The National Institutes of Health has announced upcoming changes to the NIH Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) program. NIH is making these changes to focus AREA support on grants to undergraduate‐focused institutions that do not receive substantial funding from NIH, rather than all institutions with less than $6 million of NIH support. The current AREA Parent Announcement, PA‐18‐504, will expire after the January 7, 2019, AIDS due date and will not be reissued. Future funding opportunity announcements (FOA) for the AREA program will focus on supporting grants to undergraduate‐focused institutions. NIH will continue to provide R15 research enhancement opportunities for health professional and graduate schools under separate announcements. A complete copy of the NIH announcement on the AREA program is more fully detailed at:
The National Science Foundation
has updated the Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG), January 2019. The revised document, effective January 29, 2018, applies to proposals submitted or due, and awards made, on or after January 28, 2019. Additional Information, including significant changes to the PAPPG areavailable at: https://www.nsf.gov/pubs/policydocs/pappg19_1/sigchanges.jsp
2017 Academic Award Winners
Each year, Academic Affairs recognizes faculty achievements in research, teaching, and service through the Spirit of Inquiry, Excellence in Teaching, Excellence in Public Service, and Gerald Academic Advising awards. View a list of this year's award winners.
Spring 2017 Internal Grants Awards
Academic Initiative Program Awards
Created in 2016, the Academic Initiative Program is designed to support faculty scholarship and new program development, In the 2016-17 academic year, funding went to 97 projects involving 133 faculty from across the university.