The Community for Global Health Equity (CGHE), supports faculty research that promotes the health and well-being of under-resourced populations by helping reduce the sources and effects of inequity.
The university is strongly recommending that UB faculty, staff and students avoid traveling to regions that are being impacted by the Coronavirus. Until further notice, the Community for Global Health Equity is suspending funding for student and faculty travel.
The CGHE collaborates with the leaders, organizations, and policy makers whose primary mandate is to reduce or eliminate barriers to improved health and well-being in low- and middle-income country settings. With affiliated faculty members from across campus, the CGHE brings together the health sciences with disciplines that are inherently focused on the social, economic, political, and environmental conditions leading to inequity in global health. These disciplines include architecture, planning, engineering, and other cross-synergizing disciplines and are collectively called APEX disciplines (geography, economics, anthropology, etc.).
Funding from the CGHE are largely programmed but some funds exist to support faculty travel and collaboration development. Preference is given to faculty requesting funds for work that aligns with CGHE Big Ideas teams.
Funded activities must meet the principles of the CGHE as described below:
Travel funding may be used for any of the following purposes:
Funds for conference travel or other special events will not be provided. Travel expenses incurred before notice of award from the CGHE may not be reimbursable.
Reporting requirements within 60 days of travel completion:
The Baldy Center supports research by UB faculty members in the broad, interdisciplinary arena of law, legal institutions, and social policy. The Center welcomes stand-alone and collaborative proposals, as well as proposals aimed at producing a pilot study or baseline research for external funding proposals. Baldy Center research grants are available to full-time University at Buffalo faculty members. Previously awarded research grants can be viewed here.
SUNY Funding Opportunity for Faculty: The Global Chancellor’s Award for Internationalization (CAFI) is a SUNY-wide competition for grants of $4,000 to develop innovative and distinctive new study abroad programs to less commonly visited destinations. UB faculty have received a number of CAFI awards over the past 10 years.
Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development:The Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development assists faculty in locating funding opportunities from UB, SUNY and external sources for research activities.
Our Program Coordinator, Dr. Lisa Vahapoğlu, is poised to assist faculty with individual searches. Contact Dr. Vahapoğlu for more information.