Funding for your research comes from a variety of public and private sources. Learn more about the right grant for you. Below you will find information and search engines to help you find the funding support for your project.
The Center for Research and Creative Activities (CRCA) offers a variety of support services to help with grant writing. During the semester, the CRCA and the Frederick E. Berry Library co-sponsor weekly writing retreats exclusively for faculty and librarians. Our director, Elizabeth Kenney, and Faculty Fellow, Michele Louro, offer individualized consultations on grant proposal applications.
Salem State is a top producer of Fulbright Scholars with over 30 faculty, staff, and student scholars.
The Grants Office can assist in finding prospective funding opportunities for your project and/or connect you with search engines and relevant RFP announcement sites. Our sources are primarily public (federal, state, or regional).
Institutional Advancement can work with faculty to identify donors or corporations that might be interested in supporting a research project.
Discover Salem State's comprehensive menu of internal grants designed to help faculty realize their research and creative goals.
Apply for a graduate student research assistant who can support the implementation and completion of your research or creative project.
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies invites full-time, tenured or tenure-track Salem State faculty for a two-year Faculty Research Fellowship. The fellowship provides faculty with two-course releases per semester and a summer stipend.