Request for Proposals

Please send announcements and inquiries to sustainability@wustl.edu for posting.

Announcements will be posted when funding for research is available through internal sources or requests for proposals are open.

CityStudioSTL Faculty Course Grant

CityStudioSTL is now accepting proposals for its Faculty Course Grants. All faculty are encouraged to apply. These community-engaged teaching grants provide funding for curricular initiatives that involve collaboration with the St. Louis community. Faculty should propose collaborations involving organizations, agencies, or individuals outside of Washington University. Course grants are available for a maximum of $2,000 per year, with the possibility of $4,000 in funding for a two-year project. Proposals are due by 5p Monday, March 20. More information is available here.

Gephardt Institute Civic Engagement Fund: (Deadlines for 2016/17 not yet available)

  • Capacity-Building Grants for St. Louis projects, Community-Engaged Teaching courses, and Service Trips ($500-$5000)
  • Small Change Grants for community projects, special events, and educational experiences (under $500)
  • Need-Based Grants for individuals with high financial need (variable amounts based on need and budget)

Tyson Faculty Seed Grant for Interdisciplinary Research

  • Application deadline: October 24, 2016

Announcements will be posted when funding for research is available through external sources or requests for proposals are open.

Funding opportunities that run on an annual cycle will be posted here for reference. 

Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement: Opportunities and deadlines vary.

Tyson Faculty Seed Grant for Interdisciplinary Research: March 1 deadline

Posting for opportunities to partner on interdisciplinary research projects on campus and within the community.

Dermatologist seeks research partners for conducting life-cycle analyses of cloth and disposable diapers.

 

Posting for opportunities to partner on interdisciplinary projects, initiatives and grant proposals on campus and within the community.