The Chancellor, through the Council on University Community (CUC), created the Chancellor’s Diversity Challenge Fund. The purpose of the fund is to support faculty, staff, and student initiatives promoting the daily value of diversity in the intellectual life of the campus.
Ignite Planning Grants promote new collaborative research efforts and facilitate the development of interdisciplinary teams focused on preparing competitive, large-scale collaborative proposals for significant external funding.
UNC Charlotte, through its Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Economic Development, sponsors an internal Faculty Research Grants (FRG) program designed to assist faculty in conducting well-defined, purposeful, new research or creative or scholarly activities.
Please refer to FRG link for further details
The Office of Assesment and Accreditation s pleased to announce funding for up to five assessment projects for work during the first 2020 summer session. The Scholarship of Assessment Grants' purpose is to support efforts that examine student learning. Previous projects have resulted in successful changes and improvements to curricula, instruction, processes, and procedures. Awardees will be paired with a member of our team who will work closely with the individual or group of individuals on a project.
The scholarship of teaching and learning involves the disciplinary, cross-disciplinary, and inter-disciplinary study of teaching practice and student learning. SoTL has an impact beyond the individual teacher, classroom, department, and university. The aim of SoTL scholars is to engage in a rigorous and systematic inquiry process in order to critique, improve, enhance, and develop multiple perspectives that can help inform the teaching and learning process and enrich higher education in the 21st century. For more information, click here.
The School of Data Science (SDS) enables the application of analytics to enhance and impact social and economic conditions and supports team-based, pre-competitive research proposals, focused on cutting-edge concepts that demonstrate the potential to secure larger external grants in the future.
Faculty Fellows conduct research projects and work alongside local stakeholders to understand and share findings that can guide community decision-making. Competitive research funding is available as part of the program and supports short-term (up to 18 months) research that addresses important local issues.
The Women + Girls Research Alliance (W+GRA) promotes public dialogue, informs public policy and programmatic priorities, and focuses on the following key areas:
- Education, Employment and Earnings
- Civic and Political Engagement
- Economic Security
- Health and Well-Being
- Violence Against Women