Calls for Grants

Available Grant

Grant: UK Research and Innovation

Information: Proposals are invited for short-term projects addressing and mitigating the health, social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Project length: Up to 18 months

Closing date: none - apply at any time

Funding: Grants will be awarded at 80% of the full economic cost (fEC) for Research Council funding, or in line with Innovate UK's funding rules. For Innovate UK funding, State Aid rules apply. Please see guidance here.

Award range: There is no specific budget for this call. We are interested in funding research of any scale that can demonstrate it will deliver impact in the project length.

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Available Grant

Russell Sage Pipeline Grant Competition for early-mid career scholars

Information

The Russell Sage Foundation, in collaboration with the Economic Mobility and Opportunity program at the Bill & Melinda gates Foundation, invite early- to mid-career researchers to apply to the pipeline grant competition.


The competition seeks to promote diversity in the social sciences broadly, including racial, ethnic, gender, disciplinary, institutional and geographic diversity. 


Amount of award: Tenure track assistant professors can apply for grants of up to $30,000. RSF will pair assistant professors with mentors working in the same field, and provide an honorarium for the mentors. Associate professors who have been in the rank for less than seven years are eligible for grants of up to $50,000.


Deadline: 2022 deadline forthcoming

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TCR Grants

The ACR Board and Sheth Foundation are continuing to generously provide funds to support the ACR TCR grant competition. Past grants were supported by the Sheth Foundation, Association for Consumer Research, and Kellogg Foundation.

TCR Grant Receipients

RECYLCING PIETY: RESPONSIBILIZING RELIGIOUS CONSUMERS

Krishanu Rakshit, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Saurabh Shinde, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Bhupesh Manoharan, Master's Union School of Business



Award Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Mother, Shall I put you to Sleep?” - An Exploratory Inquiry of Thalaikoothal - A Traditional Senicide Practice

Krishanu Rakshit, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Bhupesh Manoharan, Master's Union School of Business
Vipin Sreekumar, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Saurabh Shinde, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta



Award Amount: $1,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Effect of QR Codes on Overconsumption

Ganga Urumutta Hewage, Bryant University
Laura Boman, Mercer University



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Gaze Guided Nutritional Information Retrieval and Consumer Food Decisions

Wenjie Han, Cornell University
Anne Hamby, Boise State University
Melissa Bublitz, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Peter Kiefer, ETH Zurich
Tiffany Kwok, ETH Zurich



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Sustainable Disposal Drives Overconsumption for Green Consumers

Eunjoo Han, Pennsylvania State University-Erie
Sommer Kapitan, Auckland University of Technology
Saerom Lee, University of Guelph



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Giving Women a Voice in Healthcare: The Unmet Needs of Young Women Living with Breast Cancer

Kate Pounders, University of Texas at Austin
Catherine Coleman, Texas Christian University
Katherine Sredl, Loyola University Chicago



Award Amount: $2,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Design of Transformative Cultural Experiences for Young Adults

Michela Addis, Università di Roma Tre



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Cryptocurrencies, decentralized finance (DeFi), and consumer vulnerability in the marketplace

Spencer Ross, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Adrienne Muldrow, East Carolina University
Pia Albinsson, Appalachian State University
Samuelson Appau, Melbourne Business School
Lagnajita Chatterjee, Worcester State University
Charlene Dadzie, University of South Alabama
Shelle Santana, Bentley University/Harvard Business School



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Effects of Dark Design on Children’s Digital Well-Being and Its Implications for Sharenting

Laurel Cook, West Virginia University
Alexa Fox, The University of Akron
Lin Ong, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Claire Bessant, Northumbria University
Pingping Gan, Iowa State University
Mariea Grubbs Hoy, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Emma Nottingham, University of Winchester
Beatriz Pereira, Iowa State University
Stacey Barell Steinberg, University of Florida



Award Amount: $2,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Brief Self-Interventions to Resile Stress Effects on Dietary Choice

Felix Jan Nitsch, INSEAD Business School



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The (In)authentic Self at Work and Donation Behavior

Hean Tat Keh, Monash University
Nu Ree Ha, Concordia University



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Social Change via Relational Engagement: Redeeming Women’s Power

Ellen Campos Sousa, Gardner-Webb University
Luciana Freire, Unichristus
Jayati Sinha, Florida International University
Severina Faustino Duarte, Community Stakeholder



