EXCEL Funding 101 RFP Tracker April 2012

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					                                NCA’S CURRENT RFP TRACKER
                                     Updated July 2012
                                                      Summary
Welcome to NCA’s Current Request For Proposals Tracker which identifies funding opp
research grants, residential fellowships, travel funds, awards, etc.) for communication sc
opportunities listed for graduate students, post-docs, faculty, and people outside of the

This is a living document that is updated frequently. Please visit on a routine basis to gai
this resource.

Update alerts will be posted on CRTNET periodically.

Each item on the list has a website to which you can go for additional information. Pleas
before submitting a proposal to learn more details about the RFP and to ensure that no
since the item was posted on the Tracker.

NCA has done its best to identify as many current RFPs as possible. However, there are m
which we are unaware. And please use this list as a starting point, rather than an end po
a comprehensive search for funds. Click on the Table of Contents link below to view

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RFP TRACKER
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hich identifies funding opportunities (including
 etc.) for communication scholars. There are
 and people outside of the academy.

sit on a routine basis to gain maximum value from




dditional information. Please refer to the website
 RFP and to ensure that no changes have been made


ssible. However, there are most certainly some about
 oint, rather than an end point, if you are engaging in
tents link below to view the RFP Tracker.

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                          alphabetically by the                  Digital                       application/proposals
                          granting institution                   Federal                       starting with the
                                                                 Fellowship                    closest in date
                                                                 Funding
                                                                Grant
                                                                 Historical
                                                                 International
                                                                 Research
                                                                 Scholarship
                                                                 Teaching
                                                                 Undergraduate
     recently added opportunities.




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starting with the          fellowship, grant,
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                  Tag                                   Organization



Grant, Funding, Youth, Communication Strategy        A.L. Mailman Family Foundation




             Fellowship, Health                           Academy Health Policy




                 Fellowship                              Alexander von Humboldt




              Research, Award                            Alexander von Humboldt




                 Fellowship                              Alexander von Humboldt




               Grant, Funding                       Alexander von Humboldt Foundation




               Grant, Funding                           Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
             Grant                         Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




         Grant, Funding                Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public




Grant, Funding, Faculty, Research            Allen Foundation Inc.




           Fellowship                American Academy of Arts and Sciences




   Undergraduate, Scholarship       American Assocation of University Women
                            American Association for the Advancement of
       Fellowship
                                              Science




       Fellowship                     American Cancer Society




Research, Award, Funding              American Cancer Society




       Fellowship               American Council of Learned Societies




       Fellowship          American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)




       Fellowship                American Institute of Indian Studies



       Fellowship                American Institute of Indian Studies



       Fellowship                American Institute of Indian Studies
   Grant, Research           American Philosophical Society




    Grant, Funding           American Philosophical Society




      Fellowship             American Philosophical Society




      Fellowship          American Political Science Association




    Grant, Funding           Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




Grant, Funding, Digital      Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
   Grant, Funding                 Arca Foundation Grants




   Grant, Funding             Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




Grant, Funding, Health        Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




                         Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst
     Fellowship
                                    Endowed Fellowship




     Fellowship                           AT&T
             Award, International                               Berlin Program




         International, Grant, Funding                 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation




        Grant, Fellowship, International                    Blakemore Foundation




                                                  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
Education, Environment, Grant, Funding, Federal
                                                              Opportunities




                  Fellowship                                Brookdale Foundation
      Grant, Funding                   California HealthCare Foundation




International, Grant, Funding          Carnegie Corporation of New York




      Grant, Funding                   Carnegie Corporation of New York




         Fellowship             Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences



Grant, Funding, International            Center for Global Partnership




      Grant, Funding                         Commonwealth Fund
                 Community Forestry and Environmental Research
 Fellowship
                                 Partnerships




Grant, Funding                 Compton Foundation




 Fellowship                    Compton Foundation




 Fellowship       Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts
              Fellowship                  Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts




              Fellowship                   Cornell University Society for the Humanities


                Award                     Council for International Exchange of Scholars




       International, Fellowship                   Council on Foreign Relations




       Fellowship, International                   Council on Foreign Relations




    International, Grant, Research          DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




International, Grant, Funding, Research     DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
                  Fellowship                          Dart Center for Journalistm & Trauma




                Gramt. Funding                                   Deborah Gerner




     Federal, Grant, Funding, International                  Department of Education




          Research, Award, Funding                        Dirksen Congressional Center




                                                   Disaster Research Center at the University of
                Undergraduate
                                                                  Delaware Fifth




                                                  Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities,
                  Fellowship
                                                                 U.C. Berkeley




Funding, International, Education, Environment,
                                                                      DuPont
               Youth, Community




                Grant, Funding                          Educational Foundation of America
         Grant, Funding                            Fahs-Beck Fund




Research, Grant, Faculty, Funding                  Fahs-Beck Fund




           Fellowship                        Folger Shakespeare Library




         Grant, Funding                           Ford Foundation




         Grant, Funding                           Ford Israel Fund




           Fellowship                     Foundation for Child Development




   Grant, Funding, Fellowship       George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
       International, Fellowship                  German Marshall Fund




Grant, Funding, Social Issues, Students                Getty Image




           Grant, Funding                    Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation




              Fellowship                   Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation




Funding, Award, Education, Students              Hayek Fund for Scholars




       International, Fellowship          Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program




           Grant, Funding                          Horowitz Foundation
            Fellowship                           ICWA Fellowships




      Fellowship, International          Institute of International Education




Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding,     Institute of International Education




           Federal, Grant              Institute of Museum and Library Services




Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding        Inter American Press Association
                                            International Research Collaboration on Alcohol
Research, International, Funding, Federal
                                                             and Alcoholism




       Education, Grant, Funding                            Jack Murdock




Research, Award, Funding, Grant, Science            James S. McDonnell Foundation




               Fellowship                      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
   Award           John S. and James L. Knight Foundation




 Fellowship      John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation




 Fellowship                 Kettering Foundation




 Fellowship              Knight International fellows




 Fellowship         Knight-Wallace University of Michigan




Grant, Funding             Lindbergh Foundation
         Fellowship                     Louisville Institute




 Grant, Funding, Publishing             Louisville Institute




         Fellowship             Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation




International, Grant, Funding         MacArthur Foundation
           Grant, Funding                       MacArthur Foundation




           Grant, Funding                       MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Research, Funding                     March of Dimes




      Scholarship, International                Marshall Scholarships




     Grant, Education, Funding                     McGregor Fund




Scholarship, Research, Grant, Funding   Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture
          Grant, Funding                         MetLife Foundation




                                       Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender
       Fellowship, Research
                                            Research Stanford University




         Faculty, Teaching                    Milken Family Foundation




Grant, Society, Environment, Funding               Mott Foundation




          Grant, Funding                    Nathan Cummings Foundation
              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




                                               National Archives and Records Administration –
Digital, Historical, Records, Grant, Federal
                                                         Digitizing Historical Records




                                               National Archives and Records Administration –
  Publishing, History, Funding, Federal
                                                        Publishing Historical Records




    Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding            National Education Association Foundation




    Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding            National Education Association Foundation
    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




Grant, Funding, Federal   National Endowment for the Humanities
      Fellowship          National Humanities Center




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




    Federal, Grant        National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Funding, Grant, Research   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




           Fellowship               National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




       Federal            National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Funding, Grant   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation Science




    Grant, Funding           New York Community Trust




      Fellowship                  Nieman Foundation




      Fellowship                  Nieman Foundation
 Fellowship                     Open Society




 Fellowship                 Paul and Daisy Soros




 Fellowship      Penn State University Institute for the Arts




Grant, Funding             Pew Charitable Trusts
Grant, Funding       Public Welfare Foundation




Grant, Funding          Revson Foundation




  Fellowship         Robert Bosch Foundation




Grant, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grant, Health, Funding, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation




  Scholarship, Undergraduate                Rotary Club




        Grant, Funding                 Russell Sage Foundation




   Grant, Funding, Research            Russell Sage Foundation
    Grant, Funding           Sasakawa Peace Foundation




 Fellowship, Research       School for Advanced Research




      Fellowship            School for Advanced Research




Fellowship, International   Smith Richardson Foundation
 Fellowship                Smith Richardson Foundation




 Fellowship                   Smithsonian Institution




 Fellowship                   Smithsonian Institution



 Fellowship                   Smithsonian Institution




 Fellowship                   Smithsonian Institution




Society, Grant   Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
     Grant, Funding                   Spencer Foundation




     Grant, Funding                   Spencer Foundation




       Fellowship                 Stanford Humanities Center




   Fellowship, Digital            Stanford Humanities Center



     Grant, Funding                   Surdna Foundation




Grant, Funding, Northwest   The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation
Grant, Funding   The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding   The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding   The Rockefeller Foundation
                                     The Science of Networks in Communities
      Fellowship, Research
                                      Laboratory at Northwestern University




                                   The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
             Grant
                                             Education Grant Seekers

          Fellowship                               TIAA-CREF


         Grant, Funding                            TIAA-CREF




Research, Digital Communications               Time Warner Cable




        Gramt. Funding                        U.S. Institute of Peace




          Fellowship                          U.S. Institute of Peace
             Fellowship                          U.S. Institute of Peace




Foundation, Faculty, Teaching, Award   U.S. Professor of the Year Awards Program




    International, Grant, Funding           United States-Japan Foundation
Grant, Funding, International          United States-Japan Foundation




         Fellowship                          University at Albany




                                University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
         Fellowship
                                             International Studies




         Fellowship                            Urban Institute
       Grant, Funding                    Virginia Foundation



       Grant, Funding           Virginia Foundation for the Humanities




Undergraduate, Grant, Funding          W.M. Keck Foundation




       Grant, Funding                 Wenner-Gren Foundation




     Federal, Fellowship                    White House
          Fellowship                  William T. Grant Foundation




     Research, Fellowship             William T. Grant Foundation




Grant, Youth, Research, Funding       William T. Grant Foundation




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center
Fellowship   Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
betically by organization



                            Award                                         Eligible Population


          A.L. Mailman Family Foundation The Foundation
         maintains a national focus and supports organizations
                                                                   We fund only organizations that are tax-exempt under
          which are national in scope or reach more than one
                                                                 Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code and
          state. The Foundation has assets of just over $20
                                                                                 have a current IRS ruling.
         million and awards grants totaling approximately $1
                             million yearly.




         National Center for Health Statistics/ AcademyHealth
                                                                                          Scholars
                           Policy Fellowship




           Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research
                                                                   Scholars who have completed Ph.D. in the last 4 years
                           Fellowship




              Alexander von Humboldt Research Award              Eminent researchers at the peak of their academic careers




          Alexander von Humboldt Experienced Researcher
                                                                 Scholars who have completed Ph.D. less than 12 years ago
                        Research Fellowship


          Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Funding for          Scholars at research institutions in Germany, the U.S., and
            Scholars in the Humanities, Social Sciences,         Canada who have a Ph.D.; applications must be submitted
           Economics, and Law,              Transatlantic         jointly by at least one German and one U.S. or Canadian
                  Cooperation in Research Award                                             scholar




          Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Economic Performance
                                                                                          Scholars
                     and the Quality of Life Grants
  Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Select National Issues
                                                                                Scholars
                       Grants




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public Understanding of
                                                                                Scholars
                  Science Grants




                                                       Full-time regular faculty members with tenure or on tenure
            Allen Foundation Inc. Grants
                                                                                  track




                                                       Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an area of science or
                                                     engineering and have some experience or a demonstrated
                                                    interest in an area related to science and technology policy.
                                                        Master’s degrees may be considered in the fields of
Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy engineering and computer science. The Ph.D. or Master’s
                                                    degree must be conferred prior to September, 2012. Strong
                                                      writing and organizational skills are desired. Candidates
                                                        must be eligible to work in the United States without
                                                                        Academy sponsorship.




        Branch and State Local Scholarships
                                                         Hold a doctoral level degree (PhD, ScD, MD, DVM, etc.),
                                                                           in any of the following:

                                                                        Social and Behavioral sciences
                                                                         Medical and Health sciences
                                                                     Biological, Physical or Earth sciences
  AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
                                                                   Computational sciences and Mathematics
                                                               Engineering disciplines (applicants with a MS in
                                                         engineering and three years of professional experience also
                                                                                  qualify).
                                                           Note: All requirements for the degree must be completed
                                                                         by the application deadline




                                                         U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent residents
 American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowships
                                                                         of the U.S. who have a Ph.D.




                                                         U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent residents
                                                         of the U.S. who have a Ph.D. or equivalent who are in the
 American Cancer Society Research Scholar Awards
                                                          first 6 years of an independent research career or faculty
                                                                                  appointment


                                                           U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status as of the
                                                                          application deadline date.
                                                           a Ph.D. degree conferred at least two years before the
                 ACLS Fellowships
                                                           application deadline. (An established scholar who can
                                                         demonstrate the equivalent of the Ph.D. in publications and
                                                                 professional experience may also qualify.)




  American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)                                   Open




American Institute of Indian Studies Junior Research
                                                                   Doctoral candidates at U.S. universities
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Research
                                                                 Scholars who hold the Ph.D. or equivalent
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Scholarly/
                                                                                  Scholars
       Professional Development Fellowship
                                                       Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident abroad
 American Philosophical Society Franklin Research       or foreign nationals who are applying for projects to be
                     Grants                              carried out in the U.S. who have a doctorate or have
                                                            published work of doctoral character and quality




                                                     Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident abroad
                                                      or foreign nationals who are applying for projects to be
American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund Grants
                                                    carried out in the U.S. who are pursuing either a master’s or
                                                                 a doctoral degree or are postdoctoral

                                                       Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident abroad
                                                        or foreign nationals who are applying for projects to be
     American Philosophical Society Sabbatical
                                                         carried out in the U.S. who are mid-career faculty of
                   Fellowships
                                                        universities and 4- year colleges in the U.S. with Ph.D.
                                                                          conferred 1988-2001



                                                        Scholars who have a Ph.D. completed within the last 15
American Political Science Association Congressional
                                                       years; print & broadcast journalists who have a bachelor’s
                     Fellowships
                                                       degree and 2-10 years of full time professional experience




      Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Scholarly
                                                                             Not specified
             Communications Grants




     Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Information
                                                                             Not specified
               Technology Grants
              Arca Foundation Grants                                        Not specified




                                                      Must be signed by the head of the institution which can
Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Secondary Education
                                                     include a public or private college or university, graduate
                      Grants
                                                     school of education, or freestanding educational institution




 Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Health Care Grants                Dean or equivalent must submit




 Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program of the
Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst Endowed          Undergraduate and graduate students of color
                     Fellowship




                                                      Underrepresented minority and women students who are
             AT&T Labs Fellowships                   U.S citizens or permanent residents and who are pursuing
                                                     Ph.D. studies in computer & communications-related fields
                                                        North American scholars who are A.B.D. or who have
              Berlin Program Awards
                                                              received the Ph.D. within the past 2 years




  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health
                                                                              Not specified
                   Program Grants




                                                      American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who
      Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
                                                                        have a college degree




                                                      State governments, County governments, City or township
                                                        governments, Special district governments, Independent
                                                       school districts, Public and State controlled institutions of
  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education              higher education, Native American tribal organizations
              Opportunities                              (other than Federally recognized tribal governments),
                                                        Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                      than institutions of higher education, Private institutions of
                                                                             higher education




                                                      All professionals in the field of aging who are between the
Brookdale Foundation Leadership in Aging Fellowship
                                                                first and tenth years of graduate degree
      California HealthCare Foundation Grants       Not specified




  Carnegie Corporation of New York International
                                                    Not specified
                 Program Grants




Carnegie Corporation of New York National Program
                                                    Not specified
                      Grants




                CASBS Fellowships



        Center for Global Partnership Grants        Not specified




           Commonwealth Fund Grants                 Not specified
Community Forestry and Environmental Research        Graduate students at the masters, pre-dissertation, or
     Partnerships Graduate Fellowships                                dissertation levels




          Compton Foundation Grants                                      Not specified




   Compton Foundation Mentor Fellowships                              Graduating seniors




                                                     Scholars who have completed all requirements for the
Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts   Ph.D. except the dissertation with no more than 5 years of
           Dissertation Fellowship                  teaching or relevant experience who are U.S. citizens or
                                                                      permanent residents
                                                       Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. no later than
                                                      the beginning of the fellowship year and no earlier than 5
  Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts
                                                       years before the year who have no more than 5 years of
             Postdoctoral Fellowship
                                                       teaching or relevant experience and are U.S. citizens or
                                                                         permanent residents




   Cornell University Society for the Humanities       Applicants must have received the Ph.D. degree before
                    Fellowships                                               1/1/09
  Council for International Exchange of Scholars        US citizens with a Ph.D. or equivalent with teaching
      Traditional Fulbright Scholar Awards                                   experience


                                                      People aged 27-45 in academia, government institutions,
 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                          the business community, the media, or religious
                Fellowship in India
                                                                           communities




 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                                          Young Americans
               Fellowship in Japan




                                                         Scholars at U.S. or Canadian universities or research
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service Faculty
                                                      institutions with a Ph.D. who have been working full time
            Research Visit Grant
                                                                           for at least 2 years




DAAD German Academic Exchange Service German
                                                       Ph.D. in the process of preparing dissertation proposals
           Studies Research Grant
                                                            Fellowships are open to print, broadcast and online
                                                         reporters, photographers, editors and producers with no
                                                          fewer than five years’ full-time journalism experience.
       Fellowship on Women & Public Policy             Approximately half of the Fellowship participants are based
                                                       in North America, with the balance drawn from Central and
                                                       South America, Europe, the Asia Pacific region, Africa and
                                                                                the Mideast.



                                                       Scholars enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Ph.D.
               Deborah Gerner Grant
                                                           or who have earned a doctorate in the last 5 years



Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus           Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program          institutions of higher education and other public and private
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                       nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education




    Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional         Researchers working on dissertations or post-Ph.D. who are
                Research Awards                                     U.S. citizens residing in the U.S.


   Disaster Research Center at the University of
  Delaware Fifth Annual Research Experience for                          Undergraduate students
             Undergraduates Awards




                                                         Distinguished scholars from other institutions, writers,
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, U.C.
                                                        journalists, or others who can enrich academic programs
  Berkeley Departmental Residential Fellowships
                                                                  but may not necessarily be academics




                                                         Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts that
                                                        meet the needs of various groups and global communities
DuPont is committed to improving the quality of life
                                                         where the company operates. Areas of support include:
 and enhancing the vitality of the communities in
                                                        Educational programs; Culture & the arts; Environmental
     which it operates throughout the world.
                                                         initiatives; Human & health service organizations; and
                                                                       Civic & community activities.



     Educational Foundation of America Grants                                 Not specified
 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                               Doctoral students in the U.S. or Canada
           Doctoral Dissertation Grants




                                                     Faculty members or postdoctoral researchers affiliated with
 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                        non-profit human service organizations in the U.S. or
       Faculty/Post-Doctoral Research Grants
                                                                              Canada




  Folger Shakespeare Library Research Fellowships                              Scholars




              Ford Foundation Grants                                        Not specified




              Ford Israel Fund Grants                                       Not specified




                                                     Doctoral scholars who have earned their degrees within the
 Foundation for Child Development Young Scholars       last 15 years and are full-time untenured but in a tenure-
                      Program                        track position or have received tenure in the last four years
                                                                 from a college or university in the US




                                                   Mid-career scholars (finished studies last 5-15 years and
The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
                                                  tenure or comparable recognition, but not full professor or
                      Grants
                                                           comparable) living or working in the US
 German Marshall Fund of the U.S. Transatlantic       Senior policy-practitioners, journalist, businesspeople, and
                  Fellowship                                                   academics


                                                       Large grants: professional photojournalists; Small grants:
                Getty Image Grants                      students under 30 who are enrolled in photojournalism
                                                                                courses




  Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Humanities
                                                                              Not specified
                 Program Grants




Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Dissertation         Doctoral candidates who will complete the writing of the
                 Fellowships                                      dissertation within the award year




                                                         The award is open to graduate students who intend to
                                                        pursue academic careers and untenured faculty members
The Hayek Fund for Scholars provides awards of up
                                                       whose academic work contributes to the understanding of
 to $750 to graduate students and untenured faculty
                                                      the principles, practices, and institutions necessary to a free
      members for career-advancing activities.
                                                        society or to the understanding of the classical liberal or
                                                                           libertarian tradition.




                                                       American citizens who have received at least a bachelors
     Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program           degree and are no more than 29 years old on 9/1 of the year
                                                                        they enter the program




           Horowitz Foundation Grants                                            Scholars
                ICWA Fellowships                                                  N/A




Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue   Established scholars whose lives and work are threatened in
                   Fund Fellowships                                       their home countries




                                                         Undergraduates who are receiving federal Pell Grant
  Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
                                                                   funding at 2 or 4 year colleges




                                                      To be eligible as a library applicant for a Learning Labs in
                                                      Libraries and Museums, you must: •be either a unit of State
 Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums Grants
                                                      or local government or a private nonprofit organization that
                                                        has tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code.




                                                      U.S. & Canadian journalists or journalism school seniors or
  Inter American Press Association Scholarships
                                                                 graduates aged 21-35 years of age
                                                            State governments, County governments, City or township
                                                           governments, Independent school districts, Public and State
                                                                controlled institutions of higher education, Native
International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and
                                                              American tribal governments (Federally recognized),
                     Alcoholism
                                                             Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                  than institutions of higher education, For profit
                                                           organizations other than small businesses, Small businesses




The Jack Murdock’s desire to “nurture and enrich the
                                                            Organizations involved in advancing culture and the arts
   educational, spiritual, cultural, and social lives of
                                                              are welcomed each year, as are projects targeted to
 individuals, families, and communities" continues to
                                                            elevating human services, health, and health care in the
be reflected in grants, enrichment programs, and many
                                                                                    region.
               Trust activities to this day.




James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science
                                                                                  Researchers
            Initiative Research Awards




     Japan Society for the Promotion of Science             Citizen of a country with diplomatic relations with Japan
             Postdoctoral Fellowships                           who holds a doctorate received on or after 4/2/04
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Knight News
                                                                                Not specified
                 Challenge Awards




                                                            People who have already demonstrated exceptional
   John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
                                                         capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative
                  Fellowships
                                                                              ability in the arts




                                                         Doctoral candidates who have completed course work and
           Kettering Foundation Fellowship
                                                                   have an accepted dissertation proposal



    Knight International fellows work with partner
                                                        Strong leadership qualities. Fluency in the local language of
  organizations to make lasting, visible changes that
                                                         the country. Demonstrated knowledge of fellowship focus
   improve the quality and free flow of news in the
                                                         and experience in fellowship medium/media. Minimum of
 public interest around the world. Fellows build skills
                                                         10 years of journalism experience or related fields such as
  and enhance the standards of independent media in
                                                          multimedia technology or media-business management.
these key regions: Asia/Pacific, Eurasia/Former Soviet
                                                          Training experience is a plus. Fellowship is open to any
 Union, Latin America, Middle East/North Africa and
                                                           nationality. Fellowship duration is a minimum of a year
                   Sub-Saharan Africa.




                                                         Full-time journalists with a minimum 5 years professional
 Knight-Wallace University of Michigan Fellowships       experience whose work appears regularly as an employee
                                                                                or freelancer




            Lindbergh Foundation Grants                                         Not specified
                                                   Ph.D. candidates who have fulfilled all pre-dissertation
   Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship
                                                                       requirements



                                                    Members of a racial/ethnic minority group who have
     Louisville Institute’s First Book Grant       earned a Ph.D. and are pre-tenured faculty in a full-time
                                                                    tenure track position




Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Fellowships    Institutions of higher education that have graduate students




MacArthur Foundation International Program in
                                                                         Not specified
  Global Security and Sustainability Grants
 MacArthur Foundation U.S. Program in Human and
                                                                              Not specified
         Community Development Grants




        MacArthur Foundation Media Grants                                     Not specified




   March of Dimes Public Policy Research Grants                                Researchers




                                                       U.S. citizens who hold a first degree with a minimum GPA
                Marshall Scholarships
                                                                                  of 3.7




The McGregor Fund is a private foundation organized The Fund provides a special program of competitive grants
"to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being for private liberal arts colleges and liberal arts colleges
                      of mankind."                        within private universities in Michigan and Ohio.




Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture International
                                                            Doctoral students who have dissertation approved
              Doctoral Scholarship
             MetLife Foundation Grants                                         Not specified




 Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research
                                                        Tenured and tenure-track faculty and post-doctoral scholars
 Stanford University Faculty Research Fellowships




  The purpose of the Milken Family Foundation is to
 discover and advance inventive and effective ways of
helping people help themselves and those around them
                                                                               Not Specified
 lead productive and satisfying lives. The Foundation
  advances this mission primarily through its work in
            education and medical research.




                                                       Our grant making is carried out in three ways: We request
The Mott Foundation makes grants in the U.S. and, on proposals from organizations with which we have been in
  a limited geographic basis, internationally. Grants   contact. We send out occasional requests for proposals
 outside the U.S. are made only in the Civil Society  (RFPs) that address a specific issue or area of interest. We
              and Environment programs.                accept unsolicited requests for projects that fall within our
                                                                   program priorities and guidelines.



        Nathan Cummings Foundation Grants                                      Not specified
                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                   City or township governments
  Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical        Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
               Records Projects                      Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education


                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                   City or township governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
  Innovation in Archives and Documentary Editing
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education

                                                                         State governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
      State and National Archival Partnership         Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education

                                                     State governments, County governments, City or township
                                                       governments, Special district governments, Public and
                                                       State controlled institutions of higher education, Native
  National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                        American tribal governments (Federally recognized),
           Digitizing Historical Records
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                     than institutions of higher education, Private institutions of
                                                                            higher education

                                                     State governments, County governments, City or township
                                                       governments, Special district governments, Public and
                                                       State controlled institutions of higher education, Native
  National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                        American tribal governments (Federally recognized),
           Publishing Historical Records
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                     than institutions of higher education, Private institutions of
                                                                            higher education


National Education Association Foundation Learning     Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
              and Leadership Grants                                 education faculty and staff




National Education Association Foundation Student      Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
               Achievement Grants                                   education faculty and staff
                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                   City or township governments
                                                                    Special district governments
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
 Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                            other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education




                                                                        State governments
                                                                       County governments
                                                                  City or township governments
                                                                   Special district governments
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
  America's Historical and Cultural Organizations
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                               than institutions of higher education
                                                             Private institutions of higher education



                                                                        State governments
                                                                       County governments
                                                                  City or township governments
                                                                   Special district governments
             America's Media Makers                 Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                               than institutions of higher education
                                                             Private institutions of higher education



                                                     An institution is eligible to apply only if it is a nonprofit
                                                      organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and has
NEH – Programming Grants to Accompany NEH on
                                                    already received a confirmed booking for one of the NEH
             the Road Exhibitions
                                                        on the Road exhibitions through Mid-America Arts
                                                                               Alliance.
      National Humanities Center Fellowships            People with a doctorate and a record of publication




                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                 City or township governments
                                                                  Special district governments
                                                                  Independent school districts
                                                 Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                                 Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                    Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series
                                                 Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally
                    (R13)
                                                                recognized tribal governments)
                                                  Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                             than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education
                                                     For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                        Small businesses




National Institutes of Health Parent Announcements
                                                                          Not specified
           and Program Announcements
   Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations




                                                                          State governments
                                                                         County governments
                                                                    City or township governments
                                                                     Special district governments
                                                                     Independent school districts
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                       Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase
                                                    Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally
       Diversity in Health-Related Research
                                                                   recognized tribal governments)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                             other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education
                                                        For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                           Small businesses




   National Science Foundation Innovation and
                                                                           Not specified
         Organizational Sciences Grants
  National Science Foundation Cross-Directorate
                                                     Not specified
                 Activities Grants




   National Science Foundation Computing and
                                                     Not specified
 Communication Foundations Core Program Grants




   National Science Foundation Information and
                                                     Not specified
     Intelligent Systems Core Program Grants




National Science Foundation Science of Science and
                                                     Not specified
             Innovation Policy Grants
  National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                                         Not specified
             Learning Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology
                                                                    See specific award types
                     Grants




National Science Foundation/ Directorate for Social,
                                                       Doctoral students who are enrolled at US academic
   Behavioral & Economic Sciences—Doctoral
                                                                           institution
          Dissertation Improvement Grants




National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences
                                                                         Not specified
                      Grants
 National Science Foundation Linguistics Grants    Not specified




       Fundamental Research Program for
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers




  NSF Science, Engineering and Education for
            Sustainability Fellows




SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement
                     Grants
                                                                            State governments
                                                                           County governments
                                                                      City or township governments
                                                                       Special district governments
                                                                       Independent school districts
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                                      Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
                                                         Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
     Major Research Instrumentation Program           Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally
                                                                     recognized tribal governments)
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other
                                                                  than institutions of higher education
                                                      Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                               other than institutions of higher education
                                                                Private institutions of higher education
                                                          For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                             Small businesses




National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities for
                                                                             Not specified
          Academic Liaison with Industry




National Science Foundation - National   Robotics
                                                                              Not Listed
                    Initiative




National Science Foundation Perception, Action and
                                                                             Not specified
                 Cognition Grants
 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                       Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial
                                                       Not specified
                  Science Grants




National Science Foundation Political Science Grants   Not specified




  National Science Foundation Social Psychology
                                                       Not specified
                      Grants
   National Science Foundation Sociology Grants                             Not specified




  National Science Foundation Decision, Risk, and
                                                                            Not specified
            Management Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Foundations of Data and
                                                                            Not specified
               Visual Analytics Grants




    National Science Foundation Methodology,
                                                      Depends on the type of award- see solicitation for details
        Measurement, and Statistics Grants




   National Science Foundation Economics Grants                             Not specified
National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience
                                                                            Not specified
                      Grants




                                                      *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be submitted by
                                                       the following: -Non-profit, non-academic organizations:
                                                         Independent museums, observatories, research labs,
                                                     professional societies and similar organizations in the U.S.
                                                          associated with educational or research activities. -
  International Research Experiences for Students
                                                      Universities and Colleges - Universities and two- and four-
                                                     year colleges (including community colleges) accredited in,
                                                     and having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of
                                                     their faculty members. Such organizations also are referred
                                                                      to as academic institutions.




                                                      *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be submitted by
                                                     the following: -Universities and Colleges - Universities and
 Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers    two- and four-year colleges (including community colleges)
                      Program                           accredited in, and having a campus located in the US,
                                                           acting on behalf of their faculty members. Such
                                                      organizations also are referred to as academic institutions.




                                                     *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be submitted by
                                                     the following: -Only colleges and universities located and
                                                          accredited in the U.S. or U.S.-based professional
    Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
                                                      associations are eligible to apply to this program. Other
                                                      types of organizations can be included only as non-lead
                                                                   collaborators or sub-awardees.
 National Science Foundation Science, Technology,
                                                                      Depends on type of award
                 and Society Grants




        New York Community Trust Grants                                      Not specified




Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard Global Journalists with at least 5 years of professional news-media
          Health Reporting Fellowships                                       experience




 Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard U.S.
                                                        Full-time journalists with at least 5 years of experience
                  Fellowships
                                                    Innovative professionals including journalists, activists,
          Open Society Fellowships
                                                                 academics, and practitioners




                                                    “New Americans” (individuals who are 1. resident aliens,
                                                     or 2. have been naturalized as U.S. citizens, or 3. are the
      Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships             child of two parents who are both naturalized citizens) who
                                                   are not older than 30 and have a bachelor’s degree or are in
                                                               the final year of undergraduate study




Penn State University Institute for the Arts and
Humanities Short-Term Distinguished Visiting                                 Scholars
               Professorships




         Pew Charitable Trusts Grants                                     Not specified
      Public Welfare Foundation Grants                                Not specified




          Revson Foundation Grants                                    Not specified




                                               U.S. citizens aged 23-34 with 2+ years work experience in
     Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowships       business administration, law, journalism, political science,
                                                    or public policy; graduate degree recommended




Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Active Living
                                                                      Not specified
 Research and Healthy Eating Research Grants
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law
                                                                          Not specified
         Research Rapid Response Grants




                                                    Undergraduates, graduate students, qualified professionals
      Rotary Club Ambassadorial Scholarships
                                                                  pursuing vocational studies



                                                     Advanced doctoral students or non-tenured faculty
Russell Sage Foundation Behavioral Economics Small
                                                   members who have been out of graduate school for two or
                       Grants
                                                                       fewer years




          Russell Sage Foundation Grants                             Researchers with Ph.D.s
        Sasakawa Peace Foundation Grants                                  Not specified




                                                    Weatherhead: Ph.D. candidates or scholars with doctorates;
 School for Advanced Research Resident Scholars      Katrin H. Lamon: Native American scholar who is either
Awards—Weatherhead, Katrin H. Lamon, and Anne        pre- or post-doctoral; Anne Ray: An established Native
                Ray Fellowships                       American scholar who has a commitment to providing
                                                    mentorship to recent Native graduates or graduate students




School for Advanced Research Resident Fellowships          Ph.D. candidates or scholars with doctorates




 Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and
                                                                         Ph.D. candidates
              Statecraft Fellowship
                                                     Full-time faculty at a college or university or fellow at a
Smith Richardson Foundation Domestic Public Policy
                                                   public policy think tank or research organization in the U.S.
               Research Fellowships
                                                                  who received Ph.D. after 1/1/02




                                                           US Latino/a pre-doctoral students and postdoctoral and
 Smithsonian Institution Latino Studies Fellowships
                                                                              senior scholars




                                                          Must have completed coursework and preliminary exams
  Smithsonian Institution Pre-doctoral Fellowships       for the doctoral degree and must be engaged in dissertation
                                                                                   research
                                                         Postdocs are for those who have held the doctoral degree or
                                                          equivalent for fewer than 7 years; Senior Fellowships are
  Smithsonian Postdoctoral and Senior Fellowships
                                                              for scholars who have held the doctoral degree or
                                                                       equivalent for more than 7 years
                                                     Must be formally enrolled in a graduate program of study,
Smithsonian Institution Graduate Student Fellowships must have completed at least one semester, and must not
                                                     yet have been advanced to candidacy in a doctoral program

                                                       The applicant must be a member of SPSSI. Applicants may
                                                        submit only one application per deadline. If an applicant
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues –
                                                         has applied to the Clara Mayo Grant in the same award
                Grants-in-Aid Program
                                                       year (July 1 – June 30), she or he is not eligible to apply for
                                                             GIA. Individuals may submit a joint application.
Spencer Foundation Initiative on Philosophy in
                                                     Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience
   Educational Policy and Practice Grants




   The Spencer Foundation Research Grants            Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience




                                                 Junior and senior scholars from humanities departments as
 Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty
                                                 traditionally defined and other scholars seriously interested
                Fellowships
                                                                     in humanistic studies


Stanford Humanities Center Digital Humanities     Scholars whose research projects are critically shaped by
                Fellowships                                       information technology


          Surdna Foundation Grants                                      Not specified




                                                 Serve populations of the Pacific Northwest states: Alaska,
                                                  Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington. Have current
                                                 501(c) (3) Public Charity status from the Internal Revenue
   The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation
                                                    Service (IRS), be a government entity, or be an IRS-
                                                   recognized tribe. It may not be a private foundation as
                                                  defined in Section 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code.
     Rockefeller Brothers Fund Grants          Not specified




The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
                                             Groups of scholars
            Conference Grants




      Rockefeller Foundation Grants            Not specified
The Science of Networks in Communities Laboratory
                                                                       Scholars who hold the Ph.D.
             at Northwestern University




   The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
                                                                               Not Specified
             Education Grant Seekers
   TIAA-CREF Ruth Simms Hamilton Research
                                                             Graduate students at a U.S. college or university
                    Fellowship


       TIAA-CREF Institute Research Grants                                       Scholars




 Time Warner Cable Research Program on Digital            Proposals from any discipline with research interest in
               Communications                                  digital communications will be considered.




                                                         People working with nonprofit organizations including
        U.S. Institute of Peace Annual Grants            educational institutions, research institutions, and civil
                                                                           society organizations




U.S. Institute of Peace JR Peace Scholar Dissertation   Students enrolled in U.S. universities who have completed
                      Fellowship                         all course work and exams toward their doctoral degrees
                                                       Scholars, practitioners, policymakers, journalists, and other
U.S. Institute of Peace JR Senior Fellowship Program
                                                                                professionals




                                                       Nominees must have taught at the undergraduate level, part-
                                                           or full-time, for at least one semester in the 2009-10
    U.S. Professor of the Year Awards Program
                                                       academic year; materials primarily should reflect work with
                                                                           undergraduate students.




   United States-Japan Foundation Policy Grants                               Not specified
United States-Japan Foundation Communication and
                                                                          Not specified
                Public Opinion Grants




                                                   The Fellowship program, which begins in January and ends
                                                        June 30, is open to graduate students and working
      Fellowship on Women & Public Policy
                                                   professionals who have successfully completed 12 graduate
                                                                credits in any academic discipline.




                                                    Both senior and junior scholars from the U.S. and abroad
                                                      who hold Ph.D.s or equivalent; distinguished senior
  University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
                                                   candidates who do not hold Ph.D.s; and advanced graduate
    International Studies Visiting Fellowships
                                                       students who will complete their Ph.D.s before the
                                                                        fellowship begins




                                                      Distinguished scholars, journalists, and senior policy
       Urban Institute Visiting Fellowships
                                                                          practitioners
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Discretionary
                                                                                 Scholars
                       Grants


Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Open Grants                               Scholars




 W.M. Keck Foundation Undergraduate Education            For undergraduate programs in Foundation-designated
                    Grants                                                      states




                                                          Dissertation fieldwork: students enrolled in a doctoral
                                                          program who have completed all requirements for the
                                                       degree other than the dissertation; Postdoctoral fellowships:
          Wenner-Gren Foundation Grants
                                                        Scholars with a Ph.D. in hand for no more than 10 years;
                                                         Post-Ph.D. Research Grants: people holding a Ph.D. or
                                                                             equivalent degree




 White House Fellows Leadership & Public Service         U.S. citizens who have completed their undergraduate
                   Fellowships                             education and established their chosen profession
                                                         Mid-career (8-20 years of experience) policymakers,
                                                       practitioners, and researchers who are influential within
   William T. Grant Foundation Distinguished
                                                     their roles; researchers seeking to work in policy or practice
                  Fellowships
                                                      settings or policymakers and practitioners seeking to work
                                                                           in research settings




                                                       Early-career researchers who have received doctorates
 William T. Grant Foundation Scholars Program
                                                                        within the last 7 years




William T. Grant Foundation Investigator-Initiated
                                                                              Researchers
      Grants and Officers’ Research Grants




Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars       Scholars who have a particular need to use the library,
      Kennan Institute Short-Term Grants              archival, and other specialized resources of the D.C. area


                                                       American academic experts and practitioners, including
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars         advanced graduate students, engaged in specialized
   East European Studies Short-Term Grants              research requiring access to Washington D.C. and its
                                                                         research institutions
                                                   People holding a Ph.D. in academia or practitioners and
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                     policymakers with equivalent level of professional
                 Fellowship
                                                                        achievement
     Deadline                              Other Details
                              Our grants generally range from $5,000 – $50,000
                              with most of our grants in the $25 -$35,000 range.
                              Grants made in this program area focus on
                              communications strategies in order to bring public
          Ongoing             attention to the needs of young children. We have
                              funded: Research of new approaches and strategies to
                              communicate the needs of young children and the
                              importance of early investments. Communication of
                              knowledge to inform the field and build public will

                               brings visiting scholars to the National Center for
                               Health Statistics in Maryland for a period of 13
                               months. To conduct studies of interest to
First week in January annually policymakers and the health services research
                               community. Have access to NCHS data resources and
                               also work on collaborative projects with NCHS staff

                              -to carry out a long-term research project (6-24
                              months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing
                              academic host you have selected at a research
                              institution in Germany
                              In recognition of a researcher’s entire achievements to
                              date. to spend a period of up to one year cooperating
          Ongoing             on a long-term research project with specialist
                              colleagues at a research institution in Germany

                              To carry out a long-term research project (6-18
                              months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing             academic host you have selected at a research
                              institution in Germany. an be divided up into as many
                              as 3 stays within 3 years
                              -The AVH Foundation will grant up to half of the
                              funding for a new collaborative project, such as a joint
    4/30; 10/31 annually
                              study, critical edition, or seed money for an
                              international conference
                              For high quality original research that promises to
                              broaden understanding or use it to improve American
                              institutions—Foundation believes that a theory-based
                              empirically tested understanding of the US economy
          Ongoing             is essential to improving the American quality of life.
                              Focus on economic institutions, behavior, and
                              performance; federal statistics; science and
                              engineering workforce; and workplace, workforce,
                              and working families.
                 -supports work to increase America’s biosecurity and
                 investigate how recent advances in information
  Ongoing        technology affect the spread of knowledge and the
                 structure of scientific endeavor

                 To foster a better public understanding of the
                 increasingly scientific and technological environment
                 in which we live. the program aims to convey some of
                 the challenges and rewards of the scientific and
  Ongoing        technological enterprise and of the lives of the men
                 and women who undertake it. using books, television,
                 radio, film, theater and other media, grants in this
                 program area promote a deeper, richer contact with all
                 the ways science and technology affect our lives

                 Funding grants relevant to nutritional research: 1) to
                 support programs for the education and training of
                 mothers during pregnancy and after the birth of their
                 children. 2) to assist in the training of people to work
12/31 annually   as educators and demonstrators of good nutritional
                 practices. 3) to encourage the dissemination of
                 information regarding healthful nutritional practices
                 and habits

                 As part of the Initiative for Science, Engineering, and
                 Technology, the American Academy of Arts and
                 Sciences has established the Hellman Fellowship in
                 Science and Technology Policy for an early-career
                 professional with training in science or engineering
  1/11/2013      who is interested in transitioning to a career in public
                 policy and administration. While in residence, the
                 Hellman Fellow will work with senior scientists and
                 policy experts on critical national and international
                 policy issues related to science, engineering, and
                 technology.

                 AAUW branches and states provide funding for local
                 scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified
                 women students seeking educational funding.
  Ongoing        Participating branches and states determine their
                 scholarship amounts and eligibility criteria, and
                 applicants apply directly to the opportunities for
                 which they are qualified.
                      To address these challenges, The American
                      Association for the Advancement of Science manages
                      and administers Science & Technology Policy
                      Fellowships in five program areas to provide the
                      opportunity for accomplished scientists and engineers
                      to participate in and contribute to the federal
 Opens 9/1/2012       policymaking process while learning firsthand about
                      the intersection of science and policy. The fellowships
                      in congressional offices are funded by approximately
                      30 partner scientific and engineering societies. The
                      fellowships in executive branch agencies are funded
                      by the hosting offices.


                      Support for the training of researchers to provide
                      initial funding leading to an independent career in
                      cancer research (including basic, preclinical, clinical,
                      cancer control, psychosocial, behavioral,
4/1, 10/15 annually   epidemiology, health services, and health policy
                      research). Awards may be for three years with
                      progressive stipends of $44,000, $46,000, and
                      $48,000 per year plus a $4,000 per year fellowship
                      allowance
                      Support for investigator-initiated research projects in
                      health services and health policy outcomes research.
4/1, 10/15 annually   Awards may be for four years and for as much as
                      $200,000 per year direct costs

                      The ACLS Fellowship program invites research
                      applications in all disciplines of the humanities and
                      related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the
                      project should be a major piece of scholarly work by
    10/2/2012
                      the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g.,
                      novels or films), textbooks, straightforward
                      translation, or pedagogical projects.

                      We invite professors and other qualified individuals to
                      submit applications to spend all or part of the summer
                      as visiting research fellows at the American Institute
                      for Economic Research in the scenic Berkshire Hills
     Ongoing
                      of western Massachusetts. Applications are welcomed
                      from professionals in the economics field or in related
                      disciplines.

                      To enable doctoral candidates to pursue their
   7/1 annually       dissertation research in India. Awards are available for
                      up to 11 months
                      For people who specialize in South Asia to pursue
                      research in India. Short-term awards are available for
   7/1 annually
                      up to 4 months. Long-term awards are available for 6-
                      9 months
                      For people who have not previously specialized in
   7/1 annually       Indian studies to pursue research in India. Awards
                      may be granted for periods of 6-9 months
                      A program of small grants intended to support the cost
                      of research leading to publication in all areas of
                      knowledge. Particularly designed to help meet the cost
                      of travel to libraries and archives for research
                      purposes; the purchase of microfilm, photocopies or
10/1; 12/1 annually   equivalent research materials; the costs associated
                      with fieldwork; or laboratory research expenses. The
                      Society is especially interested in supporting the work
                      of young scholars who have recently received the
                      doctorate. From $1,000-$6,000

                      For research in Native American linguistics and
                      ethnohistory, focusing on the continental U.S. and
   3/1 annually       Canada. Given for a maximum of one year from date
                      of award to cover travel, tapes, and consultants’ fees.
                      From $1,000-$3,500
                      For people who have been granted a sabbatical for
                      work in the humanities and social sciences but for
                      whom financial support from the home institution is
  10/15 annually
                      available for only part of the year. $30,000-$40,000
                      for the second half of an awarded sabbatical year

                      To give early to mid-career communication scholars
                      and journalists an opportunity to learn more about
                      Congress and the legislative process through direct
                      participation. Orientation in November and office
  12/1 annually
                      assignments as full-time legislative aides in the House
                      and/or Senate run from December to August. Stipend
                      of $38,000 plus a small travel allowance

                      Focuses broadly on all stages in the life cycle of
                      scholarly resources. Promoting the cost-effective
                      creation, dissemination, accessibility, and preservation
                      of high quality scholarly resources in humanistic
     Ongoing          studies broadly defined. Grant making occurs
                      principally in 5 main categories: new methods of
                      creating scholarly resources, innovations in scholarly
                      publication, cataloging and other forms of access,

                      To promote the study of uses of digital technologies
                      that can be applied to research and online and distance
                      learning and teaching. Also support investigations of
                      new technical approaches to the archiving of textual
     Ongoing
                      and multimedia materials that require improved search
                      and storage techniques and improvements in user-
                      interfaces
                           Support for projects that work to advance transparent,
                           accountable, and just policies. Domestically
                           concerned about the promotion of a more equitable,
 st                        accountable, and transparent economic recovery.
1 week in August and March
                           Internationally concerned with projects that advance
         annually
                           policies that further normalize US-Cuban relations as
                           well as proposals that work to foster more just policies
                           on a range of international issues

                              Grants for innovative professional development
                              programs that strengthen teachers and their teaching in
                              grades 9-12. Special consideration to projects in their
                              early stages that address the concerns and problems of
                              secondary education on a national level. Encourage
          Ongoing             sustained partnership between the faculties of colleges
                              and school districts, or collaborative efforts involving
                              reform organizations, colleges/universities, and high
                              schools. $100-200,000


                              Focus on “caring attitudes” in patient care with two
                              populations: 1) initiatives that advance caring attitudes
                              in physicians during all aspects of education, 2)
          Ongoing             innovative programs that seek to train other health
                              care providers in caring attitudes such as nurses and
                              hospital . $100,000-200,000chaplains

                              Serve as an intern with NSPP. NSPP seeks to
                              introduce a diverse group of students to issues relating
                              to philanthropy, volunteerism, and nonprofit
                              organizations. The Fellow undertakes general research
                              and program support for the Fund’s grant making and
    7/15/11 for fall 2011     outreach efforts. Must be able to intern for 12-15
                              weeks at the Washington D.C. office of the Aspen
                              Institute; expect that fall and spring internships will be
                              part-time (15-20 hours/week) and summer internships
                              will be full time. Agrant of $2,000-$4,000 will be
                              awarded

                              A 3 year fellowship provides all educational expenses
                              during the school year including tuition, books, fees,
                              and approved travel expenses; education expenses for
                              summer study or university research; a stipend for
                              living expenses; support for attending approved
        1/31 annually         scientific conferences; a mentor who is a staff member
                              at AT&T Labs. Each recipient of a fellowship is
                              placed in a summer internship in the first summer to
                              work as a part of research teams on various ongoing
                              projects within AT&T Labs
                 For advanced German and European studies. For
                 doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral
                 research leading to the completion of a monograph. A
12/1 annually
                 residential program. There is a bi-weekly colloquium
                 which brings together Fellows and leading German
                 scholars
                 The Foundation supports work in three areas: 1.
                 priority diseases and conditions. 2. other health
                 conditions that have a lower overall burden than those
                 noted above, but still have a disproportionate impact
                 in the developing world. 3. critical enabling
                 strategies: to ensure that life-saving health
                 interventions reach those who need them most, the
  Ongoing        Foundation supports efforts to: mobilize new
                 resources for global health; build awareness of global
                 health issues among decision-makers, the media, and
                 the public; strengthen public health leadership;
                 improve the collection and use of data and evidence
                 for global health decision-making; improve the
                 delivery of, and demand for, key products and
                 interventions

                 Fellowships fund a year of advanced study in an Asian
                 language in Asia for people who plan to use an Asian
12/30 annually
                 language in their careers. Study must start between
                 June 2009 and May 2010
                 The objective of this funding opportunity is to provide
                 youth the opportunity to connect with the natural
                 world by participating in hands-on environmental
                 educational experiences through outdoor programs
                 and field classrooms to youth and families, working in
                 conjunction with a variety of schools and other youth-
  9/12/2012      focused nonprofit organizations. These experiences
                 will provide academic, experiential, and
                 environmental education opportunities in order for
                 youth and families to gain a better understanding and
                 appreciation of natural resource management
                 objectives and stewardship of the land.


                 Created to encourage emerging leaders in the field of
                 aging. A two-year grant award of up to $125,000 each
                 year to cover 75% of the fellow’s time, base salary,
                 and fringe benefits. must agree to commit at least 75%
11/5 annually    of time for career development during each of the two
                 years of the fellowship and propose a project related
                 to the field of aging that will contribute to the
                 candidate’s career development and also serve to
                 enhance his/her leadership skills
                Mission is to improve the way health care is delivered
                and financed in California by promoting innovations
                in care and broader access to information. Focus effort
                in three program areas: 1) improving the quality of
  Ongoing       care for Californians with chronic disease, 2) reducing
                barriers to efficient, affordable healthcare for the
                underserved, 3) promoting greater transparency and
                accountability in California’s healthcare system


                interested in the seemingly inexorable growth of
                globalization, the danger of deepening fragmentation
                along cultural, regional, and religious divides and the
                role of developing countries in advancing global
  Ongoing       cohesion and prosperity. Program focuses on several
                specific, but interrelated, grant making areas: nuclear
                security, U.S. global engagement, states at risk, Islam
                initiative, higher education in sub-Saharan Africa and
                Eurasia, libraries and information

                Program aims to contribute to a robust democracy
                fueled by increased educational opportunity, improved
                institutions of learning, increased civic participation,
                and immigrant integration. Two major goals: creating
                pathways to educational and economic opportunity
                and creating pathways to citizenship, civil
  Ongoing       participation, and civic integration in a pluralistic
                society. Grant making activities will include support
                of demonstration programs, promising innovations
                and capacity-building in selected institutions as well
                as research, communications, policy analysis, and
                advocacy

 10/1/2012
                To support Japan-U.S. collaborative policy-oriented
                projects in the following areas: 1) traditional and non-
10/1 annually   traditional approaches to security and diplomacy, 2)
                global and regional economic issues, 3) role of civil
                society
                The Fund supports independent research on health and
                social issues and makes grants to improve health care
                practice and policy. Dedicated to helping people
                become more informed about their health care and
  Ongoing       improving care for vulnerable populations such as
                children, the elderly, low-income families, minorities,
                and the uninsured. Program areas: a high performance
                health system, special populations, international health
                policy and practice
                          For participatory research with communities in
                          sustainable natural resource management,
                          environmental social and economic justice, the
                          maintenance of traditional lifeways, land use issues,
                          and other natural resource topics in urban and rural
early February annually   communities. Community members are full partners
                          who actively participate in designing and conducting
                          the research. Focus in the southwest. Up to $7,000 for
                          masters research, up to $2,000 for pre-dissertation
                          research, up to $15,000 for dissertation research


                          Focus most of funding in the following areas: 1) peace
                          and security- to provide for better protection and
                          safety in areas of armed conflict by improving U.S.
                          and international peace operations, military policy,
                          and police practices. 2) environment and
                          sustainability- advancing ecologically healthy,
                          economically sustainable, and socially just visions for
                          the management and use of fresh water in the western
                          U.S.; reducing the U.S. contribution to the global
   3/7, 9/7 annually      climate crisis; promoting community-based strategies
                          to support healthy ecosystems and thriving rural
                          communities. 3) population and reproductive health-
                          achieving a healthy planet; ensuring and improving
                          access to family planning and reproductive health
                          services within the U.S. Believe that research and
                          activism should inform each other, and that both
                          perspectives are necessary for productive public
                          debate and effective policy change


                          To promote the creativity, commitment, and service of
                          ten students who are nominated by 10 selected
                          colleges and universities in the U.S. Each Mentor
   3/7, 9/7 annually      Fellow designs a project of social merit that focuses
                          on the environment, peace and conflict resolution,
                          reproductive health, and/or equal opportunity

                          Residential program for scholars committed to and
                          willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                          colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                          receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                          of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
    11/1 annually         Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                          research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                          will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                          one semester-long course during the year, to
                          participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                          and to interact regularly with students
                                Residential program for scholars committed to and
                                willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                                colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                                receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                                of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
       11/1 annually            Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                                research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                                will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                                one semester-long course during the year, to
                                participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                                and to interact regularly with students

                                Six to eight fellowships of $45,000 for scholars
       10/1 annually            working on topics related to the theme (changes
                                annually)
                                Grantees lecture and conduct research abroad in a
        8/1 annually
                                wide variety of academic and professional fields
                                To expand professional horizons and enhance
                                understanding of India by spending up to a year on
                                policy oriented research or a related professional
       Contact funder
                                activity in India. Fellowship covers living expenses
                                plus international travel and necessary research
                                expenses
                                To expand intellectual and professional horizons
                                through a period of research or related professional
                                activity in Japan. Basic term of the fellowship is one
       Contact funder           year. Fellowship covers living expenses plus
                                international travel, health and travel insurance, and
                                necessary research expenses

                                Grants for 1-3 months in all academic disciplines to
                                pursue research at universities, libraries, archives,
5/15, 11/15 and at least four   institutes or laboratories in Germany. Monthly stipend
  months before projected       ranges from 1,840 to 2,240 Euro depending on
   research stay annually       academic status with possible travel subsidy for travel
                                within Germany for research project

                                Program is designed to encourage research and
                                promote the study of cultural, political, historical,
                                economic and social aspects of modern and
                                contemporary German affairs from an inter- and
                                multidisciplinary perspective. Intent is to provide an
     5/1; 11/1 annually         opportunity for short-term exploratory research to
                                determine the viability or to delimit the scope of
                                proposed dissertations. Applicants are expected to
                                have completed two years of college German.
                                Research support ranging from 1,500 to 2,500 Euro is
                                intended to offset living and travel costs
                          Fellows attend an intensive weeklong program of
                          seminars and discussions held at Columbia University
                          in New York City. Program activities include
                          background briefings by prominent interdisciplinary
      7/20/2012           experts in the trauma and mental health fields;
                          conversations with journalist colleagues on issues of
                          ethics, craft and other aspects of professional practice;
                          and a host of other opportunities for intellectual
                          engagement and peer learning.

                          Funds to support any legitimate professional
                          development need (e.g., travel to a professional
     10/1 annually
                          meeting, travel to conduct interviews, purchase of
                          databases). Up to $2,000
                          To support the formation of educational consortia of
                          American and Russian institutions of higher education
                          to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                          cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
     7/7 annually         educational materials, and other types of educational
                          and methodological activities; and related educational
                          student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                          $150,000 for 12 months

                          To fund research on congressional leadership and the
                          US Congress. From a few hundred dollars to $3,500
     2/1 annually         and normally for one year. Funds can cover almost
                          any aspect of a qualified research project

                          A 9 week program providing hands-on research
                          training and mentoring in social science aspects of
early February annually
                          disasters. A stipend and all transportation and lodging
                          expenses are included
                          Intended to bring to campus persons with whom
                          faculty and students might not otherwise have direct
                          or sustained contact.. Resident fellows are required to
                          contribute to the intellectual life of the humanities at
early November annually   Berkeley through a series of concrete activities
                          involving students as well as faculty. Honorarium of
                          $10,000 plus airfare and up to $2,000 for housing
                          expenses; up to $500 to cover visa and related fees for
                          international visitors

                          Social Progress – Increasing access to opportunity;
                          helping children, youth and families; fostering
                          understanding among community members
       Ongoing




                          Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the
                          environment, reproductive freedom, theatre,
       Ongoing            education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy,
                          peace and national security issues and human services
                      To support dissertation expenses for studies that have
                      the potential for adding significantly to knowledge
                      about problems in the functioning or well being of
4/15, 11/1 annually   children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      about interventions designed to prevent or alleviate.
                      Up to $5,000 such problems

                      To support studies to develop, refine, evaluate, or
                      disseminate innovative interventions designed to
                      prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological,
                      behavioral, or public health problems affecting
4/15, 11/1 annually
                      children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      studies that have the potential for adding significantly
                      to knowledge about such problems up to $20,000

                      To encourage access to collections and to encourage
                      ongoing cross-disciplinary dialogue among scholars of
                      the early modern period. Short-term supported by
     Ongoing
                      Library’s endowments and carry stipend of $2,500 per
                      month- approximately 35 are awarded each year

                      Grants to develop new ideas and strengthen
                      organizations that reduce poverty and injustice and
                      promote democratic values, international cooperation
                      and human achievement. 13 key fields: arts and
                      culture; civil society; community development;
     Ongoing          development finance and economic security;
                      education and scholarship; environment and
                      development; governance; HIV/AIDS; human rights;
                      media; religion; society and culture; sexuality and
                      reproductive health; and workforce development

                      This is a grant making partnership between the Ford
                      Foundation and the New Israel Fund to promote peace
                      and social justice in Israel. Focused on three areas: 1)
                      promoting civil rights & human rights in Israel, 2)
     Ongoing
                      promoting equity & equal opportunities for the
                      Palestinian minority within Israel, 3) promoting a
                      peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

                      Stimulate both basic and policy-relevant research
                      about the early education, health and well-being of
                      children living in immigrant families from birth to age
  11/1 annually       ten, particularly those who are living in low-income
                      families. Three to four fellowships of up to $150,000
                      for use over one to three years will be awarded

                      Awards fellowships each year for independent
                      projects in fields selected on a six-year rotation of
                      topics. Ten fellowships will be rewarded in the fields
  11/9 annually       of history and philosophy. Stipends of $25,000.
                      Support is intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves
                      or for independent scholars to devote a substantial
                      block of time to the project
                 To develop a range of programs and initiatives and
                 build important networks of policymakers and
Contact funder   analysts in the Euro-Atlantic community. Vorking
                 mostly in residence at GMF’s offices in Washington
                 D.C. and Brussels
                 Large grants: $20,000 to give the time and support
                 needed to pursue projects on significant social or
  5/1/2011
                 cultural issues. Small grants: $5,000 for students

                 To further the humanities along a broad front,
                 supporting projects which address the concerns of the
                 historical studia humanitatis, a humanistic education
                 rooted in the great traditions of the past; the formation
  Ongoing
                 of human beings according to cultural, moral, and
                 aesthetic ideals derived from that past; and the
                 ongoing debate over how these ideals may best be
                 conceived and realized
                 To increase understanding of the causes,
                 manifestations, and control of violence, aggression,
                 and dominance in relation to social change, the
 2/1 annually    socialization of children, intergroup conflict, interstate
                 warfare, crime, family relationships, and
                 investigations of the control of aggression and violence

                 Eligible career-advancing activities include, but are
                 not limited to: Presentations at academic or
                 professional conferences. Travel to academic job
                 interviews on a campus or at professional/academic
  Ongoing        conferences. Travel to archives or libraries for
                 research. Participation in career-development or
                 enhancing seminars. Distribution of a published article
                 to colleagues in your field . Submission of
                 unpublished manuscripts to journals or book
                 publishers
                 To provide an awareness of Asia among potential
                 leaders in American society who have no prior
                 experience of Asia. Provides stipends and internships
                 to live and work in Asia. The program is experiential
  Ongoing        rather than academic in nature. Involves a
                 commitment from late August until mid-July of the
                 following year. Language study prior to departure for
                 Asia is a program requirement and is supported
                 financially
                 Preference is given to projects that deal with
                 contemporary issues in the social sciences and issues
                 of policy relevance. May be for new projects, support
                 for research in progress (including final work on a
1/31 annually    dissertation), or travel funds. Preference is given to
                 scholars in the initial stages of their
                 careers—advanced graduate students and untenured
                 assistant professors and instructors. Typically for one
                 year
                              Those interested in applying for an Institute of Current
                              World Affairs fellowship should send an initial letter
                              of interest and a resume to Executive Director Steven
                              Butler, briefly outlining the proposed project and
                              explaining the personal background and professional
          8/1/2012            experience that would qualify them for the fellowship
                              they have in mind. They should describe the activities
                              they would like to carry out during two years overseas
                              and enclose a resume or curriculum vitae.


