Faculty Support & Funding
Travel Fund for Senior (Tenured) Faculty
AWARDS WILL BE MADE UNTIL FUNDING IS EXHAUSTED.
The purpose of this fund is to support attendance at scholarly/professional meetings or events of similar importance where the faculty member has no CAS funding, and is personally presenting her or his research, scholarly, or creative activity. Faculty requesting funding for activities other than the presentation of a research paper should explain how the proposed activity is equivalent.
Support will be awarded as an equal or lesser match to pay only registration fees, rail or air transportation (not to exceed coach-class airfare), and hotel expenses. Standard university procedures concerning allowable expenses, with appropriate receipts, are to be followed.
A grant up to $400 is available once in 2016-2017 to tenured faculty who have no travel allowance as part of their employment contract and have no other source of support from external funding or the College of Arts and Sciences. Reimbursement methods will vary according to the source of funds.
Proposals will be reviewed for travel that occurs between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017. If, after an award has been made, the presentation is not accepted, Dr. Oak is to be notified and the award canceled. Those funds will then be used for other travel grants.
The submission process begins with a brief application to the department chair (application form). The chair will evaluate the request, consider a commitment of departmental funds, and make a recommendation. Matching support from any source is required.
Application must precede the dates of travel and may be made at any time before 1 May 2017. Do not include original material or receipts. Awards usually will be determined within 30 days. Applications are submitted to the department chair. The department chairperson evaluates the request and then forwards it to Associate Dean Lorraine Oak, 810 Clemens Hall.
Download the application form
Download the file, print it out, complete and submit it to your departmental chair.
If you have any questions, please contact
H. Lorraine Oak, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Research Administration
810 Clemens Hall