LHU Faculty Professional Development Committee
Small Campus Grants
The Small Campus Grant provides funding for faculty members to begin typically smaller research projects by requesting up to $500. An application for a Travel Grant may be submitted at any time through the end of the Spring Semester or until funds are depleted. There are a total of 8 Small Campus Grants available.
Lock Haven University's Small Campus Research Grants are designed for smaller projects (typically under $500 in cost). These funds can be used for necessary services, supplies or equipment, non-commercial exhibitions, or travel to specialized research facilities. Classroom-oriented research as well as subject-based independent research will be considered for funding.
Full-time tenure-track faculty may apply for a maximum of $500 and full-time temporary faculty may apply for a maximum of $250. Travel to discipline related workshops which provide new knowledge and/or skills specifically related to the research project may be included in the request. Workshops for certification credit or licensure do not apply. Information on the policies for this grant can be obtained by clicking on the Policies link below or from the FPDC chair . You may apply for a small campus research grant at any time until the deadline.
Final reports are required for the LHU Small Campus Research Grants. Specific report requirements are given in the RFP, which can be found by clicking on the Request for Proposals link below or by contacting the FPDC Chair . All recipients of LHU Faculty Professional Development Grants must acknowledge "LHU Faculty Professional Development funds" as a source of funding in any published work supported by these funds.
If you have any additional questions about applying for Faculty Professional Development funds, please contact one of the members of the committee. A list of committee members, as well as contact information, can be found by clicking on the FPDC Members link to the left.
For a copy of the Small Campus Grant Request for Proposals, please click here. The RFP contains a link to the Small Campus Grant application, which can also be found here. Applications that do not follow the appropriate format, found in the Small Campus Grant Application, will be returned.