Small Grants for Faculty Research

Each year, faculty from a wide range of disciplines apply for funding through Minot State University’s Small Grants program. 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.

Small Grant Awards for 2019-2020 - $22,680

  • Heidi Super: "Teaching Old Cancer Drugs New Tricks: Using Epigenetic Modifying Compounds to Sensitize Leukemia Cells to Respond to a Derivative of Vitamin A" funded for $3000
  • John McCollum: "Extraction, Class, and Consciousness: An Examination of Unionization in North Dakota's Bakken Oil Shale Region" funded for $1488
  • Jynette Larshus: "Tensions of Transformation in Snowboarding Culture: From Lifestyle Sporting Activity to Legitimate Occupation" funded for $3000
  • Wenjing Zheng and Holly Pedersen: "The Effects of Swivl Robotic Technology and Guided Video Analysis on Teacher Candidates' Reflective Ability and Instructional Skills"  funded for $977
  • Bishnu Sedai: ''Spectral Shift Function and Trace Formula" funded for $1960
  • Ryan Stander: "Photographic Printmaking Exploration" funded for $3000
  • Rebecca Daigneault: "Positive Partnering Program: An Effort to Reduce High School Truancy and Dropout Rates for Turtle Mountain Community High School" funded for $1000
  • Mary Huston and Sarah Boyle: "Enhancing Student Learning through 3D Printed Anatomical Models" funded for $2255.
  • Naomi Winburn: "X-Ray Diffraction of Materials" funded for $3000

2021-2022 Small Grants for Faculty Research Call for Proposals DEADLINE March 26,2021

2021-2022 Application for Small Grants for Faculty Research DEADLINE March 26, 2021

Small Grants Budget Template
Small Grants Blank Grant Evaluation Sheet

Previous Small Grant Awards

POSTPONED - 2020 Annual Research Poster Session – Call for posters and abstracts

Research Poster Session Abstract Books