Summer Research Award (SRA)

Are grant proposal rejections getting you down? Eighty percent of faculty who come to these sessions receive the award, because they get up-to-date information on writing a successful proposal and they get important feedback on how their proposals will be reviewed by a general academic audience.

Summer Research Award (SRA) Writing Workshop

The purpose of the Internal Research Awards Writing workshops is to assist faculty with writing successful EMU Research proposals.

Part I: Introduction to the Summer Research Awards Application Process

Presenters: Natalie Dove (Department of Psychology) and Alexis Braun Marks (University Archivist)

Click here to view the slideshow for Part I of this series

Click here to view the recording of Part I of this series

Part II: Workshopping Summer Research Award Proposals

When: Monday, October 24th, at 3:30 PM (Facilitated by Alexis Braun Marks)

When: Tuesday, October 25th, at 3:30 PM (Facilitated by Natalie Dove)

Where: 109 Halle

Scholars from the Humanities are particularly invited to attend the October 24th session!

Bring your applications or parts of your application to these sessions and receive feedback from your peers and workshop presenters. This is a great opportunity to gain feedback from those outside of your field!

Registration Details

We are excited to provide courses such as this one to provide EMU faculty with the information needed to write a successful proposal.  We hope you will join us on October 24 or 25! To attend the Summer Research Award workshop, please fill out the registration form down below.

Register for the Summer Research Award Workshop Here

If you have any questions, please email Jeff Bernstein, Natalie Dove, or Alexis Braun Marks, and we will attempt to answer them.

Faculty Research Fellowships (FRF) and Sabbaticals

Due January 31, 2023

The FDC intends to do similar workshops for FRFs and Sabbaticals during the Winter 2023 term. Keep an eye out for upcoming information on these workshops!