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                       Deadlines: January 01, 2012- April 30, 2012



Title
John H. Daniels Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Sporting Library
Contact:
Tel:                540-687-6542            540-687-6542
Email:              fellowship@nsl.org
Program URL:
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The National Sporting Library is committed to supporting scholarship and research in the
subject area of traditional field sports as well as the connection between field sports and
conservation, and invites applications from both academic and independent researchers.


Title
Site Preservation Grant
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Archaeological Institute of America
Contact:            Kelly Lindberg
Tel:                617-353-9361            617-353-9361
Email:              klindberg@aia.bu.edu
Program URL:        http://www.archaeological.org/grants/706
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012,10/15/2012,2/15/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor offers this grant, which is intended to fund projects that uphold the sponsor's
mission to preserve and promote the world's archaeological heritage for future generations.


Title
Publications Subvention Program
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:            Archaeological Institute of America
                  Contact:            Megan Bernard
                  Tel:                617-358-4184            617-358-4184
                  Email:              mbernard@aia.bu.edu
                  Program URL:       http://www.archaeological.org/webinfo.php?page=10295
                 Deadline(s)
                 3/1/2012
                 Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                 This program offers subventions from the AIA’s von Bothmer Publication Fund in support of
                 new book-length publications in the field of Classical Archaeology (defined as Greek, Roman,
                 and Etruscan archaeology and art history). Particularly welcome are projects that publish the
                 work of first-time authors or represent the publication of final reports of primary data from sites
                 already excavated or surveyed, but are still unpublished.


                 Title
                 Alcohol Use Disorders: Treatment, Services Research, and Recovery (R21)
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:            National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                  Contact:            Angela Martinelli, Ph.D.
                  Tel:                301-451-8507            301-451-8507
                  Email:              martinellia@mail.nih.gov
                  Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-102.html
Deadline(s)
5/7/2011,6/16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013
                 Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                 The sponsor invites applications from institutions/organizations that propose to support
                 research on behavioral and pharmacological treatment for alcohol use disorders;
                 organizational, financial, and management factors that facilitate or inhibit the delivery of
                 services for alcohol use disorders; and phenomenon of recovery from alcohol use disorders.
                 This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


                 Title
                 Screening and Brief Alcohol Interventions in Underage and Young Adult Populations
                 (R03)
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:            National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Mariela C. Shirley, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-443-9787            301-443-9787
                     Email:             shirleym@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-12-029.html


16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/2014,6/16/2014,9/7/201
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                     The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for
                     research on screening and brief interventions to prevent and/or reduce alcohol use and
                     alcohol-related harms. This program will use the NIH Small Research Grant (R03) award
                     mechanism.


                     Title
                     Screening and Brief Alcohol Interventions in Underage and Young Adult Populations
                     (R21)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Mariela C. Shirley, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-443-9787            301-443-9787
                     Email:             shirleym@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-12-030.html


16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/2014,6/16/2014,9/7/201
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                     The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for
                     research on screening and brief interventions to prevent and/or reduce alcohol use and
                     alcohol-related harms. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant
                     mechanism.


                     Title
                     Screening and Brief Alcohol Interventions in Underage and Young Adult Populations
                     (R01)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Mariela C. Shirley, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-443-9787            301-443-9787
                     Email:             shirleym@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-12-031.html


2,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5/7/2014,6/5/2014,9/7/2014,10
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for
                    research on screening and brief interventions to prevent and/or reduce alcohol use and
                    alcohol-related harms. This program will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
                    mechanism.


                    Title
                    Hugh Last and Donald Atkinson Funds Committee
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Roman Society
                     Contact:           Dr F.K. Haarer
                     Tel:               44 (0)20-7862-8727
                     Email:             office@romansociety.org
                                       http://www.romansociety.org/about/grants/hugh-last-donald-at
                     Program URL:
                                       kinson-funds.html
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/15/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor provides financial assistance towards the undertaking, completion or publication
                    of work that relates to any of the general scholarly purposes of the Roman Society, i.e. to
                    promote the study of the history, archaeology, literature and art of Italy and the Roman
                    Empire, from the earliest times down to about A.D. 700.


                    Title
                    Drug Abuse Aspects of HIV/AIDS (R21)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Albert Avila, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-8804           301-496-8804
                     Email:             aavila@nida.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-130.html
                    Deadline(s)
                    5/7/2011,9/7/2011,1/7/2012,5/7/2012,9/7/2012,1/7/2013
                    Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                         Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications to examine the drug abuse aspects of HIV/AIDS, including
research on drug-related risk behaviors, addiction and HIV disease, and drug use/HIV-related
comorbidities and consequences. Proposals are needed to identify and predict changes in the
epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among injection and non-injection drug users and among their
sexual partners, to develop and test primary and secondary drug abuse and HIV prevention
and treatment interventions, to improve HIV testing, counseling, and treatment services for
those living with HIV/AIDS, and to address basic mechanisms involved in HIV infection and
AIDS pathogenesis in the context of drug abuse and addiction. This program will use the NIH
Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


Title
Drug Abuse Aspects of HIV/AIDS (R03)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
Contact:           Albert Avila, Ph.D.
Tel:               301-496-8804           301-496-8804
Email:             aavila@nida.nih.gov
Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-131.html
Deadline(s)
5/7/2011,9/7/2011,1/7/2012,5/7/2012,9/7/2012,1/7/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                         Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications to examine the drug abuse aspects of HIV/AIDS, including
research on drug-related risk behaviors, addiction and HIV disease, and drug use/HIV-related
comorbidities and consequences. Proposals are needed to identify and predict changes in the
epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among injection and non-injection drug users and among their
sexual partners, to develop and test primary and secondary drug abuse and HIV prevention
and treatment interventions, to improve HIV testing, counseling, and treatment services for
those living with HIV/AIDS, and to address basic mechanisms involved in HIV infection and
AIDS pathogenesis in the context of drug abuse and addiction. This program will use the NIH
Small Research Grant (R03) award mechanism.


Title
Kress Publication Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:               609-683-0800           609-683-0800
Email:             application@ascsa.org
Program URL:       http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/kress_publications.pdf
                 Deadline(s)
                 1/15/2012
                 Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                            Synopsis



                 The sponsor offers Fellowships aimed at supporting scholars who are publishing materials
                 from the School's excavations at Ancient Corinth or the Athenian Agora. Grants of up to
                 $30,000 are available.


                 Title
                 Grants for Research in Social Policy
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:           Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy
                  Contact:
                  Tel:
                  Email:             info@horowitz-foundation.org
                  Program URL:       http://www.horowitz-foundation.org/application.html
                 Deadline(s)
                 1/31/2012
                 Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                            Synopsis



                 The Foundation makes targeted grants for work in major areas of the social sciences,
                 including anthropology, area studies, economics, political science, psychology, sociology, and
                 urban studies, as well as newer areas such as evaluation research. Preference will be given
                 to projects that deal the contemporary issues in the social sciences and issues of policy
                 relevance, and to scholars in the initial stages of research. Awards are allocated solely on the
                 basis of merit.


                 Title
                 Behavioral & Integrative Treatment Development Program (R03)
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                  Contact:           Lisa Onken, Ph.D.
                  Tel:               301-443-2235            301-443-2235
                  Email:             Lisa_Onken@nih.gov
                  Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-011.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2011,2/16/2011,5/7/2011,6/16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013
                 Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                            Synopsis
The sponsors invite applications for discrete, well-defined projects that can be completed
within two years with limited resources. Projects of interest fall within the research domain of
behavioral, combined, sequential, or integrated (behavioral/pharmacological) (1) drug abuse
treatment interventions, including interventions for patients with comorbidities, in diverse
settings; (2) interventions to prevent the acquisition or transmission of HIV infection among
individuals in drug abuse treatment; (3) interventions to promote adherence to drug abuse
treatment, HIV and addiction medications; and (4) interventions to treat chronic pain. Specific
examples include: 1) Stage I pilot or feasibility studies; 2) secondary analysis of existing data;
3) small, self-contained research projects; 4) development of research assessments or
methodology; and 5) development of new research technology. This program will use the NIH
Small Research Grant (R03) award mechanism.


Title
Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Virginia Historical Society
Contact:             Frances S. Pollard
Tel:                 804-342-9686            804-342-9686
Email:               fpollard@vahistorical.org
Program URL:        http://www.vahistorical.org/research/fellowships.htm
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor offers fellowships of up to three weeks a year to promote the interpretation of
Virginia history and access to its collections.


Title
NMFS-Sea Grant Fellowships in Population Dynamics
Sponsor Information
                    National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration/Department of
Sponsor:
                    Commerce
Contact:             Steve Drescher, Policy Advisor
Tel:                 301-734-1084            301-734-1084
Email:               steve.j.drescher@noaa.gov
                    http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=129713&mode=VIE
Program URL:
                    W
Deadline(s)
2/17/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                     The Graduate Fellowship Program awards at least two new PhD fellowships each year to
                     students who are interested in careers related to the population dynamics of living marine
                     resources and the development and implementation of quantitative methods for assessing
                     their status.


                     Title
                     Brain Disorders in the Developing World: Research Across the Lifespan (R21)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:            Kathleen Michaels, Ph.D., Program Director
                     Tel:                301-496-1653            301-496-1653
                     Email:              brainfic@nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-031.html
                     Deadline(s)
                     12/10/2011,1/10/2012,3/11/2012,4/11/2012,12/10/2012,1/10/2013,3/11/2013,4/11/2013
                     Geographical Restrictions:                        NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                     The sponsors invite grant applications proposing the conduct of innovative, collaborative
                     research and research training projects, between High Income country (HIC) and low- to
                     middle-income country (LMIC) scientists, on nervous system function and disorders
                     throughout life, relevant to LMICs. The collaborative research programs are expected to
                     contribute to the long-term goals of building sustainable research capacity in LMICs to
                     address nervous system development, function and impairment throughout life and to lead to
                     diagnostics, treatment and prevention strategies that are applicable worldwide. This program
                     will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


                     Title
                     Women and Sex/Gender Differences in Drug and Alcohol Abuse/Dependence (R03)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:            Cora Lee Wetherington, Ph.D.
                     Tel:                301-435-1319            301-435-1319
                     Email:              cwetheri@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-049.html


16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/201
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis
                      The sponsors invite applications to advance research on male-females differences in drug and
                      alcohol abuse and addiction and on factors specific to women. Both human and animal model
                      studies are sought. This program will use the NIH Small Research Grant (R03) award
                      mechanism.


                      Title
                      Women and Sex/Gender Differences in Drug and Alcohol Abuse/Dependence (R21)
                      Sponsor Information
                      Sponsor:            National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                      Contact:            Cora Lee Wetherington, Ph.D.
                      Tel:                301-435-1319            301-435-1319
                      Email:              cwetheri@mail.nih.gov
                      Program URL:       http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-048.html


16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/201
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                      The sponsors invite applications to advance research on male-females differences in drug and
                      alcohol abuse and addiction and on factors specific to women. Both human and animal model
                      studies are sought. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant
                      mechanism.


                      Title
                      Summer Seminars and Institutes for School Teachers
          Sponsor Information
           Sponsor: National Endowment for the Humanities/Natl. Fndn. on the Arts & Humanities
           Contact:
           Tel:        202-606-8463          202-606-8463
           Email:      sem-inst@neh.gov
           Program http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=mfLqTFjH
           URL:    X710RyKRQbP1wLvpyvDzLJ46kX1lNQ64KBTpQWRw1YSy!1265931165?oppId=130496&mode=VIEW
                      Deadline(s)
                      3/1/2012
                      Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                      Each year the NEH’s Division of Education Programs offers teachers opportunities to study a
                      variety of humanities topics in NEH Summer Seminars and Institutes. Please contact the
specific projects listed on the website for more information about the programs and the
application process.


Title
Harry Middleton Fellowship in Presidential Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Johnson (Lyndon Baines) Foundation
Contact:            Stephanie Savage, Grants and Programs Coordinator
Tel:                512-232-2280            512-232-2280
Email:              grants@lbjlibrary.net
                   http://www.lbjlibrary.org/collections/grants-and-awards/harr
Program URL:
                   y-middleton-fellowship/
Deadline(s)
3/15/2012,9/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation (“LBJ Foundation”) will award one $5,000 fellowship
for the Fall term and one for the Spring term each year to support scholarly work in
Presidential studies at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum.


Title
Norman and Laura Graebner Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
Contact:            Guenter Bischof
Tel:
Email:              gjbischo@uno.edu
Program URL:       http://www.shafr.org/members/prizes/#graebner
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Graebner Award is a lifetime achievement award intended to recognize a senior historian
of United States foreign relations who has significantly contributed to the development of the
field, through scholarship, teaching, and/or service, over his or her career. The award of
$2,000 is awarded biannually.


Title
Stuart L. Bernath Scholarly Article Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
Contact:            Professor William Stueck
Tel:
Email:              wstueck@uga.edu
Program URL:       http://www.shafr.org/members/prizes/#bernatharticle
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The purpose of this prize is to recognize and encourage distinguished research and writing by
young scholars in the field of diplomatic relations. The prize of $1,000 is awarded annually to
the author of a distinguished article appearing in a scholarly journal or edited book, on any
topic in United States foreign relations. All articles appearing in Diplomatic History will be
automatically considered without nomination. Other nominations may be submitted by the
author or by any member of the sponsor's organization.


Title
Women's Caucus Editing and Translation Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Contact:            Mona Narain
Tel:                336-727-4694            336-727-4694
Email:              M.Narain@tcu.edu
Program URL:       http://asecs.press.jhu.edu/awards.html
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor provides an annual award of $1,000 to support an editing or a translation work in
progress of an eighteenth-century primary text on a feminist or women's studies subject.


Title
Building Cultural Diversity Initiative
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Ohio Arts Council
Contact:
Tel:                614-466-2613           614-466-2613
Email:
                   http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/guidelines/StaticPage
Program URL:
                   s/GuidelinesPDF.pdf
Deadline(s)
12/1/2011,3/1/2012,6/1/2012,9/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Building Cultural Diversity program provides support to arts and community organizations
whose mission, programs, staff and board are rooted in culturally specific communities and
that offer Ohio citizens the opportunity to experience a full and vibrant cultural life.
Organizations must provide artistic, educational and cultural value that is responsive to the
needs of their community and has identified strategies for planning, evaluation and
management.


Title
Margo Tytus Visiting Scholars Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            University of Cincinnati
Contact:
Tel:                513-556-3050           513-556-3050
Email:              program.coordinator@classics.uc.edu
Program URL:       http://classics.uc.edu/resources/tytus_scholars_program.html
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor offers fellowships for study and research in the Burnam Classics Library.


