USA Faculty Development Council

Research Project

Poster Session



USA Faculty Development Council's 24th Annual Research Forum 

The 24th Annual USA Faculty Development Council's Spring Graduate Research Forum will take place Monday, April 10th through Thursday, April 13th, 2017.  The program and poster session will take place the afternoon of Thursday, April 13th.  This event will be held in the Student Center Ballroom.  

Information for poster presenters (see below): 

Abstract forms and submission forms are due on Friday, March 24th by 5 pm.

Click here for the 2017 Research Forum Submission Form
Click here for the 2017 Research Forum Abstract Form

Click here for an example of an abstract with authors only from USA
Click here for an example of an abstract with authors from USA and other universities/organizations

Call for Proposals

USA Faculty Development Council (USAFDC) announces the 2017 Call for Proposals.  The purpose of the USAFDC grant is to initiate and strengthen faculty research, scholarship, and creative skill as well as to increase faculty/program competitiveness for external grants.  The Faculty Development Council also supports worthy projects for which external funding is not generally available.  The maximum award for this grant is $5,000.

The Proposal Application Template is available here.  Please read the Proposal Preparation Guidelines before preparing your proposal.  They should answer questions you may have regarding the proposal.

The proposal submission deadline is Monday, January 23, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.  It is anticipated that grant awards will be announced in mid/late March 2017.

Call the Graduate School Office (460-6310) or contact with questions.



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