Postdoctoral Seed Program
Postdoctoral fellows are important members of the Kent State University research community. Our goal is to create a thriving postdoctoral culture to strengthen our areas of research expertise. The internal Postdoctoral Seed Program provides financial support for active research programs in order to hire postdoctoral fellows to assist and accelerate current research. Proposals are submitted by both individual research investigators and groups of investigators.
Fall 2014 AwardeesTwelve proposals were awarded grants in the 2014 Kent State Postdoctoral Seed Grant competition. In all, 31 proposals was received from six colleges and involving 69 principal investigators. All proposals received a full review; five reviewers, including four who won previous competitions, evaluated the proposals.
See the full list of 2014 award winners.
Fall 2013 Awardees
Nine postdoctoral proposals were selected for awards in the 2013 Kent State Postdoctoral Seed Grant competition, the second year of the program. Proposals were submitted in October 2013 and the seed grants were awarded in December. The deadline for 2014 proposals will be in summer 2014.
The list of researcher and research groups who received 2013 awards is available here.2013 Postdoctoral Award Recipients
Review and Award Procedure
Fall 2012 Awardees
The Division of Research and Sponsored Programs congratulates the recipients of the inaugural internal Postdoctoral Seed Program. Over 60 proposals were received.
In this initial round, 12 proposals were selected, which resulted in awards for the support of 14 postdoctoral associates for one year. In addition, each of these awards was augmented by the investigators' departments and/or colleges to provide a total of two years of support. More »