This section outlines Taubman College research and creative practice-related policies and practices that are intended to support faculty research and creative practice, and to promote the integral role of research and creative practice in the multifaceted engagement of planning, architecture, design, and scholarship. Please note that at Taubman College, research and creative practice is broadly defined to include the practices of design, historical inquiry, cultural exploration, and technological innovation, among others.
Some of these policies/practices apply only to funded projects (either internally or externally) and others to both funded and non-funded projects. In all cases, a faculty member’s record of performance and accomplishment is considered in awarding incentive funds.
These guidelines are occasionally updated, so make sure to familiarize yourself with them annually, in order to keep up-to-date with any changes as they arise.