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UCLA PRRP Grants Application Procedures, 2004-2005

UCLA PRRP Grants Application Procedures, 2004-2005

Proposals must be received by the UCLA Asia Institute by 5 p.m., Tuesday, December 23, 2003.

ELIGIBILITY
In accordance with UCLA Contract and Grant Policy, faculty and staff who are eligible to be Principal Investigators can apply for the Pacific Rim Research grants. Graduate students may apply if faculty members agree to serve as Principal Investigators of record.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
The review process has two stages. The first is a UCLA review. Those passing the UCLA review are then considered at by the UC systemwide committee.

The Asia Institute is the Chancellor's designated representative to evaluate proposals for UCLA researchers. Six (6) copies of completed proposals should be submitted to the Institute by 5 p.m. Tuesday, December 23, 2003. Late applications will not be accepted.

Copies of the application can be downloaded from the UC President's Office at: http://www.ucop.edu/research/pacrim/prcall03.html

or a paper copy will be mailed on request to the Asia Institute (email: asia@international.ucla.edu).

REVIEW PROCEDURES AT UCLA
The Asia Institute's Pacific Rim Research Review Committee will evaluate proposals by the middle of January. Each campus can submit up to 12 proposals for Systemwide review.

The Asia Institute will contact Principal Investigators whose proposals are selected for submission to Systemwide. The review committee may recommend that the Principal Investigator revise the proposal to better meet the Systemwide criteria for awards.

Nominees have until Friday, February 6, 2004 to provide the Asia Institute with 18 complete paper copies and two disk copies of their proposals.

Institute staff will prepare all UCLA proposals for submission to the Systemwide Executive Committee to meet the Systemwide deadline of February 12, 2004.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For further information on preparing a proposal and the application process please refer to the detailed instructions in the Call for Proposals and Guidelines. You may also contact Clayton Dube, Assistant Director of the Asia Institute, at (310) 825-0007 or by email at asia@international.ucla.edu.

Submit proposals to:

The Asia Institute
UCLA International
11288 Bunche Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1487
Campus mailcode: 148703

Asia Institute