Departmental Enhancement is a competitive infrastructure-building component with the goal of improving the educational and research infrastructure and capacity in academic, research, and agricultural departments and units. Departmental Enhancement is available to any eligible formally recognized department or unit, and includes a Multidisciplinary component. Awards will be made for comprehensive (multi-year, multi-activity, broad-impact) projects, as well as targeted (short-term, smaller-scale) projects. All institutions are eligible to compete to support educational, research, and workforce activities. A spectrum of activities, from equipment purchases to curricular redesign, are allowed and encouraged; support for graduate students, either as fellowships/scholarships or assistantships, is also permitted. Disciplines are eligible every other year, on a rotating basis.
PROPOSALS DUE FOR FY 2022-23 COMPETITION: Monday, October 24, 2022
Contact Program Manager: Bryan Jones
Board of Regents/SREB Doctoral Support Initiative to Promote Student and Faculty Diversity
The Board of Regents/SREB Graduate Fellowships to Promote Diversity subprogram provides up to ten (10) support slots per year statewide to help recruit and retain underrepresented minority students seeking doctoral degrees. Awards are made to graduate schools or governing units for graduate education at eligible institutions, which then determine the distribution of individual slots among qualified departments. Each slot includes an academic-year supplement for student support, membership in SREB’s Doctoral Scholars Program, and participation in SREB’s annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring.
PROPOSALS DUE FOR FY 2022-23 BoR/SREB SUBPROGRAM: Wednesday, November 2, 2022
Contact Program Manager: Carrie Robison