CSDE seed grants provide CSDE affiliates with early support for new research initiatives. Seed grants:
- must lay the groundwork for subsequent extramural grant applications, and the application must provide a clear explanation of how this is the case.
- will ideally also contribute towards research products such as articles, conference papers, conferences, book manuscripts, or other scientific products.
Seed grants can support pilot research and/or working groups or other collaborations. Requests for seed grand funds may include in-kind services and money for activities that will strengthen your grant application or research product(s).
The CSDE seed grants program is supported by a Population Research Infrastructure grant from NICHD’s Population Dynamics Branch and the UW College of Arts and Sciences.