Research

  • Dr. Kevin Anchukaitis Receives a Udall Fellowship

    Dr. Kevin Anchukaitis (Geography and Development) received a Udall Fellowship to expand his research in the western highlands of Guatemala. His new research focuses on the co-production of knowledge linking indigenous land management, forests history, and water resources and ecohydrology in the Maya communities around Totonicapan, Guatemala. (Photo: Anchukaitis)
  • Drs. Kear and Wilder Receive Haury Program Seed Grant

    Congratulations to Drs. Mark Kear and Margaret Wilder (Geography and Development) who have been awarded funding from the Haury Program to work with manufactured housing residents, Habitat for Humanity, and the City of Tucson in order to understand quality of life and build resilience in manufactured housing communities. (Photo: Kear)
  • Diego Martinez Receives the Dr. Maria Teresa Velez Diversity Leadership Scholarship

    Congratulations to Diego Martinez-Lugo (School of Geography and Development and Mexican American Studies) on receiving the Dr. Maria Teresa Velez Diversity Leadership Scholarship. Diego is a first generation Chicano working on issues of environmental justice and race/ethnicity. 
  • Lizzy Bentley Receives American Association of University Women (AAUW) American Fellowship

    RCTE PhD Candidate Lizzy Bentley was awarded a 2018-2019 American Association of University Women (AAUW) American Fellowship in the amount of $20,000. This highly-competitive national fellowship will offset her living expenses as she writes her dissertation, "Speculative Cohabitations: Israel/Palestine." (Image: Jaffa, by Tabitha-Brunnen)
  • Victoria Moses Receives Rome Prize

    Victoria Moses (Anthropology), a former SBSRI Dissertation Research Grant recipient, was awarded the prestigious two year Rome Prize Fellowship to complete her dissertation entitled "The Zooarchaeology of Early Rome: Meat Distribution and Urbanization (8th–6th Centuries BCE)" at the American Academy in Rome. (Photos: Victoria Moses)

SBS's research support staff can help with all aspects of preparation and submission of grant proposals and fellowship applications (see below for specfics). We are already prepared to help with the external agencies that SBS faculty and students typically apply to (e.g., National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Institutes of Health, Fulbrights for faculty and students). If you're interested in a funder whose funding mechanisms are new to us, give us some lead time to study the options. We can meet with individuals or groups, depending on your needs.

We can help SBS faculty, graduate students, and staff ...

  • find research funding
  • evaluate funding opportunities
  • strategize on proposal development, pre-review, and submission
  • navigate the UA's limited submission processes
  • connect to other UA-internal research support units

Use the GET HELP button to contact us about research support.