Welcome to the Fulton School Grants webpage. The Fulton School encourages all faculty members to consider applying for appropriate and promising grant opportunities. The pursuit of grants is a strategic priority of the Fulton School. This page is designed to help Fulton faculty become familiar with our funding landscape, and the many opportunities available for a wide range of research and projects.
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Grants support research and/or research-related travel. They can also make the most ambitious research projects possible. Grants support academic events—from lectures and performances, to conferences and study abroad programs—that might otherwise be difficult or impossible to accomplish without such funding. Grants can also be used to acquire new teaching skills, develop new courses, or even offer courses that carry unusual costs. Other benefits include: Advancing knowledge in the faculty member’s field, enhancing the teaching and learning experience of faculty and students, and contributing to the SU academic community and mission. Grants come in all amounts, and even the smallest grants can leverage much larger ones down the road. It all starts, though, with identifying a grant opportunity that is right for one’s project and then pursuing it.
Kuali Research is SU's electronic system for routing, submitting, and monitoring grants and other sponsored programs. Kuali is your 'go to' site for initiating the grant writing process at SU: login to Kuali, gain access, find training, and more.
Any faculty member who chooses to apply for a grant can count on all appropriate help and support during the process from the Fulton Dean’s Office and the Office of Sponsored Programs. The Office of Sponsored Programs is your one-stop shop for finding, receiving, and managing grants, fellowships, and other external funds for your sponsored research or public service project. The OSP partners with faculty and staff to provide high-quality research administration, responsible stewardship of funds, and sound policies and management of external funds. Faculty members who need help getting started may contact Dr. Louise Detwiler, Fulton School Associate Dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410.677.5384, or the Office of Sponsored Programs at 410.543.6000.
Fulton Faculty Grants.These are internal grants, funded by the Fulton School, and dedicated primarily to supporting research via funds for travel to conferences, current research projects, curriculum development, and research-related course releases. For detailed information regarding these grants, including how and when to apply, see the Fulton Faculty Grants page.
SU Faculty Development Grants. Fulton faculty may also apply for SU Faculty Development Grants in support of travel to conferences. The call for applications for these grants comes out twice a year (each call covers a six-month period) by the Faculty Development Committee. Grants are awarded through a lottery system.
SU Foundation Grants. Fulton faculty may also apply for support for research and research-related travel through the SU Foundation.
SMARTS/GENIUS. SMARTS brings information about external grant opportunities right to one’s email. All you need to do is register, set keywords that help target the types of grant opportunities in which you might be interested, and then receive and read the SMARTS emails that come your way (as often as daily, depending on the breadth of the keywords you set). After that, it’s just a matter of choosing to apply for X grant and doing so. Smarts/Genius Database
SUCIE International Program Grant (up to $2000.00). Awarded through SU's Center for International Education. Open to faculty or staff members who are seeking to create or expand an international initiative at Salisbury University that directly involves students. SUCIE International Programs Grants
Salisbury Study Abroad Professional Development Grant (up to $1000.00). Grants will be evaluated based on the faculty proposal and the needs of the Salisbury Abroad partner. The Center for International Education can facilitate planning between the SU faculty applicant and the proposed host Salisbury Abroad Partner. Preference will be extended to faculty with less international experience. SUCIE Salisbury Abroad Professional Development Grant
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