The Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED) coordinates a number of funding programs for faculty at MSU. Questions concerning these opportunities should be addressed to Dr. Katie Echols at firstname.lastname@example.org or (662) 325-3570.
Advancing Collaborative Research Seed Funding
Consistent with Office of Research goals to spur interdisciplinary research and establish new partnerships within and beyond the institution, the Advancing Collaborative Research Program (ACR) is meant to encourage both internal and external collaboration; enable new teams and/or new lines of research; and advance high-potential, high-impact activities to the next level.
The ACR Program enables such opportunities by supporting research and scholarship that is leading-edge, interdisciplinary, and lays the groundwork for centers of excellence at Mississippi State University.
To learn more about submission requirements and review criteria click on the link Advancing Collaborative Research Seed Funding below. The InfoReady submission link is located at the top of the page.
Faculty Leadership Internship Program
Talent development at all levels is important to the ongoing success of any organization. As part of developing talent and leadership within the MSU research enterprise, ORED offers scores of seminars and workshops throughout the year. The ORED Faculty Leadership Development Program (FLDP) has long been a flagship professional development opportunity helping faculty learn new skills and develop as faculty leaders in research administration.
As a follow-on to the FLDP, ORED is pleased to announce the second round of the ORED Faculty Leadership Internship Program (FLIP) which was piloted in Fall 2022. This is a two-semester program providing faculty an in-depth, first-hand experience that broadens and deepens understanding of the university research enterprise.
To learn more about submission requirements and review criteria click on the link Faculty Leadership Internship Program below. The InfoReady submission link is located at the top of the page.
Applications are not being accepted at this time.
Undergraduate Research Program
The ORED Undergraduate Research Program is intended to foster innovative, faculty-directed research opportunities for undergraduate students. This program is distinct from and complementary to other undergraduate research programs at MSU. A wide range of projects will be considered as long as the budget explicitly supports undergraduate research. The ideal project will engage one or more undergraduate student(s) in meaningful scholarly activity and may produce results that can be incorporated into a publication or presentation or serve as preliminary results for a proposal submission. Applications for undergrad research projects are due in the spring of each year.
Proposals for the 2023-2024 Undergraduate Research Program will be due by April 14th.
To learn more about submission requirements and review criteria click on the link Undergraduate Research Program below. Questions concerning the Undergraduate Research Program should be addressed to: email@example.com
ORED Support for Writing for The Conversation
Publishing your work in The Conversation communicates MSU’s scholarly activities to wider audiences and increases the public’s understanding about the types of work being done at MSU. In order to recognize the importance of sharing research with a wide variety of audiences ORED will provide a $500 incentive for any MSU faculty member whose work is successfully published in The Conversation.
To learn more about submission requirements and review criteria click on the link The Conversation below.