Dissemination Travel Grant

Purpose

The purpose of the Faculty Dissemination Travel Grant is to support dissemination of the applicant's original research or creative effort.

Eligibility

All tenured and tenure-track faculty members, visiting professors, and affiliates are eligible. To qualify for a travel grant, the faculty member must actively participate in the meeting by presenting their original work, chairing a panel, serving as an officer of a professional association, or contributing as a stated participant in a formal discussion. Speaking or delivering a paper as a lecturer or visitor at another university does not qualify for use of these funds, unless the event is a meeting that includes faculty from other universities. 

Funding Deadlines

Quarter 

Ending Date of Travel

Open for Submission

1st 

July 1 - September 30

              May 15 

2nd 

October 1 - December 31

             August 15

3rd

January 1 - March 31

          November 15

4th

April 1 - June 30

           February 15

*Note: Incorrect unit head emails are a common hang-up in the review process. Copying and pasting your unit head's email from the GVSU People Finder is a good way to ensure the correct email is listed. 


Dissemination Travel Grant 2020-2021


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Dissemination Grants 2020-2021

School Grants Awarded
BCOIS 43
CCPS 30
CHP 28
CLAS 244
COE 31
KCON 15
PCEC 35
SCB 48
University Libraries 10

Dissemination Travel Grant 2018-2019


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Dissemination Grants 2018-19

School Grants Awarded
BCOIS 30
CCPS 25
CHP 31
CLAS 253
COE 23
KCON 15
PCEC 34
SCB 50
University Libraries 5

Funding Limitations

Faculty travel expenses are primarily the responsibility of the individual’s academic unit through your professional development funds. Support from the CSCE is therefore supplementary. 

• Limited to two grants per faculty member per year (7/1 – 6/30).

• For the first trip, there is a max of $600 for domestic travel and $800 for international travel (travel to Canada, with the exception of the Province of Ontario, is considered international as well as travel to Hawaii and Alaska) and for the second trip no more than $250 is permitted.

• Faculty must submit applications prior to travel. No applications submitted after travel will be approved. 

* The travel and opening/closing dates mentioned in the chart are the same every fiscal year. 


Reimbursement Requirements

All reimbursements are processed through your department. Beginning July 1, 2021, your expenses are reimbursed from your department through Concur. Your support staff will submit a request in OnBase to have your grant funds returned to the department. The Center reimburses department funds when all grant criteria are met.

Recipients of travel grants must submit a final report of up to one page long outlining the outcomes of the grant. Reimbursements will not be processed to the department without the accompanying report. Again, go to: www.gvsu.edu/csce/grants to submit your final report on your grant application.

The report should outline any significant contacts made at the meeting, new insights gained, or associations developed that may advance the faculty member’s research and creative activities or lead to leadership positions in appropriate organizations, etc. Those faculty members not submitting a report within 30 days of returning from the travel will be ineligible for future grants until this requirement has been met.

Dissemination Grant Recipients

2018-2019

Application Process and Activity Report

To apply for a grant and to submit your final report please go to MyApps or click:Apply Here
 

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