CRFS Grant Program
CRFS supports and provides funding for UVU faculty and mentored students to carry out investigations in natural and cultural history, place-based learning, and other scholarly and creative activities that explore the Colorado Plateau and are consistent with the CRFS mission.
CRFS Grant Proposal Guidelines
Instructions: Submit your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org to initiate the review process. The CRFS review committee and executive committee will review the proposal and contact you as soon as possible. Your proposal must be submitted at least one month before you expect to begin your project.
Principal Investigator(s) name, phone and email:
Will this project involve:
Park resources? (Y/N) If yes, attach a permit from Capitol Reef National Park
Human subject research? (Y/N) If yes, attach a permit from UVU IRB
Other work requiring a permit? (Y/N) If yes, what?
Please address each of the following prompts in a separate, labeled subsection.
- Project objectives and/or goals.
- Project methods and activities.
- Project alignment with CRFS mission.
- Broader impacts. (Describe the broader impacts the project will have on students, staff, faculty, visitors, community at large, etc.)
- Project outputs (e.g., curriculum development, publications, presentations, web content, creative output, etc.)
- References cited
In addition to start and completion dates, please describe the measurable, quantifiable benchmarks that will
indicate if objectives are met.
Project Budget: Please provide a detailed budget for your project; include the following:
- Total budget request from CRFS
- Student, staff, or faculty stipends (if any, be sure to include benefits costs in the calculation)
- Travel (mileage, food*, lodging)
- Please indicate any other funding sources for this project
* Note that funding for food is recommended to be $10/person/day
Please provide a short biographical note for the primary investigators that addresses how their qualifications bear on the project.