Announcements and deadlines

OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUNDED SUMMER 2014 RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY

Scholarship/Creative Activity (SCA) Awards - Tenured & Tenure Track

The Office of the Vice President for Research offers summer Scholarship/Creative Activity (SCA) awards for tenured and tenure-track faculty. This program is described at: http://www.nau.edu/Research/Funding/Scholarship-and-Creative-Activity-Grants

Application window: February 1 through March 1, 2014

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College of Arts and Letters Summer Research and Creative Activity Award - Tenured & Tenure Track

Tenured and tenure-track faculty who have unsuccessfully applied for one of the awards offered by Office of the Vice President for Research may apply for a College of Arts and Letters Summer Research and Creative Activity Award. Colleagues who have not yet received tenure have priority for this award. Award amount: $6,000 paid as summer salary.

Application procedure: Submit the same application materials required for the SCA or FGP award programs to your chair or director.  Your chair or director will forward your application to the college with his or her recommendation.  

Application deadline: April 1, 2014

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College of Arts and Letters Summer Research and Creative Activity Award - Non-Tenure Track

Non-tenure track faculty (all ranks of lecturer and professor of practice) may apply for a College of Arts and Letters Summer Research and Creative Activity Award. Award amount: $6,000 paid as summer salary

Application procedure: Please submit to your chair or director a cover page stating your name and title, the title of the proposal, your department, your contact information, your current CV, a narrative (3 page limit) that addresses the following points. Your chair or director will forward your application to the college with his or her recommendation.  

Application deadline: April 1, 2014

Narrative:

Contribution: Provide background on the significance and value of the project to the specific area of scholarship or artistic expression. What is the value of the project within your scholarly/artistic area and how will it bring new ideas into your field?

Methods and Work plan: How will you carry out your scholarly/creative endeavor; how will the project be organized? What is your work plan outlining the time course of the project? Please describe any technologies that will be used in making the project successful. Please describe where the work will be conducted, any materials used, and explain how you will obtain access to relevant materials.

Competencies, Skills and Access: Describe how your skills can be applied to the project and explain how this project will broaden your scholarly or creative reputation at NAU.

Final Product and Dissemination: What is your intended result and who is your audience? Please explain how these results will be disseminated to this audience and beyond (if relevant).

Faculty and Academic Professionals Awards

Recipients of these awards will be recognized at the annual Faculty and Academic Professionals Awards Reception at the High Country Conference Center on April 23, 2014 from 3:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.

The following can also be found at this link: Faculty Exemplars

Provost’s Award for Excellence in Global Learning – Faculty and Departmental

President’s Awards

Outstanding Advisor Awards

University College Liberal Studies Faculty Excellence Award