Hoo Sang Ko and Guim Kwon, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, “Neural Network-based Closed-loop Control of Artificial Pancreas”
Howard Rambsy, Department of English Language and Literature, “Young Black Men as Muses: Creativity in Writing about Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown”
Catherine Seltzer, Department of English Language and Literature, “Pat Conroy: A Life”
Kyong-Sup Yoon, Department of Biological Sciences, “Do Flies Produce More ROS, Lipid and Peroxides and DNA Adducts in Their Gonads after Exposure to Sublethal Doses of Ivermectin?”
January 12, 2015: Applicants submit packages to department chairs.*
January 16, 2015: Departments submit on behalf of applicants to the School/College Dean*
Applicants submit an electronic copy of Pages 1-2 of the cover form to email@example.com
February 2, 2015: School/College Deans submit applications to the Graduate School
*Department Chairs and School Deans must provide an evaluation of the application using the Cover Form. Therefore, applicants should coordinate with Chairs and Deans about internal deadlines. Department Chairs are encouraged to coordinate applications internally and submit applications to the Dean on behalf of the Department. This will ensure proper coordination and retain anonymity in evaluation.
Thursday, December 11, 2014: 9:45am-11:00am, MUC, Willow Room
Friday, December 12, 2014: 11:45am-1:00pm, MUC, Missouri Room
Assigned Research Time (ART) Awards are designed to provide seed funding for research to help faculty members
• perform exploratory research to determine project feasibility, and to develop preliminary data to support extramural applications.
• support innovative research that elevates the quality of scholarship produced by the institution and increase its competitiveness for external funding support.
The Graduate School will award up to two units of assigned time for research. One unit equals one course buyout or one 50% time graduate research assistant. Applicants may request any combination of the two types of units with a maximum of two units. Requests for assigned time can be made for Fall 2015 and/or Spring 2016 semesters.
Start of Fall Semester 2015 - End of Spring Semester 2016
This program is limited to tenured and tenure-track faculty. The terminal degree must be obtained prior to submittal. Signatures by the Department Chair and School/College Dean certify applicant eligibility.
All applicants must have submitted completed final reports and fulfilled the terms and conditions, including submission of an external grant proposal, of projects previously funded by the SIUE Graduate School at least 5 business days before this program deadline in order to be eligible for this program. This requirement applies to all PIs and Co-PIs of the previous internal award.
All applications must include the following:All applications must include the following:
Proposals will be reviewed by the Graduate School Research and Development Committee and ad hoc subpanels of faculty peers within the four broad disciplinary areas of Arts & Humanities; Science & Engineering; Biomedical; and Social Science/Business/Education.
Proposals will be evaluated according to the following review criteria:Proposals will be evaluated according to the following review criteria:
1. Intellectual merit of the proposed activity
2. Feasibility of the proposed scope of work and research plan
3. Potential for external funding
AS A CONDITION OF THE AWARD, ALL SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO 1) SUBMIT A FINAL REPORT OUTLINING THEIR PROJECT OUTCOMES BY OCTOBER 1, 2016 AND 2) SUBMIT AN EXTERNAL GRANT PROPOSAL BY OCTOBER 1, 2017.
Patience Graybill Condellone
Internal Grants Coordinator
The Graduate School/Office of Research and Projects