Alliance for Technology, Learning, and Society (ATLAS).  Supports research/teaching across campus that integrates information and communication technology with other disciplines. ATLAS Faculty Fellows are eligible for seed grants of $2000-$7000, up to $15,000. Applications due May and Oct.

.Arts and Sciences Fund For Excellence (ASFE) Grant-giving committee administered by the College of Arts and Sciences.  Modest funding (up to $1000) to faculty within the College.  Deadlines throughout AY, but funds can run out towards the end.

Arts and Sciences Instrcutor Travel Grant.  Program provides up to $600 for domestic travel or $800 for international travel. Instructors are eligible for funding for one trip per fiscal year.

Arts and Sciences Support for Education Through Technology (ASSETT).  ASSETT Development Awards advance teaching and learning through technology in the College of Arts and Sciences

Center for Asian Studies (CAS). Brings together scholars across campus who work on Asian Studies.
Center for British and Irish Studies (CBIS).  Brings together scholars across campus who work on British and Irish Studies, including British colonies and former colonies (though not the U.S., usually).

Center for Humanities and the Arts (CHA).  Primary venue for humanities grants, including GCAH (see below).  Also sponsors programs, seminars, and events in Humanities and the Arts. CHA Fellowships offer a two-course teaching reduction; deadline Oct.  

Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (CMEMS). Sponsors events in global culture, ca. 400-1800 C.E. 

Center for Western Civilization (CWC). Funds initiatives that contribute to critical study of western civilization, especially visiting lecturers, conferences, and outreach.  Deadlines throughout AY.

College Scholar Awards.  The College of Arts and Sciences funds one semester of teaching leave to tenured faculty to pursue research and creative writing full time. 

CU Engage: Center for Community-Based Learning and Research. [Newly organized]  Coordinates IECE (below), INVST Community Studies, Service Learning, and Public Achievement.

Diversity & Excellence Grants.  Fund innovative projects that promote inclusive excellence and diversity throughout the CU System.  Up to $3000.  Deadline Oct.

Faculty Conference Awards.  Support planning and hosting conferences at CU-B on an ongoing basis throughout the year.  For one-time or initial rather than established or regular events.  Up to $3000. Sponsored by the Vice Chancellor for Research.  Ongoing submission.

Faculty in Residence Summer-Term (FIRST)

Graduate Committee on the Arts and Humanities (GCAH). Grant committee administered jointly by the Graduate School and the CHA. Deadlines for grants run throughout the AY: Ÿ Research/Creative Work, Special Event, Ÿ Visiting Scholar/Artist.

IMPART. Administered by the Office of Diversity and Equity.  Gives money across campus to programs/faculty for multicultural events and research. Up to $4000. Deadline March.

Innovative Seed Grants.  Support research with an interdisciplinary slant.  Awarded across campus.  Sponsored by the Vice Chancellor for Research (see below).  Up to $50K. Deadline Feb.

Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement (IECE). Supports faculty, administrators, and community leaders who wish to incorporate ethical and civic education at CU-B.

Jewish Studies Program. Brings together scholars across campus who work in Jewish Studies.

Kayden Awards. Funding for costs related to publishing research and creative work in the Humanities and Arts; also administers a book prize.  Ÿ Research Grant applications due Oct and Feb; Ÿ Book Award application due Feb.

Leadership Education for Advancement and Promotion (LEAP).  Program to support and retain faculty at all levels.  Runs skill-based workshops for pre-tenured faculty and awards Associate Professor Growth Grants.  Deadline March.

Office of Academic Affairs (OAA).  CU systemwide.  Supports teaching, research, creative work, and service; administers the Diversity & Excellence Grants, the President’s Fund for the Humanities, and other awards.

Office of Contracts and Grants (OCG).  Administers externally funded research.  Ask a proposal Analyst to help identify external funding sources and provide guidance on proposal preparation.

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research (VCR).  Coordinates Faculty Conference Awards, the Innovative Seed Grant Program and through its Office of Contracts and Grants (above), all external funding sources.

ŸOutreach Awards.  Funding for faculty-directed outreach and engagement projects that extend faculty research, teaching, and creative work through community partnerships.  Up to $8000 for individual awards; $8K-$24K for group/interdepartmental awards. Applications due April. 

President’s Fund for the Humanities.  Grant-giving committee administered by the CU System OAA (see above).  Up to $3000. Applications due Oct. 

Teaching Professor Travel and Research Grant.  Funding for GSLL Teaching Professors.

Undergraduate Education Development Program (UEDP)

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). Funds research collaborations between faculty and undergraduates.  Applications due Sept.