Application Deadlines for Priority Research Funds
Gallaudet Faculty and Staff members, who are interested in applying for a grant to study a Priority Research topic, please submit:
- See the Priority Grants Timeline (PDF) for a list of important dates and deadlines.
- Prepare an "Expression of Interest to Apply"†
Send to your Department Chairperson and get his/her approval to proceed.
Write one page that describes the research project, including:
- Fill in the Expression of Interest form
† Send a copy by email to GRI Grants <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Submit a Grant Proposal
Submit to GRI Grants <email@example.com>
and bring hard copies to Dawes House, Room 206
Download Priority Research materials: http://research.gallaudet.edu/Funding/applications.php
Contact: GRI Grants <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Submit Institutional Review Board (IRB) Application with
your Grant Proposal
Funding cannot be provided until IRB clearance is obtained.
Download IRB application: http://irb.gallaudet.edu/Documents/Academic/GSPP/irbapplication.doc
Contact: Carlene Thumann-Prezioso (x5943v)
[Last modified: 2013.02.06 15:51:50. by Kevin Cole]
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