UO Faculty Development Resources

Internal Funding Opportunities

Oregon Humanities Center

(Applications deadlines vary by program)

Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies

The Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies distributes small grants to UO faculty, students and community groups in order to encourage existing projects and collaborations, and to facilitate new ones. CLLAS funds summer research projects for graduate students. Grants for faculty and community groups are specifically intended to support collaborative research, teaching, and community outreach projects that are interdisciplinary, link more than one UO unit together, and involve the wider Eugene-Springfield or Oregon community. CLLAS particularly wants to encourage student/faculty/community collaborations and is especially interested in projects that have the potential to put Latino and Latin American Studies in conversation.

See the list of current calls for proposals as well as past grantees here.

Center for the Study of Women in Society

The Center for the Study of Women in Society maintains a number of grant programs to support the work on women and gender initiated by University of Oregon faculty, staff (with the appropriate end degrees), and graduate students.

Current grant programs and deadlines:

Office of the Vice President for Research & Innovation

(Applications deadlines vary by program)

The Office of the Vice President for Research & Innovation administers an array of internal funding awards, including the New Junior Faculty Research Awards ProgramBridge Funding Support for Research Program Showcasing Oregon Research: Conference Support AwardsFaculty Research AwardsIdea Awards (for collaborative research that can lead to external funding) and Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives (I3) Awards (to support interdisciplinary research groups at UO to support development of large-scale projects).

Research Development Services provides a variety of services for faculty seeking support for research, performance, public service and scholarly projects.

Teaching Engagement Program

TEP supports teachers across rank and discipline, building an imaginative, resourceful, and connected campus-wide teaching culture. TEP promotes research-led teaching that activates students’ commitment to inquiry and brings faculty expertise to life.

Equity Initiatives

  • Black Strategies Group
  • Latinx Strategies Group
  • Asian Strategies groups