Provost's Visiting Scholars Program
The Visiting Scholars Program is designed to support faculty recruitment efforts by building or expanding connections between the University of Houston and extraordinary scholars from other institutions.
Provost's Travel Fund
The Provost's Travel Fund is a source of support for faculty travel when presenting peer-reviewed work at important professional meetings.
The fund was established by the provost in the spring of 2008 to provide a vehicle to strengthen research and creative programs while enhancing the university's national and international presence in the scholarly community.
Global Faculty Development Fund
The Global Faculty Development Fund (GFDF) was established to further faculty involvement in the globalization process of the university. This Provost initiative will increase both the assortment and quality of UH’s global programs by helping faculty to defray the costs of engaging in innovative global activities.
Cougar Initiative to Engage Grants
The CITE grant program is the central mechanism for identifying and supporting co-curricular experiences. The CITE program will award around $300,000 in grants each year for five years beginning in the summer of 2019. Interdisciplinary projects and college- or department-level projects that have the potential to impact a large number of students are preferred.