Faculty Funding Opportunities
Due October 31: University Research Grant
Due January 30: Summer Stipend
Due January 30: Course Release
Due February 17: JEDI Project Awards
Due April 3: University Research Grant
Due April 3: Sustainability Research Grant
Due May 31: Publication Grant
Other Internal Funding
Find more information on other internal opportunities for faculty funding below
College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Grants support the scholarship and creative activity of tenure-stream teaching scholars. Contact: Kathleen Schneider, Senior Assistant Dean. Applications accepted year round.
Moran Family Trust Grants support the integration of ethics and social justice into the curriculum for tenured and tenure track faculty and senior lecturers in the College of Arts & Sciences. Contact: Marie Brancati, College of Arts & Sciences.
Application deadline: January
Amount: up to $1,500
School of Business Leavey Grants support creative scholarship and teaching innovation of full-time tenure-track faculty. Contact: Dean's office, Leavey School of Business.
Application deadline: May
School of Engineering Internal Grants support direct costs of a research project, including student support, for full time faculty. Contact: Dean's office, School of Engineering.
Application deadline: June
Bannan Forum Mission Integration Grants
The Ignatian Center's Bannan Forum will award up to six grants (up to $5,000 each) to faculty and staff to support deeper integration of the mission and tradition of Santa Clara University into their teaching, research, or programs.
Bannan Forum Dialog and Design Grants
The Ignatian Center's Bannan Forum will award up to six grants (from $2000-$5000) to support the development and/or early stages of collaborative projects. Dialog and Design grants are intended as “seed” funding.
Amount: $2,000 - $5,000
Faculty and Staff Grants
Faculty (of all ranks) and staff at Santa Clara University are invited to apply for grants to support research in applied ethics funded by an endowment from Michael and Joan Hackworth to the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Grants will be made to support research which results in the publication of an article, part of a book, or specific piece of teaching material such as a case, or which results in a new module or course in applied ethics. Projects must have substantial ethical content. Applications are encouraged from scholars in all fields.
Grants may not exceed $5000.
Fall Quarter applications will be due in early December; Spring Quarter applications will be due in late May.
Visit this webpage to register or for more information.
- Sponsored Projects Office
Find information on external grants and funding available through the Sponsored Projects Office