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Funding Resources

‌‌INTERNAL RESOURCES

Service Learning Mini-Grants

The primary aim of the mini-grant program is to promote the development of service learning scholarship -- both teaching and research -- at MSU Denver.

Faculty may apply for funding to cover the expenses ($500 max) associated with the following:

  • The service learning projects they have chosen to incorporate into their courses.
  • The presentation of their service learning scholarship at a conference or their attendance at a conference with a service learning focus.

Fall mini grants will be reviewed beginning September 25, 2017.  Mini-Grant Applications for Spring will be reviewed beginning February 23, 2018. 

SL mini-grant instructions 2017

Service Learning Mini Grant Application 2017-2018

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2016-2017 Service Learning Mini-Grants

Graham Ignizio (Modern Languages) - Fall grant recipient

Kathleen Luttenegger (Elementary Education) - Fall grant recipient

Samuel Jay (Communication Arts & Sciences) - Spring grant recipient

Sara Jackson (Earth & Atmospheric Sciences) - Spring grant recipient

Kevin Hammons (Human Services) - Spring grant recipient


Service Learning Course Designation Incentive Grants

If you are planning to put together a course designation packet during the summer of 2017, let us know. We are awarding 8 incentive grants of $250 to faculty who put together and submit a packet for the 2017-2018 curriculum review cycle. Deadline for applications for 2017 is August 15, 2017.  Find out more about the course designation process.

Service Learning Designation Incentive Grant Information   
Service Learning Designation Incentive Grant Application  

 Congratulations to the recipients of the 2017-2018 Service Learning Incentive Grants

Wendy Gallagher (MDL)

Steve Krizman (JRN)

Rachel Sinley (NUT)


 Community-based Research Fellows Grants

The Community-based Research Fellows Program is a competitive program with a faculty-initiated application process.  Faculty members identify community partners and student researchers at the time of application.  Applications indicate how the CBR project contributes to the faculty member’s scholarship, deepens the student’s learning, and builds the community partner’s capacity.

Grants provide up to $1000 for a stipend for a student research assistant and $250 for research related funds. Deadline for applications is September 25, 2017.

 

CBR Fellows program information

CBR Grant application 2017
 

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2016 Community-based Research Fellows Grants

Sara Jackson, Josh Buckman, Karmen Burchett, & Nicole Bush (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)

Sarah Schliemann & Emily Mullins (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)

Elizabeth Ribble, Steven Stier, & Clinton Woods (Mathematical and Computer Sciences)


EXTERNAL RESOURCES

Office of Sponsored Research & Programs

MSU Denver's Office of Sponsored Research & Programs (OSRP) can help you find external funding, write your grant applications to meet the funding agencies' specifications, plan the budget and administrative needs for the grant, and serve as the liaison for funds received and expenses paid. MSU Denver subscribes to COS Pivot Funding Opportunities Database, an extensive data base for funding for a variety of academic needs.  (Create a Pivot account using your msudenver.edu email address.)


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