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BOR FUNDING AVAILABLE
"Requests for Proposals for the FY 2020-21 Board of Regents Support Fund (BoRSF) competitive cycle are now available at https://web.laregents.org and the annual memo containing additional information is attached. Please notify anyone on your campus who might be interested in submitting a proposal.
Note that the memo addresses changes to the regional meetings with program managers due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the uncertainty of business travel for state employees. Regional meetings will be conducted via Zoom in 2020, but will continue to include opportunities for potential applicants to receive a general overview of the BoRSF and meet one-on-one with program managers. Additional information will be provided in early August.
Thanks very much for your help in making Louisiana’s postsecondary education community aware of the competitive opportunities available through the BoRSF. We look forward to working with your faculty and staff in the coming year."
September Dates (see below): One-on-One Sessions with Program Managers
(Registration information coming by September 3 via email to campuses and BoR website)
Individual 15-minute Q&A sessions with program managers. Anyone is eligible to register for a time, though participants should read the appropriate request for proposals and identify questions prior to the session, to ensure that the brief meeting time is sufficient to collect needed information.
- RCS, ITRS, and PoC/P (Program Manager Zenovia Simmons): September 15, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
- Departmental Enhancement (Program Manager Bryan Jones): September 9 and 16, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
- ATLAS, SREB Student Support, and All Endowment Programs (Program Manager Carrie Robison): September 14, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
The Center for Faculty Innovation is pleased to offer the following grants, awards, and fellowships.
Marquette Faculty Fellowships provides funding for faculty members to devote time during the summer to research projects. These highly competitive fellowships are awarded annually by a selection committee of faculty peers. The RFP for the Marquette Fellowship will be announced in October, 2019.
The objective of this award is to recognize an outstanding member of the faculty of Loyola University New Orleans who through demonstrated ability is able to impart the knowledge and wisdom of the liberal arts and sciences or the professions to students in a manner consistent with the distinctive philosophy of Loyola as a Jesuit institution of higher education.