Fall 2015 Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 13!
Fall 2015 Call For Proposals!
The following Faculty Awards are available:
||No. of Awards
|Faculty Research Grant
|Faculty Seed Research Grant
|STEM Education Research Grant
|STEM Education Programming Grant
|Faculty Travel Grant
||Up to $1,000
For more information on each award and the application procedure, refer to the CSGC Faculty RFP Booklet: CSGC Faculty RFP Booklet Fall 2015.
All required forms can be found here.
Faculty Research Grants
Research Collaboration Grants provide the opportunity for faculty of consortium institutions to work on novel research projects involving NASA centers, the aerospace industry, or other fields that are of interest to NASA and their strategic enterprises.
Faculty Seed Research Grants
Seed Research Grants provide the opportunity for faculty of consortium institutions to start novel research programs involving NASA centers, the aerospace industry, or research in fields that are of interest to NASA and their strategic enterprises.
Faculty Collaboration Grants
Research Collaboration Grants provide the opportunity for faculty at two or more consortium institutions (or from two or more departments of the same institution) to collaborate on problems related to the mission of NASA. The portion allocated to each institution will be determined by the investigators.
STEM Education Research Grants
Successful applicants will show a plan to carry out research in the STEM Education field. This research may include, but is not limited to, k-12 curriculum development, k-12 or higher education STEM education outcomes, or STEM education outreach programs.
STEM Education Programming Grants
Successful applicants will show a plan to undertake and complete programming related to the STEM Education field. Funding may be used to support one-time or repeated initiatives that collaborate with other educational, industrial or institutional partners to educate and increase exposure of students to an aspect of STEM education.
Faculty Travel Grants
Faculty, as well as students, of Consortium colleges, may apply for travel grants to visit NASA sites to use their unique facilities, discuss collaborations, attend pre-proposal briefings, or present their NASA-related work at professional meetings.
Applications and further information on Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium Fellowships and Grants may be obtained from the your university’s or college’s NASA Campus Director.
The Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium actively encourages women, minorities, and those with disabilities to apply for its grants.