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Info on research funding opportunities, U-M research resources, and more.

Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Team Grants

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:

  • undergraduate students
  • graduate students
  • staff
  • tenure track/tenured faculty
  • lecturer faculty

Research Resources: Stamps/Internal

Use these resources to learn about opportunities for research funding in Art & Design, and guides on how to write for academic journals and book chapters.

Research Resources: U-M

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.

U-M Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

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.