Seed Grant applications for 2021-2022 are now closed.
A limited number of student travel awards will be available throughout the fiscal year, with deadlines for application set for July 1st, November 1st, and February 1. Apply Now
“GSU intends for the Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence to become an internationally recognized leader of transdisciplinary scholarship on interpersonal violence.”
The Center aims to support research that has high potential to make a significant scientific or community impact.
Serve as a catalyst for developing research projects that may ultimately qualify for external grant funding.
Immerse yourself in a world-renowned academic and research community.
The Center will support travel awards of up to $500 per fiscal year to students and postdocs who are the first author of a professional conference presentation that is consistent with the aims of the Center.
All travel authorizations must be submitted by May 15, 2022 and all travel completed by June 30, 2022.
The purpose of the Center’s Student Thesis/Dissertation Award is to support thesis or dissertation research that is consistent with the aims of the Center. Only graduate student affiliates of the Center are eligible to apply.
Awards are limited to $5,000 and must fund expenses associated with conducting the thesis or dissertation work.
This mechanism provides resources to support research teams who seek to develop, write, and submit collaborative proposals that seek funding for student training (e.g., an institutional training grant), research centers, or similar large scale, sustainable outcomes. The funds can be used for travel, space, food, technology, or any other resources that justifiably facilitate the submission of the proposal. At least two center faculty must play a central role in the proposed project.
The Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence is a research Center that focuses on perpetrators and/or victims and addresses the causes, effects, treatment, and prevention of all types of violence, including (but not limited to) domestic violence, child sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault, physical child abuse, and violent crime.