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Internal Funding Opportunities

The University of Tulsa provides significant internal funding to support and encourage research and scholarship at the university. These programs are intended to enhance the ability of TU faculty to compete for external funding for their research or creative work, and/or lead to publication or juried exhibition. Internally funded programs also provide opportunities for students to become involved in research or creative projects under the guidance of faculty mentors and to make presentations at professional meetings.

A variety of internally funded opportunities are offered through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs:

Program

Eligibility

Deadlines

Size of Grant

Faculty Development Summer Fellowship All full-time faculty preference: junior faculty Oct 15 to the Collegiate Dean One month summer salary and $500-$1,000 research support grant
Faculty Travel With External Support Faculty with ongoing, externally sponsored research No deadline (ongoing) Domestic airfare up to $1,000; International airfare up to $1,500
Faculty Research Grant All full-time faculty, visiting faculty & research associates Twice per year; Nov 1 and April 1 Maximum of $2,500/semester;
capped at $4,000/year*
*as of 7/1/16
Faculty Publications, Juried Exhibitions & Subventions All full-time faculty No deadline (ongoing) Up to $2,000 per peer-reviewed publication or juried exhibition; Up to $4,000 per subvention
Student Research Grant Undergraduate and graduate students Third Friday in Fall and Spring semesters; May 4 Summer deadline Up to $500 per grant, cap of $1,000 per degree program (PhD: up to $1,000; $2,000 cap)
Student Travel Funds to Assist with Professional Presentations Undergraduate and graduate students No deadline (ongoing) Undergraduate students up to $400, Master’s and Ph.D. students up to $600, per degree program
The Graduate School Chapman Graduate Scholar Presentation Awards Graduate students Second week of classes Up to $1,000 Ph.D. up to $1,500; per degree program