Call for Proposals
The Division of Student Affairs announces the availability of FY19 funding to support research partnerships with University of Georgia investigators who may:
- Have projects which incorporate a Student Affairs facility as part of their primary research laboratories, or partner with a Student Affairs department. Research that is conducted in partnership with University Housing, the University Health Center, the Ramsey Center, the Disability Resource Center, LGBT Resource Center, Multicultural Services & Programs, Student Veterans Resource Center or other Student Affairs programs and services would be eligible.
- Address a question relevant to the mission of Student Affairs or to the connection between academic and student affairs.
- Conduct research within a Student Affairs program or department.
- Assess local impact of Student Affairs’ units that conduct regular, programmatic service to teh Athens area (e.g., Center for Leadership & Service, Office of Greek Life, etc.).
- Partner with Student Affairs to evaluate program effectiveness and design strategies for various Student Affairs programs/services.
- conduct research that connects Student Affairs and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
We encourage you to get in touch with Dr. Beate Brunow to discuss your ideas and questions.
Proposals are due by Friday, March, 30 2018.
We anticipate funding grants in the range of $750 to $5,000. Funding will normally be for one fiscal year, unless otherwise specified.
Application Format and Requirements
- 12 point font, 1 inch margins
- 1 page - cover/signature page containing proposal title, investigator names and affiliations, investigator email and other contact information, total budget (if applicable, showing any college contribution), signatures of the investigator(s) and Department Chair or Associate Dean, and signature of a Student Affairs director whose unit/facility will be involved in the research project (please feel free contact Dr. Beate Brunow to establish connections to departments and directors in Student Affairs).
- 1 page – Project Summary or Abstract
- 2 pages – description of proposed research and a clear articulation of how it will align with area(s) outlined above. Include a description of how expenditures will support the research project
- 1 page – detailed budget and timeline page showing projected expenses/milestones, including name(s) of partner units within the Division of Student Affairs.
- There should also be a statement identifying any potential collaborators or partners external to the University of Georgia.
The required pages should be assembled into a single PDF file then submitted to Student Affairs Academic Partnerships and Initiatives. Any questions about the submission process should be directed to Dr. Beate Brunow.
The proposals will be reviewed by Student Affairs Academic Partnerships and Initiatives and staff from the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. Other individuals may be consulted as needed.
Get answers to common questions here.
Six-month interim report – Six months after funding a one- to two-page progress report should be submitted, including results to date and, if applicable, any amended proposal plans - due by December 31, 2018.
One-year final report – One year after funding a progress report not to exceed one page should be submitted, including results to date and plans for continued research - due by June 30, 2019.
Any publication (including presentations) resulting from funding or partial funding by this program should acknowledge that funding was received from University of Georgia Student Affairs Academic Partnerships and Initiatives.
*This research was supported in part by a grant funded by University of Georgia Student Affairs Academic Partnerships and Initiatives.