The GEAR program is designed to increase and diversify research funding at the University of Houston (UH). Funds for this program are derived from the indirect costs (IDC) of funded research awards. The GEAR program seeks bold new ideas, showing clear evidence of high likelihood of securing extramural grant funding in the short term and viability as a research program in the long-term. Only proposals that meet this purpose will be considered and reviewed.
The GEAR program is not a supplement to currently funded research projects or to new faculty startup funds. Faculty members with current funding who are developing new areas of research are encouraged to apply provided they can demonstrate a clear distinction between the proposed research and their currently funded research lines. A total of $250,000 is available for the GEAR program.
Pre-proposals are due to colleges on Monday, November 7, 2022 before 5 p.m. (CST)
Full proposals are due to the DOR by Monday, January 30, 2023 before 5 p.m. (CST)
No proposals will be accepted after the deadline.
The FY23 GEAR Allocations
|College of Medicine||1|
|College of Nursing||1|
|College of the Arts||1|
|Gerald D Hines Arch & Designs||1|
|Grad College of Scoial Work||2|
|Hotel & Restaurant Management||1|
|Liberal Arts & Social Sciences||3|
|Natural Sciences & Mathematics||6|