The Kathrine K. White Faculty Incentive Grant
In appreciation and recognition of Emporia State University faculty efforts, the Emporia State Foundation manages the Kathrine K. White Faculty Incentive Grant Program, established in 2008.
Average Grant Range: $500-$2,500 (Maximum Request: $2,500)
- Jennifer Denton, Foundation Vice-President for Stewardship and Administration (chair)
- Sonja Ezell, Faculty Representative
- Andrew Houchins, Faculty Senate President
- Harry Stephens, Foundation Trustee
- Sarah Tidwell, Faculty Senate Designee
- Tim Wright, Foundation Trustee
- Debra Wynn, Foundation Trustee
Awards made to date
From the pool of applications, the Committee determines the grant size.
- 2008 - 2014 = $87,960
- Fall 2015 = $7,100
- Total To-Date = $95,060
Grant applications are due Friday, November 18, 2016.
Grant requests may be for any type of project or program with a focus on teaching, faculty development or research. Examples include, but are not limited to: equipment, research needs, assistance with publications, special events, special program funds, and direct student impact (e.g. conference fees)
Grant recipients can reapply the next round if their grant is not funded.
Funding does not go directly to the faculty recipient and it is not considered part of salary or stipend. Deposits are to be made into the recipient’s department’s operating budget.
There are no administrative fees deducted from the grants.
For specific criteria refer to the application form.
Avoid using jargon in proposals.
If the grant is for needed equipment, the equipment purchased with the grant money belongs to the department, not the faculty member.
Grant requests for projects having a direct student impact (i.e. registration fees for students attending conferences, etc.) are encouraged.
If a grant is received, a one page follow-up report is required, describing the outcome of the use of the funds.
Application may be accessed here. The PDF may be downloaded from the computer, then printed, completed, and signed by the appropriate persons.