Grants for joint faculty, student, and staff research. Projects should be developed in reaction to a relevant social issue or proactively address a social issue (within a 6-month timeframe). This scheme will fund up to 4 grants of $3,000 each. Each team applying is required to have members from at least 3 of these 5 Stamps communities:
Learn about available research resources at the University of Michigan, including:
University of Michigan Office of Research: a compiled set of research resources from the UMOR office
Research Commons: Hub for internal research funding opportunities at U-M
Pivot Research Funding Tool: searchable tool for finding funding opportunities
The U-M Library Research Guide for Art & Design provides information about basic art and design resources at the University of Michigan.
The U-M Library Research Funding & Grants Guide is a complete list of U-M resources and training opportunities that can help you prepare your next grant
Proposal Library: A collection of successful proposals to look at for examples.
Michigan Research Experts Database is a searchable database of research expertise across disciplines, including more than 5,000 faculty members across U-M. Here you’ll find information about a researcher’s publications, grants, and patents.
The MICHR Research Development Core offers free in-person consultations for any U-M investigator doing clinical and health research and provides support and advice on grant writing, research ideas, and study design.
Learn more about the University of Michigan Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, a primary source for externally sponsored grants that directs you through all steps of the grant, from writing a proposal to closing out a funded project.