Seed & Travel Grants
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Seed & Travel Grants

The University Research Committee is prepared to receive seed & travel grant proposals/applications for the current fiscal year. Texas Southern University has been designated by the State Legislature as a special purpose institution for urban programming. Therefore, all seed & travel grant proposals will be reviewed for their scholarly content as it relates to the mission, needs and urban programming goals of the University. Potential applicants may find further application criteria and specifics below.

Interested faculty members who meet the criteria outlined in the seed grant Guidelines and Procedures should forward their complete and signed application to the Research Coordinator in their college/ school on or before August 31. All questions concerning the application process should be directed to the respective coordinator.

 

Coordinator College/School
Dr. Linda Gardiner, Chair Research Enhancement and Regulatory Services
Dr. David Owerbach    Grants Editor and Proposal Development Officer
Dr. Rochelle Parks-Yancy Jesse H. Jones School of Business
Dr. Yaruba Mutakabbir College of Education
Dr. Daniel Adams College of Liberal Arts and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Vera Hawkins           School of Communications
Dr. Melanie Lawson College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Dr. Ihekwoaba Onwudiwe Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs
Dr. Christopher Tymczak                  College of Science, Engineering and Technology

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