Georgia State University provides seed funding through internal grant competitions for a variety of scholarly activities. Please review links below for application and deadline information:
New: Cities Grant - Provides seed funding for collaborations that will support the 4th goal of Georgia State's strategic plan to promote a better understanding of the complex challenges of cities in order to develop effective solutions.
Research Initiation Grant - Faculty scholarship activities
Faculty Mentored Grant - Mentoring of faculty seeking external funding
Scholarly Support Grant - Scholarly projects that will result in a significant/prestigious product
Conference Grants - Conferences hosted by Georgia State faculty
Travel Grants - Travel to sponsoring agency
Dissertation Grant Program - Dissertation research by Georgia State graduate students
CDC/GSU Seed Award Program - Provides seed funding for research projects in the social and behavioral sciences which are based on collaborations between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Georgia State University (GSU).
Questions about the Internal Grant Program should be addressed to Associate VP for Research:
Monica Swahn, Ph.D.