Faculty Research Forum: DFR internal funding opportunities

The Office of the Dean for Research provides funding to support the University’s thriving research community in ways that complement and supplement traditional funding sources. Several funding opportunities will have open calls for faculty-led research projects this year. In this session, faculty will learn more about each of the programs, eligibility, and evaluation criteria. Program administrators will be available to answer questions.

Funding programs covered:

  • Collaborations between Artists and Scientists or Engineers - up to $150,000, proposals due January 2023
  • Eric and Wendy Schmidt Transformative Technology Fund - between $500,000 and $1,000,000 per project, on average, proposals due November 11, 2022
  • Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund - up to $100,000, proposals due October 21, 2022  
  • New Ideas in the Social Sciences – up to $50,000, proposals due January 2023
  • New Industrial Collaborations - up to $175,000 with an anticipated industry contribution of $75,000, proposals due October 31, 2022
  • New Ideas in the Natural Sciences - up to $200,000, call for proposals anticipated early 2023
  • Princeton Alliance for Collaborative Research and Innovation - up to $250,000, proposals due in mid-2023
  • Provost and Dean for Research Transformative Equipment Initiative: New Opportunities - over $500,000, calls for proposals anticipated spring 2023 
  • Sustainability of Our Planet - up to $300,000, call for proposals anticipated early 2023

Session Details

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When: Monday, October 10, 2022, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, lunch will be served

Where: Louis A. Simpson Building, Room 144 

Moderator:  Karla Ewalt, Senior Associate Dean for Research

Program representatives:

  • Kelly Freidenfelds, Senior Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and  Foundation Relations
  • Michael Hodges, Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations
  • John Ritter, Director, Office of Technology Licensing
  • Jennifer Speed, Research Development Strategist, Office of the Dean for Research

Program overview with question and answer session.