Faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity Awards
To support research or creative activities of faculty members at the University of West Florida. Research and creative activities will be broadly interpreted; therefore, a wide range of activities can be supported. Faculty members are encouraged to submit proposals for projects that have the potential to produce externally funded support.
All full-time, non-visiting faculty members are invited to apply.
Awards of up to $2,000 will be granted.
Guidelines and Submission Instruction
|Calendar of Events for Faculty Research and Creative Activity Awards|
|Call for Proposals:
Friday, January 23, 2015
|Submission Deadline for Awards:
Friday, March 6, 2015 at 5:00 PM CST
|SCAC Awards Decision Meeting:
Friday, April 10, 2015
|Helena Allman||Marketing and Economics||How Do Firm Capabilities Influence Foreign Market Entry: The Case of Southeastern Exporters|
|Toby Daly-Engel||Biology||A Fishery-Independent Longline Survey of Shark Abundance, Diversity, and Essential Habitat in the Pensacola Bay Region|
|Philip Darby||Biology||Northwest Florida Winter Waterfowl Survey|
|Jeff Eble||CEDB||Distribution and Abundance of Invasive Lionfish in Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound|
|Ezhil Kalaimannan||Computer Science||Smart Device Forensics- Acquisition, Analysis and Interpretation of Digital Evidences in a Forensically Sound Manner|
|Youngil Lee||Exercise Science & Community Health||Discovery of Exercise-Induced Autophagy Signaling|
|Vanessa Rainey||Psychology||Identification and Specification of Executive Function Deficits in Disparate Socioeconomic Status Levels|
|David Ramsey||Government||The Papers of Roger Brooke Taney|
|Arun Timothy Royappa||Chemistry||An Efficient New Approach to the Synthesis of Copper(I) Carboxylates|
|Jamie Snyder||Criminal Justice||Police Body-Worn Cameras: Officer and Citizen Perceptions|
|Carla Thompson||Research & Advanced Studies||Research Integrity and Community Engaged Research: Grant Proposal to ORI/DHHS for Hosting a Research Integrity Conference at UWF|
|Kellie O’Dare Wilson||Social Work||The Paradox of Obesity in the Food Desert: An Examination of Low Food Access and High Body Mass Index|