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In-House Mini Grants
In-House Mini-Grants are periodically available to faculty and staff at the College to provide "seed" money to initiate a new, or continue a current, externally sponsored project.
The In-House Program Development Grants are available to support activities that seek to enhance the College's visibility through special programmatic activities. The size of both grant programs is generally modest. In House Mini Grants and Program Development Grants MUST be linked to either a new or continuing project submitted to an external sponsor. The projects may focus on research, education, and/or public-service activities.
Quarterly deadlines, as follows:
- Second Wednesday in September, November, February, April and June of each year.
Presidential Research Award
This award program supports full time faculty who wish to design projects and programs to develop and conduct research-based activities that will enhance their growth as scholars and enhance SUNY Plattsburgh's research environment. Support includes interdisciplinary/collaborative research programs. Requests may not exceed $5,000.
Yearly deadline: third Thursday in March each year.
Note: Unless noted otherwise, please submit applications to SUNY Plattsburgh’s Office of Sponsored Research and Programs, 260 Beaumont.
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