University Committee on Research and Creative Activity.
The purpose of the University Committee on Research and Creative Activity (UCRCA) is to expand the capacity for research and creative activity at UNO. The UCRCA makes funding recommendations to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research and Creative Activity in as fair and as transparent a way as possible and supports all areas, types and disciplines of research and creative activity by pre- and post- tenured faculty and graduate and undergraduate students at UNO. The Committee is interdisciplinary—members represent each of the colleges and various departments across the campus—and are recommended for appointment by the Faculty Senate to serve three-year terms. Funding for UCRCA comes from Facilities and Administrative Costs resulting from external grant and contract funding.
The University Committee on Research and Creative Activity (UCRCA) is no longer accepting faculty (full and mini-grant) proposals for FY 2014.
Student proposals are due the first working day of each month (October - April) by 11:59pm (CDT).
If dates fall on a weekend or holiday, the proposals are due the following workday at 11:59pm (CDT).
Click here for a presentation by Dr. Angela Eikenberry, 2011 UCRCA Chair, with an overview of the UCRCA and guidance to faculty in the development of their UCRCA proposals
Samples of Previously Funded Faculty Proposals:
Griff Elder, Mathematics
Lorine Hughes, Criminology and Criminal Justice
Kristin Girten, English
James Hagen, Chemistry (Abstract only)*
Guoquing Lu, Biology (Abstract only)*
Additional proposals are available for viewing in the Sponsored Programs Office. Appointments are recommend. Contact Us for more information.
*Full proposals available in office.