Title
Limited Competition: Brain Disorders in the Developing World: Research Across the
Lifespan (R01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Kathleen Michaels, Ph.D., Program Director
Tel:                301-496-1653           301-496-1653
Email:              brainfic@nih.gov
Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-030.html
Deadline(s)
12/10/2011,1/10/2012,3/11/2012,4/11/2012,12/10/2012,1/10/2013,3/11/2013,4/11/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                        NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsors invite grant applications proposing the conduct of innovative, collaborative
research and research training projects, between High Income country (HIC) and low- to
middle-income country (LMIC) scientists, on nervous system function and disorders
throughout life, relevant to LMICs. The collaborative research programs are expected to
contribute to the long-term goals of building sustainable research capacity in LMICs to
address nervous system development, function and impairment throughout life and to lead to
diagnostics, treatment and prevention strategies that are applicable worldwide. This program
will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


Title
Aging Research Dissertation Awards to Increase Diversity (R36)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Michael-David AAR Kerns, M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D.
Tel:                301-402-7713            301-402-7713
Email:              kernsmd@mail.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-291.html
Deadline(s)
10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications for dissertation awards in all areas of research within NIA’s
strategic priorities to increase diversity of the scientific research workforce engaged in
research on aging and aging-related health conditions. This FOA will use the NIH R36
dissertation award mechanism.


Title
Frances Richardson Keller-Sierra Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:            Jane Slaughter, Chair
Tel:                505-277-2451            505-277-2451
Email:              mjane@unm.edu
Program URL:        http://www.wawh.org/docs/KellerSierraApplication2012.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Frances Richardson Keller-Sierra Prize is an annual prize that recognizes the best
monograph in the field of history published by a WAWH member


Title
Judith Lee Ridge Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:             Terri Snyder, Chair
Tel:                 657-278-3748            657-278-3748
Email:               snyder@fullerton.edu
Program URL:        http://www.wawh.org/docs/RidgeApplication2012.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor provides an annual prize that recognizes the best article in the field of history
published by a WAWH member.


Title
Barbara Penny Kanner Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:             Amy Harris, Chair
Tel:                 801-422-6408            801-422-6408
Email:               amy.harris@byu.edu
                    http://www.wawh.org/docs/BarbaraPennyKannerAwardBylaws2011.p
Program URL:
                    df
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor provides an annual award to honor a book, book chapter, article, or electronic
media that has been verifiably published or posted in the two years prior to the award year
and which illustrates the use of a specific set of primary sources (diaries, letters, interviews
etc).
Title
Founders Dissertation Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:            Lydia Otero, Chair
Tel:                520-621-8985           520-621-8985
Email:              lotero@u.arizona.edu
Program URL:       http://www.wawh.org/docs/FDFApplication2012.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Founders’ Dissertation Fellowship is an annual to graduate students who show promise
of significant contributions to historical scholarship.


Title
Bernard L. Majewski Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Heritage Center
Contact:            Rick Ewig, Associate Director
Tel:                307-766-4114           307-766-4114
Email:              rewig@uwyo.edu
Program URL:       http://ahc.uwyo.edu/eduoutreach/majewski/default.htm
Deadline(s)
2/20/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides research support for a recognized scholar in the history of economic
geology and to facilitate the Fellow’s use of archival collections in the American Heritage
Center, University of Wyoming. The Fellow shall be appointed for a period of one calendar
year.


Title
Research Associateships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Five College Women's Studies Research Center
Contact:
Tel:                413-538-2275           413-538-2275
Email:              fcwsrc@fivecolleges.edu
Program URL:       http://www.fivecolleges.edu/sites/fcwsrc/about/
Deadline(s)
2/6/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Five College Women’s Studies Research Center announces a call for applications and
nominations for 2012-2013 Research Associateships with a focus on “New Media in Feminist
Scholarship, Teaching, and Activism.”


Title
Cancer Prevention, Control, Behavioral and Population Sciences Career Development
Award (K07)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Dr. Shannon M. Lemrow, Program Director
Tel:                301-496-8580           301-496-8580
Email:              lemrows@mail.nih.gov
Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-09-078.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2011,2/12/2011,5/7/2011,6/12/2011,9/7/2011,10/12/2011,1/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor provides support for salary and research costs for up to 5 years for individuals
with health professional or science doctoral degrees who are not fully established
investigators and who want to pursue research careers in the cancer prevention, control,
population, and/or behavioral sciences. The primary objective of this program is to increase
the number of investigators who have made commitments to focus their research endeavors
on cancer prevention, control, behavioral, and the population sciences. This FOA will utilize
the NIH Academic Career Award (K07) mechanism.


Title
Drug Abuse Aspects of HIV/AIDS (R01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Albert Avila, Ph.D.
Tel:                301-496-8804           301-496-8804
Email:              aavila@nida.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-129.html
Deadline(s)
5/7/2011,9/7/2011,1/7/2012,5/7/2012,9/7/2012,1/7/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications to examine the drug abuse aspects of HIV/AIDS, including
research on drug-related risk behaviors, addiction and HIV disease, and drug use/HIV-related
comorbidities and consequences. Proposals are needed to identify and predict changes in the
epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among injection and non-injection drug users and among their
sexual partners, to develop and test primary and secondary drug abuse and HIV prevention
and treatment interventions, to improve HIV testing, counseling, and treatment services for
those living with HIV/AIDS, and to address basic mechanisms involved in HIV infection and
AIDS pathogenesis in the context of drug abuse and addiction. This program will use the NIH
Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


Title
Grants-in-Aid Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Friends of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries
Contact:
Tel:                608-265-2505            608-265-2505
Email:              friends@library.wisc.edu
                    http://www.library.wisc.edu/friends/grants-in-aid.html#getap
Program URL:
                    p
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Friends of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Libraries are pleased to offer several
grants-in-aid annually, each of which is generally for one month’s duration, for research in the
humanities and related fields appropriate to the libraries’ collection strengths.


Title
Economic Geography Specialty Group Dissertation Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Association of American Geographers
Contact:            Martin Hess
Tel:
Email:              martin.hess@manchester.ac.uk
Program URL:
Deadline(s)
1/5/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis



The Economic Geography Specialty Group makes annual awards for the best dissertation in
economic geography, announced each year at the sponsor's annual conference..


Title
David E. Sopher New Scholar Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Association of American Geographers
Contact:           David Butler
Tel:
Email:             D.Butler@ucc.ie
Program URL:      http://www.gorabs.org/newsletters/33_1.pdf
Deadline(s)
2/3/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis



The Geography of Religions and Belief Systems (GORABS) group of the Association of
American Geographers (AAG) invites papers from new scholars in the geographies of religion
at the AAG meeting in New York in 2012. They encourage all papers from graduate students
and non-tenured faculty to submit their papers to GORABS for a prize of $500.


Title
Travel-To-Collections Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Newcomb College Center for Research on Women
Contact:           Susan Tucker
Tel:               504-865-5238          504-865-5238
Email:             susannah@tulane.edu
                  http://tulane.edu/nccrow/newcomb-archives/travel-to-collecti
Program URL:
                  on-grants.cfm
Deadline(s)
11/30/2011,3/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis
                    Each year the Newcomb Archives awards two Travel-to-Collections Grants of $600 each to
                    scholars wishing to conduct research in the Newcomb Archives.


                    Title
                    Women and Sex/Gender Differences in Drug and Alcohol Abuse/Dependence (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Cora Lee Wetherington, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-435-1319            301-435-1319
                     Email:             cwetheri@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-047.html


1,6/5/2011,9/7/2011,10/5/2011,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                    The sponsors invite applications to advance research on male-females differences in drug and
                    alcohol abuse and addiction and on factors specific to women. Both human and animal model
                    studies are sought. This program will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Emilie Du Chatelet Award for Independent Scholarship
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
                     Contact:
                     Tel:               336-727-4694            336-727-4694
                     Email:             asecs@wfu.edu
                     Program URL:      http://asecs.press.jhu.edu/awards.html
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/15/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                    The Émilie Du Châtelet Award for Independent Scholarship is an annual award of $500 to
                    support research in progress by an independent or adjunct scholar on a feminist or Women's
                    Studies subject.


                    Title
Bunche Center Summer Humanities Institute (SHI)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Bunche Center for African American Studies
Contact:             Program Coordinator
Tel:                 310-206-5500            310-206-5500
Email:               shi@bunche.ucla.edu
Program URL:        http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/srp/srpintro.htm
Deadline(s)
10/31/2011,2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



This eight-week preparatory program is designed to enhance the competencies of students
who plan to pursue a MA or Ph.D. in the humanities or humanistic social sciences (African
American studies, anthropology, art history, cultural/critical studies, ethnomusicology, history,
literature, political science, and sociology).


Title
The Sultan Program for Arab Studies - Visiting Scholar Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             University of California, Berkeley
Contact:
Tel:                 510-642-8208            510-642-8208
Email:               cmes@berkeley.edu
                    http://cmes.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/engage/2011/Sul
Program URL:
                    tan_Application_Form.pdf
Deadline(s)
2/2/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Sultan Endowment for Arab Studies Program supports teaching, research, and public
outreach on topics related to the Arab and Arab-Islamic world, with the overarching goal of
promoting a deeper understanding of the Middle East on the U.C. Berkeley campus and
beyond. The program encompasses the social sciences, humanities, and professional fields,
with a special emphasis on integrating insights into the Arab world from the following
disciplines: anthropology, sociology, architecture, history, literature, political science, and
urban studies.


Title
The Sultan Program for Arab Studies - Visiting Professorship/Lectureship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            University of California, Berkeley
Contact:
Tel:                510-642-8208            510-642-8208
Email:              cmes@berkeley.edu
                    http://cmes.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/engage/2011/Sul
Program URL:
                    tan_Application_Form.pdf
Deadline(s)
2/2/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Sultan Endowment for Arab Studies Program supports teaching, research, and public
outreach on topics related to the Arab and Arab-Islamic world, with the overarching goal of
promoting a deeper understanding of the Middle East on the U.C. Berkeley campus and
beyond. The program encompasses the social sciences, humanities, and professional fields,
with a special emphasis on integrating insights into the Arab world from the following
disciplines: anthropology, sociology, architecture, history, literature, political science, and
urban studies.


Title
Research Center Travel Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Rare Book, Manuscript, & Special Collections Library of Duke University
Contact:            Kelly Wooten
Tel:                919-660-5822            919-660-5822
Email:
                    http://library.duke.edu/specialcollections/services/grants/i
Program URL:
                    ndex.html
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Duke University’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library and its research
centers provide travel grants of up to $1000 for researchers whose work would benefit from
access to the collections held at Duke. Currently, travel grants are available for work in the
following research centers: the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture; the
John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture;
and the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, and Marketing History.


Title
Academy Fellowship Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Greenlining Institute
Contact:
Tel:                510-926-4007            510-926-4007
Email:
Program URL:       http://www.greenlining.org/academy/fellows.php
Deadline(s)
2/10/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Greenlining Institute offers a year-long training program to prepare the next generation of
advocates on behalf of low-income and communities of color. The program is for young
leaders that have completed, at minimum, their undergraduate degrees by the start of the
program.


Title
Quaker Collection Gest Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Haverford College
Contact:            John Anderies, Coordinator for Special & Digital Collections
Tel:                610-896-2948            610-896-2948
Email:              janderie@haverford.edu
Program URL:       http://www.haverford.edu/library/special/gest_fellowship/
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



Each year Haverford College Special Collections offers up to three $2,000 one-month
fellowships to researchers who are interested in using the unique resources of the Quaker
Collection.


Title
Research Fellowship in Environmental Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                609-683-0800            609-683-0800
Email:               ascsa@ascsa.org
                    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/admission-membership/stude
Program URL:
                    nt-associate-membership
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor awards a fellowship to allow individuals with a well-defined project, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions, to pursue environmental studies
from archaeological contexts in Greece (archaeobotanical studies; study of seeds, charcoal,
phytoliths, pollen, etc.)


Title
J. Lawrence Angel Fellowship in Human Skeletal Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                 609-683-0800           609-683-0800
Email:               ascsa@ascsa.org
                    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/admission-membership/stude
Program URL:
                    nt-associate-membership
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor awards a fellowship to allow individuals with a well-defined project, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions, to study human skeletal
remains from archaeological contexts in Greece.


Title
Research Fellowship in Geoarchaeology
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                 609-683-0800           609-683-0800
Email:               ascsa@ascsa.org
                    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/admission-membership/stude
Program URL:
                    nt-associate-membership
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor awards a fellowship to allow individuals with a well-defined project, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions, to address significant
archaeological questions in areas of study which may include quarried stone, lithics, building
materials, ceramics, soil, and sediment studies or environmental studies.


Title
Research Fellowship in Faunal Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                 609-683-0800            609-683-0800
Email:               ascsa@ascsa.org
                    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/admission-membership/stude
Program URL:
                    nt-associate-membership
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor awards a fellowship to allow individuals with a well-defined project, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions, to study faunal remains from
archaeological contexts in Greece.


Title
Jacob Hirsch Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                 609-683-0800            609-683-0800
Email:               ascsa@ascsa.org
Program URL:        http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/hirsch.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis
The sponsor awards a fellowship to students in the U.S. or Israel who are Ph.D. candidates
writing their dissertations in archaeology or recent Ph.D.'s completing a project, such as the
revision of a dissertation for publication, which requires a lengthy residence in Greece.


Title
Research (Travel) Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            White House Historical Association
Contact:
Tel:
Email:              edu@whha.org
Program URL:        http://www.whitehousehistory.org/whha_research/research.html
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012,9/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The White House Historical Association invites scholars who are conducting research at the
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), Presidential Library System, Library of
Congress, or other appropriate repository, to apply for grants that will defray costs of travel
and accommodations.


Title
Postdoctoral Training Program in the Study of Aging
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            RAND
Contact:            Diana Malouf
Tel:                310-393-0411            310-393-0411       x.6462
Email:              malouf@rand.org
Program URL:        http://www.rand.org/labor/fellows/aging.html
Deadline(s)
2/10/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The RAND Postdoctoral Training Program in the Study of Aging enables outstanding junior
scholars in demographic and aging research to sharpen their analytic skills, learn to
communicate research results effectively, and advance their research agenda. Housed within
the Labor and Population Program, the program blends formal and informal training and
extensive collaboration with distinguished researchers in a variety of disciplines.
Title
Matching Seed-Money Grants for New Positions in Turkish Language Instruction
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0295            202-687-0295
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:       http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides support to universities in the US for the establishment of new university
positions in the field of Turkish language instruction.


Title
Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D43)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Barbara Sina Ph.D.
Tel:                301-402-9467            301-402-9467
Email:              Barbara.Sina@nih.gov
Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-260.html
Deadline(s)
4/21/2012,5/21/2012,4/21/2013,5/21/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor invites renewal and new applications for the Global Infectious Disease Research
Training Program. The application must propose a collaborative research training program
that will strengthen the capacity of institutions in low-and middle-income countries (LMIC),
defined by the World Bank classification system, to conduct infectious disease (excluding
HIV/AIDS) research. FIC will support research-training programs that focus on major endemic
or life-threatening emerging infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, widespread co-
infections of HIV/AIDS patients or infections associated with non-communicable disease
conditions of poverty in developing countries. This FOA will utilize the D43 grant mechanism.


Title
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Center for the Humanities at Wesleyan University
Contact:             Professor Jill Morawski, Director
Tel:                 860-685-3044           860-685-3044
Email:               jmorawski@wesleyan.edu
Program URL:       http://www.wesleyan.edu/chum/post_doc_fellowship.html
Deadline(s)
1/10/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



One Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow will be appointed to the Wesleyan University Center for the
Humanities for the whole academic year, 2012-2013, and will be awarded a stipend of
$40,000.


Title
General Support Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Seventh Generation Fund
Contact:
Tel:                 707-825-7640           707-825-7640
Email:               info@7genfund.org
Program URL:       http://www.7genfund.org/grant_making_guidelines.php
Deadline(s)
6/1/2011,10/1/2011,2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor directs its small grants to Indigenous communities and organizations. The
sponsor's approach is holistic in nature and Native-centered.


Title
Filson Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Filson Historical Society
Contact:             A. Glenn Crothers, Director of Research
Tel:                 502-635-5083           502-635-5083
Email:               crothers@filsonhistorical.org
Program URL:       http://www.filsonhistorical.org/fellowships.html
                     Deadline(s)
                     2/15/2012,10/15/2012
                     Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                     The sponsor provides a one to two week-long fellowship with stipend allowing applicants to
                     make use of the sponsor's research libraries.


                     Title
                     Henry P. David Grants for Research and International Travel in Human Reproductive
                     Behavior and Population Studies
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            American Psychological Foundation
                     Contact:            Parie Kadir, Program Officer
                     Tel:                202-336-5843           202-336-5843
                     Email:              pkadir@apa.org
                     Program URL:       http://www.apa.org/apf/funding/david-rfp.pdf
                     Deadline(s)
                     2/15/2012
                     Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis



                     The APF David Grants support young professionals with a demonstrated interest in behavioral
                     aspects of human reproductive behavior or an area related to population concerns.


                     Title
                     Educational Programs for Demography and Population Science, Family Planning and
                     Contraception, and Reproductive Research (R25)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:            Regina Bures, Ph.D.
                     Tel:                301-496-9485           301-496-9485
                     Email:              regina.bures@nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-292.html


1/25/2012,5/7/2012,5/25/2012,9/7/2012,9/25/2012,1/7/2013,1/25/2013,5/7/2013,5/25/2013,9/7/2013,9/25/2013,1/7/2014,1/25/2014,5/7/2014
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                               Synopsis
The sponsor invites applications for educational activities related to Demography and
Population Science, Family Planning and Contraception, and Reproductive Research. NICHD
encourages applications for educational programs for interdisciplinary approaches,
methodology, and the dissemination and use of existing datasets. This FOA will utilize the NIH
R25 Education Projects award mechanism.


Title
Teaching Enhancement Fund Small Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American Sociological Association
Contact:
Tel:                 202-383-9005            202-383-9005
Email:               apap@asanet.org
Program URL:        http://www.asanet.org/funding/tef.cfm
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor provides support to an individual, a department, a program, or a committee of a
state/regional association for projects that extend the quality of teaching within the discipline
of sociology.


Title
Developmental and Learning Sciences (DLS)--Workshops and Small Conferences (SBE-
-BCS)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:             Peter Vishton- Program Director
Tel:                 703-292-7305            703-292-7305
Email:               pvishton@nsf.gov
Program URL:        http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=8671
Deadline(s)
7/15/2011,1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



DLS supports fundamental research that increases our understanding of cognitive, linguistic,
social, cultural, and biological processes related to children's and adolescents' development
and learning. The sponsor will provide funding for workshops and small conferences in this
area.


Title
Developmental and Learning Sciences (DLS)--Individual Investigator Research Projects
(SBE--BCS)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:            Peter Vishton- Program Director
Tel:                703-292-7305           703-292-7305
Email:              pvishton@nsf.gov
Program URL:        http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=8671
Deadline(s)
7/15/2011,1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



DLS supports fundamental research that increases our understanding of cognitive, linguistic,
social, cultural, and biological processes related to children's and adolescents' development
and learning. Research supported by this program will add to our basic knowledge of how
people learn and the underlying developmental processes that support learning, with the
objective of leading to better educated children and adolescents who grow up to take
productive roles as workers and as citizens.


Title
Legacy Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Antiquarian Society
Contact:
Tel:                508-755-5221           508-755-5221
Email:              academicfellowships@mwa.org
Program URL:        http://www.americanantiquarian.org/legacy.htm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Legacy Fellowship is awarded for research on any topic supported by the collections.


Title
Political Science
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:           Brian D. Humes, Program Director
Tel:               703-292-7284           703-292-7284
Email:             bhumes@nsf.gov
Program URL:       http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5418
Deadline(s)
8/15/2011,1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                         Synopsis



The Political Science Program supports scientific research that advances knowledge and
understanding of citizenship, government, and politics.


Title
Cultural Anthropology
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:           Deborah Winslow
Tel:               703-292-7315           703-292-7315
Email:             dwinslow@nsf.gov
Program URL:       http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5388
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012,1/16/2012,3/15/2012,8/15/2012,8/16/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                        NO RESTRICTIONS
                                         Synopsis



The Cultural Anthropology Program supports basic scientific research about the causes,
consequences, and complexities of human social and cultural variability.


Title
Geography and Spatial Sciences
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:           Thomas J. Baerwald, Program Director
Tel:               703-292-7301           703-292-7301
Email:             tbaerwal@nsf.gov
Program URL:       http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5410
Deadline(s)
8/15/2011,10/15/2011,1/15/2012,2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Geography and Regional Science (GRS) Program sponsors research on the geographic
distributions and interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on the Earth's surface.


Title
Research Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Early American Industries Association
Contact:            John H. Verrill, Executive Director
Tel:
Email:              execdirector@eaiainfo.org
Program URL:        http://www.eaiainfo.org/grant_application_2011.pdf
Deadline(s)
3/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides support for research projects for the preservation and presentation of
historic trades, crafts, and tools, and the interpretation of their impact on our lives. The
maximum grant is $2,000.


Title
Bogliasco Fellowship Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Bogliasco Foundation
Contact:
Tel:
Email:              info@bfny.org
Program URL:        http://www.bfny.org/english/fellowships.cfm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012,4/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Support is provided to qualified persons doing advanced creative work or scholarly research in
the disciplines of archaeology; architecture; classics; dance; film or video; history; landscape
architecture; literature; music; philosophy; theater; and visual arts.
Title
Postdoctoral Summer Travel Research Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0295              202-687-0295
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:        http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Support is provided to postdoctoral scholars in a social sciences or humanities discipline to
conduct research in Turkey. The maximum award is round-trip airfare to Turkey. Recipients
must spend a minimum of four weeks in Turkey.


Title
Tessa and Mortimer Wheeler Memorial Travel Fund
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society of Antiquaries of London
Contact:            General Secretary
Tel:                020-7479-7080
Email:              admin@sal.org.uk
Program URL:        http://cms.sal.org.uk/grants/tessaandmortimer/
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications from archaeology students who wish to enlarge their
experiences abroad.


Title
Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery - Fellowships in American Art
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Smithsonian Institution
Contact:            Amelia Goerlitz, Fellowship Program Administrator
Tel:                202-633-8353              202-633-8353
Email:              AmericanArtFellowships@si.edu
Program URL:        http://www.si.edu/ofg/Applications/SIFELL/SIFELLapp.htm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Smithsonian American Art Museum and its Renwick Gallery invite applications for
research fellowships in art and visual culture of the United States. Fellowships are residential
and support full-time independent and dissertation research.


Title
Junior Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Madison (James) Memorial Fellowship Foundation
Contact:
Tel:                202-653-8700            202-653-8700
Email:              madison@act.org.
Program URL:        http://www.jamesmadison.com/eligibility.htm
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor offers James Madison Fellowships to a select group of individuals desiring to
become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution. Junior Fellowships are awarded to
outstanding college seniors and college graduates without teaching experience who intend to
become secondary school teachers of American history, American government, or social
studies in grades 7–12. Junior Fellows are expected to complete graduate study within 2
academic years of full-time study.


Title
ACOR--National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Schools of Oriental Research
Contact:
Tel:                617-353-6571            617-353-6571
Email:              acor@bu.edu
Program URL:        http://www.bu.edu/acor/1page12-13.htm
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor offers one to two awards of three to six months for scholars who have a Ph.D. or
have completed their professional training.


Title
Empowering Women and Girls Through Sports
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs/Department of State
Contact:            Beth Fine, Office of Citizen Exchanges
Tel:                (202) 632–6061           (202) 632–6061
Email:              FineEH@state.gov
                   http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2011-12-08/pdf/2011-31392.pd
Program URL:
                   f
Deadline(s)
2/6/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Office of Citizen Exchanges of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announces
an open competition for Empowering Women and Girls through Sport Program as part of the
International Sports Programming Initiative. This initiative will consist of approximately 12
short-term U.S.-based and overseas programs focused on using sport as a tool for women’s
empowerment. The program envisions approximately 115 participants from overseas coming
to the U.S., and approximately 20 American participants traveling overseas.


Title
RFA-NR-12-005--Palliative Care and End of Life in People Living with HIV/AIDS (R21)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Lynda Hardy, Ph.D, RN
Tel:                301-594-5976           301-594-5976
Email:              hardylr@mail.nih.gov
                   http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-NR-12-005.
Program URL:
                   html
Deadline(s)
2/22/2012,3/22/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis
National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) invites applications focused on current palliative
care (PC) and end of life (EOL) needs in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Highly active
antiretroviral treatment (HAART) has prolonged the lives of PLWHA leading to increasing
numbers of people in the later stages of disease in need of quality PC and EOL support. This
is particularly important in populations where HIV/AIDS is most prevalent and mortality from
HIV/AIDS is the highest. This FOA will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant
mechanism.


Title
RFA-NR-12-004--Palliative Care and End of Life in People Living with HIV/AIDS(R01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute of Nursing Research/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Lynda Hardy, Ph.D, RN
Tel:                301-594-5976            301-594-5976
Email:              hardylr@mail.nih.gov
                    http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-NR-12-004.
Program URL:
                    html
Deadline(s)
2/22/2012,3/22/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) invites applications focused on current palliative
care (PC) and end of life (EOL) needs in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Highly active
antiretroviral treatment (HAART) has prolonged the lives of PLWHA leading to increasing
numbers of people in the later stages of disease in need of quality PC and EOL support. This
is particularly important in populations where HIV/AIDS is most prevalent and mortality from
HIV/AIDS is the highest. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
mechanism.


Title
Lionel C. Barrow Jr. Award for Distinguished Achievement in Diversity Research and
Education
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Contact:
Tel:                803-798-0271            803-798-0271
Email:
Program URL:        http://www.aejmc.org/home/2011/11/barrow-award/
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



Nominations are now being sought for The Lionel C. Barrow Jr. Award for Distinguished
Achievement in Diversity Research and Education. This award, jointly supported by the
Minorities and Communication (MAC) Division and the Commission on the Status of Minorities
(CSM) recognizes outstanding individual accomplishment and leadership in diversity efforts
for underrepresented groups by race and ethnicity, in Journalism and Mass Communication.


Title
Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grant
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Psi Chi: The National Honor Society in Psychology
Contact:
Tel:                423-771-9969           423-771-9969
Email:              awards@psichi.org
Program URL:        https://www.psichi.org/pdf/mamiegrant.pdf
Deadline(s)
11/1/2011,2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



All Psi Chi members (faculty, graduate and undergraduate students) are eligible for the Mamie
Phipps Clark Research Grant. Each grant offers up to $1,500 to defray the costs of conducting
a research project focusing on ethnic minorities.


Title
Sociology (SBE--SES)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:            Patricia E. White, Program Director
Tel:                703-292-8762           703-292-8762
Email:              pwhite@nsf.gov
Program URL:        http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5369
Deadline(s)
8/15/2011,10/15/2011,1/15/2012,2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



Support is provided for research in sociology.
Title
Lifetime Achievement Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Society for American Archaeology
Contact:             Miriam T. Stark
Tel:                 808-956-7552            808-956-7552
Email:               :miriams@hawaii.edu
                    http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/LifetimeAchievementAwa
Program URL:
                    rd/tabid/176/Default.aspx
Deadline(s)
1/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented annually to an archaeologist for specific
accomplishments that are truly extraordinary, widely recognized as such, and of positive and
lasting quality. Recognition can be granted to an archaeologist of any nationality for activities
within any theoretical framework, for work in any part of the world, and for a wide range of
areas relating to archaeology, including but not limited to research or service.


Title
Award for Excellence in Latin American and Caribbean Archaeology
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Society for American Archaeology
Contact:             Emily McClung de Tapia
Tel:                 (52)55-5622-9503
Email:               emily.mclungtapia@gmail.com
                    http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/AwardforExcellenceinLa
Program URL:
                    tinAmericanandCaribbe/tabid/1451/Default.aspx
Deadline(s)
1/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Award for Excellence in Latin American and Caribbean Archaeology will be presented
annually to an individual who has made a lasting and significant contribution to the practice of
archaeology and/or to the construction of archaeological knowledge in Latin America or the
Caribbean.


Title
                    Award for Excellence in Public Education
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Society for American Archaeology
                     Contact:           Jeanne Moe
                     Tel:               406-994-7582            406-994-7582
                     Email:             jmoe@montana.edu
                                       http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/AwardforExcellenceinPu
                     Program URL:
                                       blicEducation/tabid/178/Default.aspx
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/10/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                                Synopsis



                    This award acknowledges excellence in the sharing of archaeological information with the
                    public. The award is conferred on a rotating, 3-year cycle of categories. The category for 2012
                    is the Community Category.


                    Title
                    Implications of the Economic Downturn for Health, Wealth, and Work at Older Ages
                    (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John W. R. Phillips, PhD
                     Tel:               301-496-3138            301-496-3138
                     Email:             john.phillips@nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-12-009.html


2,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5/7/2014,6/5/2014,9/7/2014,10
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                                Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for research on the implications of exogenous shocks, such
                    as those produced by the recent economic downturn, for health, economic circumstances, and
                    planning throughout the life-cycle. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
                    mechanism.


                    Title
                    Bunche Center Summer Humanities Institute (SHI)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           University of California, Los Angeles
Contact:
Tel:                310-825-7403            310-825-7403
Email:              mailto:outreach@grad.ucla.edu
Program URL:        http://www.gdnet.ucla.edu/asis/srp/srpintro.htm
Deadline(s)
2/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor welcomes applications for their eight-week preparatory program designed to
enhance the competencies of students who plan to pursue an MA or Ph.D. in the humanities
or humanistic social sciences (African American studies, anthropology, art history,
cultural/critical studies, ethnomusicology, history, literature, political science, sociology).


Title
Award for Excellence in Cultural Resource Management
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society for American Archaeology
Contact:            William G. Reed
Tel:                801-625-5786            801-625-5786
Email:              wgreed@fs.fed.us 80
                    http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/AwardForExcellenceinCu
Program URL:
                    lturalResourceManageme/tabid/168/Default.aspx
Deadline(s)
1/10/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Award for Excellence in Cultural Resource Management Award recognizes an individual
or a group to recognize lifetime contributions and special achievements in the categories of
program administration/management, site preservation, and research in cultural resource
management. The candidates may include individuals employed by federal, state, or local
government agencies. This category is intended to recognize long-term, sustained research
efforts and may encompass more than one site.




