- MEG Grants are available exclusively to Brigham Young University faculty members. A group of faculty may apply but they must identify a principal investigator. Only full-time faculty may be the principal investigator.
- Any BYU faculty can be a co-researcher on the project but graduate and undergraduate students may not be listed.
- Each faculty member may only apply for one MEG grant per year. Faculty who have been awarded a MEG the previous year are not eligible to apply for the current year. Faculty may either apply as the main researcher or as a co-researcher on another project but cannot be listed as a main researcher and co-researcher at the same time or be listed as a co-researcher on multiple proposals. Duplicate instances of a faculty member will be removed.
- All students working under a MEG Grant must be a continuing or matriculated BYU student.
- The mentored group must include students, undergraduate or graduate, with educational goals related to the proposed project. The Law school may include only graduate students.
All MEG recipients are required to: