Seed Grant Program
Seed grant awards have been awarded with funding provided by the Binghamton University Road Map through the Provost's Office and the Division of Research.
Grant for Projects, Seminars and Workshops
Faculty affiliated with the Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging TAE are awarded grants to support multidisciplinary projects, seminars and workshops in one of the TAE research theme areas.
Manuscript Review Workshop
Call for applications
Deadline May, 1, 2021
Email proposals to email@example.com
The Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging TAE invites proposals for manuscript
review workshop(s) to be held this fall. The goal of the program is to support monograph
publications and research excellence by Binghamton faculty members as well as to encourage
tenure and promotion.
If you are finishing (or close to finishing) a monograph this summer, the workshop will provide a supportive and generative review to strengthen the manuscript before submission for publication.
The workshop will consist of the author plus 2-3 Binghamton faculty members and an invited external reviewer. All participants will read the manuscript in advance of the 3-hour workshop. The workshop may be conducted online if conditions prohibit travel and face-to-face engagement. The focus will be on constructive and generative feedback for the author.
TAE funding will cover the travel costs (if applicable) and honorarium for the external reviewer and a modest research award of up to $200 each for Binghamton reviewers.
The CRCB TAE anticipates making multiple workshop awards.
1) Project Abstract – approx. 300 words
2) Proposal – approx. 1000 words
- Overview of project (significance, methodology, chapter overview) and its relationship to the themes of the CRCB TAE
- Progress to date of manuscript and anticipated timeline for completion
- List of 2-3 suggested Binghamton faculty participants
- Ranked list of 3 preferred external reviewers