Collaborative Collision Seed Fund
The Collaborative Collision seed fund provides funding to promising new teams that form as a result of connections made at the Office of Research Development’s Collaborative Collision events. Collaborative Collision grants are intended to catalyze team development and allow a new team to position themselves to seek external funding for a new research initiative by demonstrating a history of successful collaboration. Grant recipients are expected to work with the Office of Research Development to submit external funding proposals within one year of the conclusion of a Collaborative Collision award.
Applicant teams to the seed fund must have attended the corresponding Collaborative Collision.
Please direct questions to:
Strategic Initiatives and Proposal Development
Collaborative Collision: College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Application Deadline: Friday, February 7, 2020
Proposals should be emailed as a single PDF to Laura Kitchens (email@example.com)
Note: This opportunity is open only to faculty in the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy