Campus-based Grants for Faculty

SPO ADMINISTERED PROGRAM

2022/23 FACULTY/PROFESSIONAL STAFF RESEARCH and CREATIVE ACTIVITY GRANT PROGRAM
This competitive program is designed to supplement support to faculty in all disciplines to begin or maintain a research agenda or to conduct creative activities. For the 2022/23 fall application round, applicants can request up to $1,500 for the funding period January 1, 2023 - June 30, 2023. Funds awarded through this program may be used to cover costs associated with the proposed research or creative activity, such as necessary supplies, student assistants, etc. Priority in funding decisions will be given to junior faculty, applicants who have not received previous awards, interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary projects, and projects that have the potential to result in a competitive proposal for external funding. (Due to limited program funding, please note that an individual may only receive one of these awards per academic year.)

FALL 2022 DEADLINE: Sunday, November 6 (11:59 pm)


SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES ADMINISTERED PROGRAM

STUDENT GRANT PROGRAM FOR RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY (administered by the Committee on Research)

Information on the program and the four tracks offered this semester (Traditional, Shadow, Course-based, Special Projects) is available on the Committee on Research website.

Other Campus-based Programs

Adjunct / Lecturer Professional Development Funding

Ceramic Sculpture class with Chris Pettingill, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ceramic Sculpture class with Chris Pettingill, Adjunct Assistant Professor

As active or retired practitioners in their respective fields, adjunct faculty and lecturers draw knowledge from their life and professional experiences to enhance the Oneonta educational experience. Students reap the most benefit from the real-world expertise and a classroom experience that reflects current trends in the field. 

The Adjunct/Lecturer Professional Development and Activities Fund is a non-endowed fund created through charitable gifts to the College at Oneonta Foundation. 

This fund will be used to support the work and professional development of adjunct part-time and full-time lecturer faculty members at SUNY Oneonta. Allowable expenditures include, but are not limited to, the purchase of equipment and supplies that support instruction and program development, student engagement experiences such as field trips and guest lectures, and professional development activities including travel for adjunct faculty to attend conferences and workshops. 

The Associate Provost for Academic Programs will expend this fund in a manner that is consistent with these guidelines and SUNY Oneonta's financial policies. 

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