Research Funding Available
Funding is available for:
- SPECIAL RESEARCH GRANTS in amounts up to $750 are awarded to tenured and tenure-track faculty throughout the year until funds are expended.
- HAMILTON BOOK AWARDS PROGRAM, sponsored by the University Co-Operative Society, accepts all books, including scholarly monographs, creative works (e.g., novels and anthologies of poetry), exhibition catalogues, textbooks, and edited collections published by university faculty and staff in the calendar year preceding the Spring competition.
- UNIVERSITY CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARDS. Nominations are accepted for two prizes: the Career Research Excellence Award (to recognize a faculty member or staff researcher who has maintained a superior research program across many years) and the Best Paper Award (in recognition of a principal or sole author of a peer-reviewed scholarly paper reporting original research).
- SUBVENTION GRANTS. Applications for Subventions are year-round, beginning in September, until funds run out. The University of Texas at Austin Subvention Grants program, which provides a maximum award of $5,000, is designed to assist faculty authors in the publication of scholarly books. Preference is given to assistant and associate professors. Frequently, university and other scholarly presses demand that authors provide funds to underwrite the publication of scholarly monographs and books. Subvention awards provide financial assistance to faculty members when departments and deans are unable to provide needed support.
Financial Conflict of Interest Disclosures
The revised policy contains significant revisions to the previous policy and incorporates changes that meet updated federal requirements governing disclosure and reporting of financial conflicts of interest. The revised policy affects all individuals who are responsible for the design, conduct or reporting of research.
For information on the new Public Health Service policy, see the Frequently Asked Questions at the National Institutes of Health website. Also, the Office of Research Support has updates on its Conflict of Interest page.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided funds to stimulate the economy and invest in the future. See the university's Recovery Act page for more information about The University of Texas at Austin's role.
Use the modification form or send an e-mail to IACUC@austin.utexas.edu to remove students who no longer work on your protocols and to add new members who join your lab over the summer. Learn more at the Office of Research Support.