A pilot program that unites Illinois researchers and community members to address the needs and interests of Urbana-Champaign communities through sustainable, equitable partnerships.
Funding of up to $30,000 to sponsor public lectures or symposia on current topics of interest in the fields of biological and biochemical sciences that enrich the campus intellectual environment in the life sciences.
An outgrowth of the CO+RE Program that extends the OVCRI's interest in community-directed and responsive practices for engaging local youth and adults in the generative and creative practice of the arts.
Established in 1932 to serve the campus as a conduit for the distribution of funding to support full-time tenured/tenure-track faculty members’ research projects and creative activities.
Offers specialized faculty up to $200 support for one virtual conference convening per year to present original scholarly research and/or creative work.
Stimulates and promotes strong relationships between ACES faculty and international faculty that will develop and flourish into larger, sustainable, collaborative efforts.
Encourages creativity and collaboration between ACES faculty and research partners.
Funding to researchers in Illinois and Indiana who are working on issues of importance to the southern Lake Michigan region.
Jointly established seed fund between UIUC and the University of Birmingham to stimulate wider academic engagement between the two universities.
Awards for full-time, tenure-track faculty for travel and related expenses for presenting at international conferences that takes place outside the U.S.
Support original research on leadership, interdisciplinary collaboration, research that will advance the mission of leadership at Illinois, and faculty engagement with the Illinois Leadership Center.
Available to all UIUC faculty members who are developing research about Brazil.
Provides research grant awards to foster the development of innovative research and generate sustainable partnerships with Military/Veteran communities.
An intense, 12-week, online-based program where participants learn strategies to increase their research productivity.
Opportunities for UIUC faculty and researchers to catalyze and develop long-term research collaborations between Illinois departments, research units, and NCSA
Allocates $1.47M annually toward the development and seed-funding of projects that have an environmental impact on the university community.
Support innovative interdisciplinary research that advances our understanding of health and wellness, aging, and disability.