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Guidelines

Is your application eligible for funding?

All GCU fulltime faculty (including both campus-based and online) and online doctoral affiliated (faculty, learners, and alumni) are eligible to apply for Scholarly Engagement Grants. All funded conference presentations must be completed as an affiliate of GCU. Review the following guidelines to confirm your eligibility to receive grant funding.

Policies



Scholarly Engagement Grants are available to promote scholarly activities of GCU fulltime faculty (including campus-based and online) and doctoral faculty, students and alumni. Scholarly Engagement Grants are available to support research presentations at scholarly conferences.  Funding is available to pay expenses associated with:

   -Lodging, meals, and transportation (including mileage reimbursement)

          Hotel and Airfare must be booked through GCU Travel. No exceptions.
   -Conference registration

   -Domestic travel only (International travel will not be approved)


Funding Amounts


Scholarly Engagement Grants are funded on a competitive basis up to the following limits:

   -Maximum of $1250 per conference
   -Maximum of $2500 per applicant per calendar year

Applicants must include a notice of any funding received from another source; duplicate funding (i.e., funding for the same purpose) is not allowed.  Grant awards will balance the demands of multiple meritorious proposals against limited funds. The faculty committee consisting of representatives from all colleges will determine award based upon: Type of presentation, Dean and CIRT recommendations of conference impact to GCU, number of conferences applicant has attended using grant during calendar year, number of presenters and amount of funding available.  In case of equal merit, preference will be given to full-time faculty, those applying for an oral presentation,  and those that have not received a recent Faculty Scholarly Engagement Grant.

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Eligibility


All fulltime faculty (including both campus-based and online) and GCU doctoral affiliates (faculty, learners and alumni) are eligible to apply for Faculty Scholarly Engagement Grants. Doctoral faculty, learners and alumni must complete all funded research as an affiliate of GCU.


Application Timeline


To be considered for grant funding during each designated time period, grant applications are due as follows: 

Conference Date
Grant Application Deadline

Grant Notification By

Q1
January 1 through March 31

December 1

December 15

Q2
April 1 through June 30

March 1

March 15

Q3
July 1 through September 30

June 1

June 15

Q4
October 1 through December 31

September 1

September 15

Grant applications submitted after the deadline may be considered in relation to available funding.

Hotel and Airfare must be booked through GCU Travel. No exceptions.

Grant monies must be reported within one month of conference unless an extension is requested and approved by CIRT. Faculty Scholarly Engagement Grants will terminate when the recipients' appointment at GCU comes to an end.


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