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Maxwell Dean's Office

Appleby-Mosher Fund for Faculty Research


Launched in 2014, the Tenth Decade Project is a ten-year initiative that aims to focus attention on and celebrate the centennial of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in 2024. Grant funding associated with the Tenth Decade Project operationalizes a defined goal of the Maxwell Academic Strategic Plan to “promote research involving faculty on innovative, high impact projects, applying social science methods and data analysis to address grand, global challenges such as democracy and civic engagement, inequality, urban poverty and development, governance and security, environmental change, and health policy.” Call for Proposals

Maxwell Research Centers and Institutes 

Andrew Berlin Family National Security Research Fund


The mission of the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) is to advance research on conflict and collaboration, including theory, practice, and education.  PARCC grants research awards to support research activities in PARCC's areas of focus: International and Interstate Conflicts, Environmental Collaboration, Collaborative Governance, and Advocacy and Activism. The awards selection is based on potential contribution to scholarship, possibility of future funding, consistency with the goals of PARCC, and cost-effectiveness.  Funds are used for such activities as data acquisition, survey design, the hosting of research conferences at Maxwell, and research assistance. Faculty who are awarded a mini-grant then present their research at one of PARCC's weekly Conversations in Conflict Studies speaker series. 

Other Syracuse Research Centers

Humanities Center Maxwell Faculty Fellowship


The Lender Faculty Fellowships supports Syracuse University full-time faculty, either tenure or non-tenure track, as they complete a two-year research or engagement project. Working with a team of student fellows, the faculty fellow will work to critically and creatively explore contemporary issues and develop and implement innovative initiatives to address these problems. The faculty fellow will receive research support for both years of the project, a summer stipend, additional research and financial support to support the development and execution of their project, and opportunities to publicize the project’s results.  

Office of Research 

University-wide internal funding competitions include both Internal Grant Programs and externally funded Limited Submissions.