                             Permit professors, researchers, and other senior
                             academics to find temporary refuge at universities and
                             colleges anywhere in the world, enabling them to
                             pursue their academic work and to continue to share
                             their knowledge with students, colleagues, and the
 1/1, 4/1, 10/1 annually for community at large. When conditions improve, these
non-emergency; ongoing for scholars will return home to help rebuild universities
         emergency           and societies ravaged by fear, conflict, and repression;
                             if safe return is not possible, the scholar may use the
                             fellowship period to identify a longer-term
                             opportunity. 3 months-one year; up to $25,000 plus
                             health insurance

                              -scholarships of up to $5,000 to study abroad
          Ongoing
                              Grants for Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums
                              will support planning and design activities for spaces
                              that foster experimentation and creativity for middle-
                              and high-school youth in library- and museum-based,
                              out-of-school-time settings. The labs should be
         7/15/2012            grounded in evidence-based research on youth, and
                              should be designed to support youth learning in such
                              21st century skills as critical thinking, problem
                              solving, communication, collaboration, and STEM
                              (science, technology, engineering, and math).


                              To spend an academic year studying and reporting in
                              Latin America and the Caribbean. Expected to take a
                              minimum of 3 university courses, participate in the
       12/31 annually
                              Scholarship Fund’s Reporting Program, and undertake
                              and submit to the Scholarship Fund a major research
                              project
                     The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
                     Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for the
                     purpose of fostering international collaborations
                     between alcohol research investigators within the
                     United States and investigators located at non-United
                     States laboratories and performance sites for the
                     mutual advancement of our understanding of alcohol
    9/7/2014         problems and of clinical and public health approaches
                     to their solutions. The program is intended to provide
                     funds for research activities to be undertaken jointly
                     between the U.S. and non-U.S. laboratory that
                     expands the research direction of both the U.S. and
                     non-U.S. laboratories in a collaborative manner.


                     The three general areas are: Education, Arts &
                     Culture, Health and Human Services
    Ongoing



                     Support research in the areas of studying complex
                     systems and brain cancer research. Projects should be
                     at an early or preliminary stage of development, be
                     intended to break new ground or challenge commonly
                     held assumptions, and be sufficiently novel, cross-
                     disciplinary, or heterodox to have a strong likelihood
    ongoing          of influencing the development of new ways of
                     thinking about important problems. Maximum of
                     $450,000 over a minimum of three years or a
                     maximum of six years; smaller amounts may be
                     requested to pursue pilot projects or test the feasibility
                     of an experimental approach

                     To provide opportunities for young postdoctoral
                     researchers from non-Japanese countries to conduct,
                     under the guidance of their hosts, cooperative research
                     with leading research groups in universities and other
9/4; 5/12 annually   Japanese institutions. Need to arrange a research plan
                     with a host Japanese researcher in advance. For a
                     period of 12-24 months. Includes a round-trip air
                     ticket, a monthly maintenance allowance, and a
                     settling-in allowance
                          A contest for innovative ideas using digital
                          experiments to transform community news and
                          information exchange. For the development and
                          distribution of neighborhood and community-focused
                          projects, services, and programs. Entries should be
                          designed to improve local online news, deepen
                          community engagement, bring Web 2.0 tools to local
     Contact funder       neighborhoods, develop publishing platforms and
                          standards to support local conversations, and/or
                          innovate how we visualize, experience, or interact
                          with information. Entries must use or create digital,
                          open-source technology as the code base; serve the
                          public interest; and benefit one or more specific
                          geographic communities

                          Funds are to help provide Fellows with blocks of time
                          in which they can work with as much creative freedom
                          as possible; to assist research and artistic creation.
     9/15 annually
                          Fellows may spend their grant funds in any manner
                          they deem necessary to their work. For 6-12 months

                          Focus on democratic theory and practice. Fellows
                          participate in workshops and meetings, engage in
                          research projects, writing reports and reviewing
     3/15 annually
                          literature related to the Foundation’s program areas.
                          In residence at the Foundation’s Dayton, Ohio offices
                          for one academic year
                          Candidates may apply for one of our current
                          fellowship openings or propose a fellowship: To apply
                          for a current fellowship opening, candidates must
                          submit an application and select one of the current
       Ongoing            openings in the application. To propose a fellowship
                          and become the fellow who leads the project,
                          candidates must submit a fellowship proposal and an
                          application. Fellowship applications and proposals
                          will be evaluated on a rolling basis.

                          A sabbatical year of study and reflection. Fellows
                          devise a plan of study and select classes from the full
                          range of courses offered at U. Michigan and
                          prominent journalists and leading academics give
                          twice-weekly seminars. $70,000 for September
                          through April plus all tuition, fees, and Fellowship
      2/1 annually        news tours; stipends vary for international students.
                          Must agree not to publish or broadcast during the
                          Fellowship. Must maintain Ann Arbor residency and
                          attend all program seminars and meetings. Typically
                          12 Americans are joined by 6 international colleagues


                          For research or educational projects which focus on
                          the Lindbergh’s vision of balance between the
Second Thursday of June
                          advance of technology and preservation of the
       annually
                          natural/human environment. One category of funding
                          is intercultural communication
                               To support the final year of dissertation writing for
                               projects that contribute to our understanding of
      1/15 annually            contemporary religious communities; focus on North
                               American Christianity. $18,000 for twelve months

                               To spend an academic year devoted to a research
                               project leading to the publication of a first book
                               focusing on some aspect of Christianity in North
      2/15 annually
                               America. Up to $40,000. Grantees must be released
                               from all teaching and committee responsibilities
                               during the award year
                               The Fellowship Program is a major part of the
                               Foundation’s program interest in strengthening
                               America’s “intellectual infrastructure” at the higher-
                               education level. It helps fulfill the two basic
                               prerequisites for liberal education—good teaching and
                               good curriculum—by enabling colleges and
                               universities to offer students in the advanced stages of
                               graduate work the opportunity to pursue serious
                               studies with excellent teachers. The Foundation
                               chooses institutions of higher education each year to
2/1; 5/1; 8/1; 11/1 annually   support graduate and post-graduate students who are
                               designated as Bradley Fellows. The Fellows are
                               chosen by each institution upon the recommendation
                               of one or more distinguished professors in the
                               humanities, social sciences, and the law. There are
                               two primary objectives of the program: first, to
                               recognize and encourage excellence in private liberal
                               arts education; and second, to support projects or
                               activities that will have a significant positive impact
                               on the quality of the liberal arts


                               -supports work in 5 areas: 1) human rights and
                               international justice: to further the development of an
                               international system of justice and advance human
                               rights around the globe, with a special focus on
                               Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia, 2) international peace
                               and security: aim is to reduce global risks from
                               nuclear weapons, foster security cooperation in the
                               Asia-Pacific region and strengthen independent
                               scientific advice on international security matters, 3)
         Ongoing               population and reproductive health: seeks to reduce
                               maternal death and illness and to advance the sexual
                               and reproductive health and rights of young people,
                               with a special focus on Mexico, Nigeria, and India, 4)
                               conservation: of global biological diversity, 5) global
                               migration and human mobility: to improve the
                               governance of international migration and support
                               research to build a base of knowledge about the
                               relationship between migration and economic
                               development
                         The program explores 2 primary themes: the
                         importance of place in people’s lives and the shared
                         interests between individuals, particularly those in
                         trouble or in need, and society at large. Specific fields
      Ongoing
                         of work include: stable and affordable housing, digital
                         media and learning, juvenile justice reform,
                         community and economic development, mental health,
                         and policy research
                         Supports programs on U.S. public TV and radio and,
                         increasingly, on the Web, to help ensure a diversity of
                         viewpoints and expand the availability of high-quality
                         nonfiction content. Primary focus is programs that
                         broadcast independent documentary films and use
      Ongoing            digital technologies to tell well-researched and
                         important documentary stories in multiple media. Also
                         supports non-commercial production of news
                         programming, especially programs that help inform
                         Americans about events and issues in other parts of
                         the world

                         For projects related to public policy issues affecting
                         health care for pregnant women, infants, and children.
                         Projects considered for funding may involve analysis
                         of existing data, conduct of original surveys,
      Ongoing            preparation of case studies, or development of a scope
                         of work for a large-scale study. Not to exceed
                         $25,000. Priority to new researchers who have
                         completed an advanced degree in the last two years or
                         are in the process of completing such a degree

                         To study at graduate level at a U.K. institution in any
                         field of study. Cover university fees, cost of living
                         expenses, annual book grant, thesis grant, research
                         and daily travel grants, fares to and from the U.S. and,
early October annually
                         where applicable, a contribution toward the support of
                         a dependent spouse. Tenable for 2 academic years but
                         may be extended to a third year

                         There are two primary objectives of the program: first,
                         to recognize and encourage excellence in private
                         liberal arts education; and second, to support projects
      Ongoing
                         or activities that will have a significant positive impact
                         on the quality of the liberal arts education provided by
                         the institution.
                         The purpose is to help train qualified individuals for
                         careers in Jewish scholarship and research, and to help
                         Jewish educational, religious, and communal workers
                         obtain advanced training for leadership positions. The
   10/31 annually        amount of the scholarship varies in accordance with
                         the cost of living in the country where the student is
                         studying; grants range up to $10,000 a year. Grants
                         are for one academic year and can be renewed up to a
                         maximum of four years
                      Grants available in education including leadership
                      development and school, community connections,
                      access and opportunity, mentoring, community
                      colleges, and scholarships. Grants available in health
                      focusing on national health promotion and education
                      initiatives with emphasis on: Alzheimer’s and aging,
     Ongoing          parenting skills campaign, healthy habits, HIV/AIDS
                      awareness, and substance abuse prevention. Grants
                      available in civic affairs with emphasis on: affordable
                      housing, economic skills and development, after-
                      school initiatives, mentoring, and volunteering and
                      civic engagement

                      Fellowships offered in a number of interdisciplinary
                      areas encompassing gender in science, technology,
                      engineering, math and medicine, and gendered
                      innovations in knowledge. Fellows must be in
                      residence at the Clayman Institute for the duration of
  10/15 annually      their fellowship during the 2010-2011 academic year.
                      Stipends range from $36,000 for postdoctoral scholars
                      to $60,000 for senior faculty. Applications for one,
                      two, or three quarters will be considered for
                      individuals or small groups

                      In education the foundation is committed to:
                      Strengthening the profession by recognizing and
                      rewarding outstanding educators, and by expanding
                      their professional leadership and policy influence.
                      Attracting, developing, motivating and retaining the
                      best talent to the teaching profession by means of
     Ongoing          comprehensive, whole school reform. Stimulating
                      creativity and productivity among young people and
                      adults through programs that encourage learning as a
                      lifelong process. Building vibrant communities by
                      involving people of all ages in programs that
                      contribute to the revitalization of their community and
                      to the well-being of its residents.

                      Through four programs, and their more specific
                      program areas, the Foundation seeks to fulfill its
                      mission of supporting efforts that promote a just,
                      equitable and sustainable society. Inherent in all grant
     Ongoing          making is the desire to enhance the capacity of
                      individuals, families or institutions at the local level
                      and beyond. The Foundation hopes that its collective
                      work in any program area could lead toward
                      systematic change.
                      Grants in several program areas: 1) inter-program
                      initiatives for social and economic justice, 2) Jewish
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      life and values, 3) health, 4) environment/
                      contemplative practice, 5) arts and culture
                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals that promote the
                           preservation and use of the nation's most valuable
                           archival resources. Projects should expand our
      10/4/2012            understanding of the American past by facilitating and
                           enhancing access to primary source materials.




                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks projects that are exploring
                           innovative methods to improve the preservation,
                           public discovery, or use of historical records. Projects
      10/4/2012            may also focus on techniques and tools that will
                           improve the professional performance and
                           effectiveness of those who work with such records,
                           such as archivists, documentary editors, and records
                           managers.

                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals to strengthen archives
                           and historical records programs in each of the states
       9/6/2012
                           and build a national archival network.


                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals that use cost-effective
                           methods to digitize nationally significant historical
       6/7/2012            record collections and make the digital versions freely
                           available online. Projects must make use of existing
                           holdings of historical repositories and consist of entire
                           collections or series.

                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals to publish historical
                           records of national significance. Projects may focus
                           on the papers of major figures from American life or
      10/4/2012
                           cover broad historical movements in politics, military,
                           business, social reform, the arts, and other aspects of
                           the national experience.

                           To engage in high-quality professional development
                           and lead colleagues in professional growth. The grant
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for
                           groups engaged in collegial study

                           Grants of $5,000 to improve the academic
                           achievement of students by engaging in critical
                           thinking and problem solving that deepen knowledge
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   of standards-based subject matter. The work should
                           also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed
                           learning, and critical reflection
             The Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
             (HCRR) program supports projects that provide an
             essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and
             public programming in the humanities. Thousands of
             libraries, archives, museums, and historical
             organizations across the country maintain important
             collections of books and manuscripts, photographs,
             sound recordings and moving images, archaeological
             and ethnographic artifacts, art and material culture,
             and digital objects. Funding from this program
7/19/2012    strengthens efforts to extend the life of such materials
             and make their intellectual content widely accessible,
             often through the use of digital technology. Awards
             are also made to create various reference resources
             that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works
             that provide basic information quickly to tools that
             synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-
             depth investigation.



             America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations
             grants provide support for museums, libraries, historic
             places, and other organizations that produce public
             programs in the humanities. Grants support the
             following formats:• exhibitions at museums, libraries,
8/15/2012    and other venues;• interpretations of historic places,
             sites, or regions;• book/film discussion programs;
             living history presentations; and other face-to-face
             programs at libraries, community centers, and other
             public venues; and• interpretive websites.


             America’s Media Makers (AMM) grants support the
             following formats:• interactive digital media;• film
             and television projects; and• radio projects.Interactive
             digital media may be websites, games, mobile
             applications, virtual environments, streaming video, or
8/15/2012    podcasts.Film and television projects may be single
             programs that address or a series that addresses
             significant figures, events, or developments and draw
             their content from humanities scholarship.


             These grants support ancillary public humanities
             programs to accompany NEH on the Road traveling
             exhibitions. Typical formats involve lectures, reading
             and discussion programs, film discussion programs,
12/27/2012
             Chautauqua presentations by scholars, family
             programs, exhibition tours, or other appropriate
             formats for reaching the general public.
                      For advanced study in the humanities at the Center in
                      Research Triangle Park, NC. Most of the fellowships
                      are unrestricted in terms of topic. Up to $60,000.
10/15/2012 annually   Library support, support for IT and editorial
                      assistance are provided along with private study,
                      conference rooms, and central areas; the Center
                      locates housing for Fellows
                      The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
                      Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
                      encourages Research Conference Grant (R13)
                      applications to conduct health disparities-related
                      meetings, workshops, and symposia. The purpose of
                      the Academic-Community Partnership Conference
                      Series is to bring together academic
                      institutions/organizations and community
                      organizations to identify opportunities for addressing
                      health disparities through the use of Community-
                      Based Participatory Research (CBPR). The objectives
                      of meetings conducted as part of this award will be to:
    10/17/2013        (1) establish and/or enhance academic-community
                      partnerships; (2) identify community-driven research
                      priorities, and (3) develop long-term collaborative
                      CBPR research agendas. Thus, it is expected these
                      partnerships will lead to grant applications for the
                      support of CBPR projects designed to meet identified
                      community needs. The areas of focus for these
                      partnerships may include one or more of the following
                      community-health issues: infant mortality; Sudden
                      Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); fibroid tumors;
                      childhood, adolescent, and/or adult obesity; health
                      literacy; techniques for outreach and information
                      dissemination; pediatric and maternal HIV/AIDS
                      All current NIH Requests for Applications are
                      included in the RFP Tracker. RFAs have single
                      receipt dates and specified funds with a targeted
                      number of awards. In addition, there are hundreds of
                      additional NIH funding opportunities listed under
                      Parent Announcements and Program Announcements.
                      They are not included individually in the Tracker, but
                      they can be reviewed at the Web site included in this
     Ongoing          entry. Parent and Program Announcements have
                      standard receipt dates throughout the year and are
                      usually open for three years. Parent Announcements
                      are for non-specific, investigator-initiated topics.
                      Program Announcement topics are often broadly
                      defined or a reminder of a scientific need. They are
                      also investigator-initiated.
                    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed
                    to supporting research that will increase scientific
                    understanding of the health status of various
                    population groups and improve the effectiveness of
                    health interventions and services for individuals
                    within those groups. High priority is placed on
                    research on populations that appear to have distinctive
                    health risk profiles but have received insufficient
                    attention from investigators.

                    The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
                    National Institutes of Health invites Research
                    Education (R25) applications to promote diversity in
                    undergraduate and health professional participant
                    populations by providing short-term research
                    education support to stimulate career development in
                    cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, and sleep
                    disorders research. The overall goal of the program is
                    to provide research opportunities for individuals from
                    backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science,
                    including individuals from disadvantaged
   2/7/2014         backgrounds, individuals from underrepresented racial
                    and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities
                    that will significantly contribute to a diverse research
                    workforce in the future. The research opportunities
                    should be of sufficient depth to enable the
                    participants, upon completion of the program, to have
                    a thorough exposure to the principles underlying the
                    conduct of research, and help prepare participants
                    interested in research to pursue competitive
                    fellowships, or other research training or career
                    development awards.

                    Supports scientific research directed at advancing
                    understanding of innovation and organizational
                    phenomena. Levels of analysis may include, but are
                    not limited to, individuals, groups and/or institutional
                    arrangements. Disciplinary perspectives may include,
                    but are not limited to, organizational theory,
                    organizational behavior, organizational sociology,
                    social and industrial psychology, public
                    administration, computer and information sciences,
2/2; 9/3 annually   complexity sciences, decision and management
                    sciences. Research methods may span a broad variety
                    of qualitative and quantitative methods including, but
                    not limited to, archival analyses, surveys, simulation
                    studies, experiments, comparative case studies, and
                    network analyses. Research may involve industrial,
                    educational, service, government, not-for-profits,
                    voluntary organizations or interorganizational
                    arrangements
                             Program encompasses a collection of Social,
                             Behavioral, Economics and Foundation-wide
                             activities that provide support for human resource
                             development and infrastructure improvement in the
        Ongoing              SBE sciences. For special studies, analyses, and
                             workshops on topics affecting, social, behavioral, and
                             economic sciences, particularly issues that span
                             divisional boundaries

                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the algorithmic
                             foundations program, 2) the communications and
8/30 for medium projects;    information foundations program, and 3) the software
 11/28 for large projects;   and hardware foundations program. Small projects up
 12/17 for small projects    to $500,000 total budget with duration up to 3 years;
         annually            medium projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget
                             with duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years


                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the human-
                             centered computing program, 2) the information
8/30 for medium projects;    integration and informatics program, and 3) the robust
 11/28 for large projects;   intelligence program. Small projects up to $500,000
 12/17 for small projects    total budget with duration up to 3 years; medium
         annually            projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget with
                             duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years

                             Supports research designed to advance the scientific
                             basis of science and innovation policy. Research
                             funded by the program develops, improves and
                             expands models, analytical tools, data and metrics that
                             can be applied in the science policy decision making
                             process. Proposals may also develop methodologies to
                             analyze science and technology data, and to convey
       9/9 annually          the information to a variety of audiences. Researchers
                             are also encouraged to create or improve science and
                             engineering data, metrics and indicators reflecting
                             current discovery, particularly proposals that
                             demonstrate the viability of collecting and analyzing
                             data on knowledge generation and innovation in
                             organizations
                               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
        7/15 annually          the objective of leading to better educated children
                               and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                               as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                               proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                               total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                               workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                               budget of approximately $15,000)


                                Basic scientific research about the causes,
                                consequences, and complexities of human social and
                                cultural variability. Research may target any
                                appropriate scale or scales from local to regional to
      1/15, 8/15 annually
                                global. Encourage innovative research that contributes
                                to building spatially and temporally specific theory
                                that extends understanding beyond individual case
                                studies
                                To improve the quality of dissertation research.
  1/15 annually for poli sci, Aallow doctoral students to undertake significant data-
linguistics, cult anthro, law & gathering projects and to conduct field research in
  social science, research on settings away from their campus, among other things
science & technology surveys that would not otherwise be possible through the
             & stats;           student’s university

                               Supports social scientific studies of law and law-like
                               systems of rules, institutions, processes, and
                               behaviors. The primary consideration is that the
                               research shows promise of advancing a scientific
                               understanding of law and legal processes; within this
                               framework, the Program has an “open window” for
                               diverse theoretical perspectives, methods and contexts
                               for study. Proposals are welcome that advance
     1/15, 8/15 annually       fundamental knowledge about legal interactions,
                               processes, relations, and diffusions that extend beyond
                               any single nation as well as about how local and
                               national legal institutions, systems, and cultures affect
                               or are affected by transnational or international
                               phenomenon. In addition to standard proposals,
                               planning grant and travel support requests to lay the
                               foundation for research are welcome
                      Supports scientific research of all types that focuses
                      on human language as an object of investigation. The
                      program supports research on the syntactic, semantic,
                      phonetic, and phonological properties of individual
                      languages and of language in general; the
                      psychological processes involved in the use of
1/15, 7/15 annually   language; the development of linguistic capacities in
                      children; social and cultural factors in language use,
                      variation, and change; the acoustics of speech and the
                      physiological and psychological processes involved in
                      the production and perception of speech; and the
                      biological bases of language in the brain


                      The National Science Foundation encourages the
                      submission of industry-defined fundamental research
                      proposals from NSF Industry/University Cooperative
                      Research Centers (I/UCRC) in areas of shared value
                      to both centers and their members. Industry-defined
                      fundamental research broadens the scientific and
     2/6/2013         engineering understanding beyond the more specific
                      applied research interests of the industries
                      traditionally served by the I/UCRC. Industry
                      participation extends the scope and horizon of center
                      research projects so as to drive innovation with
                      industrially relevant fundamental research projects.


                      Through SEES Fellows, NSF seeks to enable the
                      discoveries needed to inform actions that lead to
    12/3/2012         environmental, energy and societal sustainability
                      while creating the necessary workforce to address
                      these challenges.
                      The National Science Foundation's Division of
                      Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of
                      Social and Economic Sciences (SES), National Center
                      for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), and
   10/15/2012
                      the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA)
                      award grants to doctoral students to improve the
                      quality of dissertation research.
                          The Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI)
                          serves to increase access to shared scientific and
                          engineering instruments for research and research
                          training in our Nation's institutions of higher
                          education, museums, science centers, and not-for-
                          profit organizations.



      1/24/2013




                          Promotes university-industry partnerships by making
                          project funds or fellowships/traineeships available to
                          support an eclectic mix of industry-university
                          linkages. Special interest is focused on affording the
                          opportunity for: 1) faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and
                          students to conduct research and gain experience in an
       Ongoing            industrial setting, 2) industrial scientists and engineers
                          to bring industry’s perspective and integrative skills to
                          academe, and 3) interdisciplinary university-industry
                          teams to conduct research projects. Seeks to fund
                          transformative research that lies beyond that which
                          industry would normally fund


                          The goal of the National Robotics Initiative is to
                          accelerate the development and use of robots in the
11/3 and 12/15 Annually
                          United States that work beside, or cooperatively with,
                          people.
                          Supports research on perception, action and cognition
                          including the development of these capacities.
                          Emphasis is on research strongly grounded in theory.
                          Research topics include vision, audition, haptics,
                          attention, memory, reasoning, written and spoken
                          discourse, motor control, and developmental issues in
                          all topic areas. The program encompasses a wide
   2/1, 8/1 annually      range of theoretical perspectives, such as symbolic
                          computation, connectionism, ecological, nonlinear
                          dynamics, and complex systems, and a variety of
                          methodologies including both experimental studies
                          and modeling. Research involving acquired or
                          developmental deficits is appropriate if the results
                          speak to basic issues of perception, action, and
                          cognition
                      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
1/15, 7/15 annually   the objective of leading to better educated children
                      and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                      as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                      proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                      total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                      workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                      budget of approximately $15,000)


                      Research on the geographic distributions and
                      interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on
                      the Earth’s surface. investigations are encouraged into
                      the nature, causes, and consequences of human
                      activity and natural environmental processes across a
                      range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both
                      domestic and international) qualify for support if they
1/15, 8/15 annually   offer promise of contributing to scholarship by
                      enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts,
                      theories, methods, and their application to societal
                      problems and concerns. Support is also provided for
                      projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and
                      graduate education into the overall research agenda


                      Supports scientific research that advances knowledge
                      and understanding of citizenship, government, and
                      politics. Substantive areas include, but are not limited
                      to, American government and politics, comparative
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      government and politics, international relations,
                      political behavior, political economy, and political
                      institutions

                      Supports basic research on human and social
                      behavior, including cultural differences and
                      development over the life span. Among the many
                      research topics supported are: attitude formation and
1/15, 7/15 annually   change, social cognition, personality processes,
                      interpersonal relations and group processes, the self,
                      emotion, social comparison and social influence, and
                      the psychophysiological and neurophysiological bases
                      of social behavior
                             Supports basic research on all forms of human social
                             organization—societies, institutions, groups and
                             demography—and processes of individual and
    1/15, 8/15 annually      institutional change the Program encourages
                             theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at
                             improving the explanation of fundamental social
                             processes
                             Supports scientific research directed at increasing the
                             understanding and effectiveness of decision making
                             by individuals, groups, organizations, and society
                             disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and
                             workshops are funded in the areas of judgment and
                             decision making; decision analysis and decision aids;
    1/18; 8/18 annually      risk analysis, perception, and communication; societal
                             and public policy decision making; management
                             science and organizational design the program also
                             supports small grants for exploratory research of a
                             time-critical or high-risk, potentially transformative
                             nature

                             Seeks to facilitate analytical reasoning through the use
                             of interactive visual interfaces. Proposals should focus
                             on creating fundamental research advances that will
                             be widely applicable across scientific, engineering,
third Wednesday in January   commercial, and government domains that utilize
         annually            visualization and analytics to gain insight and derive
                             knowledge from massive, often streaming, dynamic,
                             ambiguous and possibly conflicting, data sets


                             -an interdisciplinary program in the Social,
                             Behavioral, and Economic Sciences that supports the
    1/16; 8/16 annually      development of innovative analytical and statistical
                             methods and models for those sciences

                             Supports research designed to improve the
                             understanding of the processes and the institutions of
                             the U.S. economy and of the world system of which it
                             is a part this program also strengthens both empirical
                             and theoretical economic analysis as well as the
                             methods for rigorous research on economic behavior.
                             Welcome proposals for individual or multi-
    1/18; 8/18 annually      investigator research projects, conferences,
                             workshops, symposia, experimental research, data
                             collection and dissemination, and computer equipment
                             and other instrumentation. Also funds conferences and
                             interdisciplinary research that strengthens links among
                             economics and the other social and behavioral sciences
                      -to advance a rigorous understanding of how the
                      human brain supports thought, perception, affect,
                      action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition
1/24; 8/27 annually
                      and behavior, including how such processes develop
                      and change in the brain and through time


                         The International Research Experiences for
                      Students (IRES) program supports development of
                      globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering
                      students capable of performing in an international
                      research environment at the forefront of science and
                      engineering. The IRES program supports active
    8/21/2012         research participation by students enrolled as
                      undergraduates or graduate students in any of the
                      areas of research funded by the National Science
                      Foundation. IRES projects involve students in
                      meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in
                      research projects specifically designed for the IRES
                      program.


                      The Industry/University Cooperative Research
                      Centers (I/UCRC) program develops long-term
                      partnerships among industry, academe, and
                      government. The centers are catalyzed by a small
                      investment from the National Science Foundation
                      (NSF) and are primarily supported by industry center
                      members, with NSF taking a supporting role in the
                      development and evolution of the center. Each center
                      is established to conduct research that is of interest to
    9/28/2012         both the industry members and the center faculty. An
                      I/UCRC contributes to the Nation's research
                      infrastructure base and enhances the intellectual
                      capacity of the engineering and science workforce
                      through the integration of research and education. As
                      appropriate, an I/UCRC uses international
                      collaborations to advance these goals within the
                      global context.


                      The Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
                      (EESE) program funds research and educational
                      projects that improve ethics education in all fields of
                      science and engineering that NSF supports, with
                      priority consideration given to interdisciplinary, inter-
     3/1/2013         institutional, and international contexts. Although the
                      primary focus is on improving ethics education for
                      graduate students in NSF-funded fields, the proposed
                      programs may benefit advanced undergraduates as
                      well.
                    To examine historical, philosophical, and sociological
                    questions that arise in connection with science,
                    engineering, and technology, and their respective
                    interactions with society. 4 components: 1) ethics and
                    values in science, engineering, and technology; 2)
                    history and philosophy of science, engineering, and
                    technology; 3) social studies of science, engineering,
                    and technology; 4) studies of policy, science,
2/1; 8/1 annually   engineering, and technology. Encourage submissions
                    of hybrid proposals that strive to integrate research
                    involving 2 or more of these core areas. Multiple
                    modes of support: scholar awards, standard research
                    grants and grants for collaborative research,
                    postdoctoral fellowships, professional development
                    fellowships, conference and workshop awards


                    Support projects directly benefiting New York City
                    grants average $50,000 for one year four major
                    program areas: children, youth, and families;
    Ongoing         community development and the environment;
                    education, arts, and the humanities, and health and
                    people with special needs

                    To educate journalists so their work can improve
                    public understanding about global health issues. One
                    fellowship will go to a U.S. citizen and one to a non-
                    U.S. citizen. To pursue a concentrated course of study
                    at Harvard’s School of Public Health. Will have
                    access to faculty and courses across the university. At
 1/31 annually      the conclusion of the academic year at Harvard, the
                    fellows will begin 3 to 4 months of journalistic field
                    work in a developing country which is intended to
                    provide an intensive learning and reporting experience
                    in countries with the most pressing problems in global
                    health. A stipend of $60,000, a housing allowance,
                    and childcare support

                    Resident program at Harvard for one year must agree
                    to four stipulations: return at the end of the sabbatical
                    year to the employer who granted the leave of
                    absence, refrain from professional work during the
                    period of the fellowship, complete all the work in two
                    academic courses of their choice, remain in residence
                    in the Cambridge areas each term while classes are in
 1/31 annually      session at least 12 fellowships per year. In addition,
                    two special fellows are chosen: 1) community
                    journalism- for someone who works for daily
                    newspapers with less than 50,000 circulation 2) arts
                    and culture- for someone specializing in arts and
                    culture reporting a stipend of $60,000, a housing
                    allowance, and childcare support
                To work on projects that inspire meaningful public
                debate, shape public policy, and generate intellectual
                ferment within the Open Society Institute categories:
                1) national security and the open society, 2)
                citizenship, membership, and marginalization, 3)
                strategies and tools for advocacy and citizen
  Ongoing       engagement, 4) understanding authoritarianism.
                Fellows may be resident or nonresident at one of
                OSI’s offices or in one of the Soros foundations or in
                multiple locations. Fellowships are typically awarded
                for one year full time stipend in U.S. $60,000-
                $100,000 and adjustments made for Fellows based in
                other countries

                The purpose is to provide opportunities for continuing
                generations of able and accomplished New Americans
                to achieve leadership in their chosen fields fellowships
                are grants for up to two years of graduate study in the
11/1 annually   United States. Each year of the program, the fellow
                will receive a maintenance grant of $20,000 and a
                tuition grant of 1/2 the tuition cost of the U.S.
                graduate program attended by the fellow

                An intense residency period at the University Park
                campus, usually ranging between 3-7 working days,
                during which the non-PSU visiting scholar is fully
                engaged in a series of educational, scholarly and/or
                creative activities; the residency must include a
                number of activities, including at least one public
                event and at least one activity aimed specifically at
  Ongoing       students for distinguished figures who will generate
                interest across multiple disciplines. A financial
                contribution from at least 2 departments/ programs/
                schools is required; the departments’ combined
                contribution must be at least 1/3 of the request made
                to the Institute (e.g., $7,500 from the IAH, $2,500
                from the departments, for a total of $10,000)


                Support for work in: 1) health and human services
                with a focus on public health and human services
                policy, family financial security issues, and science
                and technology 2) environment with a focus on global
                warming and climate change, conservation of living
                marine resources, and old growth forests and
                wilderness protection 3) advancing effective policy
  Ongoing       approaches to critical issues facing states: gathering
                information, highlighting innovation, advancing
                policy solutions- focus on early education, assessing
                economic benefits of investments in children prenatal
                to five , public safety performance, and make voting
                work 4) informing the public information initiatives
January, May, September   3 programs 1. criminal and juvenile justice 2. health
         annually         reform 3. workers’ rights
                          Key program areas are: 1. education: aim of the
                          program is making government more representative
                          of, and more responsive to, its citizens by enhancing
                          participation in public life; a part of the program
                          fosters innovative uses of technology to enhance
                          citizens’ knowledge and participation; another set of
                          grants supports imaginative uses of technology to
                          improve education in and out of the classroom 2)
                          Jewish philanthropy and education: through the
       Ongoing            innovative use of media, policy research and
                          leadership training, it endeavors to enhance awareness
                          of Jewish history and culture and to build bridges
                          between people of diverse backgrounds; a central
                          aspect of the program builds on the power of TV and
                          film to bring the past to life; to develop leadership for
                          research and teaching in the US, Israel, and elsewhere,
                          support graduate fellowships in Jewish studies


                          Offers an in-depth understanding of the political,
                          economic, and cultural environment of Germany and
                          Europe through a 9-month professional fellowship
                          program two high-level work phases in major German
                          institutions including the federal government, private
                          corporations, law firms, media outlets, associations,
  10/15/2012 annually     and cultural organizations. Three seminars throughout
                          Europe about issues facing the E.U. and Germany
                          today. Receive a monthly stipend, all travel costs,
                          health insurance; intensive German language training
                          as needed program begins September 2009


                          Purpose is to advance efforts to reverse the childhood
                          obesity epidemic by 2015 for time-sensitive,
                          opportunistic studies to evaluate changes in policies or
                          environments with the potential to reach children who
                          are at highest risk for obesity, including African-
                          American, Latino, Native American, Asian American
                          and Pacific Islander children who live in low-income
       Ongoing            communities or communities with limited access to
                          affordable healthy foods and/or safe opportunities for
                          physical activity. Studies may focus on one or both
                          sides of the energy balance equation—on physical
                          activity, healthy eating, or both. Research grants: four
                          12 to 18 month awards of up to $75,000 each;
                          publication grants: three 12-month awards of up to
                          $12,000 each
                                 Purpose is to build the evidence for and strengthen the
                                 use of regulatory legal and policy solutions to improve
                                 public health and identifying and ameliorating laws
                                 and legal practices that unintentionally harm health
                                 grants will be awarded on a rolling basis, initiation of
                                 funding will be tied to the full proposal submission
                                 date. Looking for studies in one of two categories: 1)
                                 rapid response evaluations: these studies will take
                                 advantage of opportunities provided by changes in
                                 law, regulation or policy at any level of government;
                                 legal or policy innovations intended to address
          Ongoing                pressing public health challenges can serve as “natural
                                 experiments” that create a window of opportunity for
                                 baseline data collection and/or evaluation; awards of
                                 up to $100,000 each will be available for a period of
                                 up to 12 months, final results from evaluation studies
                                 should be completed no later than 12 months from
                                 start of funding 2) public health law mapping projects:
                                 these projects should produce state-of-the-art legal
                                 datasets in topic areas of high importance to policy-
                                 makers and researchers; grantees will create original
                                 datasets of specific laws in the 50 states and
                                 appropriate territories, or of selected county or
                                 municipal laws; awards of up to $50,000 each will be
                                 -to study abroad
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                                 Supports high quality research in behavioral
                                 economics and encourages young investigators to
                                 enter this developing field proposed research may
                                 address any economic topic appropriate projects will
          Ongoing
                                 demonstrate explicit use of psychological concepts in
                                 the motivation of the design and the preparation of the
                                 results maximum budget is $5,000

                              For projects in four main research areas: 1) the Future
                              of Work which is concerned with the causes and
                              consequences of changes in the quality of low-wage
                              work in advanced economies 2) U.S. Immigration
                              which focuses on the entry of immigrant families into
                              the civic and political life of the country and on
 mid-March and mid-August immigrant experiences outside the traditional gateway
annually for grants >$35,000; cities 3) Cultural Contact which investigates how well
presidential authority awards U.S. institutions are managing to respond to the
    of <$35,000 ongoing       growing diversity of the American population 4)
                              Social Inequality which focuses on the social effects
                              of rising economic inequality, with particular attention
                              to the ways in which the U.S. political and educational
                              systems have responded to growing economic
                              disparities
                Program areas: 1) efforts to ensure peace and security
                in the international community, 2) addressing positive
                and negative aspects of globalization, 3) promotion of
                mutual understanding between priority regions and
  Ongoing
                Japan grant period is from 1-3 years projects must
                promote international understanding, exchange, and
                cooperation

                Two residential fellowships will be awarded each year
                to scholars who have completed their research and
                analysis and who need time to think and write about
                topics important to the understanding of humankind
                resident scholars may approach their research from the
11/1 annually   perspective of anthropology or from related fields
                such as history, sociology, art, and philosophy
                provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                9/1 through 5/31

                Residential fellowships will be awarded each year for
                scholars who have completed their research and
                analysis and who need time to think and write about
                topics important to the understanding of humankind
11/1 annually   provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                9/1 through 5/31

                Supports Ph.D. dissertation research on American
                foreign policy, international relations, international
                security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic
                and military history objective is to support the
                research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations
                through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and
10/1 annually   language training in evaluating applications, the
                Foundation will accord preference to those projects
                that could directly inform US policy debates and
                thinking, rather than dissertations that are principally
                focused on abstract theory or debates within a
                scholarly discipline up to twenty grants of $7,500 each
                will be awarded
                          For research and writing on domestic public policy
                          issues preference will be given to proposals that
                          address policy issues that have been priority areas for
                          the Foundation’s Domestic Public Policy Program
                          during the past three years: education, school reform;
                          income support and anti-poverty policy; child and
                          youth development; public finance; policies related to
       Ongoing            public entitlement programs; urban and criminal
                          justice policy; regulatory policy; immigration policy;
                          and the political process $60,000; the grant can be
                          used to cover the salary costs of the researcher and to
                          underwrite research costs, such as travel, research
                          assistance, and data acquisition


                          Senior and postdoctoral: $42,000 per year; pre-
                          doctoral: $27,000 per year fellowships are available
                          for three to twelve months provides opportunities to
                          pursue research topics that relate to Latino art, culture,
                          and history interdisciplinary studies are encouraged
                          and can be undertaken at more than one of the
                          Smithsonian museums and/or research units and
                          advised by one or more of the Smithsonian research
                          staff members while not a condition of the award,
     1/15 annually        Fellows are invited to pursue a portion of their project
                          in the field: at other museums or research facilities, as
                          well as in communities where primary data can be
                          collected; a research and travel allowance will be
                          made available to cover additional costs of spending
                          up to one third of the fellowship tenure away from the
                          Smithsonian, if appropriate and necessary, but not at
                          the Fellow’s home institution



                          $27,000 per year allow students to conduct research
     1/15 annually        for periods of three to twelve months

                          $42,000 per year fellowships of three to twelve
                          months are available
     1/15 annually


                          Allow students to conduct research for 10-week
                          periods in association with Smithsonian research staff
     1/15 annually
                          members

                          The SPSSI Committee on Grants-in-Aid (GIA) wishes
                          to support scientific research in social problem areas
                          related to the basic interests and goals of SPSSI and
5/15 and 10/20 annually
                          particularly those that are not likely to receive support
                          from traditional sources.
                      For research projects in philosophy as it relates to
                      educational policy and practice Applicants are
                      encouraged to understand educational policy and
                      practice in broad terms, including issues that directly
                      relate to K-12 schools and higher education
     Ongoing          institutions, but also concerning policies that influence
                      children’s growth and development in the family and
                      in other areas of social life including children’s
                      upbringings, educational issues in family life and in
                      the workplace, the educational effects of welfare
                      policy awards of up to $40,000

                      Provides funding for research projects on education in
                      the U.S. and abroad grants range in size from small
                      grants that can be completed within a year to large,
                      multi-year endeavors the Foundation has 4 specific
                      areas of interest (though proposals that do not fit in
     Ongoing          these defined areas will continue to be accepted): the
                      relation between education and social opportunity;
                      organizational learning in schools, school systems,
                      and higher education institutions; teaching, learning,
                      and instructional resources; and purposes and values
                      of education

                      -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                      regularly in formal and informal sessions while
  10/15 annually
                      pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                      -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                      regularly in formal and informal sessions while
10/15/2012 annually
                      pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                      -supports work in the areas of environment,
     Ongoing          community revitalization, effective citizenry, the arts,
                      and the nonprofit sector
                      The Foundation makes grants that maximize positive
                      impact for Northwest communities. To do this, we use
                      a range of strategies for inviting in proposals for
                      funding, including letters of inquiry and requests for
                      proposals. Typically, invitations are extended to
                      organizations closely aligned with our goals and
     Ongoing          priorities. Because our funding decisions are shaped
                      by this process, we do not accept unsolicited
                      proposals. If, after reviewing our program areas, you
                      believe your organization is aligned with our giving,
                      please utilize the contact information page to make
                      your inquiry.
          four main areas of support with geographic focus on
          New York City, South Africa, Southern China, and
          Western Balkans: 1) democratic practice:
          encouraging civic engagement in the US, fostering
          effective governance in the US, increasing access to
          and participation in global governance, ensuring
          transparency and accountability in global governance,
          2) peace and security: focuses on 2 factors that may be
          key to advancing or undermining global problem
          solving: the content and style of U.S. global
          engagement in the face of new perils and opportunities
Ongoing   and the strength and quality of relationships between
          Muslim and Western societies, 3) sustainable
          development: goals are combating global warming
          and protecting ecosystems and conserving
          biodiversity, 4) human advancement: supporting arts
          and culture, working to improve the quality of
          education, recognizing and encouraging individual
          leadership, and helping to mitigate the impact of
          health threats that undermine human advancement on
          a nation- or region-wide scale


          To support conferences at Bellagio Center (Italy) For
          framing debates on world issues, for translating theory
          into action and for devising creative responses to
          some of the most pressing issues of our time,
          especially those directed at alleviating poverty and
          vulnerability Most conferences are one-time events
          scheduled for 5 days or less, but applications for a
Ongoing   series of meetings are considered Generally, no more
          than half the participants should be citizens of any one
          country the Foundation provides participants with
          room and board for all meetings; most participants
          cover and arrange for their own travel, although
          assistance is available for those who meet specified
          criteria

          Ffocus resources on five interconnected issue areas,
          selected both because they are critical global
          challenges and because the Foundation is distinctively
          positioned to address them effectively and with
          measurable results: 1) repairing weak, outmoded
Ongoing   health systems, 2) building resilience to environmental
          degradation and climate change, 3) addressing the
          risks of accelerating urbanization, 4) reweaving frayed
          social contracts, 5) easing basic survival insecurities
                     Advance social network theories, methods, and web-
                     based tools to better understand and facilitate social
                     networks in a variety of contexts including
                     communities of practice; science, engineering, and
                     medical communities; and communities involved in
                     emergency response, public health, climate change,
 Contact Funder      and virtual worlds up to 3 post doctoral positions to
                     conduct social network research in several of the on-
                     going projects, take leadership in initiating new
                     interdisciplinary research projects, and to co-mentor
                     junior lab members stipend commensurate with
                     qualifications and experience

                     Not Specified
    Ongoing

                     For social scientists to study the African Diaspora
   3/2 annually
                     To pursue rigorous and sophisticated research in areas
                     of interest to TIAA-CREF such as retirement income
    Ongoing
                     security issues and strategic issues in higher education

                     The Research Program will focus on the following
                     areas: -Increasing knowledge about the marketplace
                     and the consumer Increasing knowledge about digital
4/1/12 and 11/1/12
                     technologies Increasing knowledge about innovation
                     in digital communications

                     Supports innovative peace building projects involving
                     research, the identification of promising models and
                     effective practices, the development of practitioner
                     resources and tools, the development and delivery of
                     education, training and dialogue programs, and the
                     production of films, radio programs, and other media
  10/1 annually      projects are focused on preventing, managing and
                     resolving violent conflict and promoting post-conflict
                     peace building in settings outside the border of the
                     U.S. awards generally range from $40,000 to
                     $120,000 and are one to two years in duration


                     For researching and writing dissertations on topics
                     related to peace, conflict, and international security;
                     should have a research agenda with clear relevance to
                     policy issues $20,000 for 10 months fellows carry out
                     the work at their own universities or other sites
 Contact funder      appropriate to their research expected to devote full
                     time attention to their work may be invited to give a
                     presentation at the Institute and to participate in
                     Institute workshops, conferences, and other activities
                      For research on conflict and peace while in residence
                      at the Institute for 10 months beginning in October;
                      shorter term residences are also available priority
                      given to proposals deemed likely to make timely and
                      significant contributions to the understanding and
                      resolution of ongoing and emerging conflicts and
                      other challenges to international peace and security;
                      projects should have clear policy relevance fellows
                      contribute to the collegial life of the Institute by
  Contact funder      presenting their work and participating in workshops,
                      conferences, and other events; expected to devote full
                      attention to the fellowship workattempt to match
                      earned income during the year preceding the
                      fellowship up to a maximum of $80,000 for 10
                      months; coverage of 80% of health premiums for the
                      Fellow and dependents with a cap of $500 per month,
                      a part-time research assistant, travel to and from D.C.
                      for Fellow and dependents


                      The U.S. Professors of the Year program salutes the
                      most outstanding undergraduate instructors in the
                      country-those who excel in teaching and positively
                      influence the lives and careers of students. Sponsored
    4/16/2012         by CASE and The Carnegie Foundation for the
                      Advancement of Teaching, it is the only national
                      program to recognize excellence in undergraduate
                      teaching and mentoring.

                      Favor proposals that have a strong original research
                      component often includes a structured analysis of data
                      or policies that yields a publishable result and makes a
                      contribution to the body of evidence in support of
1/15, 7/15 annually   viable solutions to problems of common U.S.-Japan
                      interest could also include visiting fellowships in
                      particular policy areas, study groups, or other formats
                         Projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in
                         the U.S. and/or U.S. in Japan, but also deal with
                         concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship
                         types of projects: 1) print media- exchange programs,
                         fellowships, research, etc. involving journalists,
                         editors, or other print media professionals leading to
                         professional development and/or an article series of
                         publication; 2) broadcast media: exchange programs,
  1/15, 7/15 annually    fellowships, research, symposiums, etc. involving
                         broadcast journalists, editors, or other broadcast
                         media professionals resulting in professional
                         development and/or a story series of other special
                         coverage, 3) documentary film/video (and other multi-
                         media)- documentary films about Japan and the U.S.-
                         Japan relationship, 4) other- unique approaches to
                         strengthening the U.S.-Japan relationships


                         The Fellowship offers a $9000 stipend and tuition
                         assistance for academic coursework. In the spring
                         semester, fellows are full-time graduate students at
     9/1 Annually        Rockefeller College with policy-related field
                         placements for thirty hours a week from January
                         through June. Health plans are available.

                         To promote comparative international research on the
                         Institute’s core themes: democratization and the
                         quality of democracy, growth and development, public
                         policies for social justice, religion and society, social
                         movements and organized civil society affords
First week in November   recipients the time to move a research project forward
        annually         in an intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary
                         environment, share findings, and develop linkages
                         with renowned U.S. and international scholars awards
                         include stipend, travel expenses, office space, partial
                         housing subsidy, and access to campus facilities


                         Participate in ongoing research projects, collaborate in
                         the development of new research, learn from and
                         advice on Urban Institute work while pursuing
                         independent projects fellows are expected to spend at
                         least half their time on-site at the Urban Institute for at
                         least one semester, interact with staff in host Centers,
    Contact funder       give at least one seminar or lecture per semester- open
                         to all Urban Institute staff, and participate in other UI
                         panels and roundtables receive an office, computer,
                         and telephone a limited number of stipends will be
                         awarded competitively; those who work on funded
                         research projects or formal proposals may be paid as
                         consultants
                           For proposals rooted in the humanities grants of up to
                           $2,500 to plan larger projects or to carry out programs
       Ongoing
                           where only a modest amount of funding is required

                           For proposals rooted in any humanities discipline
10/15, 2/1, 5/1 annually   most fall within the $3,000-$10,000 range

                           Promotes distinctive learning and research
                           experiences in science, engineering and the liberal arts
                           at undergraduate colleges in Foundation-designated
  5/1, 11/1 annually       states or through organizations that address
                           undergraduate needs at the national level grants from
                           $200,000 to $1 million

                           This program contributes to the Foundation’s overall
                           mission to support basic research in anthropology and
                           to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source
                           of vibrant and significant work that furthers our
                           understanding of humanity’s cultural and biological
                           origins, development, and variation there is no
                           preference for any methodology, research location, or
                           subfield The Foundation particularly welcomes
                           proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can
                           generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or
  5/1; 11/1 annually       integrate two or more subfields Dissertation
                           Fieldwork Grants: maximum of $20,000 with no time
                           limit to aid doctoral or thesis research Hunt
                           Postdoctoral Fellowships: support writing-up of
                           already completed research; $40,000 for 12 months of
                           continuous full-time writing but can apply for a
                           shorter time period Post-Ph.D. Research Grants: to
                           support individual research projects; maximum of
                           $25,000 toward research expenses with no time limit


                           Fellows spend a year working as assistants to senior
                           White House staff, the Vice President, Cabinet
                           Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials
                           responsibilities range from chairing interagency
                           meetings and designing and implementing Federal
     2/1 annually          policies to drafting speeches for cabinet secretaries to
                           representing their agencies on Capitol Hill and in
                           international treaty negotiations Fellows receive a
                           salary and benefits with salary paid at the Federal pay
                           grade GS-14 step 3
                               The goal of the program is to increase the supply of,
                               demand for, and use of high-quality research in the
                               service of improved youth outcomes and well-being to
                               accomplish this goal, the program gives researchers
                               the opportunity to immerse themselves in practice or
                               policy settings and conversely gives influential mid-
                               career practitioners and policymakers the opportunity
       1/6 annually            to work in research settings each Fellow will receive
                               up to $175,000 for the total duration of the fellowship
                               which may range between 6 months and 2
                               yearsFellowship activity must amount to a minimum
                               of half of a person-year at the fellowship site(s) over
                               the duration of the project


                               For professional development related to issues that
                               have compelling relevance for theory, and policies or
                               practices, affecting the settings of youth ages 8 to 25
                               in the United States or a vulnerable subpopulation of
                               those youth Candidates must submit five-year research
       7/8 annually            plans that demonstrate creativity, intellectual rigor,
                               and a commitment to continued professional
                               development $350,000 over a five year period this
                               may not be used as a post-doctoral fellowship


                               Supports research to improve the lives of youth ages 8
                               to 25 in the United States focus on enhancing our
                               understanding of how youth settings work, how they
Letters of inquiry due early   affect youth development, and how they can be
     January, April, and       improved focus on when, how, and under what
September for Investigator-    conditions research evidence is used in policy and
 Initiated Grants annually;    practice that affect youth and how its use can be
   ongoing for Officers’       improved nvestigator-Initiated Research Grants
       Research Grants         usually range between $100,000 and $600,000 and
                               cover two to three years of support Officers’ Research
                               Grants range between $15,000 and $25,000 and
                               typically cover one to two years

                              Grants for up to one month to study the former Soviet
                              Union (excluding the Baltic States). policy-relevant
3/1; 6/1; 9/1; 12/ 1 annually research is preferred stipend of $100 per day must be
                              in residence in Washington D.C. for the duration of
                              the grant
                              Grants are for 1 month and do not include residence at
                              the Wilson Center for scholars working on policy
3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1 annually
                              relevant projects on East Europe
                Residential fellowships in Washington D.C. for
                scholarship related to key public policy challenges or
                providing the historical and/or cultural framework to
                illuminate policy issues of contemporary importance
                try to ensure that stipend and other funding sources
                together approximate regular salary with maximum
10/1 annually   stipend of $85,000; includes round trip travel for
                fellows and dependents; 75% of health insurance
                premiums get an office, access to professional
                librarians, a part-time research assistant, and a
                computer expected to devote full time to the
                fellowship, be in residence from September through
                May, and participate in Center activities
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http://www.mff.org/about/about.taf?page=fund
                                               4/13/2011
                     ing




http://www.mott.org/about/programs/program
                                               4/13/2011
            guidelines2009.aspx




      http://www.nathancummings.net            5/26/2009
http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              7/1/2012
                 access.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              7/1/2012
               innovation.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              7/1/2012
              partnership.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              3/23/2012
                digitizing.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              3/23/2012
               publishing.html




       http://www.neafoundation.org           5/26/2009




       http://www.neafoundation.org           5/26/2009
http://www.neh.gov/grants/preservation/huma
                                                7/1/2012
   nities-collections-and-reference-resources




      http://www.neh.gov/grants/ahco            7/1/2012




      http://www.neh.gov/grants/amm             7/1/2012




http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/NEHonth
                                                3/23/2012
              eroad2012.htm
     http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org           4/22/2010




http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-
                                                   3/23/2012
                   12-102.html




 http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html     5/26/2009
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-
                                                  3/23/2012
                  12-111.html




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
                                                  7/1/2012
         ode=VIEW&oppId=162133




             http://www.nsf.gov                   5/26/2009
http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009
http://www.nsf.gov   1/26/2010




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009
             http://www.nsf.gov                5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp
                                               3/23/2012
            ?ods_key=nsf11570




http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp
                                               3/23/2012
            ?ods_key=nsf11575




http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp
                                               3/23/2012
            ?ods_key=nsf11547
http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp
                                               3/23/2012
            ?ods_key=nsf11503




             http://www.nsf.gov                5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pi
                                               7/16/2011
          ms_id=503641&org=CISE




             http://www.nsf.gov                5/26/2009
http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009
http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   2/2/2011




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009




http://www.nsf.gov   5/26/2009
            http://www.nsf.gov                5/26/2009




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
                                              7/1/2012
         ode=VIEW&oppId=162734




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
                                              7/1/2012
         ode=VIEW&oppId=131673




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
                                              7/1/2012
          ode=VIEW&oppId=59774
      http://www.nsf.gov          5/26/2009




http://www.nycommunitytrust.org   5/26/2009




http://www.nieman.harvard.edu     5/26/2009




http://www.nieman.harvard.edu     5/26/2009
     http://www.soros.org         4/22/2010




    http://www.pdsoros.org        5/26/2009




http://www.research.psu.edu/iah   5/26/2009




   http://www.pewtrusts.org       5/26/2009
      http://www.publicwelfare.org         5/26/2009




    http://www.revsonfoundation.org        5/26/2009




http://www.cdsintl.org/fromusa/bosch.htm   5/26/2009




          http://www.rwjf.org              8/11/2009
   http://www.rwjf.org       10/21/2010




  http://www.rotary.org      5/26/2009




http://www.russellsage.org   5/26/2009




http://www.russellsage.org   5/26/2009
 http://www.spf.org     5/26/2009




http://www.sarweb.org   8/11/2009




http://www.sarweb.org   7/22/2010




  http://www.srf.org    11/3/2009
             http://www.srf.org                 5/26/2009




             http://www.si.edu                  5/26/2009




             http://www.si.edu                  5/26/2009



             http://www.si.edu                  5/26/2009




             http://www.si.edu                  5/26/2009




http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=pag
                                                3/23/2012
          e.viewpage&pageid=730
          http://www.spencer.org             5/26/2009




          http://www.spencer.org             5/26/2009




          http://shc.stanford.edu            11/3/2009




          http://shc.stanford.edu            11/3/2009



          http://www.surdna.org              5/26/2009




http://www.pgafoundations.com/TemplateMain
                                             4/13/2011
             .aspx?contentId=19
   http://www.rbf.org      5/26/2009




http://www.rockfound.org   5/26/2009




http://www.rockfound.org   5/26/2009
       http://sonic.northwestern.edu/           4/22/2010




http://www.hewlett.org/grants/grantseekers/ed
                                                4/13/2011
             ucation-program
       http://www.tiaa-crefinstitute.org        2/2/2011


       http://www.tiaa-crefinstitute.org        5/26/2009




http://www.twcresearchprogram.com/overview
                                                1/18/2012
                   .php




             http://www.usip.org                5/26/2009




             http://www.usip.org                5/26/2009
            http://www.usip.org               5/26/2009




http://www.usprofessorsoftheyear.org/Newsro
                                              3/23/2012
           om/Nominations.html




            http://www.us-jf.org              5/26/2009
           http://www.us-jf.org             4/22/2010




http://www.albany.edu/womeningov/programs
                                            7/1/2012
                /fwpp.shtml




           http://kellogg.nd.edu            5/26/2009




          http://www.urban.org              8/11/2009
http://www.virginiafoundation.org   5/26/2009



http://www.virginiafoundation.org   8/11/2009




    http://www.wmkeck.org           5/26/2009




  http://www.wennergren.org         5/26/2009




  http://www.whitehouse.gov         5/26/2009
  http://wtgrantfoundation.org     11/3/2009




http://www.wtgrantfoundation.org   11/3/2009




http://www.wtgrantfoundation.org   5/26/2009




  http://www.wilsoncenter.org      5/26/2009




  http://www.wilsoncenter.org      5/26/2009
http://wilsoncenter.org   5/26/2009
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                    Tag                                Organization


                Research, Award                        Alexander von Humboldt




            Research, Award, Funding                   American Cancer Society




              Award, International                          Berlin Program




                     Award                   Council for International Exchange of Scholars



            Research, Award, Funding                 Dirksen Congressional Center




       Funding, Award, Education, Students             Hayek Fund for Scholars
Research, Award, Funding, Grant, Science      James S. McDonnell Foundation




                Award                      John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
          Award Opportunity


                  Award                                     Eligible Population

                                                        Eminent researchers at the peak of their academic
     Alexander von Humboldt Research Award
                                                                             careers


                                                        U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent
                                                      residents of the U.S. who have a Ph.D. or equivalent
American Cancer Society Research Scholar Awards
                                                      who are in the first 6 years of an independent research
                                                                   career or faculty appointment



                                                      North American scholars who are A.B.D. or who have
              Berlin Program Awards
                                                            received the Ph.D. within the past 2 years


  Council for International Exchange of Scholars      US citizens with a Ph.D. or equivalent with teaching
      Traditional Fulbright Scholar Awards                                 experience


   Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional          Researchers working on dissertations or post-Ph.D.
               Research Awards                             who are U.S. citizens residing in the U.S.



                                                      The award is open to graduate students who intend to
                                                        pursue academic careers and untenured faculty
The Hayek Fund for Scholars provides awards of up      members whose academic work contributes to the
 to $750 to graduate students and untenured faculty      understanding of the principles, practices, and
      members for career-advancing activities.          institutions necessary to a free society or to the
                                                       understanding of the classical liberal or libertarian
                                                                            tradition.
James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science
                                                     Researchers
            Initiative Research Awards




John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Knight News
                                                     Not specified
                 Challenge Awards
Deadline                           Other Details
                      In recognition of a researcher’s entire achievements to
                      date. to spend a period of up to one year cooperating
     Ongoing          on a long-term research project with specialist
                      colleagues at a research institution in Germany

                      Support for investigator-initiated research projects in
                      health services and health policy outcomes research.
4/1, 10/15 annually   Awards may be for four years and for as much as
                      $200,000 per year direct costs

                      For advanced German and European studies. For
                      doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral
                      research leading to the completion of a monograph. A
  12/1 annually
                      residential program. There is a bi-weekly colloquium
                      which brings together Fellows and leading German
                      scholars
                      Grantees lecture and conduct research abroad in a
   8/1 annually
                      wide variety of academic and professional fields
                      To fund research on congressional leadership and the
                      US Congress. From a few hundred dollars to $3,500
   2/1 annually       and normally for one year. Funds can cover almost
                      any aspect of a qualified research project

                      Eligible career-advancing activities include, but are
                      not limited to: Presentations at academic or
                      professional conferences. Travel to academic job
                      interviews on a campus or at professional/academic
     Ongoing          conferences. Travel to archives or libraries for
                      research. Participation in career-development or
                      enhancing seminars. Distribution of a published article
                      to colleagues in your field . Submission of
                      unpublished manuscripts to journals or book
                      publishers
                 Support research in the areas of studying complex
                 systems and brain cancer research. Projects should be
                 at an early or preliminary stage of development, be
                 intended to break new ground or challenge commonly
                 held assumptions, and be sufficiently novel, cross-
                 disciplinary, or heterodox to have a strong likelihood
   ongoing       of influencing the development of new ways of
                 thinking about important problems. Maximum of
                 $450,000 over a minimum of three years or a
                 maximum of six years; smaller amounts may be
                 requested to pursue pilot projects or test the feasibility
                 of an experimental approach

                 A contest for innovative ideas using digital
                 experiments to transform community news and
                 information exchange. For the development and
                 distribution of neighborhood and community-focused
                 projects, services, and programs. Entries should be
                 designed to improve local online news, deepen
                 community engagement, bring Web 2.0 tools to local
Contact funder   neighborhoods, develop publishing platforms and
                 standards to support local conversations, and/or
                 innovate how we visualize, experience, or interact
                 with information. Entries must use or create digital,
                 open-source technology as the code base; serve the
                 public interest; and benefit one or more specific
                 geographic communities
Website w/ Application
  Details & Other                           Posted
    Information

   http://www.humboldt-foundation.de        5/26/2009




         http://www.cancer.org              5/26/2009




 http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~bprogram     4/22/2010




          http://www.cies.org               5/26/2009



      http://www.dirksencenter.org          5/26/2009




http://www.theihs.org/hayek-fund-scholars   4/13/2011
http://www.jsmf.org/apply/apply.php   4/13/2011




   http://www.newschallenge.org       8/11/2009
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                     Tag                             Organization


               Award, International                       Berlin Program




          Grant, Fellowship, International             Blakemore Foundation




           Grant, Funding, International            Center for Global Partnership




             Fellowship, International              Council on Foreign Relations




       Federal, Grant, Funding, International         Department of Education




  Funding, International, Education, Environment,
                                                              DuPont
                 Youth, Community
        Fellowship, International                 Institute of International Education




                                            International Research Collaboration on Alcohol
Research, International, Funding, Federal
                                                             and Alcoholism




       Scholarship, International                        Marshall Scholarships




        Fellowship, International                    Smith Richardson Foundation
Grant, Funding, International   United States-Japan Foundation
     International Opportunity


                   Award                                     Eligible Population


                                                       North American scholars who are A.B.D. or who have
              Berlin Program Awards
                                                             received the Ph.D. within the past 2 years



                                                       American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S.
      Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
                                                                     who have a college degree




        Center for Global Partnership Grants                                Not specified




 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                                         Young Americans
               Fellowship in Japan




Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus             Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program                institutions of higher education and other public and
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                    private nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education


                                                         Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts
                                                          that meet the needs of various groups and global
DuPont is committed to improving the quality of life    communities where the company operates. Areas of
 and enhancing the vitality of the communities in      support include: Educational programs; Culture & the
     which it operates throughout the world.              arts; Environmental initiatives; Human & health
                                                           service organizations; and Civic & community
                                                                              activities.
Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue       Established scholars whose lives and work are
                   Fund Fellowships                             threatened in their home countries




                                                          State governments, County governments, City or
                                                       township governments, Independent school districts,
                                                          Public and State controlled institutions of higher
International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and       education, Native American tribal governments
                     Alcoholism                       (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                        status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                        education, For profit organizations other than small
                                                                     businesses, Small businesses




                                                      U.S. citizens who hold a first degree with a minimum
               Marshall Scholarships
                                                                           GPA of 3.7




 Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and
                                                                         Ph.D. candidates
              Statecraft Fellowship
United States-Japan Foundation Communication and
                                                   Not specified
                Public Opinion Grants
Deadline                      Other Details
                 For advanced German and European studies. For
                 doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral
                 research leading to the completion of a monograph. A
 12/1 annually
                 residential program. There is a bi-weekly colloquium
                 which brings together Fellows and leading German
                 scholars
                 Fellowships fund a year of advanced study in an Asian
                 language in Asia for people who plan to use an Asian
12/30 annually
                 language in their careers. Study must start between
                 June 2009 and May 2010
                 To support Japan-U.S. collaborative policy-oriented
                 projects in the following areas: 1) traditional and non-
 10/1 annually   traditional approaches to security and diplomacy, 2)
                 global and regional economic issues, 3) role of civil
                 society
                 To expand intellectual and professional horizons
                 through a period of research or related professional
                 activity in Japan. Basic term of the fellowship is one
Contact funder   year. Fellowship covers living expenses plus
                 international travel, health and travel insurance, and
                 necessary research expenses

                 To support the formation of educational consortia of
                 American and Russian institutions of higher education
                 to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                 cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
 7/7 annually    educational materials, and other types of educational
                 and methodological activities; and related educational
                 student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                 $150,000 for 12 months

                 Social Progress – Increasing access to opportunity;
                 helping children, youth and families; fostering
                 understanding among community members
   Ongoing
                             Permit professors, researchers, and other senior
                             academics to find temporary refuge at universities and
                             colleges anywhere in the world, enabling them to
                             pursue their academic work and to continue to share
                             their knowledge with students, colleagues, and the
 1/1, 4/1, 10/1 annually for community at large. When conditions improve, these
non-emergency; ongoing for scholars will return home to help rebuild universities
         emergency           and societies ravaged by fear, conflict, and repression;
                             if safe return is not possible, the scholar may use the
                             fellowship period to identify a longer-term
                             opportunity. 3 months-one year; up to $25,000 plus
                             health insurance

                              The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
                              Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for the
                              purpose of fostering international collaborations
                              between alcohol research investigators within the
                              United States and investigators located at non-United
                              States laboratories and performance sites for the
                              mutual advancement of our understanding of alcohol
          9/7/2014            problems and of clinical and public health approaches
                              to their solutions. The program is intended to provide
                              funds for research activities to be undertaken jointly
                              between the U.S. and non-U.S. laboratory that
                              expands the research direction of both the U.S. and
                              non-U.S. laboratories in a collaborative manner.


                              To study at graduate level at a U.K. institution in any
                              field of study. Cover university fees, cost of living
                              expenses, annual book grant, thesis grant, research
                              and daily travel grants, fares to and from the U.S. and,
   early October annually
                              where applicable, a contribution toward the support of
                              a dependent spouse. Tenable for 2 academic years but
                              may be extended to a third year

                              Supports Ph.D. dissertation research on American
                              foreign policy, international relations, international
                              security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic
                              and military history objective is to support the
                              research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations
                              through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and
       10/1 annually          language training in evaluating applications, the
                              Foundation will accord preference to those projects
                              that could directly inform US policy debates and
                              thinking, rather than dissertations that are principally
                              focused on abstract theory or debates within a
                              scholarly discipline up to twenty grants of $7,500 each
                              will be awarded
                      Projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in
                      the U.S. and/or U.S. in Japan, but also deal with
                      concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship
                      types of projects: 1) print media- exchange programs,
                      fellowships, research, etc. involving journalists,
                      editors, or other print media professionals leading to
                      professional development and/or an article series of
                      publication; 2) broadcast media: exchange programs,
1/15, 7/15 annually   fellowships, research, symposiums, etc. involving
                      broadcast journalists, editors, or other broadcast
                      media professionals resulting in professional
                      development and/or a story series of other special
                      coverage, 3) documentary film/video (and other multi-
                      media)- documentary films about Japan and the U.S.-
                      Japan relationship, 4) other- unique approaches to
                      strengthening the U.S.-Japan relationships
 Website w/ Application
   Details & Other                          Posted
     Information

   http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~bprogram   4/22/2010




    http://www.blakemorefoundation.org      4/22/2010




            http://www.cgp.org              5/26/2009




            http://www.cfr.org              4/22/2010




               http://ed.gov                1/26/2010




http://www2.dupont.com/Social_Commitment/
                                            4/13/2011
             en_US/outreach/
              http://www.iie.org                   5/26/2009




http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-
                                                   3/23/2012
                   11-282.html




      http://www.marshallscholarship.org           5/26/2009




              http://www.srf.org                   11/3/2009
http://www.us-jf.org   4/22/2010
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               Grant, Funding, Digital                      Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




                                                    National Archives and Records Administration –
     Digital, Historical, Records, Grant, Federal
                                                              Digitizing Historical Records




                 Fellowship, Digital                         Stanford Humanities Center




         Research, Digital Communications                        Time Warner Cable
        Digital Opportunity


                Award                                   Eligible Population


  Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Information
                                                                      Not specified
            Technology Grants




                                                     State governments, County governments, City or
                                                  township governments, Special district governments,
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                     education, Native American tribal governments
         Digitizing Historical Records
                                                 (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                   status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                    education, Private institutions of higher education


Stanford Humanities Center Digital Humanities    Scholars whose research projects are critically shaped
                Fellowships                                   by information technology



Time Warner Cable Research Program on Digital    Proposals from any discipline with research interest in
              Communications                          digital communications will be considered.
Deadline                           Other Details
                      To promote the study of uses of digital technologies
                      that can be applied to research and online and distance
                      learning and teaching. Also support investigations of
                      new technical approaches to the archiving of textual
     Ongoing
                      and multimedia materials that require improved search
                      and storage techniques and improvements in user-
                      interfaces

                      The National Historical Publications and Records
                      Commission seeks proposals that use cost-effective
                      methods to digitize nationally significant historical
                      record collections and make the digital versions freely
     6/7/2012         available online. Projects must make use of existing
                      holdings of historical repositories and consist of entire
                      collections or series.


                      -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                      regularly in formal and informal sessions while
10/15/2012 annually
                      pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                      The Research Program will focus on the following
                      areas: -Increasing knowledge about the marketplace
                      and the consumer Increasing knowledge about digital
4/1/12 and 11/1/12
                      technologies Increasing knowledge about innovation
                      in digital communications
 Website w/ Application
   Details & Other                            Posted
     Information

           http://www.mellon.org              5/26/2009




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              3/23/2012
                digitizing.html




           http://shc.stanford.edu            11/3/2009




http://www.twcresearchprogram.com/overview
                                              1/18/2012
                   .php
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                      Tag                                     Organization



                                                    National Archives and Records Administration –
     Digital, Historical, Records, Grant, Federal
                                                              Digitizing Historical Records




                                                    National Archives and Records Administration –
       Publishing, History, Funding, Federal
                                                             Publishing Historical Records
     Historical Opportunity


                Award                                   Eligible Population

                                                     State governments, County governments, City or
                                                  township governments, Special district governments,
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                     education, Native American tribal governments
         Digitizing Historical Records
                                                 (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                   status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                    education, Private institutions of higher education


                                                     State governments, County governments, City or
                                                  township governments, Special district governments,
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                     education, Native American tribal governments
         Publishing Historical Records
                                                 (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                   status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                    education, Private institutions of higher education
Deadline                  Other Details

             The National Historical Publications and Records
             Commission seeks proposals that use cost-effective
             methods to digitize nationally significant historical
             record collections and make the digital versions freely
  6/7/2012   available online. Projects must make use of existing
             holdings of historical repositories and consist of entire
             collections or series.


             The National Historical Publications and Records
             Commission seeks proposals to publish historical
             records of national significance. Projects may focus
             on the papers of major figures from American life or
 10/4/2012   cover broad historical movements in politics, military,
             business, social reform, the arts, and other aspects of
             the national experience.
 Website w/ Application
   Details & Other                            Posted
     Information

http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              3/23/2012
                digitizing.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              3/23/2012
               publishing.html
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  Grant, Funding, Youth, Communication Strategy    A.L. Mailman Family Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                Alexander von Humboldt Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




                        Grant                         Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public
Grant, Funding, Faculty, Research       Allen Foundation Inc.




        Grant, Research             American Philosophical Society




         Grant, Funding             American Philosophical Society




         Grant, Funding             Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




     Grant, Funding, Digital        Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




         Grant, Funding                Arca Foundation Grants
                Grant, Funding                          Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




            Grant, Funding, Health                      Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




         International, Grant, Funding                 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation




        Grant, Fellowship, International                    Blakemore Foundation




                                                  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
Education, Environment, Grant, Funding, Federal
                                                              Opportunities
      Grant, Funding            California HealthCare Foundation




International, Grant, Funding   Carnegie Corporation of New York




      Grant, Funding            Carnegie Corporation of New York




Grant, Funding, International     Center for Global Partnership




      Grant, Funding                  Commonwealth Fund
            Grant, Funding                         Compton Foundation




    International, Grant, Research        DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




International, Grant, Funding, Research   DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




           Gramt. Funding                            Deborah Gerner




Federal, Grant, Funding, International           Department of Education
           Grant, Funding                       Educational Foundation of America




           Grant, Funding                                Fahs-Beck Fund




  Research, Grant, Faculty, Funding                      Fahs-Beck Fund




           Grant, Funding                               Ford Foundation




           Grant, Funding                               Ford Israel Fund




     Grant, Funding, Fellowship           George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation




Grant, Funding, Social Issues, Students                    Getty Image
            Grant, Funding                    Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation




            Grant, Funding                          Horowitz Foundation




             Federal, Grant                Institute of Museum and Library Services




       Education, Grant, Funding                        Jack Murdock




Research, Award, Funding, Grant, Science       James S. McDonnell Foundation




            Grant, Funding                          Lindbergh Foundation
 Grant, Funding, Publishing       Louisville Institute




International, Grant, Funding   MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation
      Grant, Research, Funding                     March of Dimes




     Grant, Education, Funding                     McGregor Fund




Scholarship, Research, Grant, Funding   Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture




           Grant, Funding                        MetLife Foundation




Grant, Society, Environment, Funding               Mott Foundation




           Grant, Funding                   Nathan Cummings Foundation
              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




                                               National Archives and Records Administration –
Digital, Historical, Records, Grant, Federal
                                                         Digitizing Historical Records




    Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding            National Education Association Foundation




    Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding            National Education Association Foundation
    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




Grant, Funding, Federal   National Endowment for the Humanities
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health
    Federal, Grant        National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Funding, Grant, Research   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Funding, Grant   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant           National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant           National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation Science




    Grant, Funding           New York Community Trust
Grant, Funding         Pew Charitable Trusts




Grant, Funding       Public Welfare Foundation




Grant, Funding          Revson Foundation




Grant, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grant, Health, Funding, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation




        Grant, Funding                 Russell Sage Foundation




   Grant, Funding, Research            Russell Sage Foundation
     Grant, Funding                    Sasakawa Peace Foundation




     Society, Grant         Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues




     Grant, Funding                        Spencer Foundation




     Grant, Funding                        Spencer Foundation




     Grant, Funding                        Surdna Foundation




Grant, Funding, Northwest       The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation
Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




                 The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
    Grant
                           Education Grant Seekers
      Grant, Funding                        TIAA-CREF




      Gramt. Funding                    U.S. Institute of Peace




International, Grant, Funding      United States-Japan Foundation




Grant, Funding, International      United States-Japan Foundation




      Grant, Funding                     Virginia Foundation



      Grant, Funding            Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
Undergraduate, Grant, Funding           W.M. Keck Foundation




        Grant, Funding                 Wenner-Gren Foundation




Grant, Youth, Research, Funding       William T. Grant Foundation




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center
           Grant Opportunity


                  Award                                     Eligible Population


 A.L. Mailman Family Foundation The Foundation
maintains a national focus and supports organizations
                                                      We fund only organizations that are tax-exempt under
 which are national in scope or reach more than one
                                                      Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code
 state. The Foundation has assets of just over $20
                                                                  and have a current IRS ruling.
million and awards grants totaling approximately $1
                    million yearly.


 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Funding for       Scholars at research institutions in Germany, the U.S.,
   Scholars in the Humanities, Social Sciences,       and Canada who have a Ph.D.; applications must be
  Economics, and Law,              Transatlantic     submitted jointly by at least one German and one U.S.
         Cooperation in Research Award                                 or Canadian scholar




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Economic Performance
                                                                            Scholars
           and the Quality of Life Grants




 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Select National Issues
                                                                            Scholars
                      Grants




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public Understanding of
                                                                            Scholars
                  Science Grants
                                                       Full-time regular faculty members with tenure or on
           Allen Foundation Inc. Grants
                                                                            tenure track




                                                       Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                        abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
American Philosophical Society Franklin Research
                                                        projects to be carried out in the U.S. who have a
                    Grants
                                                         doctorate or have published work of doctoral
                                                                       character and quality



                                                     Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                       abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund Grants projects to be carried out in the U.S. who are pursuing
                                                         either a master’s or a doctoral degree or are
                                                                          postdoctoral




     Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Scholarly
                                                                          Not specified
            Communications Grants




    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Information
                                                                          Not specified
              Technology Grants




              Arca Foundation Grants                                      Not specified
                                                      Must be signed by the head of the institution which
Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Secondary Education    can include a public or private college or university,
                      Grants                             graduate school of education, or freestanding
                                                                     educational institution




 Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Health Care Grants               Dean or equivalent must submit




  Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health
                                                                          Not specified
                   Program Grants




                                                     American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S.
      Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
                                                                   who have a college degree




                                                        State governments, County governments, City or
                                                      township governments, Special district governments,
                                                          Independent school districts, Public and State
                                                        controlled institutions of higher education, Native
  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
                                                       American tribal organizations (other than Federally
              Opportunities
                                                      recognized tribal governments), Nonprofits having a
                                                     501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of
                                                         higher education, Private institutions of higher
                                                                              education
      California HealthCare Foundation Grants       Not specified




  Carnegie Corporation of New York International
                                                    Not specified
                 Program Grants




Carnegie Corporation of New York National Program
                                                    Not specified
                      Grants




        Center for Global Partnership Grants        Not specified




           Commonwealth Fund Grants                 Not specified
           Compton Foundation Grants                                    Not specified




                                                    Scholars at U.S. or Canadian universities or research
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service Faculty
                                                    institutions with a Ph.D. who have been working full
            Research Visit Grant
                                                                    time for at least 2 years




DAAD German Academic Exchange Service German           Ph.D. in the process of preparing dissertation
           Studies Research Grant                                        proposals




                                                    Scholars enrolled in a graduate program leading to a
              Deborah Gerner Grant                   Ph.D. or who have earned a doctorate in the last 5
                                                                            years



Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus         Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program            institutions of higher education and other public and
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                private nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education
     Educational Foundation of America Grants                           Not specified




 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                           Doctoral students in the U.S. or Canada
           Doctoral Dissertation Grants




                                                    Faculty members or postdoctoral researchers affiliated
 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                      with non-profit human service organizations in the
       Faculty/Post-Doctoral Research Grants
                                                                        U.S. or Canada




              Ford Foundation Grants                                    Not specified




              Ford Israel Fund Grants                                   Not specified




                                                    Mid-career scholars (finished studies last 5-15 years
The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
                                                     and tenure or comparable recognition, but not full
                      Grants
                                                    professor or comparable) living or working in the US



                                                      Large grants: professional photojournalists; Small
                Getty Image Grants                      grants: students under 30 who are enrolled in
                                                                   photojournalism courses
   Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Humanities
                                                                              Not specified
                  Program Grants




             Horowitz Foundation Grants                                         Scholars




                                                          To be eligible as a library applicant for a Learning
                                                        Labs in Libraries and Museums, you must: •be either a
   Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums Grants             unit of State or local government or a private
                                                           nonprofit organization that has tax-exempt status
                                                                   under the Internal Revenue Code.




The Jack Murdock’s desire to “nurture and enrich the
                                                          Organizations involved in advancing culture and the
   educational, spiritual, cultural, and social lives of
                                                          arts are welcomed each year, as are projects targeted
 individuals, families, and communities" continues to
                                                         to elevating human services, health, and health care in
be reflected in grants, enrichment programs, and many
                                                                              the region.
               Trust activities to this day.




James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science
                                                                              Researchers
            Initiative Research Awards




            Lindbergh Foundation Grants                                       Not specified
                                                 Members of a racial/ethnic minority group who have
      Louisville Institute’s First Book Grant    earned a Ph.D. and are pre-tenured faculty in a full-
                                                             time tenure track position




 MacArthur Foundation International Program in
                                                                     Not specified
   Global Security and Sustainability Grants




MacArthur Foundation U.S. Program in Human and
                                                                     Not specified
        Community Development Grants




      MacArthur Foundation Media Grants                              Not specified
   March of Dimes Public Policy Research Grants                                Researchers




                                                         The Fund provides a special program of competitive
The McGregor Fund is a private foundation organized
                                                         grants for private liberal arts colleges and liberal arts
"to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being
                                                         colleges within private universities in Michigan and
                      of mankind."
                                                                                   Ohio.




Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture International
                                                          Doctoral students who have dissertation approved
              Doctoral Scholarship




             MetLife Foundation Grants                                        Not specified




                                                         Our grant making is carried out in three ways: We
                                                       request proposals from organizations with which we
The Mott Foundation makes grants in the U.S. and, on
                                                      have been in contact. We send out occasional requests
  a limited geographic basis, internationally. Grants
                                                       for proposals (RFPs) that address a specific issue or
 outside the U.S. are made only in the Civil Society
                                                        area of interest. We accept unsolicited requests for
              and Environment programs.
                                                        projects that fall within our program priorities and
                                                                              guidelines.



        Nathan Cummings Foundation Grants                                     Not specified
                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical                               education
               Records Projects                        Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education
                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  Innovation in Archives and Documentary Editing                            education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education
                                                                       State governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                            education
      State and National Archival Partnership
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education

                                                         State governments, County governments, City or
                                                      township governments, Special district governments,
                                                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                         education, Native American tribal governments
           Digitizing Historical Records
                                                     (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                       status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                        education, Private institutions of higher education



National Education Association Foundation Learning   Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
              and Leadership Grants                               education faculty and staff




National Education Association Foundation Student    Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
               Achievement Grants                                 education faculty and staff
                                                                      State governments
                                                                     County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                           education
                                                      Native American tribal governments (Federally
 Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
                                                                          recognized)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                         other than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                       IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education




                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  America's Historical and Cultural Organizations                           education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education

                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
             America's Media Makers                                         education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education

                                                         An institution is eligible to apply only if it is a
                                                       nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt
NEH – Programming Grants to Accompany NEH on
                                                     status and has already received a confirmed booking
             the Road Exhibitions
                                                     for one of the NEH on the Road exhibitions through
                                                                   Mid-America Arts Alliance.
                                                                    State governments
                                                                   County governments
                                                             City or township governments
                                                              Special district governments
                                                              Independent school districts
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                         education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                        recognized)
Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series
                                                  Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                    (R13)
                                                   Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                       Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                       other than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                     IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                         Private institutions of higher education
                                                  For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                     Small businesses




National Institutes of Health Parent Announcements
                                                                        Not specified
           and Program Announcements




   Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations
                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                                 Independent school districts
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                            education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase
                                                     Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
       Diversity in Health-Related Research
                                                      Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                          Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                        IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education
                                                     For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                        Small businesses




   National Science Foundation Innovation and
                                                                         Not specified
         Organizational Sciences Grants




  National Science Foundation Cross-Directorate
                                                                         Not specified
                 Activities Grants
   National Science Foundation Computing and
                                                     Not specified
 Communication Foundations Core Program Grants




   National Science Foundation Information and
                                                     Not specified
     Intelligent Systems Core Program Grants




National Science Foundation Science of Science and
                                                     Not specified
             Innovation Policy Grants




 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                     Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology
                                                                    See specific award types
                     Grants




National Science Foundation/ Directorate for Social,
                                                       Doctoral students who are enrolled at US academic
   Behavioral & Economic Sciences—Doctoral
                                                                           institution
          Dissertation Improvement Grants




National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences
                                                                         Not specified
                      Grants




   National Science Foundation Linguistics Grants                        Not specified
       Fundamental Research Program for
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers




SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement
                     Grants




                                                                      State governments
                                                                     County governments
                                                               City or township governments
                                                                Special district governments
                                                                Independent school districts
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                           education
                                                      Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                          recognized)
    Major Research Instrumentation Program          Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                                                     Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                         Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                         other than institutions of higher education
                                                   Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                       IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education
                                                    For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                       Small businesses
National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities for
                                                      Not specified
          Academic Liaison with Industry




National Science Foundation Perception, Action and
                                                      Not specified
                 Cognition Grants




 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                      Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial
                                                       Not specified
                  Science Grants




National Science Foundation Political Science Grants   Not specified




  National Science Foundation Social Psychology
                                                       Not specified
                      Grants




   National Science Foundation Sociology Grants        Not specified




 National Science Foundation Decision, Risk, and
                                                       Not specified
           Management Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Foundations of Data and
                                                                           Not specified
               Visual Analytics Grants




    National Science Foundation Methodology,            Depends on the type of award- see solicitation for
        Measurement, and Statistics Grants                                   details




   National Science Foundation Economics Grants                            Not specified




National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience
                                                                           Not specified
                      Grants




                                                            *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                            submitted by the following: -Non-profit, non-
                                                          academic organizations: Independent museums,
                                                      observatories, research labs, professional societies and
                                                          similar organizations in the U.S. associated with
   International Research Experiences for Students      educational or research activities. -Universities and
                                                           Colleges - Universities and two- and four-year
                                                      colleges (including community colleges) accredited in,
                                                         and having a campus located in the US, acting on
                                                       behalf of their faculty members. Such organizations
                                                             also are referred to as academic institutions.
                                                         *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                   submitted by the following: -Universities and Colleges
                                                        - Universities and two- and four-year colleges
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
                                                     (including community colleges) accredited in, and
                     Program
                                                   having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of
                                                     their faculty members. Such organizations also are
                                                              referred to as academic institutions.




                                                        *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                      submitted by the following: -Only colleges and
                                                   universities located and accredited in the U.S. or U.S.-
   Ethics Education in Science and Engineering     based professional associations are eligible to apply to
                                                     this program. Other types of organizations can be
                                                       included only as non-lead collaborators or sub-
                                                                          awardees.




National Science Foundation Science, Technology,
                                                                 Depends on type of award
                and Society Grants




       New York Community Trust Grants                                  Not specified
         Pew Charitable Trusts Grants          Not specified




      Public Welfare Foundation Grants         Not specified




          Revson Foundation Grants             Not specified




Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Active Living
                                               Not specified
 Research and Healthy Eating Research Grants
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law
                                                                       Not specified
         Research Rapid Response Grants




                                                     Advanced doctoral students or non-tenured faculty
Russell Sage Foundation Behavioral Economics Small
                                                     members who have been out of graduate school for
                       Grants
                                                                   two or fewer years




          Russell Sage Foundation Grants                          Researchers with Ph.D.s
         Sasakawa Peace Foundation Grants                                  Not specified




                                                       The applicant must be a member of SPSSI. Applicants
                                                        may submit only one application per deadline. If an
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues – applicant has applied to the Clara Mayo Grant in the
                Grants-in-Aid Program                   same award year (July 1 – June 30), she or he is not
                                                        eligible to apply for GIA. Individuals may submit a
                                                                           joint application.




   Spencer Foundation Initiative on Philosophy in
                                                        Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience
      Educational Policy and Practice Grants




      The Spencer Foundation Research Grants            Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience




             Surdna Foundation Grants                                      Not specified




                                                        Serve populations of the Pacific Northwest states:
                                                        Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington.
                                                      Have current 501(c) (3) Public Charity status from the
      The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation           Internal Revenue Service (IRS), be a government
                                                      entity, or be an IRS-recognized tribe. It may not be a
                                                      private foundation as defined in Section 509(a) of the
                                                                      Internal Revenue Code.
      Rockefeller Brothers Fund Grants           Not specified




 The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
                                               Groups of scholars
             Conference Grants




       Rockefeller Foundation Grants             Not specified




The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
                                                 Not Specified
          Education Grant Seekers
       TIAA-CREF Institute Research Grants                                Scholars




                                                       People working with nonprofit organizations
        U.S. Institute of Peace Annual Grants           including educational institutions, research
                                                         institutions, and civil society organizations




   United States-Japan Foundation Policy Grants                        Not specified




United States-Japan Foundation Communication and
                                                                       Not specified
                Public Opinion Grants




Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Discretionary
                                                                          Scholars
                       Grants


Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Open Grants                        Scholars
W.M. Keck Foundation Undergraduate Education         For undergraduate programs in Foundation-designated
                   Grants                                                   states




                                                     Dissertation fieldwork: students enrolled in a doctoral
                                                     program who have completed all requirements for the
                                                        degree other than the dissertation; Postdoctoral
         Wenner-Gren Foundation Grants
                                                       fellowships: Scholars with a Ph.D. in hand for no
                                                       more than 10 years; Post-Ph.D. Research Grants:
                                                          people holding a Ph.D. or equivalent degree




William T. Grant Foundation Investigator-Initiated
                                                                          Researchers
      Grants and Officers’ Research Grants




                                                     Scholars who have a particular need to use the library,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                      archival, and other specialized resources of the D.C.
      Kennan Institute Short-Term Grants
                                                                               area

                                                         American academic experts and practitioners,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars       including advanced graduate students, engaged in
   East European Studies Short-Term Grants            specialized research requiring access to Washington
                                                                D.C. and its research institutions
Deadline                            Other Details
                       Our grants generally range from $5,000 – $50,000
                       with most of our grants in the $25 -$35,000 range.
                       Grants made in this program area focus on
                       communications strategies in order to bring public
     Ongoing           attention to the needs of young children. We have
                       funded: Research of new approaches and strategies to
                       communicate the needs of young children and the
                       importance of early investments. Communication of
                       knowledge to inform the field and build public will

                       -The AVH Foundation will grant up to half of the
                       funding for a new collaborative project, such as a joint
4/30; 10/31 annually
                       study, critical edition, or seed money for an
                       international conference
                       For high quality original research that promises to
                       broaden understanding or use it to improve American
                       institutions—Foundation believes that a theory-based
                       empirically tested understanding of the US economy
     Ongoing           is essential to improving the American quality of life.
                       Focus on economic institutions, behavior, and
                       performance; federal statistics; science and
                       engineering workforce; and workplace, workforce,
                       and working families.
                       -supports work to increase America’s biosecurity and
                       investigate how recent advances in information
     Ongoing           technology affect the spread of knowledge and the
                       structure of scientific endeavor

                       To foster a better public understanding of the
                       increasingly scientific and technological environment
                       in which we live. the program aims to convey some of
                       the challenges and rewards of the scientific and
     Ongoing           technological enterprise and of the lives of the men
                       and women who undertake it. using books, television,
                       radio, film, theater and other media, grants in this
                       program area promote a deeper, richer contact with all
                       the ways science and technology affect our lives
                               Funding grants relevant to nutritional research: 1) to
                               support programs for the education and training of
                               mothers during pregnancy and after the birth of their
                               children. 2) to assist in the training of people to work
       12/31 annually          as educators and demonstrators of good nutritional
                               practices. 3) to encourage the dissemination of
                               information regarding healthful nutritional practices
                               and habits

                               A program of small grants intended to support the cost
                               of research leading to publication in all areas of
                               knowledge. Particularly designed to help meet the cost
                               of travel to libraries and archives for research
                               purposes; the purchase of microfilm, photocopies or
     10/1; 12/1 annually       equivalent research materials; the costs associated
                               with fieldwork; or laboratory research expenses. The
                               Society is especially interested in supporting the work
                               of young scholars who have recently received the
                               doctorate. From $1,000-$6,000

                               For research in Native American linguistics and
                               ethnohistory, focusing on the continental U.S. and
        3/1 annually           Canada. Given for a maximum of one year from date
                               of award to cover travel, tapes, and consultants’ fees.
                               From $1,000-$3,500
                               Focuses broadly on all stages in the life cycle of
                               scholarly resources. Promoting the cost-effective
                               creation, dissemination, accessibility, and preservation
                               of high quality scholarly resources in humanistic
          Ongoing              studies broadly defined. Grant making occurs
                               principally in 5 main categories: new methods of
                               creating scholarly resources, innovations in scholarly
                               publication, cataloging and other forms of access,

                               To promote the study of uses of digital technologies
                               that can be applied to research and online and distance
                               learning and teaching. Also support investigations of
                               new technical approaches to the archiving of textual
          Ongoing
                               and multimedia materials that require improved search
                               and storage techniques and improvements in user-
                               interfaces

                             Support for projects that work to advance transparent,
                             accountable, and just policies. Domestically
                             concerned about the promotion of a more equitable,
                             accountable, and transparent economic recovery.
1st week in August and March
                             Internationally concerned with projects that advance
           annually
                             policies that further normalize US-Cuban relations as
                             well as proposals that work to foster more just policies
                             on a range of international issues
                 Grants for innovative professional development
                 programs that strengthen teachers and their teaching in
                 grades 9-12. Special consideration to projects in their
                 early stages that address the concerns and problems of
                 secondary education on a national level. Encourage
  Ongoing        sustained partnership between the faculties of colleges
                 and school districts, or collaborative efforts involving
                 reform organizations, colleges/universities, and high
                 schools. $100-200,000


                 Focus on “caring attitudes” in patient care with two
                 populations: 1) initiatives that advance caring attitudes
                 in physicians during all aspects of education, 2)
  Ongoing        innovative programs that seek to train other health
                 care providers in caring attitudes such as nurses and
                 hospital . $100,000-200,000chaplains

                 The Foundation supports work in three areas: 1.
                 priority diseases and conditions. 2. other health
                 conditions that have a lower overall burden than those
                 noted above, but still have a disproportionate impact
                 in the developing world. 3. critical enabling
                 strategies: to ensure that life-saving health
                 interventions reach those who need them most, the
  Ongoing        Foundation supports efforts to: mobilize new
                 resources for global health; build awareness of global
                 health issues among decision-makers, the media, and
                 the public; strengthen public health leadership;
                 improve the collection and use of data and evidence
                 for global health decision-making; improve the
                 delivery of, and demand for, key products and
                 interventions

                 Fellowships fund a year of advanced study in an Asian
                 language in Asia for people who plan to use an Asian
12/30 annually
                 language in their careers. Study must start between
                 June 2009 and May 2010
                 The objective of this funding opportunity is to provide
                 youth the opportunity to connect with the natural
                 world by participating in hands-on environmental
                 educational experiences through outdoor programs
                 and field classrooms to youth and families, working in
                 conjunction with a variety of schools and other youth-
  9/12/2012      focused nonprofit organizations. These experiences
                 will provide academic, experiential, and
                 environmental education opportunities in order for
                 youth and families to gain a better understanding and
                 appreciation of natural resource management
                 objectives and stewardship of the land.
                Mission is to improve the way health care is delivered
                and financed in California by promoting innovations
                in care and broader access to information. Focus effort
                in three program areas: 1) improving the quality of
  Ongoing       care for Californians with chronic disease, 2) reducing
                barriers to efficient, affordable healthcare for the
                underserved, 3) promoting greater transparency and
                accountability in California’s healthcare system


                interested in the seemingly inexorable growth of
                globalization, the danger of deepening fragmentation
                along cultural, regional, and religious divides and the
                role of developing countries in advancing global
  Ongoing       cohesion and prosperity. Program focuses on several
                specific, but interrelated, grant making areas: nuclear
                security, U.S. global engagement, states at risk, Islam
                initiative, higher education in sub-Saharan Africa and
                Eurasia, libraries and information

                Program aims to contribute to a robust democracy
                fueled by increased educational opportunity, improved
                institutions of learning, increased civic participation,
                and immigrant integration. Two major goals: creating
                pathways to educational and economic opportunity
                and creating pathways to citizenship, civil
  Ongoing       participation, and civic integration in a pluralistic
                society. Grant making activities will include support
                of demonstration programs, promising innovations
                and capacity-building in selected institutions as well
                as research, communications, policy analysis, and
                advocacy

                To support Japan-U.S. collaborative policy-oriented
                projects in the following areas: 1) traditional and non-
10/1 annually   traditional approaches to security and diplomacy, 2)
                global and regional economic issues, 3) role of civil
                society
                The Fund supports independent research on health and
                social issues and makes grants to improve health care
                practice and policy. Dedicated to helping people
                become more informed about their health care and
  Ongoing       improving care for vulnerable populations such as
                children, the elderly, low-income families, minorities,
                and the uninsured. Program areas: a high performance
                health system, special populations, international health
                policy and practice
                                Focus most of funding in the following areas: 1) peace
                                and security- to provide for better protection and
                                safety in areas of armed conflict by improving U.S.
                                and international peace operations, military policy,
                                and police practices. 2) environment and
                                sustainability- advancing ecologically healthy,
                                economically sustainable, and socially just visions for
                                the management and use of fresh water in the western
                                U.S.; reducing the U.S. contribution to the global
      3/7, 9/7 annually         climate crisis; promoting community-based strategies
                                to support healthy ecosystems and thriving rural
                                communities. 3) population and reproductive health-
                                achieving a healthy planet; ensuring and improving
                                access to family planning and reproductive health
                                services within the U.S. Believe that research and
                                activism should inform each other, and that both
                                perspectives are necessary for productive public
                                debate and effective policy change


                                Grants for 1-3 months in all academic disciplines to
                                pursue research at universities, libraries, archives,
5/15, 11/15 and at least four   institutes or laboratories in Germany. Monthly stipend
  months before projected       ranges from 1,840 to 2,240 Euro depending on
   research stay annually       academic status with possible travel subsidy for travel
                                within Germany for research project

                                Program is designed to encourage research and
                                promote the study of cultural, political, historical,
                                economic and social aspects of modern and
                                contemporary German affairs from an inter- and
                                multidisciplinary perspective. Intent is to provide an
     5/1; 11/1 annually         opportunity for short-term exploratory research to
                                determine the viability or to delimit the scope of
                                proposed dissertations. Applicants are expected to
                                have completed two years of college German.
                                Research support ranging from 1,500 to 2,500 Euro is
                                intended to offset living and travel costs

                                Funds to support any legitimate professional
                                development need (e.g., travel to a professional
       10/1 annually
                                meeting, travel to conduct interviews, purchase of
                                databases). Up to $2,000
                                To support the formation of educational consortia of
                                American and Russian institutions of higher education
                                to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                                cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
        7/7 annually            educational materials, and other types of educational
                                and methodological activities; and related educational
                                student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                                $150,000 for 12 months
                      Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the
                      environment, reproductive freedom, theatre,
     Ongoing          education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy,
                      peace and national security issues and human services

                      To support dissertation expenses for studies that have
                      the potential for adding significantly to knowledge
                      about problems in the functioning or well being of
4/15, 11/1 annually   children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      about interventions designed to prevent or alleviate.
                      Up to $5,000 such problems

                      To support studies to develop, refine, evaluate, or
                      disseminate innovative interventions designed to
                      prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological,
                      behavioral, or public health problems affecting
4/15, 11/1 annually
                      children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      studies that have the potential for adding significantly
                      to knowledge about such problems up to $20,000

                      Grants to develop new ideas and strengthen
                      organizations that reduce poverty and injustice and
                      promote democratic values, international cooperation
                      and human achievement. 13 key fields: arts and
                      culture; civil society; community development;
     Ongoing          development finance and economic security;
                      education and scholarship; environment and
                      development; governance; HIV/AIDS; human rights;
                      media; religion; society and culture; sexuality and
                      reproductive health; and workforce development

                      This is a grant making partnership between the Ford
                      Foundation and the New Israel Fund to promote peace
                      and social justice in Israel. Focused on three areas: 1)
                      promoting civil rights & human rights in Israel, 2)
     Ongoing
                      promoting equity & equal opportunities for the
                      Palestinian minority within Israel, 3) promoting a
                      peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

                      Awards fellowships each year for independent
                      projects in fields selected on a six-year rotation of
                      topics. Ten fellowships will be rewarded in the fields
  11/9 annually       of history and philosophy. Stipends of $25,000.
                      Support is intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves
                      or for independent scholars to devote a substantial
                      block of time to the project
                      Large grants: $20,000 to give the time and support
                      needed to pursue projects on significant social or
     5/1/2011
                      cultural issues. Small grants: $5,000 for students
                          To further the humanities along a broad front,
                          supporting projects which address the concerns of the
                          historical studia humanitatis, a humanistic education
                          rooted in the great traditions of the past; the formation
       Ongoing
                          of human beings according to cultural, moral, and
                          aesthetic ideals derived from that past; and the
                          ongoing debate over how these ideals may best be
                          conceived and realized
                          Preference is given to projects that deal with
                          contemporary issues in the social sciences and issues
                          of policy relevance. May be for new projects, support
                          for research in progress (including final work on a
     1/31 annually        dissertation), or travel funds. Preference is given to
                          scholars in the initial stages of their
                          careers—advanced graduate students and untenured
                          assistant professors and instructors. Typically for one
                          year
                          Grants for Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums
                          will support planning and design activities for spaces
                          that foster experimentation and creativity for middle-
                          and high-school youth in library- and museum-based,
                          out-of-school-time settings. The labs should be
       7/15/2012          grounded in evidence-based research on youth, and
                          should be designed to support youth learning in such
                          21st century skills as critical thinking, problem
                          solving, communication, collaboration, and STEM
                          (science, technology, engineering, and math).


                          The three general areas are: Education, Arts &
                          Culture, Health and Human Services
       Ongoing



                          Support research in the areas of studying complex
                          systems and brain cancer research. Projects should be
                          at an early or preliminary stage of development, be
                          intended to break new ground or challenge commonly
                          held assumptions, and be sufficiently novel, cross-
                          disciplinary, or heterodox to have a strong likelihood
        ongoing           of influencing the development of new ways of
                          thinking about important problems. Maximum of
                          $450,000 over a minimum of three years or a
                          maximum of six years; smaller amounts may be
                          requested to pursue pilot projects or test the feasibility
                          of an experimental approach

                          For research or educational projects which focus on
                          the Lindbergh’s vision of balance between the
Second Thursday of June
                          advance of technology and preservation of the
       annually
                          natural/human environment. One category of funding
                          is intercultural communication
                To spend an academic year devoted to a research
                project leading to the publication of a first book
                focusing on some aspect of Christianity in North
2/15 annually
                America. Up to $40,000. Grantees must be released
                from all teaching and committee responsibilities
                during the award year
                -supports work in 5 areas: 1) human rights and
                international justice: to further the development of an
                international system of justice and advance human
                rights around the globe, with a special focus on
                Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia, 2) international peace
                and security: aim is to reduce global risks from
                nuclear weapons, foster security cooperation in the
                Asia-Pacific region and strengthen independent
                scientific advice on international security matters, 3)
  Ongoing       population and reproductive health: seeks to reduce
                maternal death and illness and to advance the sexual
                and reproductive health and rights of young people,
                with a special focus on Mexico, Nigeria, and India, 4)
                conservation: of global biological diversity, 5) global
                migration and human mobility: to improve the
                governance of international migration and support
                research to build a base of knowledge about the
                relationship between migration and economic
                development
                The program explores 2 primary themes: the
                importance of place in people’s lives and the shared
                interests between individuals, particularly those in
                trouble or in need, and society at large. Specific fields
  Ongoing
                of work include: stable and affordable housing, digital
                media and learning, juvenile justice reform,
                community and economic development, mental health,
                and policy research
                Supports programs on U.S. public TV and radio and,
                increasingly, on the Web, to help ensure a diversity of
                viewpoints and expand the availability of high-quality
                nonfiction content. Primary focus is programs that
                broadcast independent documentary films and use
  Ongoing       digital technologies to tell well-researched and
                important documentary stories in multiple media. Also
                supports non-commercial production of news
                programming, especially programs that help inform
                Americans about events and issues in other parts of
                the world
                      For projects related to public policy issues affecting
                      health care for pregnant women, infants, and children.
                      Projects considered for funding may involve analysis
                      of existing data, conduct of original surveys,
     Ongoing          preparation of case studies, or development of a scope
                      of work for a large-scale study. Not to exceed
                      $25,000. Priority to new researchers who have
                      completed an advanced degree in the last two years or
                      are in the process of completing such a degree

                      There are two primary objectives of the program: first,
                      to recognize and encourage excellence in private
                      liberal arts education; and second, to support projects
     Ongoing
                      or activities that will have a significant positive impact
                      on the quality of the liberal arts education provided by
                      the institution.
                      The purpose is to help train qualified individuals for
                      careers in Jewish scholarship and research, and to help
                      Jewish educational, religious, and communal workers
                      obtain advanced training for leadership positions. The
  10/31 annually      amount of the scholarship varies in accordance with
                      the cost of living in the country where the student is
                      studying; grants range up to $10,000 a year. Grants
                      are for one academic year and can be renewed up to a
                      maximum of four years

                      Grants available in education including leadership
                      development and school, community connections,
                      access and opportunity, mentoring, community
                      colleges, and scholarships. Grants available in health
                      focusing on national health promotion and education
                      initiatives with emphasis on: Alzheimer’s and aging,
     Ongoing          parenting skills campaign, healthy habits, HIV/AIDS
                      awareness, and substance abuse prevention. Grants
                      available in civic affairs with emphasis on: affordable
                      housing, economic skills and development, after-
                      school initiatives, mentoring, and volunteering and
                      civic engagement

                      Through four programs, and their more specific
                      program areas, the Foundation seeks to fulfill its
                      mission of supporting efforts that promote a just,
                      equitable and sustainable society. Inherent in all grant
     Ongoing          making is the desire to enhance the capacity of
                      individuals, families or institutions at the local level
                      and beyond. The Foundation hopes that its collective
                      work in any program area could lead toward
                      systematic change.
                      Grants in several program areas: 1) inter-program
                      initiatives for social and economic justice, 2) Jewish
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      life and values, 3) health, 4) environment/
                      contemplative practice, 5) arts and culture
                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals that promote the
                           preservation and use of the nation's most valuable
                           archival resources. Projects should expand our
      10/4/2012            understanding of the American past by facilitating and
                           enhancing access to primary source materials.




                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks projects that are exploring
                           innovative methods to improve the preservation,
                           public discovery, or use of historical records. Projects
      10/4/2012            may also focus on techniques and tools that will
                           improve the professional performance and
                           effectiveness of those who work with such records,
                           such as archivists, documentary editors, and records
                           managers.

                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals to strengthen archives
                           and historical records programs in each of the states
       9/6/2012
                           and build a national archival network.


                           The National Historical Publications and Records
                           Commission seeks proposals that use cost-effective
                           methods to digitize nationally significant historical
                           record collections and make the digital versions freely
       6/7/2012            available online. Projects must make use of existing
                           holdings of historical repositories and consist of entire
                           collections or series.


                           To engage in high-quality professional development
                           and lead colleagues in professional growth. The grant
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for
                           groups engaged in collegial study

                           Grants of $5,000 to improve the academic
                           achievement of students by engaging in critical
                           thinking and problem solving that deepen knowledge
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   of standards-based subject matter. The work should
                           also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed
                           learning, and critical reflection
             The Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
             (HCRR) program supports projects that provide an
             essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and
             public programming in the humanities. Thousands of
             libraries, archives, museums, and historical
             organizations across the country maintain important
             collections of books and manuscripts, photographs,
             sound recordings and moving images, archaeological
             and ethnographic artifacts, art and material culture,
             and digital objects. Funding from this program
7/19/2012    strengthens efforts to extend the life of such materials
             and make their intellectual content widely accessible,
             often through the use of digital technology. Awards
             are also made to create various reference resources
             that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works
             that provide basic information quickly to tools that
             synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-
             depth investigation.



             America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations
             grants provide support for museums, libraries, historic
             places, and other organizations that produce public
             programs in the humanities. Grants support the
             following formats:• exhibitions at museums, libraries,
8/15/2012    and other venues;• interpretations of historic places,
             sites, or regions;• book/film discussion programs;
             living history presentations; and other face-to-face
             programs at libraries, community centers, and other
             public venues; and• interpretive websites.


             America’s Media Makers (AMM) grants support the
             following formats:• interactive digital media;• film
             and television projects; and• radio projects.Interactive
             digital media may be websites, games, mobile
             applications, virtual environments, streaming video, or
8/15/2012    podcasts.Film and television projects may be single
             programs that address or a series that addresses
             significant figures, events, or developments and draw
             their content from humanities scholarship.


             These grants support ancillary public humanities
             programs to accompany NEH on the Road traveling
             exhibitions. Typical formats involve lectures, reading
             and discussion programs, film discussion programs,
12/27/2012
             Chautauqua presentations by scholars, family
             programs, exhibition tours, or other appropriate
             formats for reaching the general public.
             The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
             Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
             encourages Research Conference Grant (R13)
             applications to conduct health disparities-related
             meetings, workshops, and symposia. The purpose of
             the Academic-Community Partnership Conference
             Series is to bring together academic
             institutions/organizations and community
             organizations to identify opportunities for addressing
             health disparities through the use of Community-
             Based Participatory Research (CBPR). The objectives
             of meetings conducted as part of this award will be to:
10/17/2013   (1) establish and/or enhance academic-community
             partnerships; (2) identify community-driven research
             priorities, and (3) develop long-term collaborative
             CBPR research agendas. Thus, it is expected these
             partnerships will lead to grant applications for the
             support of CBPR projects designed to meet identified
             community needs. The areas of focus for these
             partnerships may include one or more of the following
             community-health issues: infant mortality; Sudden
             Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); fibroid tumors;
             childhood, adolescent, and/or adult obesity; health
             literacy; techniques for outreach and information
             dissemination; pediatric and maternal HIV/AIDS
             All current NIH Requests for Applications are
             included in the RFP Tracker. RFAs have single
             receipt dates and specified funds with a targeted
             number of awards. In addition, there are hundreds of
             additional NIH funding opportunities listed under
             Parent Announcements and Program Announcements.
             They are not included individually in the Tracker, but
             they can be reviewed at the Web site included in this
 Ongoing     entry. Parent and Program Announcements have
             standard receipt dates throughout the year and are
             usually open for three years. Parent Announcements
             are for non-specific, investigator-initiated topics.
             Program Announcement topics are often broadly
             defined or a reminder of a scientific need. They are
             also investigator-initiated.


             The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed
             to supporting research that will increase scientific
             understanding of the health status of various
             population groups and improve the effectiveness of
             health interventions and services for individuals
             within those groups. High priority is placed on
             research on populations that appear to have distinctive
             health risk profiles but have received insufficient
             attention from investigators.
                    The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
                    National Institutes of Health invites Research
                    Education (R25) applications to promote diversity in
                    undergraduate and health professional participant
                    populations by providing short-term research
                    education support to stimulate career development in
                    cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, and sleep
                    disorders research. The overall goal of the program is
                    to provide research opportunities for individuals from
                    backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science,
                    including individuals from disadvantaged
   2/7/2014         backgrounds, individuals from underrepresented racial
                    and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities
                    that will significantly contribute to a diverse research
                    workforce in the future. The research opportunities
                    should be of sufficient depth to enable the
                    participants, upon completion of the program, to have
                    a thorough exposure to the principles underlying the
                    conduct of research, and help prepare participants
                    interested in research to pursue competitive
                    fellowships, or other research training or career
                    development awards.

                    Supports scientific research directed at advancing
                    understanding of innovation and organizational
                    phenomena. Levels of analysis may include, but are
                    not limited to, individuals, groups and/or institutional
                    arrangements. Disciplinary perspectives may include,
                    but are not limited to, organizational theory,
                    organizational behavior, organizational sociology,
                    social and industrial psychology, public
                    administration, computer and information sciences,
2/2; 9/3 annually   complexity sciences, decision and management
                    sciences. Research methods may span a broad variety
                    of qualitative and quantitative methods including, but
                    not limited to, archival analyses, surveys, simulation
                    studies, experiments, comparative case studies, and
                    network analyses. Research may involve industrial,
                    educational, service, government, not-for-profits,
                    voluntary organizations or interorganizational
                    arrangements


                    Program encompasses a collection of Social,
                    Behavioral, Economics and Foundation-wide
                    activities that provide support for human resource
                    development and infrastructure improvement in the
    Ongoing         SBE sciences. For special studies, analyses, and
                    workshops on topics affecting, social, behavioral, and
                    economic sciences, particularly issues that span
                    divisional boundaries
                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the algorithmic
                             foundations program, 2) the communications and
8/30 for medium projects;    information foundations program, and 3) the software
 11/28 for large projects;   and hardware foundations program. Small projects up
 12/17 for small projects    to $500,000 total budget with duration up to 3 years;
         annually            medium projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget
                             with duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years


                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the human-
                             centered computing program, 2) the information
8/30 for medium projects;    integration and informatics program, and 3) the robust
 11/28 for large projects;   intelligence program. Small projects up to $500,000
 12/17 for small projects    total budget with duration up to 3 years; medium
         annually            projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget with
                             duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years

                             Supports research designed to advance the scientific
                             basis of science and innovation policy. Research
                             funded by the program develops, improves and
                             expands models, analytical tools, data and metrics that
                             can be applied in the science policy decision making
                             process. Proposals may also develop methodologies to
                             analyze science and technology data, and to convey
       9/9 annually          the information to a variety of audiences. Researchers
                             are also encouraged to create or improve science and
                             engineering data, metrics and indicators reflecting
                             current discovery, particularly proposals that
                             demonstrate the viability of collecting and analyzing
                             data on knowledge generation and innovation in
                             organizations


                             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
      7/15 annually          the objective of leading to better educated children
                             and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                             as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                             proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                             total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                             workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                             budget of approximately $15,000)
                                Basic scientific research about the causes,
                                consequences, and complexities of human social and
                                cultural variability. Research may target any
                                appropriate scale or scales from local to regional to
      1/15, 8/15 annually
                                global. Encourage innovative research that contributes
                                to building spatially and temporally specific theory
                                that extends understanding beyond individual case
                                studies
                                To improve the quality of dissertation research.
  1/15 annually for poli sci, Aallow doctoral students to undertake significant data-
linguistics, cult anthro, law & gathering projects and to conduct field research in
  social science, research on settings away from their campus, among other things
science & technology surveys that would not otherwise be possible through the
             & stats;           student’s university

                               Supports social scientific studies of law and law-like
                               systems of rules, institutions, processes, and
                               behaviors. The primary consideration is that the
                               research shows promise of advancing a scientific
                               understanding of law and legal processes; within this
                               framework, the Program has an “open window” for
                               diverse theoretical perspectives, methods and contexts
                               for study. Proposals are welcome that advance
     1/15, 8/15 annually       fundamental knowledge about legal interactions,
                               processes, relations, and diffusions that extend beyond
                               any single nation as well as about how local and
                               national legal institutions, systems, and cultures affect
                               or are affected by transnational or international
                               phenomenon. In addition to standard proposals,
                               planning grant and travel support requests to lay the
                               foundation for research are welcome
                               Supports scientific research of all types that focuses
                               on human language as an object of investigation. The
                               program supports research on the syntactic, semantic,
                               phonetic, and phonological properties of individual
                               languages and of language in general; the
                               psychological processes involved in the use of
     1/15, 7/15 annually       language; the development of linguistic capacities in
                               children; social and cultural factors in language use,
                               variation, and change; the acoustics of speech and the
                               physiological and psychological processes involved in
                               the production and perception of speech; and the
                               biological bases of language in the brain
             The National Science Foundation encourages the
             submission of industry-defined fundamental research
             proposals from NSF Industry/University Cooperative
             Research Centers (I/UCRC) in areas of shared value
             to both centers and their members. Industry-defined
             fundamental research broadens the scientific and
 2/6/2013    engineering understanding beyond the more specific
             applied research interests of the industries
             traditionally served by the I/UCRC. Industry
             participation extends the scope and horizon of center
             research projects so as to drive innovation with
             industrially relevant fundamental research projects.


             The National Science Foundation's Division of
             Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of
             Social and Economic Sciences (SES), National Center
             for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), and
10/15/2012
             the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA)
             award grants to doctoral students to improve the
             quality of dissertation research.

             The Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI)
             serves to increase access to shared scientific and
             engineering instruments for research and research
             training in our Nation's institutions of higher
             education, museums, science centers, and not-for-
             profit organizations.




1/24/2013
                      Promotes university-industry partnerships by making
                      project funds or fellowships/traineeships available to
                      support an eclectic mix of industry-university
                      linkages. Special interest is focused on affording the
                      opportunity for: 1) faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and
                      students to conduct research and gain experience in an
     Ongoing          industrial setting, 2) industrial scientists and engineers
                      to bring industry’s perspective and integrative skills to
                      academe, and 3) interdisciplinary university-industry
                      teams to conduct research projects. Seeks to fund
                      transformative research that lies beyond that which
                      industry would normally fund


                      Supports research on perception, action and cognition
                      including the development of these capacities.
                      Emphasis is on research strongly grounded in theory.
                      Research topics include vision, audition, haptics,
                      attention, memory, reasoning, written and spoken
                      discourse, motor control, and developmental issues in
                      all topic areas. The program encompasses a wide
 2/1, 8/1 annually    range of theoretical perspectives, such as symbolic
                      computation, connectionism, ecological, nonlinear
                      dynamics, and complex systems, and a variety of
                      methodologies including both experimental studies
                      and modeling. Research involving acquired or
                      developmental deficits is appropriate if the results
                      speak to basic issues of perception, action, and
                      cognition

                      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
1/15, 7/15 annually   the objective of leading to better educated children
                      and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                      as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                      proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                      total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                      workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                      budget of approximately $15,000)
                      Research on the geographic distributions and
                      interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on
                      the Earth’s surface. investigations are encouraged into
                      the nature, causes, and consequences of human
                      activity and natural environmental processes across a
                      range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both
                      domestic and international) qualify for support if they
1/15, 8/15 annually   offer promise of contributing to scholarship by
                      enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts,
                      theories, methods, and their application to societal
                      problems and concerns. Support is also provided for
                      projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and
                      graduate education into the overall research agenda


                      Supports scientific research that advances knowledge
                      and understanding of citizenship, government, and
                      politics. Substantive areas include, but are not limited
                      to, American government and politics, comparative
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      government and politics, international relations,
                      political behavior, political economy, and political
                      institutions

                      Supports basic research on human and social
                      behavior, including cultural differences and
                      development over the life span. Among the many
                      research topics supported are: attitude formation and
1/15, 7/15 annually   change, social cognition, personality processes,
                      interpersonal relations and group processes, the self,
                      emotion, social comparison and social influence, and
                      the psychophysiological and neurophysiological bases
                      of social behavior

                      Supports basic research on all forms of human social
                      organization—societies, institutions, groups and
                      demography—and processes of individual and
1/15, 8/15 annually   institutional change the Program encourages
                      theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at
                      improving the explanation of fundamental social
                      processes
                      Supports scientific research directed at increasing the
                      understanding and effectiveness of decision making
                      by individuals, groups, organizations, and society
                      disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and
                      workshops are funded in the areas of judgment and
                      decision making; decision analysis and decision aids;
1/18; 8/18 annually   risk analysis, perception, and communication; societal
                      and public policy decision making; management
                      science and organizational design the program also
                      supports small grants for exploratory research of a
                      time-critical or high-risk, potentially transformative
                      nature
                             Seeks to facilitate analytical reasoning through the use
                             of interactive visual interfaces. Proposals should focus
                             on creating fundamental research advances that will
                             be widely applicable across scientific, engineering,
third Wednesday in January   commercial, and government domains that utilize
         annually            visualization and analytics to gain insight and derive
                             knowledge from massive, often streaming, dynamic,
                             ambiguous and possibly conflicting, data sets


                             -an interdisciplinary program in the Social,
                             Behavioral, and Economic Sciences that supports the
    1/16; 8/16 annually      development of innovative analytical and statistical
                             methods and models for those sciences

                             Supports research designed to improve the
                             understanding of the processes and the institutions of
                             the U.S. economy and of the world system of which it
                             is a part this program also strengthens both empirical
                             and theoretical economic analysis as well as the
                             methods for rigorous research on economic behavior.
                             Welcome proposals for individual or multi-
    1/18; 8/18 annually      investigator research projects, conferences,
                             workshops, symposia, experimental research, data
                             collection and dissemination, and computer equipment
                             and other instrumentation. Also funds conferences and
                             interdisciplinary research that strengthens links among
                             economics and the other social and behavioral sciences


                             -to advance a rigorous understanding of how the
                             human brain supports thought, perception, affect,
                             action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition
    1/24; 8/27 annually
                             and behavior, including how such processes develop
                             and change in the brain and through time


                                The International Research Experiences for
                             Students (IRES) program supports development of
                             globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering
                             students capable of performing in an international
                             research environment at the forefront of science and
                             engineering. The IRES program supports active
        8/21/2012            research participation by students enrolled as
                             undergraduates or graduate students in any of the
                             areas of research funded by the National Science
                             Foundation. IRES projects involve students in
                             meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in
                             research projects specifically designed for the IRES
                             program.
                    The Industry/University Cooperative Research
                    Centers (I/UCRC) program develops long-term
                    partnerships among industry, academe, and
                    government. The centers are catalyzed by a small
                    investment from the National Science Foundation
                    (NSF) and are primarily supported by industry center
                    members, with NSF taking a supporting role in the
                    development and evolution of the center. Each center
                    is established to conduct research that is of interest to
   9/28/2012        both the industry members and the center faculty. An
                    I/UCRC contributes to the Nation's research
                    infrastructure base and enhances the intellectual
                    capacity of the engineering and science workforce
                    through the integration of research and education. As
                    appropriate, an I/UCRC uses international
                    collaborations to advance these goals within the
                    global context.


                    The Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
                    (EESE) program funds research and educational
                    projects that improve ethics education in all fields of
                    science and engineering that NSF supports, with
                    priority consideration given to interdisciplinary, inter-
   3/1/2013         institutional, and international contexts. Although the
                    primary focus is on improving ethics education for
                    graduate students in NSF-funded fields, the proposed
                    programs may benefit advanced undergraduates as
                    well.

                    To examine historical, philosophical, and sociological
                    questions that arise in connection with science,
                    engineering, and technology, and their respective
                    interactions with society. 4 components: 1) ethics and
                    values in science, engineering, and technology; 2)
                    history and philosophy of science, engineering, and
                    technology; 3) social studies of science, engineering,
                    and technology; 4) studies of policy, science,
2/1; 8/1 annually   engineering, and technology. Encourage submissions
                    of hybrid proposals that strive to integrate research
                    involving 2 or more of these core areas. Multiple
                    modes of support: scholar awards, standard research
                    grants and grants for collaborative research,
                    postdoctoral fellowships, professional development
                    fellowships, conference and workshop awards


                    Support projects directly benefiting New York City
                    grants average $50,000 for one year four major
                    program areas: children, youth, and families;
    Ongoing         community development and the environment;
                    education, arts, and the humanities, and health and
                    people with special needs
                          Support for work in: 1) health and human services
                          with a focus on public health and human services
                          policy, family financial security issues, and science
                          and technology 2) environment with a focus on global
                          warming and climate change, conservation of living
                          marine resources, and old growth forests and
                          wilderness protection 3) advancing effective policy
       Ongoing            approaches to critical issues facing states: gathering
                          information, highlighting innovation, advancing
                          policy solutions- focus on early education, assessing
                          economic benefits of investments in children prenatal
                          to five , public safety performance, and make voting
                          work 4) informing the public information initiatives


January, May, September   3 programs 1. criminal and juvenile justice 2. health
         annually         reform 3. workers’ rights
                          Key program areas are: 1. education: aim of the
                          program is making government more representative
                          of, and more responsive to, its citizens by enhancing
                          participation in public life; a part of the program
                          fosters innovative uses of technology to enhance
                          citizens’ knowledge and participation; another set of
                          grants supports imaginative uses of technology to
                          improve education in and out of the classroom 2)
                          Jewish philanthropy and education: through the
       Ongoing            innovative use of media, policy research and
                          leadership training, it endeavors to enhance awareness
                          of Jewish history and culture and to build bridges
                          between people of diverse backgrounds; a central
                          aspect of the program builds on the power of TV and
                          film to bring the past to life; to develop leadership for
                          research and teaching in the US, Israel, and elsewhere,
                          support graduate fellowships in Jewish studies


                          Purpose is to advance efforts to reverse the childhood
                          obesity epidemic by 2015 for time-sensitive,
                          opportunistic studies to evaluate changes in policies or
                          environments with the potential to reach children who
                          are at highest risk for obesity, including African-
                          American, Latino, Native American, Asian American
                          and Pacific Islander children who live in low-income
       Ongoing            communities or communities with limited access to
                          affordable healthy foods and/or safe opportunities for
                          physical activity. Studies may focus on one or both
                          sides of the energy balance equation—on physical
                          activity, healthy eating, or both. Research grants: four
                          12 to 18 month awards of up to $75,000 each;
                          publication grants: three 12-month awards of up to
                          $12,000 each
                               Purpose is to build the evidence for and strengthen the
                               use of regulatory legal and policy solutions to improve
                               public health and identifying and ameliorating laws
                               and legal practices that unintentionally harm health
                               grants will be awarded on a rolling basis, initiation of
                               funding will be tied to the full proposal submission
                               date. Looking for studies in one of two categories: 1)
                               rapid response evaluations: these studies will take
                               advantage of opportunities provided by changes in
                               law, regulation or policy at any level of government;
                               legal or policy innovations intended to address
          Ongoing              pressing public health challenges can serve as “natural
                               experiments” that create a window of opportunity for
                               baseline data collection and/or evaluation; awards of
                               up to $100,000 each will be available for a period of
                               up to 12 months, final results from evaluation studies
                               should be completed no later than 12 months from
                               start of funding 2) public health law mapping projects:
                               these projects should produce state-of-the-art legal
                               datasets in topic areas of high importance to policy-
                               makers and researchers; grantees will create original
                               datasets of specific laws in the 50 states and
                               appropriate territories, or of selected county or
                               municipalhigh quality research in$50,000 each will be
                               Supports laws; awards of up to behavioral
                               economics and encourages young investigators to
                               enter this developing field proposed research may
                               address any economic topic appropriate projects will
          Ongoing
                               demonstrate explicit use of psychological concepts in
                               the motivation of the design and the preparation of the
                               results maximum budget is $5,000

                              For projects in four main research areas: 1) the Future
                              of Work which is concerned with the causes and
                              consequences of changes in the quality of low-wage
                              work in advanced economies 2) U.S. Immigration
                              which focuses on the entry of immigrant families into
                              the civic and political life of the country and on
 mid-March and mid-August immigrant experiences outside the traditional gateway
annually for grants >$35,000; cities 3) Cultural Contact which investigates how well
presidential authority awards U.S. institutions are managing to respond to the
    of <$35,000 ongoing       growing diversity of the American population 4)
                              Social Inequality which focuses on the social effects
                              of rising economic inequality, with particular attention
                              to the ways in which the U.S. political and educational
                              systems have responded to growing economic
                              disparities
                          Program areas: 1) efforts to ensure peace and security
                          in the international community, 2) addressing positive
                          and negative aspects of globalization, 3) promotion of
                          mutual understanding between priority regions and
       Ongoing
                          Japan grant period is from 1-3 years projects must
                          promote international understanding, exchange, and
                          cooperation

                          The SPSSI Committee on Grants-in-Aid (GIA) wishes
                          to support scientific research in social problem areas
                          related to the basic interests and goals of SPSSI and
5/15 and 10/20 annually
                          particularly those that are not likely to receive support
                          from traditional sources.

                          For research projects in philosophy as it relates to
                          educational policy and practice Applicants are
                          encouraged to understand educational policy and
                          practice in broad terms, including issues that directly
                          relate to K-12 schools and higher education
       Ongoing            institutions, but also concerning policies that influence
                          children’s growth and development in the family and
                          in other areas of social life including children’s
                          upbringings, educational issues in family life and in
                          the workplace, the educational effects of welfare
                          policy awards of up to $40,000

                          Provides funding for research projects on education in
                          the U.S. and abroad grants range in size from small
                          grants that can be completed within a year to large,
                          multi-year endeavors the Foundation has 4 specific
                          areas of interest (though proposals that do not fit in
       Ongoing            these defined areas will continue to be accepted): the
                          relation between education and social opportunity;
                          organizational learning in schools, school systems,
                          and higher education institutions; teaching, learning,
                          and instructional resources; and purposes and values
                          of education

                          -supports work in the areas of environment,
       Ongoing            community revitalization, effective citizenry, the arts,
                          and the nonprofit sector
                          The Foundation makes grants that maximize positive
                          impact for Northwest communities. To do this, we use
                          a range of strategies for inviting in proposals for
                          funding, including letters of inquiry and requests for
                          proposals. Typically, invitations are extended to
                          organizations closely aligned with our goals and
       Ongoing            priorities. Because our funding decisions are shaped
                          by this process, we do not accept unsolicited
                          proposals. If, after reviewing our program areas, you
                          believe your organization is aligned with our giving,
                          please utilize the contact information page to make
                          your inquiry.
          four main areas of support with geographic focus on
          New York City, South Africa, Southern China, and
          Western Balkans: 1) democratic practice:
          encouraging civic engagement in the US, fostering
          effective governance in the US, increasing access to
          and participation in global governance, ensuring
          transparency and accountability in global governance,
          2) peace and security: focuses on 2 factors that may be
          key to advancing or undermining global problem
          solving: the content and style of U.S. global
          engagement in the face of new perils and opportunities
Ongoing   and the strength and quality of relationships between
          Muslim and Western societies, 3) sustainable
          development: goals are combating global warming
          and protecting ecosystems and conserving
          biodiversity, 4) human advancement: supporting arts
          and culture, working to improve the quality of
          education, recognizing and encouraging individual
          leadership, and helping to mitigate the impact of
          health threats that undermine human advancement on
          a nation- or region-wide scale


          To support conferences at Bellagio Center (Italy) For
          framing debates on world issues, for translating theory
          into action and for devising creative responses to
          some of the most pressing issues of our time,
          especially those directed at alleviating poverty and
          vulnerability Most conferences are one-time events
          scheduled for 5 days or less, but applications for a
Ongoing   series of meetings are considered Generally, no more
          than half the participants should be citizens of any one
          country the Foundation provides participants with
          room and board for all meetings; most participants
          cover and arrange for their own travel, although
          assistance is available for those who meet specified
          criteria

          Ffocus resources on five interconnected issue areas,
          selected both because they are critical global
          challenges and because the Foundation is distinctively
          positioned to address them effectively and with
          measurable results: 1) repairing weak, outmoded
Ongoing   health systems, 2) building resilience to environmental
          degradation and climate change, 3) addressing the
          risks of accelerating urbanization, 4) reweaving frayed
          social contracts, 5) easing basic survival insecurities


          Not Specified
Ongoing
                           To pursue rigorous and sophisticated research in areas
                           of interest to TIAA-CREF such as retirement income
       Ongoing
                           security issues and strategic issues in higher education

                           Supports innovative peace building projects involving
                           research, the identification of promising models and
                           effective practices, the development of practitioner
                           resources and tools, the development and delivery of
                           education, training and dialogue programs, and the
                           production of films, radio programs, and other media
     10/1 annually         projects are focused on preventing, managing and
                           resolving violent conflict and promoting post-conflict
                           peace building in settings outside the border of the
                           U.S. awards generally range from $40,000 to
                           $120,000 and are one to two years in duration


                           Favor proposals that have a strong original research
                           component often includes a structured analysis of data
                           or policies that yields a publishable result and makes a
                           contribution to the body of evidence in support of
  1/15, 7/15 annually      viable solutions to problems of common U.S.-Japan
                           interest could also include visiting fellowships in
                           particular policy areas, study groups, or other formats


                           Projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in
                           the U.S. and/or U.S. in Japan, but also deal with
                           concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship
                           types of projects: 1) print media- exchange programs,
                           fellowships, research, etc. involving journalists,
                           editors, or other print media professionals leading to
                           professional development and/or an article series of
                           publication; 2) broadcast media: exchange programs,
  1/15, 7/15 annually      fellowships, research, symposiums, etc. involving
                           broadcast journalists, editors, or other broadcast
                           media professionals resulting in professional
                           development and/or a story series of other special
                           coverage, 3) documentary film/video (and other multi-
                           media)- documentary films about Japan and the U.S.-
                           Japan relationship, 4) other- unique approaches to
                           strengthening the U.S.-Japan relationships


                           For proposals rooted in the humanities grants of up to
                           $2,500 to plan larger projects or to carry out programs
       Ongoing
                           where only a modest amount of funding is required

                           For proposals rooted in any humanities discipline
10/15, 2/1, 5/1 annually   most fall within the $3,000-$10,000 range
                               Promotes distinctive learning and research
                               experiences in science, engineering and the liberal arts
                               at undergraduate colleges in Foundation-designated
    5/1, 11/1 annually         states or through organizations that address
                               undergraduate needs at the national level grants from
                               $200,000 to $1 million

                               This program contributes to the Foundation’s overall
                               mission to support basic research in anthropology and
                               to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source
                               of vibrant and significant work that furthers our
                               understanding of humanity’s cultural and biological
                               origins, development, and variation there is no
                               preference for any methodology, research location, or
                               subfield The Foundation particularly welcomes
                               proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can
                               generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or
    5/1; 11/1 annually         integrate two or more subfields Dissertation
                               Fieldwork Grants: maximum of $20,000 with no time
                               limit to aid doctoral or thesis research Hunt
                               Postdoctoral Fellowships: support writing-up of
                               already completed research; $40,000 for 12 months of
                               continuous full-time writing but can apply for a
                               shorter time period Post-Ph.D. Research Grants: to
                               support individual research projects; maximum of
                               $25,000 toward research expenses with no time limit


                               Supports research to improve the lives of youth ages 8
                               to 25 in the United States focus on enhancing our
                               understanding of how youth settings work, how they
Letters of inquiry due early   affect youth development, and how they can be
     January, April, and       improved focus on when, how, and under what
September for Investigator-    conditions research evidence is used in policy and
 Initiated Grants annually;    practice that affect youth and how its use can be
   ongoing for Officers’       improved nvestigator-Initiated Research Grants
       Research Grants         usually range between $100,000 and $600,000 and
                               cover two to three years of support Officers’ Research
                               Grants range between $15,000 and $25,000 and
                               typically cover one to two years

                              Grants for up to one month to study the former Soviet
                              Union (excluding the Baltic States). policy-relevant
3/1; 6/1; 9/1; 12/ 1 annually research is preferred stipend of $100 per day must be
                              in residence in Washington D.C. for the duration of
                              the grant
                              Grants are for 1 month and do not include residence at
                              the Wilson Center for scholars working on policy
3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1 annually
                              relevant projects on East Europe
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Table of Contents                                                                      Funding Op


                       Tag                            Organization



  Grant, Funding, Youth, Communication Strategy    A.L. Mailman Family Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                Alexander von Humboldt Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




                    Grant, Funding                 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public




        Grant, Funding, Faculty, Research                Allen Foundation Inc.
Research, Award, Funding      American Cancer Society




     Grant, Funding        American Philosophical Society




     Grant, Funding        Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




 Grant, Funding, Digital   Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




     Grant, Funding           Arca Foundation Grants




     Grant, Funding        Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




 Grant, Funding, Health    Arthur Vining Davis Foundation
         International, Grant, Funding                 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation




                                                  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
Education, Environment, Grant, Funding, Federal
                                                              Opportunities




                Grant, Funding                         California HealthCare Foundation




         International, Grant, Funding                 Carnegie Corporation of New York
      Grant, Funding            Carnegie Corporation of New York




Grant, Funding, International     Center for Global Partnership




      Grant, Funding                  Commonwealth Fund




      Grant, Funding                  Compton Foundation
    International, Grant, Funding, Research       DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




     Federal, Grant, Funding, International              Department of Education




          Research, Award, Funding                     Dirksen Congressional Center




Funding, International, Education, Environment,
                                                                  DuPont
               Youth, Community




                Grant, Funding                       Educational Foundation of America




                Grant, Funding                               Fahs-Beck Fund




       Research, Grant, Faculty, Funding                     Fahs-Beck Fund
           Grant, Funding                               Ford Foundation




           Grant, Funding                               Ford Israel Fund




     Grant, Funding, Fellowship           George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation




Grant, Funding, Social Issues, Students                    Getty Image




           Grant, Funding                       Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation




Funding, Award, Education, Students                  Hayek Fund for Scholars
            Grant, Funding                               Horowitz Foundation




  Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding,            Institute of International Education



  Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding              Inter American Press Association




                                            International Research Collaboration on Alcohol
Research, International, Funding, Federal
                                                             and Alcoholism




       Education, Grant, Funding                            Jack Murdock




Research, Award, Funding, Grant, Science            James S. McDonnell Foundation
      Grant, Funding            Lindbergh Foundation




 Grant, Funding, Publishing       Louisville Institute




International, Grant, Funding   MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation
     Grant, Education, Funding                         McGregor Fund




Scholarship, Research, Grant, Funding      Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture




           Grant, Funding                            MetLife Foundation




Grant, Society, Environment, Funding                   Mott Foundation




           Grant, Funding                       Nathan Cummings Foundation




                                        National Archives and Records Administration –
Publishing, History, Funding, Federal
                                                 Publishing Historical Records
Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding   National Education Association Foundation




Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding   National Education Association Foundation




     Grant, Funding, Federal         National Endowment for the Humanities




     Federal, Grant, Funding               National Institutes of Health
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Funding, Grant, Research   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Funding, Grant   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding      National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation Science




    Grant, Funding           New York Community Trust




    Grant, Funding              Pew Charitable Trusts




    Grant, Funding            Public Welfare Foundation
        Grant, Funding                   Revson Foundation




Grant, Health, Funding, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation




        Grant, Funding                 Russell Sage Foundation
Grant, Funding, Research    Russell Sage Foundation




    Grant, Funding         Sasakawa Peace Foundation




    Grant, Funding            Spencer Foundation




    Grant, Funding            Spencer Foundation




    Grant, Funding            Surdna Foundation
Grant, Funding, Northwest   The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation




     Grant, Funding               The Rockefeller Foundation




     Grant, Funding               The Rockefeller Foundation
      Grant, Funding                 The Rockefeller Foundation




      Grant, Funding                        TIAA-CREF




International, Grant, Funding      United States-Japan Foundation




Grant, Funding, International      United States-Japan Foundation




      Grant, Funding                     Virginia Foundation



      Grant, Funding            Virginia Foundation for the Humanities
Undergraduate, Grant, Funding           W.M. Keck Foundation




        Grant, Funding                 Wenner-Gren Foundation




Grant, Youth, Research, Funding       William T. Grant Foundation




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center




        Grant, Funding            Woodrow Wilson International Center
         Funding Opportunity


                  Award                                     Eligible Population


 A.L. Mailman Family Foundation The Foundation
maintains a national focus and supports organizations
                                                      We fund only organizations that are tax-exempt under
 which are national in scope or reach more than one
                                                      Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code
 state. The Foundation has assets of just over $20
                                                                  and have a current IRS ruling.
million and awards grants totaling approximately $1
                    million yearly.


 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Funding for       Scholars at research institutions in Germany, the U.S.,
   Scholars in the Humanities, Social Sciences,       and Canada who have a Ph.D.; applications must be
  Economics, and Law,              Transatlantic     submitted jointly by at least one German and one U.S.
         Cooperation in Research Award                                 or Canadian scholar




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Economic Performance
                                                                            Scholars
           and the Quality of Life Grants




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public Understanding of
                                                                            Scholars
                  Science Grants




                                                      Full-time regular faculty members with tenure or on
           Allen Foundation Inc. Grants
                                                                           tenure track
                                                        U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent
                                                      residents of the U.S. who have a Ph.D. or equivalent
 American Cancer Society Research Scholar Awards
                                                      who are in the first 6 years of an independent research
                                                                   career or faculty appointment
                                                     Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                       abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund Grants projects to be carried out in the U.S. who are pursuing
                                                         either a master’s or a doctoral degree or are
                                                                          postdoctoral




     Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Scholarly
                                                                           Not specified
            Communications Grants




    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Information
                                                                           Not specified
              Technology Grants




              Arca Foundation Grants                                       Not specified




                                                       Must be signed by the head of the institution which
Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Secondary Education     can include a public or private college or university,
                      Grants                              graduate school of education, or freestanding
                                                                      educational institution




 Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Health Care Grants               Dean or equivalent must submit
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health
                                                                       Not specified
                 Program Grants




                                                     State governments, County governments, City or
                                                   township governments, Special district governments,
                                                       Independent school districts, Public and State
                                                     controlled institutions of higher education, Native
BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
                                                    American tribal organizations (other than Federally
            Opportunities
                                                   recognized tribal governments), Nonprofits having a
                                                  501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of
                                                      higher education, Private institutions of higher
                                                                           education




    California HealthCare Foundation Grants                            Not specified




Carnegie Corporation of New York International
                                                                       Not specified
               Program Grants
Carnegie Corporation of New York National Program
                                                    Not specified
                      Grants




        Center for Global Partnership Grants        Not specified




           Commonwealth Fund Grants                 Not specified




            Compton Foundation Grants               Not specified
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service German               Ph.D. in the process of preparing dissertation
           Studies Research Grant                                            proposals




Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus             Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program                institutions of higher education and other public and
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                    private nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education




   Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional           Researchers working on dissertations or post-Ph.D.
               Research Awards                              who are U.S. citizens residing in the U.S.


                                                         Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts
                                                          that meet the needs of various groups and global
DuPont is committed to improving the quality of life    communities where the company operates. Areas of
 and enhancing the vitality of the communities in      support include: Educational programs; Culture & the
     which it operates throughout the world.              arts; Environmental initiatives; Human & health
                                                           service organizations; and Civic & community
                                                                              activities.


     Educational Foundation of America Grants                               Not specified




 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                              Doctoral students in the U.S. or Canada
           Doctoral Dissertation Grants




                                                       Faculty members or postdoctoral researchers affiliated
 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                         with non-profit human service organizations in the
       Faculty/Post-Doctoral Research Grants
                                                                           U.S. or Canada
              Ford Foundation Grants                                      Not specified




              Ford Israel Fund Grants                                     Not specified




                                                      Mid-career scholars (finished studies last 5-15 years
The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
                                                       and tenure or comparable recognition, but not full
                      Grants
                                                      professor or comparable) living or working in the US



                                                       Large grants: professional photojournalists; Small
                Getty Image Grants                       grants: students under 30 who are enrolled in
                                                                    photojournalism courses




   Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Humanities
                                                                          Not specified
                  Program Grants




                                                      The award is open to graduate students who intend to
                                                        pursue academic careers and untenured faculty
The Hayek Fund for Scholars provides awards of up      members whose academic work contributes to the
 to $750 to graduate students and untenured faculty      understanding of the principles, practices, and
      members for career-advancing activities.          institutions necessary to a free society or to the
                                                       understanding of the classical liberal or libertarian
                                                                            tradition.
             Horowitz Foundation Grants                                         Scholars




                                                         Undergraduates who are receiving federal Pell Grant
    Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
                                                                   funding at 2 or 4 year colleges


                                                           U.S. & Canadian journalists or journalism school
    Inter American Press Association Scholarships
                                                             seniors or graduates aged 21-35 years of age




                                                             State governments, County governments, City or
                                                          township governments, Independent school districts,
                                                             Public and State controlled institutions of higher
International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and          education, Native American tribal governments
                     Alcoholism                          (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                           status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                           education, For profit organizations other than small
                                                                        businesses, Small businesses




The Jack Murdock’s desire to “nurture and enrich the
                                                          Organizations involved in advancing culture and the
   educational, spiritual, cultural, and social lives of
                                                          arts are welcomed each year, as are projects targeted
 individuals, families, and communities" continues to
                                                         to elevating human services, health, and health care in
be reflected in grants, enrichment programs, and many
                                                                              the region.
               Trust activities to this day.




James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science
                                                                               Researchers
            Initiative Research Awards
          Lindbergh Foundation Grants                                Not specified




                                                 Members of a racial/ethnic minority group who have
      Louisville Institute’s First Book Grant    earned a Ph.D. and are pre-tenured faculty in a full-
                                                             time tenure track position




 MacArthur Foundation International Program in
                                                                     Not specified
   Global Security and Sustainability Grants




MacArthur Foundation U.S. Program in Human and
                                                                     Not specified
        Community Development Grants




      MacArthur Foundation Media Grants                              Not specified
                                                         The Fund provides a special program of competitive
The McGregor Fund is a private foundation organized
                                                         grants for private liberal arts colleges and liberal arts
"to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being
                                                         colleges within private universities in Michigan and
                      of mankind."
                                                                                   Ohio.




Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture International
                                                           Doctoral students who have dissertation approved
              Doctoral Scholarship




             MetLife Foundation Grants                                        Not specified




                                                         Our grant making is carried out in three ways: We
                                                       request proposals from organizations with which we
The Mott Foundation makes grants in the U.S. and, on
                                                      have been in contact. We send out occasional requests
  a limited geographic basis, internationally. Grants
                                                       for proposals (RFPs) that address a specific issue or
 outside the U.S. are made only in the Civil Society
                                                        area of interest. We accept unsolicited requests for
              and Environment programs.
                                                        projects that fall within our program priorities and
                                                                              guidelines.



        Nathan Cummings Foundation Grants                                     Not specified



                                                             State governments, County governments, City or
                                                          township governments, Special district governments,
                                                             Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                             education, Native American tribal governments
           Publishing Historical Records
                                                         (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                           status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                            education, Private institutions of higher education
National Education Association Foundation Learning   Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
              and Leadership Grants                               education faculty and staff




National Education Association Foundation Student    Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
               Achievement Grants                                 education faculty and staff




                                                         An institution is eligible to apply only if it is a
                                                       nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt
NEH – Programming Grants to Accompany NEH on
                                                     status and has already received a confirmed booking
             the Road Exhibitions
                                                     for one of the NEH on the Road exhibitions through
                                                                   Mid-America Arts Alliance.




                                                                    State governments
                                                                   County governments
                                                             City or township governments
                                                              Special district governments
                                                              Independent school districts
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                         education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                        recognized)
Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series
                                                  Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                    (R13)
                                                   Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                       Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                       other than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                     IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                         Private institutions of higher education
                                                  For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                     Small businesses
National Institutes of Health Parent Announcements
                                                     Not specified
           and Program Announcements




   Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations




   National Science Foundation Innovation and
                                                     Not specified
         Organizational Sciences Grants
  National Science Foundation Cross-Directorate
                                                     Not specified
                 Activities Grants




   National Science Foundation Computing and
                                                     Not specified
 Communication Foundations Core Program Grants




   National Science Foundation Information and
                                                     Not specified
     Intelligent Systems Core Program Grants




National Science Foundation Science of Science and
                                                     Not specified
             Innovation Policy Grants
  National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                                         Not specified
             Learning Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology
                                                                    See specific award types
                     Grants




National Science Foundation/ Directorate for Social,
                                                       Doctoral students who are enrolled at US academic
   Behavioral & Economic Sciences—Doctoral
                                                                           institution
          Dissertation Improvement Grants




National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences
                                                                         Not specified
                      Grants
 National Science Foundation Linguistics Grants    Not specified




       Fundamental Research Program for
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers




SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement
                     Grants
                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                  City or township governments
                                                                   Special district governments
                                                                   Independent school districts
                                                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                              education
                                                         Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                             recognized)
     Major Research Instrumentation Program            Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                                                        Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                            Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                        Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                            other than institutions of higher education
                                                      Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                          IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education
                                                       For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                          Small businesses




National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities for
                                                                           Not specified
          Academic Liaison with Industry




National Science Foundation Perception, Action and
                                                                           Not specified
                 Cognition Grants
 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                       Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial
                                                       Not specified
                  Science Grants




National Science Foundation Political Science Grants   Not specified




  National Science Foundation Social Psychology
                                                       Not specified
                      Grants
   National Science Foundation Sociology Grants                         Not specified




  National Science Foundation Decision, Risk, and
                                                                        Not specified
            Management Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Foundations of Data and
                                                                        Not specified
               Visual Analytics Grants




    National Science Foundation Methodology,          Depends on the type of award- see solicitation for
        Measurement, and Statistics Grants                                 details




   National Science Foundation Economics Grants                         Not specified
National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience
                                                          Not specified
                      Grants




 National Science Foundation Science, Technology,
                                                     Depends on type of award
                 and Society Grants




        New York Community Trust Grants                   Not specified




           Pew Charitable Trusts Grants                   Not specified




         Public Welfare Foundation Grants                 Not specified
             Revson Foundation Grants                                  Not specified




Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law
                                                                       Not specified
         Research Rapid Response Grants




                                                     Advanced doctoral students or non-tenured faculty
Russell Sage Foundation Behavioral Economics Small
                                                     members who have been out of graduate school for
                       Grants
                                                                   two or fewer years
       Russell Sage Foundation Grants                         Researchers with Ph.D.s




     Sasakawa Peace Foundation Grants                              Not specified




Spencer Foundation Initiative on Philosophy in
                                                 Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience
   Educational Policy and Practice Grants




   The Spencer Foundation Research Grants        Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience




          Surdna Foundation Grants                                 Not specified
                                               Serve populations of the Pacific Northwest states:
                                               Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington.
                                             Have current 501(c) (3) Public Charity status from the
 The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation       Internal Revenue Service (IRS), be a government
                                             entity, or be an IRS-recognized tribe. It may not be a
                                             private foundation as defined in Section 509(a) of the
                                                             Internal Revenue Code.




