- Traditional Enhancement Subprogram
- Endowed Chairs Programs
- BoRSF Endowed: Two-Year Student Workforce Scholarships
- Endowed Superior Graduate Student Scholarships
- Research and Development
- ATLAS Subprogram
- Traditional Graduate Fellows Subprogram
- BoR/SREB Graduate Fellowships to Promote Diversity Subprogram
All proposal requests should be sent to email@example.com.
A maximum of 5 proposal copies can be requested. For each proposal copy, the request should include the following information.
Full Proposal Number:
Proposal submission cycle:
PI First Name and Last Name:
Full Proposal Number: 001A-15
Proposal Program/Subprogram: R&D RCS
Proposal submission cycle: FY 2014-15
Proposal Title: XYZ Title
PI First Name and Last Name: Dr. John Smith
Proposal Institution: ABC Institution
Debriefing material for each ATLAS proposal submitted in FY 2015-16 is now available through respective principal investigators’ LOGAN accounts. For proposals not recommended for funding, the subject-area panel assessment of the project is provided; projects recommended for funds receive the appropriate excerpt from the ATLAS final panel report. We hope that reviewer comments and assessments will prove useful as applicants develop future proposals. Please note that no additional information or documentation regarding the review of these proposals is available.
See memo for more details.
Please review the lists of invoices due June 30, 2016 for Support Fund contracts. All invoices should be sent to Christine Norton via email (Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org) or mailed to PO Box 3677, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-3677. If you have any questions, please contact Christine via email or at (225) 342-4253 ext. 675.
The CIMM Symposium and poster session will be held on Monday, July 25th at the Cook Hotel at 3848 W. Lakeshore Dr. in Baton Rouge.
Registration link: http://goo.gl/HHdrhO. If you will be bringing a poster and submitting a proceedings paper, please have that information available when you register. Papers for the proceedings are due to email@example.com before July 11, 2016.
CIMM Paper Template (Word)
CIMM Poster Template (Powerpoint)
The funds dedicated to the LINK program for the current cycle ending August 1, 2016 have been exceeded. We do anticipate future funding for the LINK program, and the release of a new RFP, after August 1. Please check the website (https://web.laregents.org) for updates at that time.
The Board of Regents acted on consultants’ recommendations, as well as on campus requests for matching funds to endow non-competitive professorships and first-generation undergraduate scholarships, at its meeting of April 27, 2016. The following rank orders, listed by subprogram, have been approved for funding in FY 2015-16:
|Industrial Ties Research (ITRS)||1-8|
|Research Competitiveness (RCS)||1-25|
|Awards to Louisiana Artists and Scholars (ATLAS)||1-9|
|Pilot Funding for New Research (Pfund)||1-17|
|Traditional Enhancement: Multidisciplinary||1-8|
|Traditional Enhancement: Agricultural Sciences||1-2|
|Traditional Enhancement: Arts||1-6|
|Traditional Enhancement: Earth & Environmental Sciences||1-5|
|Traditional Enhancement: Engineering A||1-6|
|Traditional Enhancement: Health & Medical Sciences||1-8|
|Traditional Graduate Fellows||1-20|
|BoR/SREB Fellowships to Promote Diversity||1-4|
Consultant reports with rank orders are available on the Board of Regents Sponsored Programs Section’s website, https://web.laregents.org.
Potential contracts for all approved projects (with the exception of Traditional Graduate Fellows, for which contracts will not be written until May 2017) have been released to each campus’s LOGAN account.