The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Boise State invites full-time research faculty to apply for grants of up to $7,500 to support research, projects or scholarly work.
The institute has extended the deadline to Friday, March 17 and will announce award recipients on April 15. To submit a proposal, visit this link: Osher Faculty Grant
The Osher Faculty Grant is supported by the generosity of the Osher Institute members for the benefit of Boise State faculty. Funding is intended to defray expenses related to the proposed project; it is not a faculty stipend. The Osher Faculty Grant has awarded more than $174,856 since it was established in 2011.
Recipients of the 2022 Osher Faculty Grant include Daniel Fologea, Department of Physics, Linda Reynard, Department of Geosciences, Juliette Tinker and Henry Charlier, Department of Biological Sciences. Grant recipients are invited to present findings of their research to the Osher audiences once the project is complete.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a membership-based lifelong learning program designed for intellectually curious adults age 50 and older. The Osher Institute is part of the Division of Extended Studies and hosts presenters that include university faculty, industry experts, authors, and esteemed speakers from around the country on a wide variety of topics. Programs are provided in-person and livestreamed to Osher members everywhere.
For more information, email Dana Thorp-Patterson, director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, at firstname.lastname@example.org.