Research & Economic Development
Promoting Research, Scholarship
and Creative Activities
Tennessee Tech University strives to promote research, scholarship and creative activities that engage faculty, students and external partners. Research and Economic Development is committed to fostering an open environment to not only encourage research but also support entrepreneurial endeavors across campus. Our efforts directly support the university's vision to provide academic, economic and cultural leadership and produce practical, ready-to-work graduates who are prepared to compete in today's technologically driven world.
FY25 Federal Appropriations guidelines are now posted
In consultation with the Tennessee Tech Office of Governmental Affairs and our consultants at Cornerstone Government Affairs, we are launching internal applications for FY25 Federal and State funding requests. The formatting will follow the templates that Cornerstone has provided (download template now).
The schedule for FY25 appropriations and federal agenda requests is as follows:
|November 30-December 1, 2023
|Cornerstone visit and faculty information session
|February 14, 2024
|Call for proposals (Cornerstone template)
|February 28, 2024
|Deadline for proposals
|March 2, 2024
|Proposal Review Meetings: culminating in requested/required edits and budget information
|March 7, 2024
|President Oldham finalizes priorities for federal agenda
|March 15–April 15, 2024
Please contact Research & Economic Development at extension 3897 or email Dr. John Liu (email@example.com) with any questions.