Young Investigator Programs

Young Investigator Programs are for junior faculty who are untenured Assistant Professors. Resources available include CAREER/YIP workshops and seminars, proposal assistance, writing resources and junior faculty targeted funding opportunities.

Funding Opportunities

The information below will help you locate funding opportunities:

Junior Faculty Targeted Funding Opportunities - funding opportunities for junior faculty in Engineering (spreadsheet)

Young Investigator Awards - early career and young investigator awards (general list - spreadsheet)

Engineering Research Digest - PDFs of weekly newsletter which includes funding opportunities, junior faculty information, webinars, and workshop announcements

Proposal Assistance

TEES is committed to assisting our faculty in developing their grantsmanship to produce the best, most competitive proposal submissions to a variety of funding agencies. Assistance varies from phone calls and face-to-face meetings to fully participating on development of a proposal and covers items such as strategic planning, facilitating partnerships for education or research links, assisting with broader impacts, critical edits and reviews and one-on-one workdays to springboard your proposal.

Resources - writing tips, proposal development resources, and facilities information

NSF CAREER Resources - includes broader impacts and education plan resources


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