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Cryptic Signalling: Hidden Markers of Inclusivity in Service Environments

Gavin Northey, Griffith University
Kelly Choong, Edith Cowan University
Rory Mulcahy, University of Sunshine Coast
Eugene Chan, Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University)



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

A Cross-Cultural Analysis of #FOMO Appeals Promoting Sustainable Consumptions

Jayati Sinha, Florida International University
Fang-Chi Lu, The University of Melbourne



Award Amount: $2,000



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TCR Grant Receipients

The Unintended Consequences of FDA’S New Label Regulations on Consumer Choice

Samuel Sekar, University of South Florida
Anand Kumar, University of South Florida
Mark Bender, University of South Florida



Award Amount: $500

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TCR Grant Receipients

How Scents Can be Used to Improve Consumer Health and Wellbeing

Ellen Campos Sousa, Gardner-Webb University
Luciana Freire, Unichristus
Jayati Sinha, Florida International University
Severina Faustino Duarte, Community Stakeholder



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Discovering Positive and Negative Outcomes of Metaverse Uses

Dooyoung Choi, Old Dominion University



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Photograph or Illustration? The Role of Visual Medium in Consumer Prosocial Response Towards Public Service Advertisements

Rita To, Tarleton State University



Award Amount: $1,500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Avoiding the Dump: Exploring Motivations and Barriers to Freecycling in the UK

Alison Hulme, University of Northampton



Award Amount: $500

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TCR Grant Receipients

Observing the Earth from Space: Does Experiencing the Overview Effect Increase Sustainable Consumption?

Femke van Horen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

The Impact of Financial Infidelity Asymmetry on Couples’ Financial and Relationship Well-Being

Hristina Nikolova, Boston College
Jenny Olson, Indiana University
Joe Gladstone, University of Colorado Boulder



Award Amount: $2,500



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TCR Grant Receipients

Consumer Choice in the Age of Ecological Crises: Understanding the Implications of Voluntary Childlessness and its Consequences for Consumer and Societal Well-Being

Boris Collet, University of Lille



Award Amount: $2,000

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TCR Grant Receipients

Credit Card as a Tool to Diminish Financial Constraints of the Low-Income

Farah Diba Abrantes-Braga, Insper Institute of Education and Research
Danny Claro, Insper Institute of Education and Research
Diogo Hildebrand, Baruch College
Manuela Dantas, The California State University



Award Amount: $1,500



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TCR Grant Receipients

Touch and Donate More: Examining the Effects of the Direct-Touch vs. Indirect-Touch Interfaces on Micro-Donations

Yi Li, Macquarie University
Hean Tat Keh, Monash University



Award Amount: $1,000

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External Grant Recipient Projects

TCR’s research has received significant grants to help extend its contributions to academic knowledge and impact in society at large. Read about some of our grant recipient projects.

Grant Information

Grant Recipient: Dr Eva Kipnis (Project Co-Ordinator) and Dr Ian Brittain (Co-Principal Investigators)

Source: European Union Framework 7 (Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme Programme) 2013-2018

Amount: €852,600

Topic: CARNiVAL project examining legacies of mega-events. The research focused upon all three stages of the event process (pre-event, the event itself and post-event) with a range of issues and impacts to be considered at both the micro and macro level. It considered both sporting and non-sporting events using a case study approach.

Grant Information

Grant Recipient: Dr Cornelia Pechmann (Principal Investigator) Dr James Prochaska (Co-Principal Investigator)

Source: National Institutes of Health (March 1, 2016 - March 1, 2021).

Amount: $2,577,181.00

Topic: "Social Media Technology for Treating Tobacco Addiction“. This research project, with its cutting-edge social network approaches and analyses, will examine the potential of the internet, and more specifically social media, to engage health communications for quitting smoking and preventing relapse for addiction treatment and cancer prevention. Further, the design tests the personalized benefits and treatment processes of a women-centered internet cessation intervention.

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TCR creates opportunities for engagements between practitioners, funders and researchers, and supports efforts of scholars and practitioners to disseminate and publicize their research and work, and obtain mentoring and advice on grant applications.

While many of these opportunities are freely available, we encourage scholars and practitioners to become a member of the Association of Consumer Research to help continue funding our work and to obtain additional benefits.