The EAR Program seeks to support key areas of research and creative activity strength on the IU Bloomington campus that are emerging, novel, current, in need of support, and are not necessarily as multidisciplinary as Grand Challenge initiatives. The research that is emerging or under development will capitalize on existing strengths on campus; have the potential for enhancing the volume, quality, impact, and reputation of research at IU Bloomington; and lead to federal, corporate, or private funding.
|Deadline||Award Amount||Online Application||Past Awards||Contact|
|September 9, 2016||Awards of up to $3 million in cash per initiative, in addition to 1-3 faculty lines||
Alicia Adelmanearprogram[at]indiana [dot] edu
Rick Van Kooten, Vice Provost for Research
IU Bloomington’s investments in Emerging Areas of Research Funding Program are intended to significantly enhance the volume, quality, impact and reputation of research at IU Bloomington, and serve the following critical goals for the proposed area of research:
Eligible as PIs (IU Bloomington only)
Proposals including participation by women and members of underrepresented groups as PIs and team members are especially encouraged. There is no limit on the number of proposals on which faculty and research scientists may participate.