Intramural

 

 

 

Intramural Funding

University Research Council (URC) enhances and monitors academic research activities at the University, including the intramural funding programs.


TAMIU Intramural Grants  

For all of the TAMIU grants, the full proposal must be submitted by electronic copy to grants@tamiu.edu in Microsoft Word and one (1) unbound hard copy of the proposal delivered to the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects (KL 326) by 5:00 PM on October 3, 2014.  Both documents must be received by 5:00 P.M. on the deadline date to be considered submitted in time.  No exceptions!

Eligible applicants for all 4 of these intramural grants are tenure-track, fixed-term or tenured faculty only.

Signatures by chair and dean are required if you are requesting course release and full-time students.

 

University Research Development Award (URDA, 2015-2017) - Synopsis:  This program aims to support research projects that have strong theoretical reasons, empirical support, and practical reasons to justify the development and/or evaluation of the proposed project.  This program is designed to fund projects that require either longer than 1 year and/or require more funding than a standard University Research Grant to complete the project.  Preference is given to individuals collecting preliminary data for an external grant submission, as the ultimate goal of this program is for the applicant(s) to secure external funding for his or her research. 

University Research Grant (URG, 2015-2016) - Synopsis:  This program aims to support research projects that have strong theoretical reasons, empirical    support, and practical reasons to justify the development and/or evaluation of the proposed project.  Preference is given to individuals collecting preliminary data for an external grant submission, as the ultimate goal of this program is for the applicant(s) to secure external funding for his or her research. 

University Creative Projects Grant (UCPG, 2015-2016) - Synopsis:  This program is for applicants in disciplines that are traditionally not funded by the federal government.  Resources are provided for pursuit of a creative project with artistic merit that will make a significant and relevant contribution to the aesthetic experiences necessary for that faculty member to teach his or her courses.

University Travel Grant (UTG, 2014-2015) - Synopsis:  This program primarily aims to support faculty travel to either present research results or to collect research data.    

URDA, URG, UCPG Rubric and Review Form (10/25/2013)

 

URDA or URG/UCPG Extension Progress Report Form - Progress report for URDA or URG/UCPG with extensions - must be submitted by 10/1

Final Report Form for University Research Grants (URG), University Creative Projects Grant (UCPG) and University Research Development Award (URDA) - must be submitted after the end of the award period by 10/1

Final Report Form for University Travel Grant only - must be submitted after the end of the award period by 10/1

 

 

 

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