Title
Award for Excellence in Archaeological Analysis
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society for American Archaeology
Contact:            Karen Harry
Tel:                702-895-2534            702-895-2534
Email:              karen.harry@unlv.edu
                    http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/AwardforExcellenceinAr
Program URL:
                    chaeologicalAnalysis/tabid/164/Default.aspx
Deadline(s)
1/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



This award is presented as special recognition of excellence by an archaeologist whose
innovative research and enduring contributions have had a significant impact on the discipline.
The award recipient will have mastered the difficult challenge of bridging good ideas with
empirical evidence or interpretive methods within a particular class of archaeological materials
or over a broad range of materials.


Title
Formative Research on Use of Mobile Applications (“app”) to Increase HIV Testing
Behavior and HIV Prevention with Positive Persons
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
Contact:            Eileen Yee, MD, Scientific Program Officer
Tel:                404-718-8834            404-718-8834
Email:              EYee@cdc.gov
                    http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=HxWmTBNGFL
Program URL:        LkHhV0FZ8bbhvdGS2Ghk3b25M7FjvD5mhDLp7nS70C!-
                    2085669396?oppId=130514&mode=VIEW
Deadline(s)
1/6/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention invites applications to
conduct formative research to understand the needs, barriers, and facilitators of using mobile
phone applications (‘apps’) for HIV prevention. Findings from this project will be used by the
CDC to develop future HIV prevention mobile apps to support public health. This FOA will
utilize the U01 Research Project Cooperative Agreements award mechanism.


Title
Research Fellowship Grant
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM)
Contact:
Tel:                +65 6332 2982            +65 6332 2982
Email:              nhb_acm_rpu@nhb.gov.sg
                    http://www.acm.org.sg/resources/file/research%20unit/ACM%20R
Program URL:
                    esearch%20Fellowship%202012-13%20Information%20Sheet.pdf
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Asian Civilisations Museum invites scholars to apply for fellowships in areas related to the
museum’s collections, and specifically in Peranakan material culture, Confucianism, or
Christianity in Asia (up to 1800) – topics of future exhibitions. The research fellowships
support in-depth original study and writing on specialised aspects of Asian culture.
Applications will be screened by a committee of curators and scholars.


Title
Training Program for Scientists Conducting Research to Reduce HIV/STI Health
Disparities
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
Contact:            Mimi Wolff
Tel:                415-597-8144            415-597-8144
Email:              mimi.wolff@ucsf.edu
Program URL:        http://caps.ucsf.edu/training/training-scientists-research/
Deadline(s)
1/17/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) Training Program for Scientists Conducting
Research to Reduce HIV/STI Health Disparities is designed to assist investigators already
conducting HIV-prevention research with ethnic minority communities to improve their
programs of research and obtain additional funding for their work. The goals of the program
are: To increase the quantity and quality of HIV prevention research targeting vulnerable
ethnic minority populations; To develop theory-based, culture-specific research methods for
effective HIV prevention interventions; To increase the number of minority group members
among principal investigators funded by the NIH, CDC and other agencies.


Title
Wiener Laboratory Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:            Sherry C. Fox, Wiener Laboratory Director
Tel:
Email:              application@ascsa.org
Program URL:       http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/WL_Fellowships.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor offers Wiener Laboratory Fellowships annually to graduate students or
postdoctoral scholars working on well-defined projects in skeletal, faunal, geoarchaeological,
or environmental studies. The fellowship is for one academic year and will award a stipend
from $15,500 to $27,000, depending on seniority and experience.


Title
Anna C. and Oliver C. Colburn Fellowship (AIA)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:
Tel:                609-683-0800           609-683-0800
Email:              application@ascsa.org
Program URL:       http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/colburn_aia.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor offers this fellowship in classical archaeology for a maximum period of one year.
The fellowship includes a stipend of $11000 for school fees. The Fellow is expected to submit
an abstract to the AIA Program Committee within two years, in accordance with that
committee's guidelines, in order to present a paper on their research at the AIA Annual
Meeting. The sponsor expects that copies of all publications that result from research
conducted as a Fellow of the ASCSA be contributed to the Blegen Library of the School.


Title
RFA-MH-12-130--Basic Research on Decision Making: Cognitive, Affective, and
Developmental Perspectives (R01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute of Mental Health/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Janine Simmons, M.D., Ph.D.
Tel:                301-443-1576           301-443-1576
                     Email:             janine.simmons@nih.gov
                                       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-MH-12-130.
                     Program URL:
                                       html
                    Deadline(s)
                    12/18/2011,1/18/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsors invite applications that propose to increase understanding of the basic
                    cognitive, affective, motivational, and social processes that underlie decision making across
                    the lifespan. This includes an appreciation of the interactions among the psychological,
                    neurobiological, and behavioral processes in decision making. It also includes consideration of
                    the mediating and/or moderating influences of genetics, physiology, the social environment,
                    and culture. This FOA is issued as part of the NIH Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences
                    Opportunity Network (OppNet). This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
                    mechanism.


                    Title
                    Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research (R03)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Kevin P. Conway, Ph.D., Acting Branch Chief
                     Tel:               301-443-6504           301-443-6504
                     Email:             kconway@nida.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-313.html


/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications that propose to advance the science of drug abuse and drug-
                    related HIV prevention through 1) the development of novel prevention approaches, 2) the
                    testing of novel and adapted prevention intervention approaches 3) the elucidation of
                    processes associated with the selection, adoption, adaptation, implementation, sustainability,
                    and financing of empirically validated interventions, and 4) the development of new
                    methodologies suitable for the design and analysis of prevention research studies. Programs
                    of research are intended to provide pathways toward the discovery of population-level
                    approaches for the prevention of drug abuse and dependence, drug-related problems (such
                    as mental health, interpersonal violence, criminal involvement, and productivity loss), and
                    drug-related disorders (e.g., comorbid drug and psychiatric disorders; infections such as HIV,
                    hepatitis B, and hepatitis C). This program will use the NIH Small Research Grant (R03)
                    award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research (R21)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Kevin P. Conway, Ph.D., Acting Branch Chief
                     Tel:               301-443-6504           301-443-6504
                     Email:             kconway@nida.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-312.html


/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications that propose to advance the science of drug abuse and drug-
                    related HIV prevention through 1) the development of novel prevention approaches, 2) the
                    testing of novel and adapted prevention intervention approaches 3) the elucidation of
                    processes associated with the selection, adoption, adaptation, implementation, sustainability,
                    and financing of empirically validated interventions, and 4) the development of new
                    methodologies suitable for the design and analysis of prevention research studies. Programs
                    of research are intended to provide pathways toward the discovery of population-level
                    approaches for the prevention of drug abuse and dependence, drug-related problems (such
                    as mental health, interpersonal violence, criminal involvement, and productivity loss), and
                    drug-related disorders (e.g., comorbid drug and psychiatric disorders; infections such as HIV,
                    hepatitis B, and hepatitis C). This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21)
                    grant mechanism.


                    Title
                    Drug Abuse Prevention Intervention Research (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Kevin P. Conway, Ph.D., Acting Branch Chief
                     Tel:               301-443-6504           301-443-6504
                     Email:             kconway@nida.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-311.html


12,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5/7/2014,6
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications that propose to advance the science of drug abuse and drug-
                    related HIV prevention through 1) the development of novel prevention approaches, 2) the
                    testing of novel and adapted prevention intervention approaches 3) the elucidation of
                    processes associated with the selection, adoption, adaptation, implementation, sustainability,
                    and financing of empirically validated interventions, and 4) the development of new
                    methodologies suitable for the design and analysis of prevention research studies. Programs
                    of research are intended to provide pathways toward the discovery of population-level
                    approaches for the prevention of drug abuse and dependence, drug-related problems (such
                    as mental health, interpersonal violence, criminal involvement, and productivity loss), and
                    drug-related disorders (e.g., comorbid drug and psychiatric disorders; infections such as HIV,
                    hepatitis B, and hepatitis C). This program will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
                    mechanism.


                    Title
                    Secondary Analysis of Existing Alcohol Epidemiology Data (R03)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Wenxing Zha, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-443-0633           301-443-0633
                     Email:             zhaw@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-309.html


/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications that propose to conduct secondary analysis of existing data
                    sets. NIAAA seeks to enhance the understanding of the patterns of alcohol consumption and
                    the epidemiology of alcohol-related problems. This program will use the NIH Small Research
                    Grant (R03) award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Social and Behavioral Research on the Elderly in Disasters (R21)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John G. Haaga, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3131           301-496-3131
                     Email:             HaagaJ@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-265.html


/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsors invite applications that propose to conduct research in the behavioral and social
                    sciences on the consequences of natural and man-made disasters for the health and well-
                    being of the elderly, with an ultimate goal of preventing or mitigating harmful consequences.
                    Disasters include weather-related events, earthquakes, tsunamis, large-scale attacks on
                    civilian populations, technological catastrophes, and pandemics. This program will use the
                    NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


                    Title
                    Social and Behavioral Research on the Elderly in Disasters (R03)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John G. Haaga, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3131           301-496-3131
                     Email:             HaagaJ@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-264.html


/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/2014,2/16/2014,5/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsors invite applications that propose to conduct research in the behavioral and social
                    sciences on the consequences of natural and man-made disasters for the health and well-
                    being of the elderly, with an ultimate goal of preventing or mitigating harmful consequences.
                    Disasters include weather-related events, earthquakes, tsunamis, large-scale attacks on
                    civilian populations, technological catastrophes, and pandemics. This program will use the
                    NIH Small Research Grant (R03) award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Social and Behavioral Research on the Elderly in Disasters (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John G. Haaga, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3131           301-496-3131
                     Email:             HaagaJ@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-263.html


12,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5/7/2014,6
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsors invite applications that propose to conduct research in the behavioral and social
                    sciences on the consequences of natural and man-made disasters for the health and well-
                    being of the elderly, with an ultimate goal of preventing or mitigating harmful consequences.
                    Disasters include weather-related events, earthquakes, tsunamis, large-scale attacks on
                    civilian populations, technological catastrophes, and pandemics. This FOA will use the NIH
                     Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


                     Title
                     NICHD Continuing Education Training Programs (T15)
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:            Dennis A. Twombly, Ph.D.
                     Tel:                01-301-451-3371
                     Email:              dtwombly@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-233.html


1/25/2012,5/7/2012,5/25/2012,9/7/2012,9/25/2012,1/7/2013,1/25/2013,5/7/2013,5/25/2013,9/7/2013,9/25/2013,1/7/2014,1/25/2014,5/7/2014
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                     The sponsor invites applications for grants to develop and conduct short-term continuing
                     education programs to improve the knowledge and skills of a broad-based community of
                     biomedical and behavioral researchers conducting research on reproductive, developmental,
                     behavioral, social, and rehabilitative processes that determine the health and well-being of
                     newborns, infants, children, adults, families, and populations, and to disseminate course
                     materials and instructional experience to the scientific community. The program should
                     include both didactic and hands-on experiences. Programs focusing on uses of model
                     organisms are also encouraged. This FOA will utilize the NIH T15 Continuing Education
                     Training Grants award mechanism.


                     Title
                     Research Fellowship
                     Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:            Communal Studies Association
                     Contact:            Christian Goodwillie, Chairman
                     Tel:                319-622-6446          319-622-6446
                     Email:              president@communalstudies.org
                     Program URL:       http://www.communalstudies.org/fellowship
                     Deadline(s)
                     3/1/2012
                     Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                     The sponsor awards research fellowships of $1200. Half of the money is awarded upon
                     announcement of the successful grant application, with the second half given after
                     presentation of the research at a CSA conference. The winner is announced on May 1 of the
                     award year, and the research is presented at the following year’s conference (e.g. the 2011
award’s research is presented at the 2012 conference).


Title
Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Congressional Hunger Center (CHC)
Contact:
Tel:                 202-547-7022            202-547-7022       x29
Email:               fellows@hungercenter.org
Program URL:        http://www.emersonapplication.org/fellowship
Deadline(s)
1/17/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



Each year, twenty participants are selected from around the country for this year long
program; The Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program. Fellows assemble in Washington,
D.C. in August for a comprehensive orientation and field training, where they learn about
hunger and poverty in the United States, the local and national programs designed to address
the issues, and the various approaches to social change. Fellows are placed for five months
with community-based organizations involved in fighting hunger and poverty at the local level,
such as grassroots organizing groups, local advocates, economic development agencies, food
banks, and city/state government agencies. Each host organization identifies specific goals
and outcomes for the Fellows and provides the supervision and resources necessary to
accomplish them. In mid-February, the Fellows regroup in Washington, D.C. to debrief and
share their field experiences and participate in an extensive policy training to learn about
national anti-hunger and anti-poverty policy work. Fellows then work in nonprofit organizations
and government agencies involved in designing, implementing, researching, and advocating
for anti-hunger and anti-poverty policies at the national level. During their time in D.C., Fellows
complete research, outreach, advocacy, and public education projects that support national
policy initiatives. They also meet regularly for professional development trainings.


Title
Jacob M. Price Visiting Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Clements (William L.) Library
Contact:
Tel:                 734-764-2347            734-764-2347
Email:               clements-fellowships@umich.edu
Program URL:        http://www.clements.umich.edu/fellowship.php
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The Jacob M. Price Visiting Research Fellowships offer support for short-term research at the
                    Clements Library by graduate students and junior faculty on any topic of American history that
                    is supported by the collections. Grants are for $1,000 and require a minimum visit of one
                    week.


                    Title
                    NIA Limited Competition: Renewals of, and Revisions to, Existing Cooperative
                    Agreement Awards (U01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Robin A. Barr
                     Tel:               301-496-9322           301-496-9322
                     Email:             BarrR@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-213.html


11,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for renewal from current NIA-supported cooperative
                    agreements and revision applications from current NIA supported cooperative agreements
                    (U01 awards). This FOA will utilize the NIH U01 Research Project – Cooperative Agreements
                    award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Adele Dalsimer Prize for Distinguished Dissertation
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           American Conference for Irish Studies
                     Contact:           Professsor Michael DeNie, ACIS Dalsimer Prize Chair
                     Tel:
                     Email:             mdenie@westga.edu
                     Program URL:
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/9/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor awards an annual prize of $500 for an outstanding dissertation on an Irish
subject.


Title
Summer NIA Training
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Contact:            Jeri Jenkins
Tel:                415-209-2043            415-209-2043
Email:              jjenkins@buckinstitute.org
Program URL:        http://www.buckinstitute.org/content/summer-nia-training
Deadline(s)
3/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Summer Training Course provides intensive exposure to modern experimental
biogerontology for a group of 15 to 20 research scientists. It is designed primarily for junior
faculty and advanced fellows with at least two years postdoctoral experience in cellular or
molecular biogerontology or a related field. Senior scientists who wish to learn about current
aging research are also welcome.


Title
Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Ransom (Harry) Humanities Research Center
Contact:            Bridget Gayle
Tel:                512-232-3214            512-232-3214
Email:              brigayle@mail.utexas.edu
Program URL:        http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fellowships/application/
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor annually awards fellowships to support scholarly research projects in all areas of
the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and
cultural history. Applicants must demonstrate the necessity of substantial on-site use of the
Center's collections. Stipends are in the amount of $3,000 per month.


Title
Patrick Henry Writing Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Starr (C.V.) Center for the Study of the American Experience
Contact:            Jill Ogline Titus
Tel:                410-810-7161            410-810-7161
Email:              jtitus2@washcoll.edu
                   http://starrcenter.washcoll.edu/fellows/full_year_fellowship
Program URL:
                   s.php
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications for its fulltime residential fellowships, which support
outstanding writing on American history and culture by both scholars and nonacademic
authors. A stipend of $45,000 is available.


Title
Research Project Proposals
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            International Union for Quaternary Research
Contact:            Peter Coxon, Secretary-General
Tel:                353-1 896 1213
Email:              pcoxon@tcd.ie
Program URL:       http://www.inqua.org/forms.html
Deadline(s)
1/13/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



Sponsor provides seed monies for projects. Young scientists and scientists from developing
countries are given priority for travel assistance.


Title
NIA Program Project Applications (P01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Robin A. Barr, D.Phil
Tel:                301-496-9322            301-496-9322
                     Email:             BarrR@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-11-066.html
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/25/2012,5/7/2012,5/25/2012,9/7/2012,1/25/2013,5/7/2013,5/25/2013,9/7/2013
                    Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites the submission of investigator-initiated program project (P01)
                    applications. The applications may address scientific areas relevant to the NIA mission. Each
                    P01 submitted in response to this FOA must include at least three related research projects
                    that share a common central theme, focus, and/overall objective. This FOA will utilize the NIH
                    P01 Research Program Projects award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Translational Research to Help Older Adults Maintain their Health and Independence in
                    the Community (R21)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Dr. Sidney Stahl
                     Tel:               301-402-4156           301-402-4156
                     Email:             StahlS@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-124.html


/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for translational research that moves evidence-based
                    research findings towards the development of new interventions, programs, policies,
                    practices, and tools that can be used by community-based organizations to help elderly
                    individuals remain healthy and independent, and living in their own homes and communities.
                    The goal of this FOA is to support translational research involving collaborations between
                    academic research centers and community-based organizations with expertise serving the
                    elderly (such as city and state health departments, city/town leadership councils, and Area
                    Agencies on Aging) that will enhance our understanding of practical tools, techniques,
                    programs and policies that communities across the nation can use to more effectively respond
                    to needs of their aging populations. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental
                    (R21) grant mechanism.


                    Title
                    Translational Research to Help Older Adults Maintain their Health and Independence in
                    the Community (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Dr. Sidney Stahl
                     Tel:               301-402-4156          301-402-4156
                     Email:             StahlS@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-123.html


1,10/5/2011,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for translational research that moves evidence-based
                    research findings towards the development of new interventions, programs, policies,
                    practices, and tools that can be used by community-based organizations to help elderly
                    individuals remain healthy and independent, and living in their own homes and communities.
                    The goal of this FOA is to support translational research involving collaborations between
                    academic research centers and community-based organizations with expertise serving the
                    elderly (such as city and state health departments, city/town leadership councils, and Area
                    Agencies on Aging) that will enhance our understanding of practical tools, techniques,
                    programs and policies that communities across the nation can use to more effectively respond
                    to needs of their aging populations. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award
                    mechanism.


                    Title
                    Grants for Films
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Fledgling Fund
                     Contact:
                     Tel:               212-242-1680          212-242-1680
                     Email:             info@thefledglingfund.org
                                       http://www.thefledglingfund.org/media/application-process.ht
                     Program URL:
                                       ml
                    Deadline(s)
                    9/30/2011,2/17/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor is interested in supporting film and other media projects that engage key
                    audiences in efforts to affect positive social change.


                    Title
                    Innovative Creative Media Grants
                    Sponsor Information
         Sponsor:            Fledgling Fund
         Contact:
         Tel:                212-242-1680           212-242-1680
         Email:              info@thefledglingfund.org
                            http://www.thefledglingfund.org/media/application-process.ht
         Program URL:
                            ml
         Deadline(s)
         9/30/2011,2/17/2012
         Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                   Synopsis



         The sponsor is interested in supporting film and other media projects that engage key
         audiences in efforts to affect positive social change.


         Title
         Study of the United States Institutes for Student Leaders on U.S. History and
         Government
Sponsor Information
Sponsor: Department of State
Contact:    Joe Marrero
Tel:        202-632-3337           202-632-3337
Email:      MarreroJA@state.gov
Program http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=gwCLTKBK
URL:    nX1TrP187XHpp2pGlJ1RCdNnzZxc2BrGTnJW25JQyh0G!25223394?oppId=131593&mode=VIEW
         Deadline(s)
         1/13/2012
         Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                   Synopsis



         The Branch for the Study of the United States, Office of Academic Exchange Programs,
         Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), invites proposal submissions for the design
         and implementation of six (6) Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders on U.S. History
         and Government, pending the availability of funds. Participants will be drawn from countries
         throughout Central and South America and the Caribbean. Three institutes will be conducted
         entirely in Spanish, and the remaining three in English. Each academic institute will be five
         weeks in duration, including a one-week integrated study tour.


         Title
         Willie Hobbs Moore Scholarship
         Sponsor Information
         Sponsor:            National Society of Black Physicists
Contact:
Tel:                703-536-4207            703-536-4207
Email:              scholarship@nsbp.org
                    http://www.nsbp.org/attachments/wysiwyg/1/NSBP_Scholarship_A
Program URL:
                    pplication.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/13/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



This scholarship is offered in line with the sponsor's mission of promoting the professional
well-being of African American physicists and physics students within the international
scientific community and within society at large.


Title
FAS Marie Curie International Postdoc Fellowship Programme -- Incoming International
Postdoc (FIIP)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research
Contact:            Cecilia Grevby, International Secretary
Tel:                +46 8 775 40 74           +46 8 775 40 74
Email:              cecilia.grevby@fas.se
Program URL:
Deadline(s)
1/18/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



Support is provided for fellowships to give qualified researchers opportunity for knowledge and
competence exchange with the Swedish research society within the sponsor's areas of
responsibility. The objective is to develop competence and at the same time promote
international research mobility and cross-border research collaboration.


Title
Research Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Royal Archaeological Institute
Contact:            Sharon Gerber-Parfitt
Tel:
Email:              admin@royalarchinst.org
Program URL:       http://www.royalarchinst.org/grants
Deadline(s)
1/8/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Royal Archaeological Institute has research funds available each year as follows: Awards
from small three-figure sums up to around £5,000 are available each year from the RAI
Research Fund; up to £500 is available each year for scientific elements of archaeological
projects from the Tony Clark Memorial Fund; and up to £750 is available each year for
projects which preferably involve the excavation and exploration of Roman sites from the
Bunnell Lewis Research Fund. It is possible to apply for a grant from more than one of these
funds.


Title
Planning Grant for Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D71)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Fogarty International Center/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Barbara Sina Ph.D.
Tel:                301-402-9467           301-402-9467
Email:              Barbara.Sina@nih.gov
Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-262.html
Deadline(s)
4/21/2012,5/21/2012,4/21/2013,5/21/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications for planning grants in the Global Infectious Disease Research
Training Program (GID), The application must propose a plan to develop the components
necessary for an international research training program application to submit in response to
the D43 FOA (SPIN Program # 70543) for the Global Infectious Disease Research Training
Program (GID),. In developing an application for a planning grant, applicants need to be
aware of the objectives and special requirements of this program defined in the Global
Infectious Disease Research Training Program (GID) (D43),(PAR-10-260) Funding
Opportunity Announcement (FOA) The Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program
(GID) supports research training that will strengthen the capacity of institutions in low-and
middle-income countries (LMIC), defined by the World Bank classification system, to conduct
infectious disease (excluding HIV/AIDS) research. FIC will support planning grants for
research-training programs that focus on major endemic or life-threatening emerging
infectious diseases, neglected tropical diseases, widespread co-infections of HIV/AIDS
patients or infections associated with non-communicable disease conditions of poverty in
developing countries (see the FIC Strategic Plan
http://www.fic.nih.gov/about/plan/strategicplan_08-12.htm and the Global Health Initiative
http://www.theglobalhealthinitiative.org/.) The planning grant application should be developed
and implemented collaboratively with all designated participating institutions. This FOA will
                    utilize the D71 grant mechanism.


                    Title
                    M. Louise Carpenter Gloeckner, M.D., Summer Research Fellowship
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Drexel University College of Medicine
                     Contact:           Joanne Murray, Director
                     Tel:               215-991-8340             215-991-8340
                     Email:             jmurray@drexelmed.edu
                     Program URL:       http://archives.drexelmed.edu/gloecknerapp.pdf
                    Deadline(s)
                    3/1/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                                 Synopsis



                    An award is available for research in residence at the Archives and Special Collections on
                    Women in Medicine. This is a competitive annual fellowship.


                    Title
                    Family and Interpersonal Relationships in an Aging Context (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Erica L. Spotts, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496.3136
                     Email:             spottse@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-128.html


1,10/5/2011,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                                 Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications on aging and the family. The objective of this research
                    program is to expand understanding of the role of families and interpersonal relationships in
                    the health and wellbeing of older people. This will be accomplished through increasing
                    scientific knowledge on the effects of family and interpersonal relationships on behavioral and
                    social processes of relevance to aging; and on how these processes change over the life
                    course and across cohorts. A broad range of methods and approaches are encouraged. This
                    FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


                    Title
Climate Change and Health: Assessing and Modeling Population Vulnerability to
Climate Change (R21)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Caroline H. Dilworth, PhD, Program Administrator
Tel:                 919-541-7727           919-541-7727
Email:               dilworthch@niehs.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-235.html
Deadline(s)
4/24/2011,5/24/2011,4/24/2012,5/24/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsors invite applications to examine the differential risk factors of populations that lead
to or are associated with increased vulnerability to exposures, diseases and other adverse
health outcomes related to climate change. Applications may involve either applied research
studies that address specific hypotheses about risk factors or population characteristics
associated with increased vulnerability, or research projects to develop general models or
methods for identifying and characterizing population vulnerability to climate change. The
ultimate goal of this research program is to help inform climate change adaptation and public
health interventions to reduce current and future vulnerability of various populations to the
health effects of climate change. Applications are anticipated to involve a multidisciplinary
research team, including experts in health sciences and climatology as well as geography,
modeling, statistics, demography, and social and behavioral sciences as appropriate. In
addition, partnerships with community-based or advocacy organizations, public health
officials, urban planners and others are encouraged. This program will use the NIH
Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


Title
Culture and the Arts Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Mentor Graphics Foundation
Contact:
Tel:
Email:               mentorgraphics_foundation@mentor.com
Program URL:        http://www.mentor.com/company/foundation/
Deadline(s)
2/28/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor will award up to $25,000 for culture and arts projects.
                    Title
                    Secondary Analysis of Existing Alcohol Epidemiology Data (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           Wenxing Zha, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-443-0633          301-443-0633
                     Email:             zhaw@mail.nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-308.html


12,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2/5/2014,5/7/2014,6
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications that propose to conduct secondary analysis of existing data
                    sets. NIAAA seeks to enhance the understanding of the patterns of alcohol consumption and
                    the epidemiology of alcohol-related problems. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project
                    (R01) award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Henry S. Robinson Corinth Research Fellowship
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           American School of Classical Studies at Athens
                     Contact:
                     Tel:               (+30) 213 000 2400          (+30) 213 000 2400
                     Email:             ascsa_info@ascsa.edu.gr
                                       http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/index.php/admission-membership/grant
                     Program URL:
                                       s/
                    Deadline(s)
                    1/15/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                    The Henry S. Robinson Fellowship is funded to encourage research at the ASCSA
                    excavations at Ancient Corinth. The fellowship award is up to $4,500 for one or more
                    individuals.


                    Title
                    Economics of Retirement (R21)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John W. R. Phillips, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3138            301-496-3138
                     Email:             John.Phillips@nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-140.html


/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for research on the economic and health-related factors that
                    influence older persons’ choices on labor force participation as they near typical retirement
                    age and throughout the later stages of life. This program will use the NIH
                    Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


                    Title
                    Economics of Retirement (R03)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John W. R. Phillips, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3138            301-496-3138
                     Email:             John.Phillips@nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-139.html


/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013,2/16/2013,5/7/2013,6/16/2013,9/7/2013,10/16/2013,1/7/20
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for research on the economic and health-related factors that
                    influence older persons’ choices on labor force participation as they near typical retirement
                    age and throughout the later stages of life. This program will use the NIH Small Research
                    Grant (R03) award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Economics of Retirement (R01)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
                     Contact:           John W. R. Phillips, Ph.D.
                     Tel:               301-496-3138            301-496-3138
                     Email:             John.Phillips@nih.gov
                     Program URL:      http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-11-138.html
1,10/5/2011,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013,2/5/2013,5/7/2013,6/5/2013,9/7/2013,10/5/2013,1/7/2014,2
                     Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor invites applications for research on the economic and health-related factors that
                    influence older persons’ choices on labor force participation as they near typical retirement
                    age and throughout the later stages of life. This FOA will use the NIH Research Project (R01)
                    award mechanism.


                    Title
                    Cultural Anthropology Scholars Awards--Methodological Training for Cultural
                    Anthropologists (SBE--BCS)
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
                     Contact:           Deborah Winslow, Program Director
                     Tel:               703-292-7315           703-292-7315
                     Email:             dwinslow@nsf.gov
                     Program URL:      http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5321
                    Deadline(s)
                    8/16/2011,1/16/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis



                    The sponsor supports methodological training by cultural anthropologists who are active
                    researchers.


                    Title
                    CEAS Summer Grants
                    Sponsor Information
                     Sponsor:           Center for East Asian Studies
                     Contact:           John Groschwitz
                     Tel:
                     Email:             jgroschwitz@stanford.edu
                                       http://ceas.stanford.edu/docs/fellowship/CEAS%20Summer%20Gra
                     Program URL:
                                       nt%20Guidelines.pdf
                    Deadline(s)
                    2/13/2012
                    Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                              Synopsis
These grants provide continuing registered Stanford M.A. and Ph.D. students funding for
academically related summer work such as formal language training, required coursework,
field work, dissertation research, or dissertation write-up.


Title
Applied Urban Communication Research Grant
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Urban Communication Foundation
Contact:            Ronald C. Arnett, Executive Director, ECA
Tel:
Email:              info@urbancom.org
Program URL:       http://www.urbancomm.org/awards.php#gpm1_5
Deadline(s)
3/5/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Applied Urban Communication Research Grant is an annually endowed prize given to
foster and promote significant interdisciplinary communication research contributions that
extend the boundaries of "applied research" by investigating real-life communication
phenomena affecting urban communities.


Title
Gene Burd Urban Journalism Research Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Urban Communication Foundation
Contact:            Frank Esser
Tel:
Email:              f.esser@ipmz.uzh.ch
Program URL:       http://www.urbancomm.org/awards.php#gpm1_7
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                            NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



This prize recognizes and rewards doctoral dissertation research in urban journalism.


Title
NICHD Program Project Grant (P01)
                Sponsor Information
                 Sponsor:           National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
                 Contact:           Gilman Grave, M.D., Director
                 Tel:               301-496-5097           301-496-5097
                 Email:             graveg@mail.nih.gov
                 Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-245.html
Deadline(s)
9/7/2011,9/25/2011,1/7/2012,1/25/2012,5/7/2012,5/25/2012,9/7/2012,9/25/2012,1/7/2013,1/25/2013,5/7/2013,5/25/2013,9/7/2013
                Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                          Synopsis



                The sponsor invites applications for innovative, multidisciplinary, interactive, and synergistic
                program project grant applications from institutions/organizations that propose to conduct
                research on reproductive, developmental, behavioral, social, and rehabilitative processes that
                determine the health or functioning of newborns, infants, children, adults, families, and
                populations. The purpose of the P01 mechanism is to encourage investigation of complex
                problems relevant to NlCHD's mission and to facilitate economy of effort, space, and
                equipment. Under appropriate circumstances, the collaborative research effort of a program
                project can accelerate the acquisition of knowledge more effectively than a simple aggregate
                of research projects without thematic integration. This FOA will utilize the NIH Program Project
                (P01) grant mechanism.


                Title
                Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
                Sponsor Information
                 Sponsor:           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
                 Contact:           Shirley Olson
                 Tel:               217-333-7781           217-333-7781
                 Email:             sla@illinois.edu
                 Program URL:       http://www.afro.illinois.edu/education/postdoc/index.html
                Deadline(s)
                1/15/2012
                Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                          Synopsis



                The Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-
                Champaign assists scholars who study African Americans and transnational Black populations
                in the U.S. For African Americanists committed to university teaching and research, this
                fellowship program provides a stipend, close association with faculty at the university and
                assistance in furthering the fellow's development as a productive scholar. One postdoctoral
                fellowship is available with the Department of African American Studies for 2012-2013.
Title
International Summer Research Workshops for Scholars
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contact:            Krista Hegburg
Tel:                202-488-0459           202-488-0459
Email:              khegburg@ushmm.org
Program URL:       http://www.ushmm.org/research/center/workshops/guideline/
Deadline(s)
1/27/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies solicits proposals from scholars to coordinate
two-week research workshops at the Museum during the months of June, July, and August.
Established in 1999, the Center’s Summer Research Workshop program provides an
environment in which groups of scholars working in closely related areas of study—but with
limited previous face-to-face interaction—can gather to discuss a central research question or
issue; their research methodologies and findings; the major challenges facing their work; and
potential future collaborative scholarly ventures.


Title
Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Swedish Council of America
Contact:            Elise Peters, Executive Director
Tel:                612-871-0593           612-871-0593
Email:              swedcoun@swedishcouncil.org
                   http://www.swedishcouncil.org/media/8983/2012%20guidelines.p
Program URL:
                   df
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor makes grants for projects that promote knowledge and understanding of
Swedish-American culture, Swedish heritage, or the cultural ties between Sweden and the
United States.


Title
Center for the Study of American Politics - Research Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Yale University
Contact:            Pamela Greene
Tel:                203-432-3052            203-432-3052
Email:              pamela.greene@yale.edu
Program URL:        http://www.yale.edu/csap/fellowships.htm
Deadline(s)
1/13/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Center for the Study of American Politics at the Yale Institution for Social and Policy
Studies (ISPS) offers research fellowships for postdoctoral students, junior faculty, and senior
faculty working on projects in American Politics.


Title
Grants Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Gen Foundation
Contact:
Tel:                44 0 20 7495 5564
Email:              info@genfoundation.org.uk
Program URL:        http://www.genfoundation.org.uk/apply.html
Deadline(s)
3/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Gen Foundation is a charitable trust which principally provides grants to
students/researchers in biological, chemical, botanical, and food sciences. Exceptional
candidates in language, music, and art may also be considered.


Title
Sophia Smith Collection - Caroline D. Bain Scholars-in-Residence Awards
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Smith College Libraries
Contact:            Amy Hague
Tel:                413-585-2970            413-585-2970
Email:              specasst@smith.edu
         Program URL:        http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/ssc/grants.html
       Deadline(s)
       2/15/2012
       Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                    Synopsis



       The sponsor offers the Caroline D. Bain Scholars-in-Residence Awards to support research
       visits of four to six weeks up to $2500. The sponsor welcomes applications from faculty
       members, independent scholars, and graduate students who live at least 50 miles from
       Northampton, Massachusetts, and whose research interests and objectives would be
       significantly advanced by extended research in the holdings of either the Sophia Smith
       Collection or the Smith College Archives.


       Title
       Sophia Smith Collection - Margaret Storrs Grierson Scholars-in-Residence Awards
       Sponsor Information
         Sponsor:             Smith College Libraries
         Contact:             Amy Hague
         Tel:                 413-585-2970           413-585-2970
         Email:
         Program URL:        http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/ssc/grants.html
       Deadline(s)
       2/15/2012
       Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                    Synopsis



       The sponsor offers the Margaret Storrs Grierson Scholars-in-Residence Awards to support
       research visits of four to six weeks up to $2500. The sponsor welcomes applications from
       faculty members, independent scholars, and graduate students who live at least 50 miles from
       Northampton, Massachusetts, and whose research interests and objectives would be
       significantly advanced by extended research in the holdings of either the Sophia Smith
       Collection or the Smith College Archives.


       Title
       Economic Research Partnership
Sponsor Information
Sponsor: U.S. Agency for International Development
Contact:        Ryland Marbray, Agreement Specialist
Tel:
Email:          rmarbray@usaid.gov
Program http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=lJPTNfYY
URL:       nnGy1n2yhJC51b7fwgdgvJSnGPTyT1dnh4tnrT2BzvRk!351953415?oppId=86253&mode=VIEW
       Deadline(s)
       4/8/2012
       Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                   Synopsis



       USAID is looking to support research in economic development that is in line with Agency
       priorities in economic growth. Research proposals must focus on economic growth topics in
       the areas of Enabling Environments, Fiscal Policy, Trade and Investment Capacity, the
       Implications of International and Domestic Macroeconomic Policies and Trends on Economic
       Growth and Poverty Reduction in Low-income Countries, and Project/Policy Analysis. Priority
       will be given to proposals that take a cross-country approach.


       Title
       Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship - 2012-2014
       Sponsor Information
       Sponsor:            Cornell University
       Contact:            Megan Dirks, Program Administrator
       Tel:                607-255-9274            607-255-9274
       Email:              mmd226@cornell.edu
                          http://www.arts.cornell.edu/sochum/mellon_post-d_fellowships
       Program URL:
                          .html
       Deadline(s)
       1/6/2012
       Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                   Synopsis



       The sponsor will provide two postdoctoral teaching-research fellowships in the humanities,
       each awarded for the two-year period beginning July 2012. While in residence at Cornell,
       Mellon Fellows hold department affiliations and have limited teaching duties and the
       opportunity for scholarly work.


       Title
       AHRQ Small Research Grant Program (R03)
       Sponsor Information
       Sponsor:            Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality/DHHS
       Contact:            Lia Hotchkiss, M.P.H.
       Tel:                301-427-1620            301-427-1620
       Email:              Lia.Hotchkiss@ahrq.hhs.gov
       Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-168.html
  Deadline(s)
6/16/2011,10/16/2011,2/16/2012,6/16/2012,10/16/2012,2/16/2013,6/16/2013,10/16/2013,2/16/2014
  Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



 The sponsor encourages Small Research Grant (R03) applications, and expresses AHRQ
 portfolio priority areas of interest for ongoing small research projects. The R03 grant
 mechanism supports different types of health services research projects including pilot and
 feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing data; small, self-contained research projects;
 development of research methodology; and, development of new research technology.


 Title
 NSS Secondary and Post-Secondary Educator Grant
 Sponsor Information
  Sponsor:            National Speleological Society
  Contact:
  Tel:                256-852-1300            256-852-1300
  Email:              nss@caves.org
  Program URL:       http://www.caves.org/grants/SPSEGrant.html#apply
 Deadline(s)
 2/1/2012
 Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



 The Secondary and Post-Secondary Educator Grant was established for the purpose of
 investing the future of karst science by supporting projects initiated by and/or overseen by
 educators of secondary students and postsecondary undergraduates.


 Title
 Kinkade Grants
 Sponsor Information
  Sponsor:            Jacobs Research Funds
  Contact:
  Tel:
  Email:              jgrant@cob.org
  Program URL:       http://depts.washington.edu/jacobsf/application.html
 Deadline(s)
 2/15/2012
 Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis
The sponsor's grants honor the memory of the late Dale Kinkade, a linguist known for his work
on Salishan languages. The sponsor supports projects requiring an intense period of
fieldwork, such as research leading to a major work such as a dictionary, collection of texts,
etc. Priority is given to research on endangered cultures and languages, and to research on
the Pacific Northwest. The maximum award is $9000 USD or equivalent Canadian.


Title
Group Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Jacobs Research Funds
Contact:
Tel:
Email:              jgrant@cob.org
Program URL:        http://depts.washington.edu/jacobsf/application.html
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



This sponsor offers Group Grants that support work by two or more researchers who will be
cooperating on the same or similar projects. The researchers should be sharing field
expenses working with the same language, with the same speakers, and/or in the same
geographical area. The maximum award is $6000 USD or equivalent Canadian. This sponsor
funds projects involving fieldwork with living peoples that result in publication or other
dissemination of information about the fieldwork. Priority is given to research on endangered
cultures and languages, and to research on the Pacific Northwest.


Title
Individual Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Jacobs Research Funds
Contact:
Tel:
Email:              jgrant@cob.org
Program URL:        http://depts.washington.edu/jacobsf/application.html
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis
         This sponsor offers Individual Grants that support research projects administered by a single
         investigator on a focused problem. The maximum award is $3000 USD or equivalent
         Canadian. This sponsor funds projects involving fieldwork with living peoples that result in
         publication or other dissemination of information about the fieldwork. Priority is given to
         research on endangered cultures and languages, and to research on the Pacific Northwest.


         Title
         Youth Leadership Program with Algeria
Sponsor Information
Sponsor: Department of State
Contact:     Sarah Shields
Tel:         202-632-9261          202-632-9261
Email:       ShieldsSD@state.gov
Program http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do;jsessionid=MJXqTKnL
URL:    h09sQ1LD8JQbkHvjDqCXRbNZdyhmPZJRN5qsN2hYmpFJ!25223394?oppId=131594&mode=VIEW
         Deadline(s)
         1/4/2012
         Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                    Synopsis



         The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and the
         Public Affairs Sections (PAS) of the U.S. Embassy in Algiers are supporting the participation
         of high school youth and adult participants from Algeria in an intensive, U.S.-based exchange
         of approximately four weeks in length during the summer of 2012.

         The exchange activities will introduce the participants to a comprehensive survey of on civic
         education, youth leadership development, respect for diversity, and community engagement.
         Activities will focus on building their knowledge and skill levels in these areas. The students
         and participants will participate in workshops, community service activities, meetings with
         community leaders, and discussion groups and will have opportunities for substantive
         interaction with each other and American peers.


         Title
         Travel Grant
         Sponsor Information
                             Duke University Franklin Research Center for African and African
           Sponsor:
                             American History and Culture
           Contact:          Kelly Wooten
           Tel:              919-660-5922            919-660-5922
           Email:            RBMSCL_Grants@notes.duke.edu
                             http://library.duke.edu/rubenstein/services/grants/GrantInst
           Program URL:
                             ructions.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor offers travel grants for research involving the use of it's collections or for
research with a focus on Afican and African-American studies.


Title
Secondary Analyses of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging (R03)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Partha Bhattacharyya, PhD
Tel:                 301-496-3136            301-496-3136
Email:               bhattacharyyap@mail.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-139.html
Deadline(s)
5/7/2011,6/16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications to conduct secondary analysis of social and behavioral data
in aging. Specifically, NIA seeks applicants to: 1) stimulate and facilitate secondary analysis of
data related to dynamics of health and disability, cognition, psychosocial and
sociodemographic factors, genetics, and biomarkers, long term care, caregiving, behavioral
medicine, retirement, economic status; 2) provide support for preliminary projects using
secondary analysis that could lead to subsequent applications for other research grant award
mechanisms; 3) provide support for analyses of new databases and experimental modules for
purposes such as informing the design and content of future study waves; and 4) provide
support for pilot research on under-utilized databases. The R03 grant mechanism supports
different types of projects including pilot and feasibility studies; secondary analysis of existing
data; small, self-contained research projects; development of research methodology; and
development of new research technology. This program will use the NIH Small Research
Grant (R03) award mechanism.


Title
Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Science Research
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             European Consortium for Political Research
Contact:             Laura Pugh
Tel:                 44 (0) 1206 872501
Email:               dekker@essex.ac.uk
                   http://www.ecprnet.eu/prizes/prizes_stein_rokkan_nomination.
Program URL:
                   asp
Deadline(s)
2/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



An annual award of €5000 is given for a submission that is a substantial and original
contribution in comparative social science research.


Title
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Antiquarian Society
Contact:
Tel:                508-755-5221           508-755-5221
Email:              academicfellowships@mwa.org
Program URL:       http://www.americanantiquarian.org/asecs.htm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor funds short-term fellowships for access to the collections at the American
Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts.


Title
Kate B. and Hall J. Peterson Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Antiquarian Society
Contact:
Tel:                508-755-5221           508-755-5221
Email:              academicfellowships@mwa.org
Program URL:       http://www.americanantiquarian.org/peterson.htm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis
The sponsor funds short-term fellowships for access to the collections at the American
Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts. Eligible applicants must hold a Ph.D. or be
doctoral candidates engaged in dissertation research.


Title
Scholarships for (Under-)Graduate and PhD Students
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Heinrich Böll Stiftung
Contact:
Tel:
Email:              studienwerk@boell.de
Program URL:       http://www.boell.de/scholarships/scholarships.html
Deadline(s)
9/1/2011,3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsor grants scholarships to approximately 1,000 undergraduates, graduates, and PhD
students of all subjects and nationalities per year, who are pursuing their degree at
universities, universities of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschulen’), or universities of the arts
(‘Kunsthochschulen”).


Title
Mary Lily Research Grants
Sponsor Information
                   Duke University Franklin Research Center for African and African
Sponsor:
                   American History and Culture
Contact:            Kelly Wooten
Tel:                919-660-5967             919-660-5967
Email:              kelly.wooten@duke.edu
                   http://library.duke.edu/specialcollections/services/grants/R
Program URL:
                   esearchGrantApplication.doc
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsoring organization is providing a grant which may be used for travel to the Rare
Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, costs of copying pertinent archival
resources, and living expenses while pursuing research here, including accommodations and
meals.


Title
General Research Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Leakey (Louis S.B.) Foundation
Contact:
Tel:                415-561-4646             415-561-4646
Email:              grants@leakeyfoundation.org
                   http://leakeyfoundation.org/grants/applicants/applying_gener
Program URL:
                   al_grants/
Deadline(s)
1/5/2012,7/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsor provides grants to foster research into human origins.


Title
Division of Environmental Biology (DEB)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Directorate for Biological Sciences/NSF
Contact:
Tel:                703-292-8480             703-292-8480
Email:
Program URL:       http://www.nsf.gov/bio/deb/about.jsp
Deadline(s)
1/9/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



Support is provided for fundamental research on the populations, species, communities and
ecosystems.


Title
John Wymer Bursary
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Lithic Studies Society
Contact:            Secretary Lithic Studies Society
Tel:
Email:               hugo@flintwork.co.uk
Program URL:        http://www.lithics.org/wymer.html
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



Applications for the bursary are invited from students, academics, others professionally
engaged in lithic study, and those simply pursuing an interest in lithics as a hobby. This
bursary will be awarded annually to support any individual to further an interest in lithic-related
study.


Title
SERC Internship Program in Environmental Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Smithsonian Institution
Contact:             Dan Gustafson
Tel:                 443-482-2217              443-482-2217
Email:               SERCintern@si.edu
Program URL:        http://www.serc.si.edu/pro_training/internships/apply.aspx
Deadline(s)
11/15/2011,2/1/2012,6/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center's (SERC) Internship Program offers
undergraduate and beginning graduate students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on
experience in the fields of environmental research and education. This program enables
students to work on specific projects under the direction of SERC's professional staff and is
tailored to provide the maximum educational benefit to each participant.


Title
Agrarian Studies Visting Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Yale University
Contact:
Tel:                 203/432-9833              203/432-9833
Email:               agrarian.studies@yale.edu
Program URL:        http://www.yale.edu/agrarianstudies/real/fellprog.html
Deadline(s)
1/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Agrarian Studies Program appoints fellows annually who are in residence for the year,
present a paper, and attend the colloquia. This year the Program has four Fellows whose
diversity reflects the breadth of the program, and a Research Affiliate who has already made
an important contribution to agrarian studies. The sponsor also encourages applications from
knowledgeable "activists" and "public intellectuals" whose work on rural life transcends the
academy.


Title
Genevieve McMillan-Reba Stewart Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:
Contact:
Tel:                617-495-8508            617-495-8508
Email:              du_bois@fas.harvard.edu
Program URL:        http://dubois.fas.harvard.edu/funded-fellowships
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



This Fellowship is intended to bring a distinguished individual in African Studies to Harvard to
deliver three lectures and serve as a Fellow of the W. E. B. Du Bois Institute.


Title
Summer Seminars
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute for Humane Studies
Contact:
Tel:                703-993-4880            703-993-4880
Email:              seminars@theihs.org
Program URL:        http://www.theihs.org/summer-seminars/application-preview
Deadline(s)
3/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis
Scholarships valued at $1,500 each are awarded to undergraduates, recent graduates, and
graduate students from any nation to attend summer seminars relating to the classical liberal
or libertarian perspective.


Title
NIF/SHATIL Social Justice Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            New Israel Fund
Contact:            Sarah Lawson
Tel:                202-513‐ 7870
Email:              fellowships@nif.org
                   http://www.nif.org/get-involved/get-involved/general/41-soci
Program URL:
                   al-justice-fellowships
Deadline(s)
1/20/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications for the NIF/SHATIL Social Justice Fellowships, The
fellowships enable a cadre of post-college Jewish young adults to spend 10 months immersed
in the movement for social change in Israel. These Fellowships, which include a modest
stipend, place young Jewish activists in Israeli NGOs for a year of in-depth contribution and
learning. For the 2012-13 Fellowship year, the sponsor has six (6) U.S spots and one (1)
Canadian spot.


Title
Fellowships for Post-Doctoral Researchers at Hebrew University
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Lady Davis Fellowship Trust
Contact:            M. Mark Sopher
Tel:                972-2-658-4723
Email:              LDFT@vms.huji.ac.il
Program URL:       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/upload/info/infoHUd.html
Deadline(s)
12/31/2011,1/30/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Fellowships of nine to twelve months are provided to postdoctoral candidates to conduct
research at the Hebrew University of Israel.
Title
Matching Grants for Conferences, Lecture Series and Workshops
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0292            202-687-0292
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:        http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides partial support for conferences, workshops, and lecture series that will
promote knowledge and learning about Turkish history, politics, and culture. Eligible
applicants are universities or educational organizations. Fifty percent support is provided by
the sponsor, and fifty percent support is required from the applicant institution.


Title
Matching Seed-Money Grants for New Tenure-Track University Positions in Turkish
Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0292            202-687-0292
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:        http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides funds for the establishment of new university teaching positions within
the field of Turkish studies. The maximum award is fifty percent of the full-time earnings of a
junior faculty appointment.


Title
Library Grants (Grants of Library Acquisitions)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0292            202-687-0292
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:       http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides funds for the procurement costs of publications relating to Turkish
studies. Eligible applicants are educational institutions.


Title
Grants for the Publication of Scholarly Books and Journals (Subventions for
Publication)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                202-687-0292            202-687-0292
Email:              itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:       http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides subventions to individual scholars toward the publication costs of
literary works in the field of Turkish studies published in the U.S.


Title
Henry G. Friesen International Prize in Health Research
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Friends of Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Contact:            Dr. Aubie Angel President
Tel:                416-506-1597            416-506-1597
Email:              aubie.angel@utoronto.ca
Program URL:       http://www.fcihr.ca/prize/about/overview
Deadline(s)
1/16/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis



The Henry G. Friesen International Prize in Health Research supports an annual Public Forum
and luncheon address to CAHS. Through the partnership of CBC Radio One, the lecture
endeavours to reach the broadest possible audience and takes place annually, at major
centres across Canada..


Title
Social and Economic Development Strategies for Native Americans (SEDS)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Administration for Native Americans/ACF/DHHS
Contact:           Sarah Schappert
Tel:               877-922-9262          877-922-9262
Email:             ana@acf.hhs.gov
                  http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/foa/view/HHS-2011-ACF-ANA
Program URL:
                  -NA-0143
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012,1/31/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis



The SEDS program provides funding for projects that promote sustainable local economies,
and programs and services that safeguard the health and well-being of Native Americans.


Title
Medals for Research on Development
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:           Global Development Network
Contact:
Tel:               202 3539 24 20
Email:             awards@gdnet.org
                  http://cloud1.gdnet.org/CMS/getFile.php?id=medals_2011_guide
Program URL:
                  lines
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                           NO RESTRICTIONS
                                        Synopsis
The Global Development Awards and Medals Competition, launched in 2000, is a unique
competition for promoting research on development. Within this competition are the Medals
for Research on Development. Finalists win cash prizes and a round-trip air fare with all
boarding and lodging expenses paid to travel to the sponsor's annual conference where they
present their papers and showcase an interesting on-project before an eminent jury for the
final round.


Title
Noble Group Fellowships for Chinese Students and Scholars
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Albright (W.F.) Institute of Archaeological Research Jerusalem
Contact:            Dr. Joan R. Branham, Chair
Tel:                401-865-1789           401-865-1789
Email:              jbranham@providence.edu
Program URL:       http://www.aiar.org/fellowships.html
Deadline(s)
3/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor provides fellowships to Chinese citizens who are doctoral students and post-
doctoral candidates, and are either studying or in residence in China or doing research at
institutions in other countries.


Title
Young Scientists Summer Program
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Contact:            Tanja Huber
Tel:                (+43-2236)-807-0           (+43-2236)-807-0
Email:              huber@iiasa.ac.at
                   http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Admin/YSP/reg-info/cond_eligibility.h
Program URL:
                   tml?sb=2
Deadline(s)
1/16/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



The sponsor’s annual 3-month Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) offers research
opportunities to talented young researchers whose interests correspond with IIASA’s ongoing
research on issues of global environmental, economic and social change.


Title
Urban Waters Small Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Environmental Protection Agency
Contact:             Ji-Sun Yi
Tel:                 202-566-0730            202-566-0730
Email:               urbanwaters@epa.gov
                    http://www.epa.gov/urbanwaters/funding/2011-1121-Final-Urban
Program URL:
                    -Waters-Small-Grants-Request-for-Proposals-RFP.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/23/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor is soliciting proposals from eligible applicants for projects that will contribute to
improved water quality in urban areas. The goal of the Urban Waters Small Grants is to fund
research, studies, training, and demonstration projects that will advance the restoration of
urban waters by improving water quality through activities that also support community
revitalization and other local priorities.


Title
Epigenetic Approaches in Cancer Epidemiology (R21)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Mukesh Verma, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Tel:                 301-594-7344            301-594-7344
Email:               vermam@mail.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-032.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor invites research applications that propose to evaluate profiles of methylation,
histone modifications and micro RNA (miRNA) and their association with risk of developing
cancer in different populations. The overarching goal of this FOA is to provide support for
population based studies to define the role of epigenetic markers (methylation, histone and
micro RNA profiles) changes to understand cancer etiology. This program will use the NIH
Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.
                 Title
                 Epigenetic Approaches in Cancer Epidemiology (R01)
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:            National Cancer Institute/NIH/DHHS
                  Contact:            Mukesh Verma, Ph.D., M.P.H.
                  Tel:                301-594-7344            301-594-7344
                  Email:              vermam@mail.nih.gov
                  Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-031.html
                 Deadline(s)
                 1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012,10/5/2012,1/7/2013
                 Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                 The sponsor invites research applications that propose to evaluate profiles of methylation,
                 histone modifications and micro RNA (miRNA) and their association with risk of developing
                 cancer in different populations. The overarching goal of this FOA is to provide support for
                 population based studies to define the role of epigenetic markers (methylation, histone and
                 micro RNA profiles) changes to understand cancer etiology. This program will use the NIH
                 Research Project (R01) award mechanism.


                 Title
                 Behavioral & Integrative Treatment Development Program (R34)
                 Sponsor Information
                  Sponsor:            National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS
                  Contact:            Lisa Onken, Ph.D.
                  Tel:                301-443-2235            301-443-2235
                  Email:              Lisa_Onken@nih.gov
                  Program URL:       http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-10-013.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2011,2/16/2011,5/7/2011,6/16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012,10/16/2012,1/7/2013
                 Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                                             Synopsis



                 The sponsors invite applications for evidence-based treatment research through 1) the
                 development, manualization, standardization, early-stage efficacy and/or pilot testing of novel
                 or adapted treatments and/or interventions (i.e. Stage 1 treatment research, see below), 2) the
                 refinement, modification, adaptation and/or pilot testing of interventions with demonstrated
                 efficacy for use in broader scale efficacy or effectiveness trials, or 3) novel treatment research
                 that requires preliminary testing or development. It is expected that research conducted via
                 this R34 mechanism will primarily consist of Stage I treatment development research that will
                 provide feasibility, tolerability, and acceptability information and/or pilot data for larger scale
                 Stage II or Stage III behavioral and integrative treatment studies. This FOA seeks to support
research, as described above, within the domains of behavioral, combined, sequential, or
integrated behavioral and pharmacological (1) drug abuse treatment interventions, including
interventions for patients with comorbidities, in diverse settings; (2) interventions to prevent
the acquisition or transmission of HIV infection among individuals in drug abuse treatment; (3)
interventions to promote adherence to drug abuse treatment, HIV and addiction medications;
and (4) interventions to treat chronic pain. This FOA will use the R34 mechanism.


Title
Emergency Grants
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            British Federation of Women Graduates
Contact:            Grants Administrator
Tel:                01732 321139
Email:              jean.c@blueyonder.co.uk
Program URL:        http://ffwg.org.uk/Pages/Emergency%20Grants.htm
Deadline(s)
2/9/2012,5/31/2012,10/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides emergency funds to women graduate students. This is not a top up
award - all students are short of money. Applicants must show in their application how they
had made provision for living expenses for the whole academic year. Emergency Grants are
not available for a shortfall in fees.




Title
Wiener Laboratory Research Associateships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Contact:            Dr. Sherry C. Fox, Director
Tel:                609-683-0800            609-683-0800
Email:              sfox.wienerlab@ascsa.edu.gr.
                    http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/pdf/uploads/wl_associates_annually.p
Program URL:
                    df
Deadline(s)
12/1/2011,4/1/2012,9/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor provides Research Associateships in the Wiener Laboratory on a limited basis
each year for the purpose of accommodating well-defined research by qualified scholars
undertaking limited investigations.


Title
Eccles Centre Visiting European Fellow in North American Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            British Association for American Studies
Contact:            Professor Ian Bell, Chair
Tel:                01782 733012
Email:              i.f.a.bell@ams.keele.ac.uk
                    http://www.baas.ac.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=arti
Program URL:        cle&id=52%3Aeccles-centre-visiting-professorships-fellowships-and-
                    postgraduate-awards-2011&catid=6&Itemid=13
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



One award to be made to a post-doctoral scholar normally resident outside the UK, in a
European country that has membership in the European Association for American Studies,
whose research, in any field of North American Studies, entails the use of the British Library
collection.


Title
Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship for French Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Phi Beta Kappa Society
Contact:
Tel:                202-265-3808            202-265-3808
Email:              awards@pbk.org
Program URL:        http://www.pbk.org/infoview/PBK_InfoView.aspx?t=&id=28
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The annual Mary Isabel Sibley Fellowship is awarded alternately in the fields of Greek and
French; for 2012, the fellowship will be for Frencg Studies.


Title
Fryxell Award for Interdisciplinary Research
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Society for American Archaeology
Contact:
Tel:                +1 202-789-8200            +1 202-789-8200
Email:              headquarters@saa.org
                    http://saa.org/AbouttheSociety/Awards/FryxellAwardforInterdi
Program URL:
                    sciplinaryResearch/tabid/172/Default.aspx
Deadline(s)
2/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Fryxell Award is presented in recognition for interdisciplinary excellence of a scientist who
need not be an archaeologist, but whose research has contributed significantly to American
archaeology.


Title
Japanese Award for Outstanding Research on Development
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Global Development Network
Contact:
Tel:                202 3539 24 20
Email:              awards@gdnet.org
                    http://cloud1.gdnet.org/CMS/getFile.php?id=ord_2011_guidelin
Program URL:
                    es
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Global Development Awards and Medals Competition, launched in 2000, is a unique
competition for promoting research on development. Within this competition is the Japanese
Award for Outstanding Research on Development. This program identifies and funds
outstanding research proposals in developing and transition countries with high potential for
excellence in research and clear policy implications for addressing development issues.
Finalists win cash prizes and a round-trip air fare with all boarding and lodging expenses paid
to travel to sponsor's annual conference where they present their proposals/papers and
showcase an interesting on-project before an eminent jury for the final round.


