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A Message from Associate Dean Robert Crosnoe

College of Liberal Arts

Associate Dean Robert Crosnoe

High-quality research and scholarship on important issues are central to the mission of the College of Liberal Arts and its service to Texas, the U.S., and the world at large.  From humanistic studies of ancient cultures to population studies of timely policy issues, the research and scholarship of our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates garners major awards, attracts millions of dollars in external funding, influences court cases and social policies, and changes how people think about themselves and the world around them, past, present, and future.  The Office of Research and Graduate Studies offers concrete scaffolding to COLA faculty and students as they seek to develop ambitious programs of research and scholarship, successfully complete projects in impactful ways, and translate the knowledge gained from these projects into public use.  This scaffolding includes but is not limited to providing support for the pursuit of external funding and the administration of external awards, managing a range of internal fellowship mechanisms, identifying and developing opportunities for research and scholarship, and acting as a liaison to the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Office of Sponsored Projects.

No matter the field, subject matter, or approach, the Office of Research and Graduate Studies is here to help COLA faculty and students fully realize their research and career goals.

 

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Support for External Grants and Fellowships

Liberal Arts Research Support Office

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Internal Fellowships for Faculty

Humanities Research Award
           
COLA Subvention Awards

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Support and Guidance for Research Awards and Activities

Office of the Vice President for Research

VPR Subvention

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Humanities Research Award

The Humanities Research Award was established in 2009 by the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts to support faculty in their efforts to bring an in-progress research project in the humanities to completion.

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Engaged Scholar Initiative

The ESI project aspires to amplify the educational resources available to the Ph.D. and undergraduate fellows beyond the parameters of their traditional research disciplines, in order to increase the benefits to the scholars and the communities in which they work and live.

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Internal Fellowships for Faculty

Littlefield & Ransom Awards [TBA]

Research Travel

Professional Faculty Travel Award [TBA]
Student Travel Fund [TBA]

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Formal Opportunities for Studies
Psychology Department (TBA)
Population Research Center (TBA)