internal and external grants
Internal and external grant opportunities are also available through the Central Michigan University Office of Sponsored Programs. For more information regarding external grants, contact your research and sponsored program officer.