The Research Council is holding two Q&A Sessions about its grants. The sessions are informal. We will answer your questions and offer some tips for writing applications.
Register for one of the following sessions:
Both sessions are held in the Library Rare Book Room on the second floor of the Library.
The Research Council was established in 1969 to encourage, facilitate, and disseminate faculty research at Niagara University. This is accomplished primarily through funding of faculty research projects.
Members of the Council consist of faculty appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs. There are five voting members, representing different academic disciplines, plus a secretary.