Research in the Classroom: Idea Grant



2014 Round 1

Friday, September 12, 2014 by 5:00pm


The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is offering grants that will be awarded on a competitive basis to fund innovative ideas for incorporating authentic research projects into the undergraduate curriculum. Successful projects will be implemented into new or existing courses and must incorporate a researchable aim. For the purposes of this competition, authentic research is defined as a plan for seeking answers to a research question for which the outcome is unknown. The research question should be based on the expertise of the PI, and should involve the development of new avenues of inquiry.


>Program Guidelines <pdf>

For Round 1, 2014 Research in the Classroom. Please read carefully for eligibility and the new online submission process.

Required Forms:

>Signature Page <doc>


Online Proposal Submission >   

Please download and carefully review the program guidelines before completing and submitting a proposal. Incomplete proposals will not be accepted by the online process.    

All required documents must be converted to PDF format after completion and before submission. The online submission form will only accept PDF documents.

Please direct program inquiries to:

Kevin Hawes
Program Administrator, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research
(646) 664-8917