|SEAd Grant Application Process|
The application process will consist of two phases. The selection committee will review all of the Phase 1 applications and will invite the top three applicants to complete Phase 2.
Phase 1 should include the following and must be submitted to SEAd@seahq.org:
Phase 1 begins January 7, 2018 with a deadline of January 31, 2019. From February 1, 2019 until February 28, 2019 the Selection Committee will review the abstracts and invite the top three abstracts to complete Phase 2. Applicants will be notified of a decision around March 4, 2019.
Phase 2 will include the following and must be submitted to SEAd@seahq.org:
Phase 2 of the application process will occur from approximately March 4, 2019 until April 1, 2019. The recipient of the SEAd Grant is expected to attend the SEA Spring Meeting in Denver, Colorado (April 26, 2019 to April 28, 2019). At this meeting, the recipient will be announced during the awards session on April 27, 2019.
Click here to download a document outlining the requirements.
The SEAd Grant is a $10,000 education research starter grant, open to Faculty members of the Society. The purpose of the grant is to inspire and assist aspiring faculty who have no previous funding to start an educational research project. The grant requires that the recipient be given non-clinical time by their department to complete the project.
Application requirements, instructions, and process.
The following documents must be submitted to SEAd@seahq.org:
The selection committee will be comprised of the following:
One or two members appointed by the Research chair, for their breadth and depth of education research expertise.
The grading and selection committee will consist of 5-6 members. Click here to download a copy of the grading matrix. The committee will read and grade all of the proposals and then discuss the studies and select the winner(s). The scoring tool will be used to standardize the scoring. A written critique with feedback will be provided for all of the applicants.
Reporting and Award Requirements
There must be progress reports 6 months and 1 year after the receipt of the grant:
The 6-month report should be brief (less than 2 pages) and include:
The 1-year report must be provided for the SEA BOD to review one month prior to the spring meeting. The report will include:
The grant will be awarded to the grant recipient’s institution. All expenses funded by the grant are to be paid by the institution. Any unused funds are to be returned to SEA. The SEA and its auditors reserve the right to receive upon request documentation and itemized receipts for the expenses.
Record Keeping by SEA Management
A SEAd Grant web page will be established on the SEA website. This will include a description of the grant, application materials, and a record of past awards and outcomes (further funding, publications, promotion etc.).
Contact one of the SEAd Grant Selection Committee Members.