Current Funding Opportunities & Seed Grants
Open Funding Opportunities
- SALSI Innovation Challenge | deadline: February 15, 2016
- SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence: Brain Health | deadline: March 1, 2016
- INTRA Grant Guidance | deadline: March 1, 2016
- GREAT Grant Guidance | deadline: March 15, 2016
- CONNECT Program | deadline: March 31, 2016
- Proposal Enhancement Program Grant Guidance (PEP) | deadline: ongoing
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.
|FY2015 GREAT Program Awardees|
|FY2016 INTRA Program Awardees|
|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.
SALSI Innovation Challenge | deadline: February 15, 2016
SALSI Clusters in Research Excellence: Brain Health | deadline: March 1, 2016
Research Opportunities on Cibolo Preserve
|More information: Cibolo Preserve brochure (PDF)|
|Approval request form – for UTSA personnel only|
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 institutional and demonstrate benefits to UTSA.
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