Resource Allocation Program (RAP)
The Resource Allocation Program (RAP) is a campus-wide program that acts as a one-stop shop for several intramural funding mechanisms. The RAP manages the dissemination, submission, review, and award for these opportunities, while enabling the funding agencies to maintain full oversight of their funding mechanisms and awardees. This program makes the application process for intramural research funding more efficient, increases accessibility to funding for a broad range of applicants, and minimizes the redundancy of the application and review process among different funding agencies. - See more at:
Emanuela Volpe
Twice a year: Spring and Fall
Twice a year: Spring and Fall
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