Title
Aviram Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            American Schools of Oriental Research
Contact:
Tel:                617-353-6570           617-353-6570
Email:              asormtgs@bu.edu
Program URL:       http://www.asor.org/am/2011/aviram-prize-2011.html
Deadline(s)
2/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



A $2,500 prize will be awarded for the paper on any topic centered on the people and cultures
of the Near East as selected by a committee of distinguished judges. The primary criterion of
the winning paper will be that it most advances the scholarship of its given field.


Title
Eccles Centre Visiting Professor in North American Studies
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            British Association for American Studies
Contact:            Professor Ian Bell, Chair
Tel:                01782 733012
Email:              i.f.a.bell@ams.keele.ac.uk
                   http://www.baas.ac.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=arti
Program URL:       cle&id=52%3Aeccles-centre-visiting-professorships-fellowships-and-
                   postgraduate-awards-2011&catid=6&Itemid=13
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



One award to be made to a post-doctoral scholar resident in the USA or Canada whose
research, in any field of North American Studies, entails the use of the British Library
collection.


Title
Promoting Careers in Aging and Health Disparities Research (K01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:            Dr. J. Taylor Harden
Tel:                301-496-0765           301-496-0765
Email:               Taylor_Harden@nih.gov
Program URL:         http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-09-136.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2011,2/12/2011,5/7/2011,6/12/2011,9/7/2011,10/12/2011,1/7/2012,2/12/2012,5/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsor invites applications for "Promoting Careers in Aging and Health Disparities
Research (K01)”, which is limited to applications for career development in support of health
disparities related to aging. This FOA is responsive to the NIA Health Disparities Strategic
Plan and will help to build capacity in aging and health disparity research. The purpose of this
F0A, “Promoting Careers In Aging and Health Disparities Research (K01)” is to provide
support and protected time to eligible individuals who have been determined by the grantee
institution to be committed to a career in health disparities research related to aging and who
are members of or knowledgeable about health disparity population groups. Nationally, health
disparity population groups include but are not limited to African Americans, Hispanic
Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, the
medically underserved, low socioeconomic populations and rural populations. This Funding
Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will utilize the Mentored Research Scientist Development
Award (K01) Mechanism.


Title
Bioenergetics, Fatigability, and Activity Limitations in Aging (R03)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Basil Eldadah, M.D., Ph.D.
Tel:                 301-496-6761             301-496-6761
Email:               eldadahb@nia.nih.gov
Program URL:         http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-192.html
Deadline(s)
9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsors invite applications proposing to study bioenergetic factors underlying increased
fatigability and activity limitations in aging. Increased fatigability is a significant cause of
restricted physical and cognitive activity in older adults. Alterations in bioenergetics—the
production and utilization of energy, and the regulation of these processes—may contribute
significantly to increased fatigability. This FOA encourages applications that propose to 1)
elucidate specific alterations in bioenergetics related to increased fatigability and activity
limitations; 2) develop and evaluate improved measures of fatigability related to bioenergetics;
3) evaluate interventions for increased fatigability and activity limitations that target alterations
in bioenergetics and lead to improved quality of life. This program will use the NIH Small
Research Grant (R03) award mechanism.
Title
Bioenergetics, Fatigability, and Activity Limitations in Aging (R21)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Basil Eldadah, M.D., Ph.D.
Tel:                 301-496-6761             301-496-6761
Email:               eldadahb@nia.nih.gov
Program URL:         http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-191.html
Deadline(s)
9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012,2/16/2012,5/7/2012,6/16/2012,9/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsors invite applications proposing to study bioenergetic factors underlying increased
fatigability and activity limitations in aging. Increased fatigability is a significant cause of
restricted physical and cognitive activity in older adults. Alterations in bioenergetics—the
production and utilization of energy, and the regulation of these processes—may contribute
significantly to increased fatigability. This FOA encourages applications that propose to 1)
elucidate specific alterations in bioenergetics related to increased fatigability and activity
limitations; 2) develop and evaluate improved measures of fatigability related to bioenergetics;
3) evaluate interventions for increased fatigability and activity limitations that target alterations
in bioenergetics and lead to improved quality of life. This program will use the NIH
Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant mechanism.


Title
Bioenergetics, Fatigability, and Activity Limitations in Aging (R01)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Basil Eldadah, M.D., Ph.D.
Tel:                 301-496-6761             301-496-6761
Email:               eldadahb@nia.nih.gov
Program URL:         http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-190.html
Deadline(s)
9/7/2011,10/5/2011,1/7/2012,2/5/2012,5/7/2012,6/5/2012,9/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                          NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsors invite applications proposing to study bioenergetic factors underlying increased
fatigability and activity limitations in aging. Increased fatigability is a significant cause of
restricted physical and cognitive activity in older adults. Alterations in bioenergetics—the
production and utilization of energy, and the regulation of these processes—may contribute
significantly to increased fatigability. This FOA encourages applications that propose to 1)
elucidate specific alterations in bioenergetics related to increased fatigability and activity
limitations; 2) develop and evaluate improved measures of fatigability related to bioenergetics;
3) evaluate interventions for increased fatigability and activity limitations that target alterations
in bioenergetics and lead to improved quality of life. This FOA will use the NIH Research
Project (R01) award mechanism.


Title
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Contact:             Rosemary Krill, Administrative Assistant
Tel:                 800-448-3020             800-448-3020
Email:               rkrill@winterthur.org
Program URL:         http://www.winterthur.org/?p=537
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                 NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsor participates in a National Endowment for the Humanities funded program,
Fellowships at Independent Research Institutions. NEH Research Fellows may receive four-
to twelve-month fellowships to pursue advanced research.


Title
Fellowships for Research in Egypt
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American Research Center in Egypt, Inc.
Contact:             Ms. Djodi Deutsch, Academic Programs Coordinator
Tel:                 210-821-7000             210-821-7000
Email:               fellows@arce.org
Program URL:         http://arce.org/grants/fellowships/funded
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                 NO RESTRICTIONS
                                             Synopsis



The sponsor administers research fellowships for students enrolled in doctoral programs at
North American universities, and for postdoctoral scholars and professionals affiliated with
North American universities and research institutions.


Title
Phillips Fund Grants for Native American Research
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             American Philosophical Society
Contact:             Linda Musumeci, Director of Grants and Fellowships
Tel:                 215-440-3429             215-440-3429
Email:               LMusumeci@amphilsoc.org
Program URL:        http://www.amphilsoc.org/about
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor provides support for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and
the history of studies of Native Americans in the continental United States and Canada.


Title
Visiting Research Fellowships in Colonial and U.S. History and Culture
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Library Company of Philadelphia
Contact:             Cathy Matson
Tel:                 215-546-3181             215-546-3181
Email:               cmatson@udel.edu
Program URL:        http://www.librarycompany.org/fellowships/american_print.htm
Deadline(s)
3/1/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor provides support for one month for in-residence research using the its
collections, which include a variety of fields and disciplines relating to the history and culture
of America.


Title
Anna C. and Oliver C. Colburn Fellowship
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Archaeological Institute of America
Contact:             Laurel Nilsen Sparks, Fellowship Coordinator
Tel:                 617-358-4184             617-358-4184
Email:               lsparks@aia.bu.edu
Program URL:       http://www.archaeological.org/grants/703
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



One award of $11,000 is given to support studies undertaken at the American School of
Classical Studies at Athens, Greece, for no more than a year.


Title
Frances C. Allen Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Newberry Library
Contact:
Tel:                312-255-3666             312-255-3666
Email:              research@newberry.org
Program URL:
Deadline(s)
2/6/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



A fellowship is provided for for women of American Indian heritage to spend a significant part
of their tenure in residence at the Newberry's D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian
History in Chicago.


Title
Postdoctoral Fellowships on Poverty and Public Policy
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            University of Michigan
Contact:
Tel:                734-615-5312             734-615-5312
Email:
                   http://www.npc.umich.edu/opportunities/papers/fellowship-201
Program URL:
                   2/index.php
Deadline(s)
1/13/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis
The purpose of the Research and Training Program on Poverty and Public Policy is to provide
outstanding American minority scholars and scholars from economically disadvantaged
backgrounds the opportunity for one or two years of research and extensive training at the
University of Michigan. This program encourages interdisciplinary research through course
work, independent research and faculty interaction.


Title
Decision, Risk and Management Sciences
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences/NSF
Contact:            Robert O'Connor, Program Director
Tel:                703-292-7263           703-292-7263
Email:              roconnor@nsf.gov
Program URL:       http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=5423
Deadline(s)
8/18/2011,1/18/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



This program supports scientific research directed at increasing the understanding and
effectiveness of decision-making by individual, groups, organizations and society.


Title
Senior Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Harvard University Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Contact:
Tel:                617-495-4038           617-495-4038
Email:              dcpdoc@fas.harvard.edu
                   http://daviscenter.fas.harvard.edu/research_programs/fellows
Program URL:
                   hips.html
Deadline(s)
1/9/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                             NO RESTRICTIONS
                                          Synopsis



Each year, the Davis Center provides financial support for scholars to conduct research at
Harvard University. Successful candidates combine disciplinary excellence in the humanities
or social sciences. The theme for 2012–2013 is "Imperial Legacies and International Politics in
the Post-Soviet Space," constituting an examination of the international and transnational
politics of the post-Soviet space in historical perspective.


Title
Otto Klineberg Intercultural and International Relations Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Contact:
Tel:                 202-675-6956            202-675-6956
Email:               spssi@spssi.org
                    http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&page
Program URL:
                    id=723
Deadline(s)
2/22/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



The sponsor offers an award of $1,000 to recognize the best paper or article of the year on
intercultural or international relations.


Title
Sabbatical Research Grant
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Institute of Turkish Studies, Inc.
Contact:
Tel:                 202-687-0292            202-687-0292
Email:               itsdirector@turkishstudies.org
Program URL:        http://www.turkishstudies.org/grants/index.shtml
Deadline(s)
3/12/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                                NO RESTRICTIONS
                                            Synopsis



These grants are provided to faculty members conducting research in the field of Turkish
Studies during the course of their sabatticals.


Title
Distinguished Publication Award
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Association for Women in Psychology
Contact:            Carla Golden
Tel:                607-273-0452              607-273-0452
Email:              golden@ithaca.edu
                    http://www.awpsych.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=art
Program URL:
                    icle&id=63:distinguished-publication-award&catid=60:awards&Itemid=99
Deadline(s)
3/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor offers an award for books or articles published in each calendar year which
contribute to the understanding of women, gender issues, and sex roles. This award will be
presented in the following calendar year.


Title
Postgraduate Fellowships in Conservation of Museum Collections
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Smithsonian Institution
Contact:
Tel:                202-633-7070              202-633-7070
Email:              siofg@si.edu
                    http://www.si.edu/mci/english/professional_development/2011-
Program URL:
                    2012PostgraduateFellowships.html
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



This fellowships program is offered by the Smithsonian Institution to provide opportunities for
recent graduates of masters programs in art and archaeological conservation or the
equivalent or conservation scientists, including those at the postdoctoral level, who wish to
conduct research and gain further training in Smithsonian conservation laboratories for
conservation of objects in museum collections.


Title
Youth Leadership Program With Algeria
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs/Department of State
Contact:            Sarah Shields
Tel:                202-632-9261              202-632-9261
Email:              ShieldsSD@State.gov
Program URL:
Deadline(s)
1/4/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Office of Citizen Exchanges, Youth Programs Division, of the Bureau of Educational and
Cultural Affairs announces an open competition for the Youth Leadership Program with
Algeria. Public and private nonprofit organizations meeting the provisions described in Internal
Revenue Code section 26 U.S.C. 501(c)(3) may submit proposals to provide youth and adult
participants from Algeria with an approximately four-week U.S.-based exchange program in
summer 2012 focused on civic education, youth leadership development, respect for diversity,
and community engagement, and to support follow-on community service projects in their
home communities. The U.S. Embassy in Algiers will recruit, screen, and select Algerian
participants. The award recipient will be required to recruit, screen, and select American
participants, and collaborate with an in-country partner on logistical arrangements and follow-
on activities.


Title
Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:            Sanjam Ahluwalia, Chair
Tel:                928-523-8709            928-523-8709
Email:              sanjam.ahluwalia@nau.edu
                    http://www.wawh.org/docs/GSConferencePaperPrizeApplication20
Program URL:
                    12.pdf
Deadline(s)
3/22/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize is an annual prize that recognizes the
outstanding paper presented by a graduate student at the annual WAWH conference.


Title
Gita Chuadhuri Prize
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Western Association of Women Historians
Contact:            Laura Woodworth-Ney, Chair
Tel:                208-282-4024            208-282-4024
Email:              woodlaur@isu.edu
Program URL:        http://www.wawh.org/docs/GitaChaudhuriApplication2012.pdf
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                               NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The Gita Chaudhuri Prize is an annual prize that recognizes the best monograph about the
history of women in rural environments, from any era and any place in the world, published by
a WAWH member. Books should be submitted based on publication date rather than
copyright date.


Title
Contextual Approaches to Prevention of Unintended Pregnancy (R21)
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH/DHHS
Contact:             Susan Newcomer, Ph.D.
Tel:                 301-435-6981           301-435-6981
Email:               newcomes@mail.nih.gov
Program URL:        http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-015.html
Deadline(s)
1/7/2011,2/16/2011,5/7/2011,6/16/2011,9/7/2011,10/16/2011,1/7/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                         NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



The sponsor invites R21 research grant applications that will inform interventions addressing
the cultural and structural factors that produce high rates of unintended pregnancy across the
reproductive age span, especially in low-income populations in the United States. These
interventions can operate at a wide range of levels, from clinical interventions to interventions
that influence cultural, economic, social, structural, and/or policy factors contributing to
unintended pregnancy. This program will use the NIH Exploratory/Developmental (R21) grant
mechanism.


Title
Eleanore and Harold Jantz Research Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:             Rare Book, Manuscript, & Special Collections Library of Duke University
Contact:             Andrew Armacost
Tel:
Email:               special-collections@duke.edu.
                    http://library.duke.edu/specialcollections/services/grants/j
Program URL:
                    antz.html
Deadline(s)
1/31/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Duke University’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library offers one Eleanore
and Harold Jantz Fellowship, with an award of $1500, for researchers whose work would
benefit from access to the Jantz Collections held at Duke. Research topics must be strongly
supported by the Rubenstein Library’s Jantz Collections.


Title
Postdoctoral Fellowships
Sponsor Information
Sponsor:            Smithsonian Institution
Contact:
Tel:                202-275-0655              202-275-0655
Email:              siofg@si.edu
Program URL:        http://si.edu/ofg/Applications/SIFELL/SIFELLapp.htm
Deadline(s)
1/15/2012
Geographical Restrictions:                              NO RESTRICTIONS
                                           Synopsis



Fellowships are offered by the Smithsonian Institution to provide opportunities for postdoctoral
investigators to conduct research in association with members of the Smithsonian
professional research staff, and to utilize the resources of the Institution.

				
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