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Small Grants for Faculty Research & Creative Projects

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Each year, faculty from a wide range of disciplines apply for funding through Minot State University’s Small Grants for Faculty Research & Creative Projects (SGFRCP) program. The title of this grant program has been updated to include and encourage both research and creative project proposals. Each grant application is reviewed by members of the MSU Faculty Research Committee. Committee members use a scoring rubric to rank the applications and use these rankings in making final funding decisions.

2024-2025 Small Grant for Faculty Research Awards

Faculty Member(s) Title Amount funded
Chen, Yung-Ju (Ruth)   Comparison of effects of two community-based short-term movement programs on toddlers’ motor development  $2,994
Craven, Penny  Executive Functioning in Traditional and Nontraditional College Students  $2,936
Higginson, Kelsey; Chen, Yung-Ju (Ruth)  The Effects of Archery and Yoga on College Students’ Perceived Stress  $3,000
Horner, Dylan  Bridging the Gap: Testing an Existential Psychological Approach for Understanding and Supporting Transgender People’s Mental Health  $3,000
Marschner, Beth  Effects of Gait Training Using AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill on Participants with Lower Extremity Osteoarthritis  $3,000
Powers, Elyzia  The MSU Student Retention Project  $2,957
St. Peter, Krystal   Effects of ADHD Characteristics on Metamemory in College Students  $2,936
Valentine, Ethan P.; Engel, Alexander; & Van Vickler, Sara   Digital Dugouts, Physical Fields: Learning Sport Psychology Techniques with Virtual Reality  $2,957
TOTAL  $23,780

Previous Small Grant Awards

Small Grants for Faculty Research & Creative Projects

Deadline for Proposal Submission: Deadline extended to Monday, April 8 by 11:59 pm.

Annual Research Poster Session 

Event Details: Thursday, April 18, 2024, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm in the Gordon B. Olson Library

Deadline for Poster Session Abstract Submission: Monday, March 18, 2024

Research Poster Session Book of Abstracts