Internal Grants

Internal grants offer funding for projects that are consistent with the mission and goals of the University and which have the potential to lead to significant external funding, scholarly publications, creative work, or activities that support Stockton University's mission and vision. Applicants may request funds for salaries, supplies, student and professional assistance, publication subvention, and travel - related to scholarly activities. Some programs allow for release time.

Research and Professional Development (R&PD) Funding


  • Rain Ross, ARHU
  • Jacob Feige, ARHU
  • Carla Cabarle, BUSN
  • Muntakim Choudhury, BUSN
  • Ron Tinsley, EDUC
  • Chelsea Tracy-Bronson, EDUC
  • Betsy McShea, GENS
  • Bob Blaskiewicz, GENS
  • Anthony Dissen, HLTH
  • Kerri Sowers, HLTH ***
  • TBD, Library
  • David Burleigh, NAMS
  • Guy Barbato, NAMS
  • Justin Ostrofsky, SOBL*
  • Elyssa Smith, SOBL
  • Terrilyn Battle, SOBL
  • 2021-2023
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023
  • 2022-2024
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023
  • 2020-2022
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023
  • 2022-2024
  • 2022-2024
  • 2022-2024
  • 2021-2023

Ex Officio Member (Provost Designee) - Jennifer Kosakowski, Interim Executive Director ORSP
*Chair, **Vice Chair - TBD, ***Union Liaison

  • R&PD Guidelines - Award specifics, eligibility requirements and application guidance.
  • For Deadlines - visit the Calendar of Awards.
  • Need assistance with proposal writing? The Faculty Academic Writing Network (FAWN) supports faculty, staff, and adjuncts who wish to make academic writing and publishing a priority. 
    FAWN
  • FY22 - Internal Award Recipients
  • Visit the Internal Award Online Application System to apply for funding, manage your existing internal awards, and to submit annual reports.
  • For research, planning, proposal development in preparation for seeking outside funding.
  • FAQs for R&PD Applications 
  • Sample Narratives R&PD
  • Supports projects in research, planning, proposal writing, professional development and creative work.
  • Sample Narrative R&PD Course Release

 

  • Support for travel to conferences, student assistant, professional services or supplies related to scholarship and the strategic plans.
  • Sample Narratives for PFOF
 
  • For Adjunct Faculty as well as 1/2 and 3/4 time faculty who are not also employed as professional staff, administration, or librarians.
  • Support for travel to conferences, student assistant, professional services or supplies related to scholarship and the strategic plans.
  • Sample Narratives for AFOF
  • Funding supports scholarly or creative/artistic projects which pertain broadly to the study of aging and are consistent with SCOSA's mission to "nurture body, mind, and spirit of older adults through research, education, and service."
  • Funds may be awarded for salaries, professional assistance, supplies/materials/equipment, and travel related to research, scholarly presentations, or projects.
  • Sabbatical Information Session: 
    Friday, September 16, 2022, 2:30 - 3:30pm - ZOOM
  • AFOF Information Session:
    Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 4:00 - 4:30pm - ZOOM
  • R&PD Main Round Information Session: 
    Wednesday, February 1, 2023, 3:30 - 4:30pm - ZOOM
Application submissions are taken up to 5:00pm on the date of Deadline.

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Additional Internal Award Opportunities

 

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