In order to respond rapidly to emerging opportunities, the Provost’s Office has established the ARPA-H Strategic Initiative Seed Fund for Rice faculty to apply for new collaborative research seed funding for up to $50,000 with TMC partners.
Rice University’s Arts Initiatives Fund (AIF) supports experimentation and collaboration in creativity and the arts across the entire campus.
With the understanding that face-to-face interactions and discussions facilitate the development of new international partnerships, the Awards for International Collaboration (AIC) aims to support travel-related expenses necessary for faculty members to catalyze or deepen ties with partner institutions of strategic significance to a department, School, or the University.
The University Committee on Teaching administers a grant from the Brown Foundation for the purpose of fostering excellence in undergraduate teaching at Rice.
Each year, CERCL (Center for Engaged Research & Collaborative Learning) accepts proposals for grants not to exceed $2,000 to encourage new courses or the update of existing courses in line with the goals of the Center.
Consistent with its core mission and in solidarity with Rice for Black Life and the various other forms of resistance across the globe, the Center for Engaged Research & Collaborative Learning (CERCL) is accepting proposals for grants up to $3,000 to assist with Rice’s continuing effort to counter anti-black racism and push for a more just society as central elements of its teaching, research, and leadership strategies.
Rice University’s Conference and Workshop Development Fund fosters the development of conferences and workshops that enhance the reputation and quality of scholarship across the University.
De Lange Conferences spotlight timely, significant themes of wide interest. A budget of up to $150,000 is available for a multi-disciplinary conference capable of attracting a broad audience within the university, as well as wider participation at the local, regional, and/or national levels.
The purpose of the Doerr Institute's Leader Development Innovation Awards is to encourage and support faculty contributions to the development of students' capacity to lead across the University, through innovative teaching, curricular innovations, and relevant research.
The University of Edinburgh and Rice University have identified each other as strategic partners to foster deep collaborations in research and education. The Rice- Edinburgh Strategic Collaboration Awards (SCA) have been established to facilitate and support joint initiatives that will strengthen the two universities’ strategic priorities as well as develop multi-disciplinary cutting-edge research to create academic and societal impact. We invite proposals from researchers in all disciplines at Rice and Edinburgh.
In this round of the SCA, applicants are encouraged to submit funding proposals for innovative and sustainable programs built around collaborative research linking Edinburgh and Rice. Proposals should be sustainable in the long-term with a plan for engagement that includes leveraging external funding and publication outputs.