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Office of Academic Grants

The Office of Academic Grants is your gateway for assistance in identifying funding opportunities, grants, and sponsored project support. We help faculty, staff, and external funding partners connect and collaborate to advance mutual goals that advance the University’s mission. We can help you identify and approach potential funding sources, plan and coordinate meetings, assist in writing letters of inquiries and grant proposals, gather support materials, assist with campus visits, and obtain institutional signatures. Please contact Annie Heidersbach at aheiders@bw.edu or 826-3530 for assistance.

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Faculty Development Grants

Faculty Development Committee:

 

A primary function of FDC is to review and recommend applicants for sabbatical and summer grant funding.  Recommendations for sabbatical are completed and sent to the Provost early fall semester.  Recommendations for summer grant funding are completed early spring semester. 

 

*Please note that the FDC BlackBoard site is currently under construction.  Please watch for update!

Baldwin Wallace supports responsible research which promises to increase knowledge and understanding, and encourages the highest ethical standards among BW researchers.  To ensure these safeguards and standards are met, the Office of Responsible Research houses and Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the protection of human subjects and an Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) for the protection of animal subjects. 

The Undergraduate Research and Creative Studies (URCS) at BW enables the partnership of a student and a professor in a creative, hands-on approach to learning.  Our programs provide the student/faculty teams with the resources necessary to conduct research and in-depth projects in all fields.