Faculty Research Grant Summary Report 2012-13

1. Directions

 
Please complete the 10 "required" questions below (there is an optional 11th question) and click "Done" at the bottom of the page to submit.

If you do not click "Done" and get directed to the Faculty Research Grant homepage, your Summary Report was not received.

If you did not answer a question, when you click "Done" the survey will show you what remains to be completed.
Your responses should be written so your Faculty Research Grant Summary Report could be presented without editing to any and all of the following audiences:

- A GRANT OFFICER, so that he/she understands the nature, subject and status of your research in order to find potential external funding opportunities to support your continued work in this and future arenas;

- A COLLEAGUE, so that he/she understands the nature, subject and status of your research from the position of a potential collaborator, whether from within your discipline or from a cross- or inter- disciplinary perspective;

- A FUTURE GRANT APPLICANT, so that he/she can see an example of the successful application for and use of a Faculty Research Grant to guide his/her own application and research;

- A FORDHAM STUDENT, so that he/she understands the level of scholarship and research being conducted by Fordham faculty in addition to classroom instruction;

- FORDHAM ADMINISTRATORS, so that that they can see the value created by Faculty Research Grants, continue to fund this program generously, and can promote your work to the broader University community and beyond.

***These reports are collated and distributed to the appropriate chairs and deans the fall after the fiscal year in which your FRG occurred (i.e., Fall 2013 for all FRGs, although results from Summer FRGs are reviewed by the URC Fall 2012) -- this form is your sole official FRG reporting responsibility and opportunity.***

THANK YOU & WE LOOK FORWARD TO OUR CONTINUED COLLABORATION!
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1. Reporting Grantee & Project (please select):
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2. Member of the Faculty of:
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3. Member of the Department/Discipline of (GSRRE, GSSS, and Law should select "Religion", "Social Service", and "Law" respectively):
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4. BOOKS: Please provide complete bibliographic information for any and all published or forthcoming books as a result of this grant (please indicate if forthcoming, sole or co-authored, sole or co-edited). If no books were published or are forthcoming, please write "none" or "not applicable", as appropriate.
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5. ARTICLES, ETC.: Please provide complete bibliographic information for any and all articles, book-chapters, or other less than book length publications or forthcoming publications as a result of this grant (please indicate if forthcoming). If none were published or are forthcoming, please write "none" or "not applicable", as appropriate.
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6. I have worked or am currently working with the following individual(s) in the Office of Sponsored Programs to find and/or apply for funding/fellowships with regard to this and/or other projects:
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7. EXTERNAL SUPPORT: If you obtained a contract, fellowship, grant, or some other form of external support for THIS project, please provide that information below.

If no external support has yet been obtained, please respond "None", "Application Pending", or "Non-Applicable" as appropriate.
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8. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT: Please provide the name; level of study (e.g., undergraduate sophomore, first year masters candidate, Phd candidate, etc.); and brief description of the experience received by each student who may have participated in your project. If none were engaged, please write "none" or "not applicable", as appropriate.
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9. FUNDING PERIOD ACTIVITY: Please provide a brief summary of your major scholarly activity during the funding period as it relates to the outcomes you listed above, or anticipated future outcomes (200-300 words; maximum of 2,000 characters including spaces).
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10. PLANS POST-FUNDING PERIOD: Please provide a brief synopsis of your funded project's anticipated next stages (e.g., follow-up research, initial or subsequent publication(s), specific grant application(s), etc.), including your hoped for timeline to achieve each of those stages (200-300 words; maximum of 2,000 characters including spaces).
11. If any of your published scholarship is available through Fordham University Libraries' Digital "Research Repository" (DigitalResearch@Fordham) and you would like the recipients of your summary report to know this, please click below.

If you would like information on participating in this repository, please visit http://fordham.bepress.com or contact Michael Considine of Fordham University Libraries at 718.817.3576.
Thank you -- please click "done" to submit your Faculty Research Grant Summary Report.
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