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Fall 2006 Frap Awards

Fall 2006 Faculty Research Award Program Awards

The following faculty members received funding awards in fall 2006 through the College’s Faculty Research Award Program (FRAP), which supports the research activities of all regular full- and part-time, tenured and tenure-track Amherst College faculty members. Since 2000, FRAP has been endowed by the H. Axel Schupf ’57 Fund for Intellectual Life. (Download as a word doc. ) Small Grants Awards Large Grants Awards

Spring 2006 Faculty Research Award Program Awards

The following faculty members received funding awards in spring 2006 through the College’s Faculty Research Award Program (FRAP), which supports the research activities of all regular full- and part-time, tenured and tenure-track Amherst College faculty members. Since 2000, FRAP has been endowed by the H. Axel Schupf ’57 Fund for Intellectual Life.Small Grant awards Large Grant Awards

Spring 2005 Faculty Research Award Program Awards

The following faculty members received funding awards in April 2005 through the College’s Faculty Research Award Program (FRAP), which supports the research activities of all regular full- and part-time, tenured and tenure-track Amherst College faculty members. Since 2000, FRAP has been endowed by the H. Axel Schupf ’57 Fund for Intellectual Life.Small Grant awards Large Grant Awards

Fall 2005 Faculty Research Award Program Awards

The following faculty members received funding awards in December 2005 through the College’s Faculty Research Award Program (FRAP), which supports the research activities of all regular full- and part-time, tenured and tenure-track Amherst College faculty members. Since 2000, FRAP has been endowed by the H. Axel Schupf ’57 Fund for Intellectual Life.Small Grant awards Large Grant Awards SMALL GRANT AWARDS Small grants are for $6,000 or less.

SCEF Award Information

Congratulations

Congratulations on being awarded funding through the Student Community Engagement Fund. This website reviews several common SCEF expenditures  that will help you with your event and program, as well as secure the funding you have been awarded. Please review this page, and if you still have questions after looking at the resources here, please feel free to contact us at the CCE.

Food

Budget

Gregory S. Call Academic Internships

The Gregory S. Call Academic Internship Program enables Faculty across the ranks and disciplines to hire current Amherst students to help with projects relating to their pedagogy or research. The purpose of this program is to give Faculty assistance for academic tasks that are substantive but time-consuming, and to give students the opportunity to work closely with, and therefore help, their Faculty.

Sponsored Research and Faculty Development

Institutional support for “sponsored research” – essentially that research funded by an extramural agency either through a grant, contract or other mutually agreeable transaction – is quite innovative at Amherst College because it involves close collaboration between Sponsored Research and Foundation and Corporate Relations.

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