SEVEC supports veterinary education research by providing grant funding and facilitating mentoring relationships.
Veterinary Education Research Grants 2022 Request for Proposals
We are pleased to announce the Veterinary Education Research Grants 2022 Request for Proposals. The goal of the Southeastern Veterinary Education Consortium Educational Research Grants Program is to encourage and cultivate collaborative education research scholarship among SEVEC membership within and across institutions.
Submissions are due
August 31, 2021 September 24 at 11:59pm eastern time. Grant review will be conducted by an inter-institutional panel of veterinary educators in early October 2021, and those invited to resubmit their revised proposals will be able to do so from October 11-November 5, 2021. Decisions will be emailed to the Primary Investigator no later than December 15, 2021. Funds for successful proposals will be available beginning on or around January 15, 2022 and remain available through January 15, 2023, unless an extension is granted.
Instructions: Review the Request for Proposals below for detailed instructions on writing the proposal. Use the Budget Template link below to access the MS Word version of the template. Save your proposal narrative and budget as one MS Word or PDF file, then click the Submission form link below and complete the form.
Please send questions regarding your proposal to any member of the Veterinary Education Research subcommittee: Katherine Fogelberg, Jesse Watson, Misty Bailey, Jennie Hodgson, and Laura Nelson. For technical questions, contact Sherry Clouser.
Inaugural “Dolphin Tank” Projects Selected
During the 2020 Vet Ed Boot Camp, we hosted our very first “Dolphin Tank,” including quick veterinary education research pitches. Dolphin Tank returned at the 2021 Vet Ed Boot Camp, funding two more projects. Congratulations to them and thanks to all of the participants!
Funded Projects for 2021:
Funded Projects for 2020:
Development and Validation of a Ovine Caesarian Section Model
Development of a Veterinary Medical Peer Evaluation Tool for Use Within a Multi-Institutional Peer Evaluation Exchange Network