- Traditional and Undergraduate Enhancement Program
- Endowed Chairs Programs
- Two-Year Institutions Enhancement Program
- Research and Development Program
- ATLAS Program
- Graduate Fellows Program
- BoR/SREB Graduate Fellowships to Promote Diversity Program
The LaSIP FY 2015 request for proposals has been released. The RFP and related forms are available here. Proposals are due to the Regents by 4:30 p.m. central time on March 23, 2015.
The December 10, 2014 staff presentation to the Board of Regents Sponsored Programs Committee is available here.
eLearning Innovation Grants Program*
In 2011, The Board of Regents adopted its latest Master Plan for Higher Education in Louisiana. The primary goal of the plan is for Louisiana to reach the state SREB average in educational attainment of the adult population. To accomplish this, eLearning must be a primary strategy to help the state expand access to public higher education and to assist the state in its efforts to increase enrollments and degree production.
Recognizing the achievements of the state’s workforce development efforts, institutions must be innovative in their training and delivery of coursework leading to portable credentials. To assist, the Board of Regents eLearning Task Force is actively soliciting eLearning Innovation Grants to support this effort.
Proposals Due: February 23, 2015 4:30 p.m. Central
* Posted on Behalf of Louisiana Board of Regents eLearning Task Force
Due to a network outage at the facility which houses BoRSF equipment, the deadline for submission of proposals to the Research Competitiveness Subprogram (RCS) has been changed from Friday, November 7, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. central to Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. central. See the addendum to the RFP for more information.
Through its more than 25 years of NSF support, Louisiana EPSCoR, managed by the Board of Regents with leadership across Louisiana campuses, has been a major catalyst for innovative statewide and national advancement. And sustainability through competitive research is a key objective of EPSCoR. Specifically, EPSCoR aims to create, strengthen, and institutionalize collaborations among academic, government, and private sector stakeholders to advance scientific research, promote innovation and provide meaningful societal benefits.
These two active grants, which combined provide over $2 million in funds to Louisiana State University and the University of New Orleans, have the potential to make significant impacts on academic, government and/or private sector stakeholders. For more information on the goals, objectives, and prospective impacts of these awards, check out the EPSCoR newsletter.
NASA EPSCoR is seeking proposals for research programs that will make significant contributions to the strategic research and technology priorities of one or more of the four NASA Mission Directorates and/or one or more of the ten NASA field centers, and contribute to the overall research infrastructure, science and technology capabilities, higher education, and economic development of the State.