Do you need funding to present your research at a scholarly conference?
The Scholarly Engagement Grant program is designed to support innovations in research, teaching, creative work,and the scholarly activities of GCU full-time faculty (campus-based and online) as well as GCU doctoral students, faculty and alumni. Funding is available to support conference registration and travel for researchers presenting their work. For questions or additional information, please contact CIRT via email (email@example.com)
Scholarly Engagement Grant funding is designed to promote scholarly activity and support the research community by providing funding to present your research at an academic conference. Grants may be awarded for up to $1250 per conference to fulltime faculty or doctoral affiliates at GCU. . See "Guidelines" and "Evaluation Criteria" for complete details. See Application Timeline below:
To be considered for this competitive grant funding during each designated time period, grant applications are due as follows:
Grant Application Deadline
Grant Notification By
January 1 through March 31
April 1 through June 30
July 1 through September 30
October 1 through December 31
Grant applications submitted after the deadline may be considered in relation to available funding.