Friday, December 4, 2015
Deadline: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Funding Source: ADRI – Arts & Design Research Incubator
Research Office, College of Arts and Architecture
EMBEDDED FACULTY RESEARCH GRANTS
2016-2018 Request for Proposals:
The ADRI Embedded Researcher program provides internal support for the research and creative activity of faculty in the College of Arts and Architecture. The current request for proposals is for faculty who will be working in the ADRI for a two-year period starting in August 2016 and concluding in July 2018.
Preference will be given to projects that:
1. are cross-disciplinary, preferably linking with researchers from colleges outside of the College of Arts & Architecture.
2. have a high probability of attracting outside funding during the two year residency.
3. demonstrate substantial possibilities for national and international visibility.
4. will make considerable use of the ADRI space and research community, while contributing to an ongoing calendar of ADRI events and project showings.
5. make a significant contribution to the applicant’s field, thereby increasing the reputation of arts or design based research at Penn State.
Mon., December 14, 2015 (2 pm) Information session in the ADRI for interested applicants
Mon., January 11, 2015 (4 pm) Information session in the ADRI for interested applicants
Tues., January 19, 2016 Applications due to Barbara Cutler, A&A Grants and Contracts Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
By February 15, 2016 Award notifications
August 15, 2016 Start of residencies
August 15, 2018 Conclusion of residencies
$5,000 and invitation to join the ADRI as an embedded researcher with access to the ADRI space and support, including: use of ADRI space, equipment and technology; events and marketing; external funding guidance and administration; and access to ADRI collaborative partners across Penn State. For more information, please visit the ADRI website: http://sites.psu.edu/adri/99-2/
Faculty with a continuing appointment in the College of Arts and Architecture are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to tenure-track or tenured faculty.
All applications must include the following:
1) Cover page with applicant’s name, professorial rank and academic title, contact information (including campus address), project title, and names of cross-disciplinary project collaborators and/or potential collaborators.
2) Description of project (not exceeding 4 pages, double-spaced, 12-point font), including:
• Plan of work (specific procedures, methodology, resources, timeline for project completion).
• Anticipated outcome and dissemination schedule: i.e., publication (specify publication venue, known or anticipated); exhibition (specify exhibition venue); performance (specify performance venue)
• Plan for submitting funding applications, including: proposed schedule, path toward significant funding, and identified funding agencies and foundations
• Proposed use of ADRI space and collaborations/interactions with current ADRI resident faculty (see ADRI website)
• Significance of the project to the discipline and to the faculty member’s professional development.
4) A concise curriculum vitae, not exceeding four pages, including previous internal (department, college, university) and external funding.
Applicants may also submit one set of supplementary materials (such as documentation of exhibitions or works of art, publications, or recordings) to Barbara Cutler. These materials will be returned to the applicant at the conclusion of the review process.
Applications must be submitted as a PDF file to Barbara Cutler, A&A Grants and Contracts Coordinator (email@example.com - 101 Borland Building.) no later than 5:00 PM, January 19, 2016.
Proposals will be evaluated by the ADRI Director and a committee appointed by the Associate Dean of Research. Funding decisions will be announced by February 15, 2016.
Recipients of ADRI Embedded Research Grants are required to submit an annual written report on their activities at the conclusion of the first and second years of the ADRI residency. The report will follow the guidelines for annual reporting on ADRI projects, available from the ADRI Director and will provide: details concerning use of the funds awarded, outcomes of the creative work or research, a list of outside funds sought and awarded, a schedule for further funding applications, successful showings of the work and a schedule for future national or international visibility, and any future outcomes anticipated or initiatives planned.
Appropriate acknowledgment of the ADRI Embedded Faculty Residence must be given in all publications, publicity, and public events related to the funded project.