Grants for Kellogg Faculty Fellows
The Kellogg Institute provides funding for an array of faculty initiatives, including research projects, working groups, and research conferences and workshops.
Proposals are evaluated four times per academic year by a faculty Grants Committee.
Proposal submission deadlines for the 2015–16 academic year follow:
Prior to submitting a proposal, applicants are encouraged to contact the Institute to discuss the proposed activity. Sharon Schierling, Associate Director (1-8524; firstname.lastname@example.org) serves as the primary contact and can direct inquiries to other staff members who can provide additional assistance.
Individual and collaborative research grants to support summer and academic-year research by Kellogg faculty fellows in all disciplines.
Support Kellogg faculty fellows to organize research conferences and workshops, invite guest lecturers, or arrange extracurricular events such as lectures, seminars, and film series.
Promote intellectual collaboration and innovation in a group format. Chaired by faculty fellows, working groups put together a package of activities—such as reading groups, speakers, mini-conferences, or development of proposals for major conferences or research projects—that advance scholarship in a particular area of focus.
Support scholarly projects of high intellectual caliber that cross disciplinary boundaries to address important themes.
Support artistic projects such as performances and exhibitions that engage the Notre Dame community in international themes.
Grants for Notre Dame Faculty
Encourage Notre Dame faculty members to expand undergraduate course offerings in areas of interest to Kellogg.
Provide limited support for faculty-led student travel in connection with for-credit course offerings or other well-defined educational opportunities.
Grants for activities and events organized by Notre Dame faculty members and/or staff not affiliated with the Institute, and by students.
A joint project of the Kellogg Institute and Notre Dame International, the Luksic Grants Program aims to encourage Notre Dame faculty and staff to find new ways to engage with colleagues from Chile’s Pontifical Catholic University. Grants of up to $10,000 are available; see Request for Proposal for more information.
A project of Notre Dame International, the GCI will award funding for initiatives in international research, scholarship, and collaboration with major foreign universities and research organizations.