Research, Scholarship and Creativity Grants

Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Grants are available to support faculty members in their professional scholarly and creative work.

To Apply

Guidelines

  • Grants are available for Research, Scholarship and Creativity expenses.
  • Beginning 2014, one RSC grant will be designated for an Area of Focus from the Academic Strategic Plan or the Mission of the College. For the 2014-2015 grant period the Area of Focus is Interdisciplinarity.
  • Applications will be accepted for stipends and project costs, and for stipends only.
  • Joint applications are accepted.
  • One faculty member cannot receive both the Research, Scholarship, and Creativity grant and the Presidential Faculty/Student Collaboration grant in the same year.
  • Competitive, but a large number are funded each year.
  • Provides a combination of stipend and program support.
  • Awards are made in the spring for the following academic year; project expenses must be incurred and reimbursed during that fiscal year (June 1st - May 31st).

For more information, contact the Faculty Development Committee.

The Kendall Center has several books on Research, Scholarship and Creativity available to faculty at the Folke Bernadotte Library.

  • Developing and Sustaining a Research-Supportive Curriculum: A Compendium of Successful Practices, Council on Undergraduate Research Council on Undergraduate Research, 2007.
  • Enhancing Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning, Maryellen Weimer, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2006.
  • Faculty Collaboration: Enhancing the Quality of Scholarship and Teaching, Ann E. Austin and Roger G. Baldwin, George Washington University, 1991.
  • Faculty Priorities Reconsidered: Rewarding Multiple Forms of Scholarship, KerryAnn O'Meara and R. Eugene Rice, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2005.
  • Getting It Published: A Guide for Scholars and Anyone Else Serious about Serious Books, William Germano, The University of Chicago Press, 2001.
  • The Musical Experience of Composer, Performer, Listener, Roger Sessions, Princeton University Press, 1974.
  • The Subject is Research: Processes and Practices, Wendy Bishop and Pavel Zemliansky, Boynton/Cook Publishers, 2007.

2014-2015 Grants Awards

2013-2014 Grants Awards

2012-2013 Grants Awards

2011-2012 Grants Awarded

2010-2011 Grants Awarded

2009-2010 Grants Awarded

  • Ana Adams
  • Mark Bjelland
  • John Cha
  • Jeffrey Dahlseid
  • Tom Emmert
  • Anne-Marie Gronhovd
  • Lisa Heldke
  • Yurie Hong
  • Michael Jorgensen
  • Brenda Kelly
  • Bruce McClain
  • Mary McHugh
  • Amanda Nienow
  • David Obermiller
  • Yumiko Oshima-Ryan
  • So Young Park
  • Sanjive Qazi
  • Sujay Rao
  • Amy Seham
  • Lianying Shan
  • Joyce Sutphen
  • Paula Swiggum
  • Anna Versluis

2008-2009 Grants Awarded

  • Elizabeth Baer
  • Aaron Banks
  • Leila Brammer
  • Phil Bryant
  • Priscilla Briggs
  • John Cha
  • Thia Cooper
  • Eric Dugdale
  • Barbara Fister
  • Deborah Goodwin
  • Jon Grinnell

2007-2008 Grants Awarded

  • Elizabeth Baer
  • Margaret Bloch Qazi
  • Philip Bryant
  • Amy Fry
  • Chris Gilbert
  • Anne-Marie Gronhovd
  • Michele Kooman
  • Baker Lawley
  • John Mattson
  • Carolyn O'Grady
  • Alisa Rosenthal
  • Katy Stenger
  • Joyce Sutphen
  • Jenifer Ward
  • Kate Wittenstein
  • David Wolfe

2006-2007 Grants Awarded

  • Amy Seham
  • Laura Behling
  • Leila Brammer
  • John Cha
  • Thia Cooper
  • Patricia Costello
  • Patricia English
  • Eric Dugdale
  • Mark Granquist
  • William Heidcamp
  • Douglas Huff
  • Meghann Jarchow
  • Benjamin Laabs
  • Michele Koomen
  • Pachal Kyoore
  • Svjetlana Madzar
  • Brian O'Brien
  • Peg O'Connor
  • Yumiko Oshima-Ryan
  • Matthew Panciera
  • Sujay Rao
  • Brandy Russell
  • Amy Seham
  • Don Scheese

2005-2006 Grants Awarded

  • Gaston Alzate
  • Priscilla Briggs
  • Mark Dennis
  • Deborah Downs-Miers
  • Deborah Goodwin
  • Lisa Heldke
  • Jeff Jeremiason
  • Brenda Kelly
  • Pamela Kittelson
  • Jean Lavigne
  • Jacob Lunderby
  • Paola Marin
  • Scott Newstok
  • Lois Peterson
  • Stan Shetka
  • David Rudek
  • Darren Walhof
  • Bronwen Wickkiser

2004-2005 Grants Awarded

  • Dean Curtin
  • Bob Douglas
  • David Fienen
  • Barbara Fister
  • Rob Gardner
  • Mark Granquist
  • Jon Grinnell
  • Tom Huber
  • Bruce Johnson
  • Michele Koomen
  • Bruce McClain

2003-2004 Grants Awarded

  • Mark Bjelland
  • Laurent Dechery
  • Judy Gardner
  • Deborah Goodwin
  • Mark Granquist
  • Nancy Hanway
  • Lisa Heldke
  • Jeff Jeremiason
  • Greg Kaster
  • Jill Locke
  • Terry Morrow
  • Margaret O'Connor
  • Clark Ohnesorge
  • Garrett Paul
  • Lois Peterson
  • Don Scheese
  • Rebecca Taylor
  • Andy Vaughn
  • Darren Walhof
  • David Wolfe
  • Linnea Wren