The NCID Pop-Up Research and Scholarship Grants (Pop-Up Grants) provide opportunities for scholars to actively engage in diversity research and scholarship around emerging or re-emerging social issues and disseminate findings quickly to the public.
Pop-Up Grant requests for proposals (RFPs) are released throughout the year. Some RFPs will focus on addressing specific themes or topics. To be the first to hear about the next Pop-Up Grant, follow the NCID @UmichNCID or on Facebook. Applications will be open for up to four weeks following the announcement.
All tenured, tenure-track, clinical and research faculty (including lecturers), research staff, and postdoctoral fellows at the University of Michigan (U-M) and across the nation are eligible for this opportunity. Priority is given to members of the Diversity Scholars Network and those who include a collaborator from U-M. Scholars may apply for up to $2,000 in funding for a 6-month grant period.