Full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty, clinical faculty, research faculty, academic professional faculty, and EHRA non-faculty researchers are all eligible for ORE-sponsored Internal Research Awards.


Funding period: March 2024 – August 2025
Submission period opens: September 15, 2023
Application deadline: October 13, 2023, at 5:00 pm

The Community-Engaged Pathways and Partnerships (P2) Fellows program supports and advances community-engaged scholarship among UNCG scholars and community partners. The program provides funding and professional development opportunities to teams who are working in a context of reciprocity and mutual benefit to advance knowledge about and accelerate activities to address community-identified priorities.

Deadline September 27, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.

The goals of the ORE Faculty Fellows Program (FFP) are to expand the fellow’s familiarity with ORE roles, structure, strategic and operational priorities, programs, initiatives, and activities; enhance the ORE administrative infrastructure, and develop the fellow’s research administration leadership capabilities.

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Check back in January 2025 for additional information about future ORE Faculty Fellowship Program opportunities.

Full-time UNCG faculty in professional and tenured appointments at the Associate and Full Professor ranks are eligible to apply and serve as the ORE Faculty Fellow. Faculty applicants must have approval from their Chair/Head and Dean to apply to and participate in, the program. The fellowship is one year, starting June 1, annually, with an option to renew for a second and final year by mutual agreement with the Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement. The ORE FFP is designed to be incorporated with a faculty member’s established workload with the following support:

  • ORE will provide the unit/department with support for a one-course release per semester;
  • Summer salary (up to 1 month) for the Faculty Fellow may also be available. The awarding of summer salary will depend on the scope of work and activities the Fellow is engaged in.

Competitive applicants will be invited to participate in an interview with the Vice Chancellor, Associate Vice Chancellor, and current Faculty Fellows.

For additional information about the program please contact Dr. Sherine Obare (soobare@uncg.edu).