Scholarship, Research, & Creative Work

This page provides an overview of the grants/funding opportunities available to students and faculty.  Please click the links for more details and information about each grant, including how to submit your proposal.  Bay Path is a member of the National Council for Undergraduate Research (NCUR).
Congratulations to our Bay Path University student for being selected to present at the 2017 National Conference on Undergraduate Research!  Here is a portion of her congratulatory notice that her submission was accepted. (All of her conference costs will be paid by the Division of Research.)
            “Congratulations! We are pleased to write that your abstract submission, “Steer clear of turning the LOL into an OMG: Distractions delay reactions to visual cues.,” was selected for presentation at NCUR at the University of Memphis.  Chosen from more than 4,000 submissions, your abstract demonstrates a unique contribution to your field of study, and we are glad to offer you the opportunity to present your work to your peers, faculty, and staff from all over the nation.”


Grant Offerings Summary

Name of Grant



Carol and Noel Leary Opportunity Fund
To support various leadership, student achievement, professional development, and travel opportunities.
Faculty, Staff, and Students
minimum of two $500 grants to be awarded per year
Educational Enrichment Fund
To provide funds for travel and conference opportunities.
Undergraduate Students
maximum of $500 for international or $250 for domestic conferences and travel
Faculty Conference
To support faculty attendance at conferences.
Faculty/Student Conference
To support faculty who attend conferences with students.
Faculty and Students
maximum of $1,000
Richard J. Briotta Faculty Research, Scholarly Activity and Creative Works
To encourage faculty to perform original research or other scholarly activities.
stipend of up to $2,500, plus an additional $1,000 to cover costs for the project
Student-Assisted Faculty Research
To support faculty research by providing student assistance.
Faculty and Students
faculty receive help from an assistant, students gain experience and receive a stipend
Student Conference
To support graduate student or undergraduate senior attendance at conferences.
Graduate Students of Undergraduate Seniors
maximum of $500
Student Research
To support original student research.
up to $500 and 1-3 academic credits
Summer Scholars
To enhance education with the opportunity to perform student research, scholarly activity, or creative work.
Students (summer after first, sophomore, or junior year)
$1,000 stipend plus up to $500 for supplies and 3 academic credits

Student Opportunities


Faculty Opportunities