There is an increasing need to protect your research and development against foreign government interference and misappropriation, while maintaining an open environment to foster research discoveries and innovation that benefit our community and the world.
At Georgia Tech, core facilities provide specialized services and equipment to users on campus, within the state of Georgia, and beyond. This empowers GT researchers, other academic institutions, and companies to share and access cutting-edge resources critical to their work.
The Forming Teams and Moving Teams Forward seed grant program is a biannual (spring and fall) internal funding opportunity designed to support the formation and advancement of cross-disciplinary research teams. Announced by the Office of the Vice President for Research Development and Operations in April 2021, the program was created in response to shifting trends in national research and funding priorities, which have shown an increased focus on supporting large-scale, team-based research projects.
At Georgia Tech, we use the phrase “tuition waiver” for multiple scenarios. Sometimes, we refer to a tuition waiver for the student, which means that the student is not paying his or her own tuition; rather, it is covered by other sources. When this happens, it is actually “tuition remission.” At other times, we use the phrase “tuition waiver” to indicate that Tech will never receive tuition for the student, from any source, and will have to find the funds to cover those costs internally.
Securing institutional support prior to submitting a large center proposal is important to ensure that you will be able to successfully operate the center when you receive the award. In addition, describing institutional support within your center proposal is often essential to convince reviewers that you can do the work.