The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has a comprehensive list of internal funding opportunities. This page is available to offer additional insight into specific programs.
C3 also wants you to know that we are available for proposal review for internal grants in addition to external applications. If you would like proposal assistance, please contact us:
Research Enhancement Program
Deadline: October 7, 2020 (Tentative)
Texas State's Research Enhancement Program is an internally funded grant competition intended to encourage and provide support for faculty research and other creative activities.
Eligibility: All full-time Texas State faculty members, tenured or tenure-track, are eligible to apply. Individuals are eligible to apply for a maximum of $8000; two or more eligible faculty, for a maximum of $16,000.
College Research Enhancement Committee (CREC, 2019-2020 academic year - will update for 2020-2021): Remember, your department/school College Research Enhancement Committee (CREC) representative can be your advocate for your REP proposal! Talk to them about your proposal or even send them a draft and ask for comments and suggestions.
- Chair - Grayson Lawrence (Art & Design) – nonvoting member
- Art & Design – Alice Lee
- Communication Studies – Dr. Stephanie Dailey
- Theatre & Dance – Kate Glasheen-Dentino
- Music – Dr. Joey Martin
- Journalism & Mass Communication – Dr. Prisca Ngondo
The following project narrative template was developed for the College of Fine Arts and Communication rubric:
International Research Accelerator (IRA)
Deadline: April 1st (Anticipated)
Description: The International Research Accelerator (IRA) program is a joint effort between the Office of International Affairs and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to support faculty members engaged in international research with the goal to increase global engagement opportunities for the campus community.
The maximum amount of funding that can be requested is $15,000 and it is anticipated that 3-5 awards will be made depending on the available funding to the program. IRA funding is available for both new and existing projects. Successful projects must have a strong international component, link to strategic goals of the university, and have viable and articulated research outcomes. The faculty member must also have prior accomplishments in working with international research grants. Thus, this is not a "seed" grant, but rather builds upon proven excellence and "accelerates" additional research.
IRA Eligibility: All Texas State faculty members with full-time, continuing nine-month academic appointments are eligible to apply. Tenured, tenure-track, and clinical faculty who hold the rank of assistant professor, associate professor or professor may apply.
Department chairs, School Directors, Program Directors, Deans, Assistant/Associate Deans, and Research Faculty are not eligible to apply. Professor of Practice faculty and Program Faculty may be included and compensated as internal consultants.
For more information on the International Research Accelerator please review the Application Guidelines.