The Center coordinates internal grants with the Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs. Grants are available to faculty members for research projects, professional development associated with their teaching, and funds to bring guest lecturers to the university.
Faculty Research Grant Guidelines and Application Forms
Applicants can apply for both the faculty research and the faculty development grant.
Faculty Development Grant Guidelines and Application Forms
Applicants can apply for both the faculty development and the faculty research grant.
Marquette Faculty Fellowships Guidelines and Application Forms
Prior recipients of the Marquette Faculty Fellowship are eligible to apply for new awards three full years following the completion of the previous fellowships.
Marquette Fellows Program provides funding for faculty members to devote an entire summer to research projects. These highly competitive fellowships are awarded annually by a selection committee of faculty peers.
Dr. Christian Bolden, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
"Easy Street: Examining Gangs in New Orleans"
Professor Tony Dagradi, Professor of Saxophone
"Oneness" A recording of original compositions.
Dr. Nathan Henne, Associate Professor of Languages and Cultures
"Seeing Oneself Big: Arrogance or Authority in Indigenous Poetics?
Dr. Leonard Kahn, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
"Reducing the Horrors of War: A New Approach to Just War Theory"
Dr. Felipe Massa, Assistant Professor of Management
"Shakeup Through Coopetition: The Role of Emergent Food Truck Networks in the Disruption of New Orleans Food Services"
Dr. Mark Yakich, Professor of English
"Poetry: A Guide for the Perplexed"
The Center also coordinate grants for the Biever Guest Lecture Series.