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FY 2015-16 BoRSF Reports and Funding Recommendations Released
By Carol Lunn (on 4/1/2016 @ 15:23:31, in Board of Regents, read 303 times)
Consultantsí reports, including funding recommendations, for all FY 2015-16 Board of Regents Support Fund competitive programs are now available on the Boardís Sponsored Programs website, https://web.laregents.org. These reports include rank-order lists of proposals recommended for funding, as well as recommended funding levels. A memo is posted with the reports indicating the rank orders in each report for which monies are expected to be available. Reductions in budgeted funds of 10-15% were necessitated due to low investment returns to the BoRSF, so it is essential to read these documents together to understand which projects it is anticipated can be recommended to the Board for funding.

Applicants should note that these reports constitute official notice of consultantsí recommendations to be forwarded to the Board. Individual notifications or award letters, upon Board approval, are not provided.

The Board is expected to act on consultantsí recommendations, as well as on campus requests for matching funds to endow non-competitive professorships and first-generation undergraduate scholarships, at its meeting of April 27, 2016.

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