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The Center for the Study of Women offers grants to all UCLA ladder faculty for research development, new project development that may lead to external funding opportunities through CSW, and project completion that could be considered for CSW publications (policy briefs, research reports).

Preference will be given to junior faculty and projects that link to CSW’s current research projects. For more information regarding CSW’s current research projects, visit here.

Amount: Ranges from $1500-$3000

Deadline: Monday, May 3, 2021

Criteria
 

  • Applicants must be UCLA tenure-track faculty and can apply for support for research projects on gender, sexuality, and/or women's issues.
  • Faculty are not eligible to receive a Faculty Research Grant (formerly known as Faculty Development Grant) within three years of their receipt of an earlier one
  • Recipients must agree to the following:

  -Submit a final report describing the project outcomes
 -Acknowledge CSW in all public informational materials and publications resulting from the grant
 -Provide an article or blog post for a CSW publication
 -Provide one of the following services based on CSW need: 1) Serve on an awards review committee or 2) Moderate a panel at the Thinking Gender Conference

  • Recipients will be recognized at a future CSW Awards Celebration. CSW Staff will coordinate your attendance accordingly.
     


To Apply
The application requires the following documents:
 

  1. Research Proposal (maximum 3 single-spaced description that includes the title and an explanation of the proposed research)
  2. Bibliography
  3. Itemized Budget (1 page describing how funds will be used)
  4. Supporting Documents (quotes/invoices) of Budget Items (e.g., if airfare, provide copy of airfare prices if ticket is not yet purchased)
  5. Curriculum Vitae
     

 Only complete applications will be considered. CSW must receive all required documents no later than 11:59 PM (PST) on Monday, May 3, 2021.

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