CSDP RESEARCH SUPPORT INITIATIVES
FOR CSDP-AFFILIATED FACULTY AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
CSDP Faculty Affiliates:
CSDP Research Workshops
Call for proposals
Please send your brief proposals to Michele Epstein firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSDP Conferences and Mini-Conferences
Call for Proposals
CSDP invites affiliated faculty and visiting scholars to organize Conferences and small focused Mini-Conferences on topics related to democratic politics, broadly conceived. The rationale for Conferences and Mini-Conferences is to promote a vibrant and innovative research community at Princeton by supporting an interchange of ideas between Princeton faculty and scholars based elsewhere.
- A short description of the topic and proposed activities
- A list of faculty and student participants from Princeton University and a list of outside invitees and alternates
- A commitment by at least three Princeton faculty members or CSDP Visiting Scholars to organize and attend the entire conference
- A proposed conference date (or dates) that fits the schedules of the workshop’s core audience
We are happy to work with you on putting together a compelling conference proposal.
CSDP Graduate Student Research Grants
Successful applicants will be required to submit to CSDP a brief (no more than one page) statement at the conclusion of the related work, confirming how the grant funds were spent, and summarizing the research methodology and key findings.
The application form will ask you to provide the name of your committee chair or primary adviser, so that CSDP can solicit a note from him/her that indicates his/her confidence in the scientific rigor and value of the proposed research project.
Applications must include:
IV. Plan for IRB approval. For proposals involving human subjects, approval by the university’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) is required before CSDP will transfer monies or reimburse costs.
Eligible CSDP-affiliated students can access the online application here and should submit their applications online by April 30, 2016 for the spring 2016 round of funding.