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General Research Fund (GRF) Competition

Award Name: 
General Research Fund (GRF) Competition
Award Description: 
The General Research Fund (GRF) is a competitive award program that provides funding for the advancement of the university's research program. The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research provides funds to each school or college and assists in the administration of these funds. The vice chancellor for research has delegated to each entity the responsibility for awarding the funds. Each entity determines proposal criteria and has its own review committee, guidelines, application forms, application process and submission deadline. The Faculty Senate Research Committee is responsible for reviewing reports submitted by each school or college outlining the progress each entity has made in meeting its research goals. The allocation of funds to all entities for the following three-year period will be determined by this review.
Award Unit: 
KU Units
Award Eligibility: 
University-wide
Award Owner: 
Office of Research
Award Rank: 
Open
Award Call: 
Fall
Award Application Deadline: 
Spring
Award Summary: 
Funding for research program.
Award Application Process: 
Yes
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