- Does the proposal provide a compelling argument for the scholarship proposed and/or creative activity?
- Does the proposed project represent a significant contribution to the field of study?
- Is there a probability of publication, an exhibit, performance, or other public dissemination?
- Does the proposal provide a clear statement of overall project objectives?
- Is the proposed methodology appropriate and realistic?
- Does the proposal provide a sound justification with clear and specific budget information?
- What is the likelihood the project, timeline, and budget will be accomplished?
- Will the project lead to further scholarly or creative activities?
- Does the project help build scholarly networks and/or academic reputation for the individual and/or the university?
The committee will make comments/suggestions in the spirit of helpfulness as a way to provide constructive feedback. These comments will be viewable on the “internal commit” form of the proposal once the decisions are final.
- A final report is required within ninety (90) days of the grant completion date.