Dr. Kimberly Underwood is set to moderate a discussion on revisioining the potentials around organizational diversification in the "new normal." A preview of what the event is about is featured below.
Do you have a research idea but don’t know how to fund it? Have you published an article in a peer reviewed journal or presented at a peer reviewed conference? Either way, the Office of Scholarship Support has a range of funding options and awards available for you and your projects.
If you are looking to fund a research project, there are two funding opportunities for you to consider. The Teaching and Learning Fellowship is available to active University of Phoenix faculty members who have a project that studies any aspect of teaching and learning. Depending on the project, the Teaching and Learning Fellowship awards up to $10,000 for faculty members. The General Research Grant is available to active University of Phoenix faculty members who have a research project that explores topics outside the realm of teaching and learning. The General Research Grant awards up to $5,000 to faculty members, depending on the project.
Active in scholarly publication? If you have published an article or chapter that does not appear in a predatory journal, a vanity press, or is not self published, you might be eligible for the Excellence in Publishing Award. You also may be eligible for the $400 Faculty Honorarium.
Active in scholarly presentation? The Honorarium is also available for research presentations at non predatory conferences. If you are SAS Faculty and have presented at a peer reviewed conference you could be eligible for the SAS Research Presentation Award. This award is accompanied by a payment of $500, $1,000, or $1,500 depending on the academic rigor of the conference.