Faculty Summer Research Proposals (Schools of Business)
Schools of Business
Faculty Application for Summer Research Support
Instructions for Faculty Application for Summer 2017 Research Support
IMPORTANT: This year applications for summer research support will be submitted electronically. These instructions will help guide you through the submission process. Please note that only electronic submissions will be accepted.
Deadline for completing the application:
End of Business Day - Tuesday, November 15, 2016
This year the applications for the summer research support will be filed electronically. In order to save your work you will need to click the submit button. Once you click submit, you can revise your submission up until the deadline. You may prefer to type and save your proposal in a Word document and then copy/paste the various parts of your proposal into the relevant fields. The required fields are:
- Academic Area
- Title of Summer Research Project
- Proposed Methodology
- Primary Target Publication Outlet
- Alternative Target Publication Outlet #1
- Alternative Target Publication Outlet #2
- Status of Previously Funded Research (Please include application to the second installment of previously funded research) *
- Summer Research Stipend
- Summer Research Grant
- Summer Research Grant Amount Requested
- Purpose of Summer Research Grant
- Summer Research Assistant
- Purpose of Summer Research Assistant
- Upload CV
(*) No application will be considered without a detailed description of the “Status of Previously Funded Research”
If this is the first time you are using this system to submit a research proposal, you will need to create a new account - by creating an account, future submissions can be done simply by entering your email and password. At the top of this page, on the right-hand side, click "My Account." Follow the directions under "Create new account" and you will receive a confirmation e-mail from the system when the account is ready.
Scroll back to the top of this page. In the right hand column under "Author Corner", click on the "Submit Research" link.
If you are not already logged into the system, you may do so using your username and password on the next page.
Read and agree to the Submission agreement by clicking in the box and hit submit.
You will then be brought to the submission form.
Your name will automatically be inserted in the "Author" field. There is nothing you need to do with this section. Please move on to the next question - "Academic Area" - and proceed from there.
If you have any questions concerning the new electronic submission process, please contact Josefina Kocovic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research Committee will meet shortly after the due date to review the applications. We hope to notify faculty of the results of the applications review on December 15 of 2016.
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