The following grants have expired. Please use for reference only.
- Instrumentation proposal 2018: The purpose of the WV Division of Science and Research (DSR) Instrumentation Grants Program is to encourage undergraduate students in West Virginia to continue careers in science, math, and engineering. Instrumentation Grants seek to accomplish this by allowing the purchase of modern instruments for advanced undergraduate laboratories and by encouraging the submission of proposals to NSF research, instrumentation or STEM education programs.
- Innovation proposal 2018: The purpose of the Division of Science & Research (DSR) Innovation Grants Program is to encourage undergraduate students in West Virginia to continue careers in science, math and engineering. Like Instrumentation Grants, the Innovation Grants Program seeks to accomplish this by supporting the purchase of modern instruments and supplies and conduct minor renovations for advanced undergraduate laboratories. However, the Innovation Program seeks to target larger, more ambitious, cohesive, and/or more comprehensive innovations in laboratory/classroom settings.
- Research Challenge Grant RFP: Projects funded by Research Challenge Grants (RCGs) should assist faculty researchers in their ability to successfully compete for external funding on a national basis by providing incentives to increase capacity. The Legislature intended for institutions to collaborate in development and execution of research programs and projects to the extent practicable and to target research to needs of the state, linked to future competitiveness of the state.
- The Graduate Student Fellowships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Grant, or STEM Fellows Grant, RFP: This program is designed to recruit and support outstanding doctoral students in STEM fields at Marshall University and West Virginia University.