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Limited Submission Opportunities

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A Limited Submission Opportunity (LSO) is an extramural funding opportunity that limits the number applications submitted per institution. Researchers interested in submitting to a specific LSO must first apply to an internal competition and be selected for full proposal submission to the opportunity's sponsor.

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Community Based Research - Project Implementation Grant Pilot Program

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The Community-Based Research (CBR) Grants Program at the University of Utah seeks to support research partnerships between academic researchers and community-based partners that inquire into and address real-world issues through an approach rooted in equity and inclusion. The University of Utah recognizes the value of CBR as a method for enriching our understanding of the world while also increasing social impact by advancing scientific knowledge within contextualized practice, guiding community and economic development, impacting policy, fostering learning, supporting organizing and movement building, and enhancing trust between academic institutions and communities harmed by past research.

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Limited Submission Opportunities (LSO) from DOE Office of Science

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The DOE’s Office of Science recently published several new funding opportunities with limited submission requirements. Researchers interested in submitting to a specific Limited Submission Opportunity (LSO) must first apply to an internal competition and be selected for full proposal submission to the opportunity's sponsor. Internal competitions help verify the eligibility of an applicant and ensure that another application has not already been selected to submit to a specific limited submission opportunity.

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2021-2022 Distinguished Research Award Recipients

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The Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) is delighted to announce the 2021-2022 recipients of the Distinguished Research Award (DRA). The DRA is designed to shine a spotlight on the outstanding achievements of University of Utah research faculty. Nominees are evaluated on the impact and significance of their career research, scholarly & creative work in their field, transformative achievements or innovations, and their history of broadening or enhancing equity, diversity, and inclusivity in their discipline, department, and/or research.

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Last Updated: 4/5/22