Research and Grant Development

Program Description

A culture of scholarship and innovation is crucial to the achievement of SLCC’s strategic goals. To that end, the Offices of Sponsored Projects (OSP), Faculty Development and the Office of the Provost are seeking to more effectively engage full-time faculty and staff in research and grant development opportunities. By directly investing in the discovery and application of knowledge related to SLCC students, teaching and learning methods, operational processes within higher education, and faculty and community engagement, we intend to create a larger pool of faculty and staff who actively pursue externally funded scholarly projects, and whose scholarly work contributes to student, institutional, and community success.

The Research and Grant Development program contains two tracks:

Research and Grant Development Program Timeline

Event Date
Call for Proposals February 19
Proposals Due March 15
Fellows Announced April 5
Fellow kick-off Luncheon April 12