Current Funding Opportunities & Seed Grants

UTSA Funding Opportunities
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Research funding opportunities from public and private sources are available at UTSA.

Funding Opportunities

VPR Seed Grant Programs

The Office of the Vice President (VPR) offers various internal awards, including the following annual programs:

Internal Research Awards (INTRA)
Eligible: Full-time, tenure and tenure-track faculty at UTSA in CACP, COB, COEHD, COLFA and COPP.

Grant for Research Advancement and Transformation (GREAT)
Eligible: Full-time, tenure and tenure-track faculty at UTSA.

Connecting Researchers through Partnerships (Connect)
Eligible: The PI(s) from UTSA must be a tenured or tenure-track faculty member. The PI(s) from SwRI must be a full time employee.

Opened Opportunities
Past Opportunities
external-link-list FY2015 GREAT Program Awardees
FY2016 INTRA Program Awardees
external-link-list FY2015 Connect Program Awardees

SALSI Seed Grant Programs

The San Antonio Life Sciences Institute

Established in 2003, researchers involved in SALSI have driven the expansion of new scientific knowledge throughout Texas and have enhanced the research, teaching and service missions of The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). This collaboration has enabled joint doctoral programs and research projects and has driven initiatives that stimulated the growth of the biomedical and biotechnology industries in San Antonio.
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Past Opportunities
external-link-list FY2015 SALSI Innovation Challenge RFP
external-link-list FY2015 SALSI Innovation Challenge Awardees
external-link-list FY2015 SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence RFP
external-link-list FY2015 SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence Awardees
external-link-list FY2015 Postdoctoral RFP
external-link-list FY2015 Postdoctoral Awardees

Research Opportunities on Cibolo Preserve

Faculty from UTSA and their students can now ask for approval for access, for research purposes only, to the Cibolo Preserve, a 500 acre tract just east of Boerne in south central Kendal County. The land is notable for its beauty, variety of flora and fauna, geological features and areas of archeological interest. UTSA, in an effort to aid their researchers, is offering up to $3000 per project to help defray student researcher support, supplies and equipment. If you are interested in a morning visit to the preserve please contact:Jaclyn Shaw
(210) 458-6767

filetype-pdf More information: Cibolo Preserve brochure (PDF)
Approval request form – for UTSA personnel only

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UTSA Limited Submission Process

Sponsoring agencies occasionally limit the number of applications/nominations the University may submit for specific grants and awards. When a call for proposals is “limited”, the Office of the Vice President for Research uses an internal selection process to determine which application(s) will be submitted to the sponsor for funding consideration. Limited submission grants should be considered as institutional and demonstrate benefits to UTSA.

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