GIGs fund time-sensitive proposals that fall out of the regular cycle for CGII Grants (Center Grants and G-PODs). Proposals that can be submitted to meet an upcoming CGII deadline, or reasonably could have been submitted for a past deadline are not eligible. Proposals will be evaluated by members of the CGII grants committee.
The submission proposal is in two steps: (1) send an email to Brian Owensby (bpo3a) explaining the need for out-of-cylce consideration; (2) submit a proposal to Tim Troy (tmt8w).
Award Cycle: Rolling
Grant size ($): up to 7,500
Total funding available over academic year: up to $60,000
Mission: The mission of the Center for Global Inquiry + Innovation (CGII) is to stimulate researching in all fields (Arts, Humanities, STEM) addressing problems and challenges of global scale, scope, concern, perspective, and impact. It aims to expand the compass and range of disciplinary commitments and possibilities, and seeks to promote collaboration among UVa colleagues and with colleagues beyond UVa and outside the U.S.
Proposals may be for research collaborations, or intellectual gatherings (symposia, conferences, seminars, invitations) which, for whatever reason, could not be submitted in-cycle.
Eligibility: All full-time faculty may apply. Proposals must involve two or more UVa colleagues from different disciplines, schools, or units.
How to apply:
Step 1: Because GIGs are for emerging issues that do not fit into the CGII grant cycle, the application process starts with an e-mail explaining the need for out-of-cycle consideration.
Please address this e-mail to Brian Owensby (bpo3a).
Step 2: Once step 1 has been resolved, proposals should be a single document not exceeding two pages (excepting CVs), and should include the following:
- Name of submitter(s) with school/unit and departmental affiliations.
- Title and 100-word description of project.
- One-page statement including:
- proposed research/inquiry
- description of submitters’ contributions
- description of proposed use of funds (e.g., travel, equipment, gathering)
- timeline of proposed activity
- statement of outcome (e.g., publication, gathering, outside grant proposal, performance, exhibition, policy report or recommendation, creation of a research tool) with time of expected realization
- Statement of how the proposed activity will advance CGII’s global mission.
- Statement of co-funders, if any. A demonstration of other support is especially important.
- Budget and narrative, including a clear statement of how the project could go forward with less.
- Two-page CV for each participant.
Proposals should be submitted to Tim Troy (tmt8w) as a single PDF via email.