Internal Opportunities for LSU Faculty
The Office of Research & Economic Development has several internal grant programs to support faculty travel in the service of research. Faculty travel grants provide up to $750 in matching funds for domestic and international travel in support of research related travel. Funds for undergraduate research travel support are also available, as are funds for travel between Southeastern Conference member schools.
The Office of Research & Economic Development administers several programs that support the acquisition and repair of shared equipment and technology. They include:
- Equipment Repair Fund
- Equipment Repair and Maintenance Fund for Federally Funded Projects
- Capital Equipment Match Fund
The Faculty Research Grant program is intended to provide seed funding for new research projects, or to provide resources for major planning grants with the goal of creating opportunities for center-scale funding and groundbreaking research.
The Council on Research (CoR) Summer Stipend Program provides financial support to faculty researchers at the rank of assistant professor seeking to contribute to scholarly knowledge in their discipline. Each proposal is evaluated for the impact the project will have on the indicated discipline, broader impacts, and the effect on the researcher’s career. The program provides financial support to junior researchers at the rank of assistant professor seeking to contribute to scholarly knowledge in their discipline. These stipends enable junior faculty to spend a portion of the summer term in research activity without the disruption of other employment obligations.
LSU, the Pennington Biomedical Research Center (PBRC), and LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans (LSUHSC-NO) School of Medicine are soliciting collaborative applications between campus researchers for pilot funding consideration. The goal of this program is to promote interdisciplinary and other team approaches to biomedical research.
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