Scaling Grants support the detailed project planning, gathering of proof-of-concept results, and reduction of technical risk so that teams can competitively pursue large, complex extramural funding.
- Elizabeth Miller: Promoting Trustworthiness of the SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Among Black and Latinx Communities
Esohe Osai: Improving Educational Opportunities for Black Youth in Pittsburgh: A Justice-Centered Intervention
Teaming Grants support the early-stage planning and capacity building of large multidisciplinary projects.
- Kevin Ashley: Center for Text Analytic Methods in Legal Studies
- Richard Boyce: Reducing Language Obstacles that Deaf Students Face When Developing Scientific Competencies
- Lori Delale-O’Connor: Freedom Dreaming: Black Communal and Familial Educational Practices in Pittsburgh’s Hill District Before, During and After COVID-19
- Emily Elliott: Transcending Disciplines to Advance Regional Water Equity
- Brandon Grainger: Advanced Magnetics for Power and Energy Development – A Multidisciplinary Consortium between the Pitt, CMU, NCSU
- Jamie Hanson: Understanding the Role of the Brain in Race/Ethnicity Based Stressors and Behavioral Challenges Among Youth of Color
- Hang Lin: Discovering Drugs to Treat Osteoarthritis with a Knee Joint-on-a-Chip Model
- Maya Ragavan: Developing a Latinx Youth Research Advisory Board to Address and Dismantle Structural Inequities in Emerging Latinx Communities
Seeding Grants (now Priming)
Seeding Grants, which provide up to $25,000 per year, support significant and innovative scholarship by individual or small groups of faculty at all ranks at the University of Pittsburgh. In constructing each year’s portfolio of awards, attention is given to supporting early career faculty and areas where opportunities for extramural funding are extremely limited. Proposals are reviewed in four tracks: Creative Arts, Performing Arts and Humanities; Engineering, Technology, Natural Sciences, and Mathematical Sciences; Health and Life Sciences; and Social Sciences, which includes business, policy, law, education, and social work.
Anti-Racism Action Development Among Latinx Youth
Josefina Bañales, Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences
Betty Braxter, School of Nursing
Lei Fang, Swanson School of Engineering
Morgan Frank, School of Computing and Information
Sarah Hainer, Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences
Sera Linardi, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
Mary Elizabeth Rauktis, School of Social Work
Multimedia Archival Work in Paris: The Reception of LGBTQ French Cinema
Rachel Robertson, School of Education