     Rockefeller Brothers Fund Grants                            Not specified




The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
                                                              Groups of scholars
            Conference Grants
           Rockefeller Foundation Grants               Not specified




       TIAA-CREF Institute Research Grants               Scholars




   United States-Japan Foundation Policy Grants        Not specified




United States-Japan Foundation Communication and
                                                       Not specified
                Public Opinion Grants




Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Discretionary
                                                         Scholars
                       Grants


Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Open Grants       Scholars
W.M. Keck Foundation Undergraduate Education         For undergraduate programs in Foundation-designated
                   Grants                                                   states




                                                     Dissertation fieldwork: students enrolled in a doctoral
                                                     program who have completed all requirements for the
                                                        degree other than the dissertation; Postdoctoral
         Wenner-Gren Foundation Grants
                                                       fellowships: Scholars with a Ph.D. in hand for no
                                                       more than 10 years; Post-Ph.D. Research Grants:
                                                          people holding a Ph.D. or equivalent degree




William T. Grant Foundation Investigator-Initiated
                                                                          Researchers
      Grants and Officers’ Research Grants




                                                     Scholars who have a particular need to use the library,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                      archival, and other specialized resources of the D.C.
      Kennan Institute Short-Term Grants
                                                                               area

                                                         American academic experts and practitioners,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars       including advanced graduate students, engaged in
   East European Studies Short-Term Grants            specialized research requiring access to Washington
                                                                D.C. and its research institutions
Deadline                            Other Details
                       Our grants generally range from $5,000 – $50,000
                       with most of our grants in the $25 -$35,000 range.
                       Grants made in this program area focus on
                       communications strategies in order to bring public
     Ongoing           attention to the needs of young children. We have
                       funded: Research of new approaches and strategies to
                       communicate the needs of young children and the
                       importance of early investments. Communication of
                       knowledge to inform the field and build public will

                       -The AVH Foundation will grant up to half of the
                       funding for a new collaborative project, such as a joint
4/30; 10/31 annually
                       study, critical edition, or seed money for an
                       international conference
                       For high quality original research that promises to
                       broaden understanding or use it to improve American
                       institutions—Foundation believes that a theory-based
                       empirically tested understanding of the US economy
     Ongoing           is essential to improving the American quality of life.
                       Focus on economic institutions, behavior, and
                       performance; federal statistics; science and
                       engineering workforce; and workplace, workforce,
                       and working families.
                       To foster a better public understanding of the
                       increasingly scientific and technological environment
                       in which we live. the program aims to convey some of
                       the challenges and rewards of the scientific and
     Ongoing           technological enterprise and of the lives of the men
                       and women who undertake it. using books, television,
                       radio, film, theater and other media, grants in this
                       program area promote a deeper, richer contact with all
                       the ways science and technology affect our lives

                       Funding grants relevant to nutritional research: 1) to
                       support programs for the education and training of
                       mothers during pregnancy and after the birth of their
                       children. 2) to assist in the training of people to work
  12/31 annually       as educators and demonstrators of good nutritional
                       practices. 3) to encourage the dissemination of
                       information regarding healthful nutritional practices
                       and habits
                              Support for investigator-initiated research projects in
                              health services and health policy outcomes research.
     4/1, 10/15 annually      Awards may be for four years and for as much as
                              $200,000 per year direct costs

                              For research in Native American linguistics and
                              ethnohistory, focusing on the continental U.S. and
        3/1 annually          Canada. Given for a maximum of one year from date
                              of award to cover travel, tapes, and consultants’ fees.
                              From $1,000-$3,500
                              Focuses broadly on all stages in the life cycle of
                              scholarly resources. Promoting the cost-effective
                              creation, dissemination, accessibility, and preservation
                              of high quality scholarly resources in humanistic
          Ongoing             studies broadly defined. Grant making occurs
                              principally in 5 main categories: new methods of
                              creating scholarly resources, innovations in scholarly
                              publication, cataloging and other forms of access,

                              To promote the study of uses of digital technologies
                              that can be applied to research and online and distance
                              learning and teaching. Also support investigations of
                              new technical approaches to the archiving of textual
          Ongoing
                              and multimedia materials that require improved search
                              and storage techniques and improvements in user-
                              interfaces

                           Support for projects that work to advance transparent,
                           accountable, and just policies. Domestically
                           concerned about the promotion of a more equitable,
 st                        accountable, and transparent economic recovery.
1 week in August and March
                           Internationally concerned with projects that advance
         annually
                           policies that further normalize US-Cuban relations as
                           well as proposals that work to foster more just policies
                           on a range of international issues

                              Grants for innovative professional development
                              programs that strengthen teachers and their teaching in
                              grades 9-12. Special consideration to projects in their
                              early stages that address the concerns and problems of
                              secondary education on a national level. Encourage
          Ongoing             sustained partnership between the faculties of colleges
                              and school districts, or collaborative efforts involving
                              reform organizations, colleges/universities, and high
                              schools. $100-200,000


                              Focus on “caring attitudes” in patient care with two
                              populations: 1) initiatives that advance caring attitudes
                              in physicians during all aspects of education, 2)
          Ongoing             innovative programs that seek to train other health
                              care providers in caring attitudes such as nurses and
                              hospital . $100,000-200,000chaplains
            The Foundation supports work in three areas: 1.
            priority diseases and conditions. 2. other health
            conditions that have a lower overall burden than those
            noted above, but still have a disproportionate impact
            in the developing world. 3. critical enabling
            strategies: to ensure that life-saving health
            interventions reach those who need them most, the
Ongoing     Foundation supports efforts to: mobilize new
            resources for global health; build awareness of global
            health issues among decision-makers, the media, and
            the public; strengthen public health leadership;
            improve the collection and use of data and evidence
            for global health decision-making; improve the
            delivery of, and demand for, key products and
            interventions

            The objective of this funding opportunity is to provide
            youth the opportunity to connect with the natural
            world by participating in hands-on environmental
            educational experiences through outdoor programs
            and field classrooms to youth and families, working in
            conjunction with a variety of schools and other youth-
9/12/2012   focused nonprofit organizations. These experiences
            will provide academic, experiential, and
            environmental education opportunities in order for
            youth and families to gain a better understanding and
            appreciation of natural resource management
            objectives and stewardship of the land.


            Mission is to improve the way health care is delivered
            and financed in California by promoting innovations
            in care and broader access to information. Focus effort
            in three program areas: 1) improving the quality of
Ongoing     care for Californians with chronic disease, 2) reducing
            barriers to efficient, affordable healthcare for the
            underserved, 3) promoting greater transparency and
            accountability in California’s healthcare system


            interested in the seemingly inexorable growth of
            globalization, the danger of deepening fragmentation
            along cultural, regional, and religious divides and the
            role of developing countries in advancing global
Ongoing     cohesion and prosperity. Program focuses on several
            specific, but interrelated, grant making areas: nuclear
            security, U.S. global engagement, states at risk, Islam
            initiative, higher education in sub-Saharan Africa and
            Eurasia, libraries and information
                    Program aims to contribute to a robust democracy
                    fueled by increased educational opportunity, improved
                    institutions of learning, increased civic participation,
                    and immigrant integration. Two major goals: creating
                    pathways to educational and economic opportunity
                    and creating pathways to citizenship, civil
    Ongoing         participation, and civic integration in a pluralistic
                    society. Grant making activities will include support
                    of demonstration programs, promising innovations
                    and capacity-building in selected institutions as well
                    as research, communications, policy analysis, and
                    advocacy

                    To support Japan-U.S. collaborative policy-oriented
                    projects in the following areas: 1) traditional and non-
 10/1 annually      traditional approaches to security and diplomacy, 2)
                    global and regional economic issues, 3) role of civil
                    society
                    The Fund supports independent research on health and
                    social issues and makes grants to improve health care
                    practice and policy. Dedicated to helping people
                    become more informed about their health care and
    Ongoing         improving care for vulnerable populations such as
                    children, the elderly, low-income families, minorities,
                    and the uninsured. Program areas: a high performance
                    health system, special populations, international health
                    policy and practice

                    Focus most of funding in the following areas: 1) peace
                    and security- to provide for better protection and
                    safety in areas of armed conflict by improving U.S.
                    and international peace operations, military policy,
                    and police practices. 2) environment and
                    sustainability- advancing ecologically healthy,
                    economically sustainable, and socially just visions for
                    the management and use of fresh water in the western
                    U.S.; reducing the U.S. contribution to the global
3/7, 9/7 annually   climate crisis; promoting community-based strategies
                    to support healthy ecosystems and thriving rural
                    communities. 3) population and reproductive health-
                    achieving a healthy planet; ensuring and improving
                    access to family planning and reproductive health
                    services within the U.S. Believe that research and
                    activism should inform each other, and that both
                    perspectives are necessary for productive public
                    debate and effective policy change
                      Program is designed to encourage research and
                      promote the study of cultural, political, historical,
                      economic and social aspects of modern and
                      contemporary German affairs from an inter- and
                      multidisciplinary perspective. Intent is to provide an
5/1; 11/1 annually    opportunity for short-term exploratory research to
                      determine the viability or to delimit the scope of
                      proposed dissertations. Applicants are expected to
                      have completed two years of college German.
                      Research support ranging from 1,500 to 2,500 Euro is
                      intended to offset living and travel costs

                      To support the formation of educational consortia of
                      American and Russian institutions of higher education
                      to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                      cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
   7/7 annually       educational materials, and other types of educational
                      and methodological activities; and related educational
                      student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                      $150,000 for 12 months

                      To fund research on congressional leadership and the
                      US Congress. From a few hundred dollars to $3,500
   2/1 annually       and normally for one year. Funds can cover almost
                      any aspect of a qualified research project

                      Social Progress – Increasing access to opportunity;
                      helping children, youth and families; fostering
                      understanding among community members
     Ongoing




                      Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the
                      environment, reproductive freedom, theatre,
     Ongoing          education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy,
                      peace and national security issues and human services

                      To support dissertation expenses for studies that have
                      the potential for adding significantly to knowledge
                      about problems in the functioning or well being of
4/15, 11/1 annually   children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      about interventions designed to prevent or alleviate.
                      Up to $5,000 such problems

                      To support studies to develop, refine, evaluate, or
                      disseminate innovative interventions designed to
                      prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological,
                      behavioral, or public health problems affecting
4/15, 11/1 annually
                      children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      studies that have the potential for adding significantly
                      to knowledge about such problems up to $20,000
                Grants to develop new ideas and strengthen
                organizations that reduce poverty and injustice and
                promote democratic values, international cooperation
                and human achievement. 13 key fields: arts and
                culture; civil society; community development;
  Ongoing       development finance and economic security;
                education and scholarship; environment and
                development; governance; HIV/AIDS; human rights;
                media; religion; society and culture; sexuality and
                reproductive health; and workforce development

                This is a grant making partnership between the Ford
                Foundation and the New Israel Fund to promote peace
                and social justice in Israel. Focused on three areas: 1)
                promoting civil rights & human rights in Israel, 2)
  Ongoing
                promoting equity & equal opportunities for the
                Palestinian minority within Israel, 3) promoting a
                peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

                Awards fellowships each year for independent
                projects in fields selected on a six-year rotation of
                topics. Ten fellowships will be rewarded in the fields
11/9 annually   of history and philosophy. Stipends of $25,000.
                Support is intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves
                or for independent scholars to devote a substantial
                block of time to the project
                Large grants: $20,000 to give the time and support
                needed to pursue projects on significant social or
  5/1/2011
                cultural issues. Small grants: $5,000 for students

                To further the humanities along a broad front,
                supporting projects which address the concerns of the
                historical studia humanitatis, a humanistic education
                rooted in the great traditions of the past; the formation
  Ongoing
                of human beings according to cultural, moral, and
                aesthetic ideals derived from that past; and the
                ongoing debate over how these ideals may best be
                conceived and realized
                Eligible career-advancing activities include, but are
                not limited to: Presentations at academic or
                professional conferences. Travel to academic job
                interviews on a campus or at professional/academic
  Ongoing       conferences. Travel to archives or libraries for
                research. Participation in career-development or
                enhancing seminars. Distribution of a published article
                to colleagues in your field . Submission of
                unpublished manuscripts to journals or book
                publishers
                 Preference is given to projects that deal with
                 contemporary issues in the social sciences and issues
                 of policy relevance. May be for new projects, support
                 for research in progress (including final work on a
1/31 annually    dissertation), or travel funds. Preference is given to
                 scholars in the initial stages of their
                 careers—advanced graduate students and untenured
                 assistant professors and instructors. Typically for one
                 year
                 -scholarships of up to $5,000 to study abroad
  Ongoing
                 To spend an academic year studying and reporting in
                 Latin America and the Caribbean. Expected to take a
                 minimum of 3 university courses, participate in the
12/31 annually
                 Scholarship Fund’s Reporting Program, and undertake
                 and submit to the Scholarship Fund a major research
                 project
                 The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
                 Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for the
                 purpose of fostering international collaborations
                 between alcohol research investigators within the
                 United States and investigators located at non-United
                 States laboratories and performance sites for the
                 mutual advancement of our understanding of alcohol
  9/7/2014       problems and of clinical and public health approaches
                 to their solutions. The program is intended to provide
                 funds for research activities to be undertaken jointly
                 between the U.S. and non-U.S. laboratory that
                 expands the research direction of both the U.S. and
                 non-U.S. laboratories in a collaborative manner.


                 The three general areas are: Education, Arts &
                 Culture, Health and Human Services
  Ongoing



                 Support research in the areas of studying complex
                 systems and brain cancer research. Projects should be
                 at an early or preliminary stage of development, be
                 intended to break new ground or challenge commonly
                 held assumptions, and be sufficiently novel, cross-
                 disciplinary, or heterodox to have a strong likelihood
   ongoing       of influencing the development of new ways of
                 thinking about important problems. Maximum of
                 $450,000 over a minimum of three years or a
                 maximum of six years; smaller amounts may be
                 requested to pursue pilot projects or test the feasibility
                 of an experimental approach
                          For research or educational projects which focus on
                          the Lindbergh’s vision of balance between the
Second Thursday of June
                          advance of technology and preservation of the
       annually
                          natural/human environment. One category of funding
                          is intercultural communication
                          To spend an academic year devoted to a research
                          project leading to the publication of a first book
                          focusing on some aspect of Christianity in North
     2/15 annually
                          America. Up to $40,000. Grantees must be released
                          from all teaching and committee responsibilities
                          during the award year
                          -supports work in 5 areas: 1) human rights and
                          international justice: to further the development of an
                          international system of justice and advance human
                          rights around the globe, with a special focus on
                          Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia, 2) international peace
                          and security: aim is to reduce global risks from
                          nuclear weapons, foster security cooperation in the
                          Asia-Pacific region and strengthen independent
                          scientific advice on international security matters, 3)
       Ongoing            population and reproductive health: seeks to reduce
                          maternal death and illness and to advance the sexual
                          and reproductive health and rights of young people,
                          with a special focus on Mexico, Nigeria, and India, 4)
                          conservation: of global biological diversity, 5) global
                          migration and human mobility: to improve the
                          governance of international migration and support
                          research to build a base of knowledge about the
                          relationship between migration and economic
                          development
                          The program explores 2 primary themes: the
                          importance of place in people’s lives and the shared
                          interests between individuals, particularly those in
                          trouble or in need, and society at large. Specific fields
       Ongoing
                          of work include: stable and affordable housing, digital
                          media and learning, juvenile justice reform,
                          community and economic development, mental health,
                          and policy research
                          Supports programs on U.S. public TV and radio and,
                          increasingly, on the Web, to help ensure a diversity of
                          viewpoints and expand the availability of high-quality
                          nonfiction content. Primary focus is programs that
                          broadcast independent documentary films and use
       Ongoing            digital technologies to tell well-researched and
                          important documentary stories in multiple media. Also
                          supports non-commercial production of news
                          programming, especially programs that help inform
                          Americans about events and issues in other parts of
                          the world
                      There are two primary objectives of the program: first,
                      to recognize and encourage excellence in private
                      liberal arts education; and second, to support projects
     Ongoing
                      or activities that will have a significant positive impact
                      on the quality of the liberal arts education provided by
                      the institution.
                      The purpose is to help train qualified individuals for
                      careers in Jewish scholarship and research, and to help
                      Jewish educational, religious, and communal workers
                      obtain advanced training for leadership positions. The
  10/31 annually      amount of the scholarship varies in accordance with
                      the cost of living in the country where the student is
                      studying; grants range up to $10,000 a year. Grants
                      are for one academic year and can be renewed up to a
                      maximum of four years

                      Grants available in education including leadership
                      development and school, community connections,
                      access and opportunity, mentoring, community
                      colleges, and scholarships. Grants available in health
                      focusing on national health promotion and education
                      initiatives with emphasis on: Alzheimer’s and aging,
     Ongoing          parenting skills campaign, healthy habits, HIV/AIDS
                      awareness, and substance abuse prevention. Grants
                      available in civic affairs with emphasis on: affordable
                      housing, economic skills and development, after-
                      school initiatives, mentoring, and volunteering and
                      civic engagement

                      Through four programs, and their more specific
                      program areas, the Foundation seeks to fulfill its
                      mission of supporting efforts that promote a just,
                      equitable and sustainable society. Inherent in all grant
     Ongoing          making is the desire to enhance the capacity of
                      individuals, families or institutions at the local level
                      and beyond. The Foundation hopes that its collective
                      work in any program area could lead toward
                      systematic change.
                      Grants in several program areas: 1) inter-program
                      initiatives for social and economic justice, 2) Jewish
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      life and values, 3) health, 4) environment/
                      contemplative practice, 5) arts and culture
                      The National Historical Publications and Records
                      Commission seeks proposals to publish historical
                      records of national significance. Projects may focus
                      on the papers of major figures from American life or
    10/4/2012         cover broad historical movements in politics, military,
                      business, social reform, the arts, and other aspects of
                      the national experience.
                           To engage in high-quality professional development
                           and lead colleagues in professional growth. The grant
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for
                           groups engaged in collegial study

                           Grants of $5,000 to improve the academic
                           achievement of students by engaging in critical
                           thinking and problem solving that deepen knowledge
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   of standards-based subject matter. The work should
                           also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed
                           learning, and critical reflection

                           These grants support ancillary public humanities
                           programs to accompany NEH on the Road traveling
                           exhibitions. Typical formats involve lectures, reading
                           and discussion programs, film discussion programs,
      12/27/2012
                           Chautauqua presentations by scholars, family
                           programs, exhibition tours, or other appropriate
                           formats for reaching the general public.

                           The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
                           Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
                           encourages Research Conference Grant (R13)
                           applications to conduct health disparities-related
                           meetings, workshops, and symposia. The purpose of
                           the Academic-Community Partnership Conference
                           Series is to bring together academic
                           institutions/organizations and community
                           organizations to identify opportunities for addressing
                           health disparities through the use of Community-
                           Based Participatory Research (CBPR). The objectives
                           of meetings conducted as part of this award will be to:
      10/17/2013           (1) establish and/or enhance academic-community
                           partnerships; (2) identify community-driven research
                           priorities, and (3) develop long-term collaborative
                           CBPR research agendas. Thus, it is expected these
                           partnerships will lead to grant applications for the
                           support of CBPR projects designed to meet identified
                           community needs. The areas of focus for these
                           partnerships may include one or more of the following
                           community-health issues: infant mortality; Sudden
                           Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); fibroid tumors;
                           childhood, adolescent, and/or adult obesity; health
                           literacy; techniques for outreach and information
                           dissemination; pediatric and maternal HIV/AIDS
                    All current NIH Requests for Applications are
                    included in the RFP Tracker. RFAs have single
                    receipt dates and specified funds with a targeted
                    number of awards. In addition, there are hundreds of
                    additional NIH funding opportunities listed under
                    Parent Announcements and Program Announcements.
                    They are not included individually in the Tracker, but
                    they can be reviewed at the Web site included in this
    Ongoing         entry. Parent and Program Announcements have
                    standard receipt dates throughout the year and are
                    usually open for three years. Parent Announcements
                    are for non-specific, investigator-initiated topics.
                    Program Announcement topics are often broadly
                    defined or a reminder of a scientific need. They are
                    also investigator-initiated.


                    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed
                    to supporting research that will increase scientific
                    understanding of the health status of various
                    population groups and improve the effectiveness of
                    health interventions and services for individuals
                    within those groups. High priority is placed on
                    research on populations that appear to have distinctive
                    health risk profiles but have received insufficient
                    attention from investigators.

                    Supports scientific research directed at advancing
                    understanding of innovation and organizational
                    phenomena. Levels of analysis may include, but are
                    not limited to, individuals, groups and/or institutional
                    arrangements. Disciplinary perspectives may include,
                    but are not limited to, organizational theory,
                    organizational behavior, organizational sociology,
                    social and industrial psychology, public
                    administration, computer and information sciences,
2/2; 9/3 annually   complexity sciences, decision and management
                    sciences. Research methods may span a broad variety
                    of qualitative and quantitative methods including, but
                    not limited to, archival analyses, surveys, simulation
                    studies, experiments, comparative case studies, and
                    network analyses. Research may involve industrial,
                    educational, service, government, not-for-profits,
                    voluntary organizations or interorganizational
                    arrangements
                             Program encompasses a collection of Social,
                             Behavioral, Economics and Foundation-wide
                             activities that provide support for human resource
                             development and infrastructure improvement in the
        Ongoing              SBE sciences. For special studies, analyses, and
                             workshops on topics affecting, social, behavioral, and
                             economic sciences, particularly issues that span
                             divisional boundaries

                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the algorithmic
                             foundations program, 2) the communications and
8/30 for medium projects;    information foundations program, and 3) the software
 11/28 for large projects;   and hardware foundations program. Small projects up
 12/17 for small projects    to $500,000 total budget with duration up to 3 years;
         annually            medium projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget
                             with duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years


                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the human-
                             centered computing program, 2) the information
8/30 for medium projects;    integration and informatics program, and 3) the robust
 11/28 for large projects;   intelligence program. Small projects up to $500,000
 12/17 for small projects    total budget with duration up to 3 years; medium
         annually            projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget with
                             duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years

                             Supports research designed to advance the scientific
                             basis of science and innovation policy. Research
                             funded by the program develops, improves and
                             expands models, analytical tools, data and metrics that
                             can be applied in the science policy decision making
                             process. Proposals may also develop methodologies to
                             analyze science and technology data, and to convey
       9/9 annually          the information to a variety of audiences. Researchers
                             are also encouraged to create or improve science and
                             engineering data, metrics and indicators reflecting
                             current discovery, particularly proposals that
                             demonstrate the viability of collecting and analyzing
                             data on knowledge generation and innovation in
                             organizations
                               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
        7/15 annually          the objective of leading to better educated children
                               and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                               as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                               proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                               total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                               workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                               budget of approximately $15,000)


                                Basic scientific research about the causes,
                                consequences, and complexities of human social and
                                cultural variability. Research may target any
                                appropriate scale or scales from local to regional to
      1/15, 8/15 annually
                                global. Encourage innovative research that contributes
                                to building spatially and temporally specific theory
                                that extends understanding beyond individual case
                                studies
                                To improve the quality of dissertation research.
  1/15 annually for poli sci, Aallow doctoral students to undertake significant data-
linguistics, cult anthro, law & gathering projects and to conduct field research in
  social science, research on settings away from their campus, among other things
science & technology surveys that would not otherwise be possible through the
             & stats;           student’s university

                               Supports social scientific studies of law and law-like
                               systems of rules, institutions, processes, and
                               behaviors. The primary consideration is that the
                               research shows promise of advancing a scientific
                               understanding of law and legal processes; within this
                               framework, the Program has an “open window” for
                               diverse theoretical perspectives, methods and contexts
                               for study. Proposals are welcome that advance
     1/15, 8/15 annually       fundamental knowledge about legal interactions,
                               processes, relations, and diffusions that extend beyond
                               any single nation as well as about how local and
                               national legal institutions, systems, and cultures affect
                               or are affected by transnational or international
                               phenomenon. In addition to standard proposals,
                               planning grant and travel support requests to lay the
                               foundation for research are welcome
                      Supports scientific research of all types that focuses
                      on human language as an object of investigation. The
                      program supports research on the syntactic, semantic,
                      phonetic, and phonological properties of individual
                      languages and of language in general; the
                      psychological processes involved in the use of
1/15, 7/15 annually   language; the development of linguistic capacities in
                      children; social and cultural factors in language use,
                      variation, and change; the acoustics of speech and the
                      physiological and psychological processes involved in
                      the production and perception of speech; and the
                      biological bases of language in the brain


                      The National Science Foundation encourages the
                      submission of industry-defined fundamental research
                      proposals from NSF Industry/University Cooperative
                      Research Centers (I/UCRC) in areas of shared value
                      to both centers and their members. Industry-defined
                      fundamental research broadens the scientific and
     2/6/2013         engineering understanding beyond the more specific
                      applied research interests of the industries
                      traditionally served by the I/UCRC. Industry
                      participation extends the scope and horizon of center
                      research projects so as to drive innovation with
                      industrially relevant fundamental research projects.


                      The National Science Foundation's Division of
                      Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of
                      Social and Economic Sciences (SES), National Center
                      for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), and
   10/15/2012
                      the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA)
                      award grants to doctoral students to improve the
                      quality of dissertation research.
                    The Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI)
                    serves to increase access to shared scientific and
                    engineering instruments for research and research
                    training in our Nation's institutions of higher
                    education, museums, science centers, and not-for-
                    profit organizations.




   1/24/2013




                    Promotes university-industry partnerships by making
                    project funds or fellowships/traineeships available to
                    support an eclectic mix of industry-university
                    linkages. Special interest is focused on affording the
                    opportunity for: 1) faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and
                    students to conduct research and gain experience in an
    Ongoing         industrial setting, 2) industrial scientists and engineers
                    to bring industry’s perspective and integrative skills to
                    academe, and 3) interdisciplinary university-industry
                    teams to conduct research projects. Seeks to fund
                    transformative research that lies beyond that which
                    industry would normally fund


                    Supports research on perception, action and cognition
                    including the development of these capacities.
                    Emphasis is on research strongly grounded in theory.
                    Research topics include vision, audition, haptics,
                    attention, memory, reasoning, written and spoken
                    discourse, motor control, and developmental issues in
                    all topic areas. The program encompasses a wide
2/1, 8/1 annually   range of theoretical perspectives, such as symbolic
                    computation, connectionism, ecological, nonlinear
                    dynamics, and complex systems, and a variety of
                    methodologies including both experimental studies
                    and modeling. Research involving acquired or
                    developmental deficits is appropriate if the results
                    speak to basic issues of perception, action, and
                    cognition
                      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
1/15, 7/15 annually   the objective of leading to better educated children
                      and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                      as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                      proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                      total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                      workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                      budget of approximately $15,000)


                      Research on the geographic distributions and
                      interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on
                      the Earth’s surface. investigations are encouraged into
                      the nature, causes, and consequences of human
                      activity and natural environmental processes across a
                      range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both
                      domestic and international) qualify for support if they
1/15, 8/15 annually   offer promise of contributing to scholarship by
                      enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts,
                      theories, methods, and their application to societal
                      problems and concerns. Support is also provided for
                      projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and
                      graduate education into the overall research agenda


                      Supports scientific research that advances knowledge
                      and understanding of citizenship, government, and
                      politics. Substantive areas include, but are not limited
                      to, American government and politics, comparative
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      government and politics, international relations,
                      political behavior, political economy, and political
                      institutions

                      Supports basic research on human and social
                      behavior, including cultural differences and
                      development over the life span. Among the many
                      research topics supported are: attitude formation and
1/15, 7/15 annually   change, social cognition, personality processes,
                      interpersonal relations and group processes, the self,
                      emotion, social comparison and social influence, and
                      the psychophysiological and neurophysiological bases
                      of social behavior
                             Supports basic research on all forms of human social
                             organization—societies, institutions, groups and
                             demography—and processes of individual and
    1/15, 8/15 annually      institutional change the Program encourages
                             theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at
                             improving the explanation of fundamental social
                             processes
                             Supports scientific research directed at increasing the
                             understanding and effectiveness of decision making
                             by individuals, groups, organizations, and society
                             disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and
                             workshops are funded in the areas of judgment and
                             decision making; decision analysis and decision aids;
    1/18; 8/18 annually      risk analysis, perception, and communication; societal
                             and public policy decision making; management
                             science and organizational design the program also
                             supports small grants for exploratory research of a
                             time-critical or high-risk, potentially transformative
                             nature

                             Seeks to facilitate analytical reasoning through the use
                             of interactive visual interfaces. Proposals should focus
                             on creating fundamental research advances that will
                             be widely applicable across scientific, engineering,
third Wednesday in January   commercial, and government domains that utilize
         annually            visualization and analytics to gain insight and derive
                             knowledge from massive, often streaming, dynamic,
                             ambiguous and possibly conflicting, data sets


                             -an interdisciplinary program in the Social,
                             Behavioral, and Economic Sciences that supports the
    1/16; 8/16 annually      development of innovative analytical and statistical
                             methods and models for those sciences

                             Supports research designed to improve the
                             understanding of the processes and the institutions of
                             the U.S. economy and of the world system of which it
                             is a part this program also strengthens both empirical
                             and theoretical economic analysis as well as the
                             methods for rigorous research on economic behavior.
                             Welcome proposals for individual or multi-
    1/18; 8/18 annually      investigator research projects, conferences,
                             workshops, symposia, experimental research, data
                             collection and dissemination, and computer equipment
                             and other instrumentation. Also funds conferences and
                             interdisciplinary research that strengthens links among
                             economics and the other social and behavioral sciences
                          -to advance a rigorous understanding of how the
                          human brain supports thought, perception, affect,
                          action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition
   1/24; 8/27 annually
                          and behavior, including how such processes develop
                          and change in the brain and through time

                          To examine historical, philosophical, and sociological
                          questions that arise in connection with science,
                          engineering, and technology, and their respective
                          interactions with society. 4 components: 1) ethics and
                          values in science, engineering, and technology; 2)
                          history and philosophy of science, engineering, and
                          technology; 3) social studies of science, engineering,
                          and technology; 4) studies of policy, science,
    2/1; 8/1 annually     engineering, and technology. Encourage submissions
                          of hybrid proposals that strive to integrate research
                          involving 2 or more of these core areas. Multiple
                          modes of support: scholar awards, standard research
                          grants and grants for collaborative research,
                          postdoctoral fellowships, professional development
                          fellowships, conference and workshop awards


                          Support projects directly benefiting New York City
                          grants average $50,000 for one year four major
                          program areas: children, youth, and families;
        Ongoing           community development and the environment;
                          education, arts, and the humanities, and health and
                          people with special needs

                          Support for work in: 1) health and human services
                          with a focus on public health and human services
                          policy, family financial security issues, and science
                          and technology 2) environment with a focus on global
                          warming and climate change, conservation of living
                          marine resources, and old growth forests and
                          wilderness protection 3) advancing effective policy
        Ongoing           approaches to critical issues facing states: gathering
                          information, highlighting innovation, advancing
                          policy solutions- focus on early education, assessing
                          economic benefits of investments in children prenatal
                          to five , public safety performance, and make voting
                          work 4) informing the public information initiatives


January, May, September   3 programs 1. criminal and juvenile justice 2. health
         annually         reform 3. workers’ rights
          Key program areas are: 1. education: aim of the
          program is making government more representative
          of, and more responsive to, its citizens by enhancing
          participation in public life; a part of the program
          fosters innovative uses of technology to enhance
          citizens’ knowledge and participation; another set of
          grants supports imaginative uses of technology to
          improve education in and out of the classroom 2)
          Jewish philanthropy and education: through the
Ongoing   innovative use of media, policy research and
          leadership training, it endeavors to enhance awareness
          of Jewish history and culture and to build bridges
          between people of diverse backgrounds; a central
          aspect of the program builds on the power of TV and
          film to bring the past to life; to develop leadership for
          research and teaching in the US, Israel, and elsewhere,
          support graduate fellowships in Jewish studies


          Purpose is to build the evidence for and strengthen the
          use of regulatory legal and policy solutions to improve
          public health and identifying and ameliorating laws
          and legal practices that unintentionally harm health
          grants will be awarded on a rolling basis, initiation of
          funding will be tied to the full proposal submission
          date. Looking for studies in one of two categories: 1)
          rapid response evaluations: these studies will take
          advantage of opportunities provided by changes in
          law, regulation or policy at any level of government;
          legal or policy innovations intended to address
Ongoing   pressing public health challenges can serve as “natural
          experiments” that create a window of opportunity for
          baseline data collection and/or evaluation; awards of
          up to $100,000 each will be available for a period of
          up to 12 months, final results from evaluation studies
          should be completed no later than 12 months from
          start of funding 2) public health law mapping projects:
          these projects should produce state-of-the-art legal
          datasets in topic areas of high importance to policy-
          makers and researchers; grantees will create original
          datasets of specific laws in the 50 states and
          appropriate territories, or of selected county or
          municipalhigh quality research in$50,000 each will be
          Supports laws; awards of up to behavioral
          economics and encourages young investigators to
          enter this developing field proposed research may
          address any economic topic appropriate projects will
Ongoing
          demonstrate explicit use of psychological concepts in
          the motivation of the design and the preparation of the
          results maximum budget is $5,000
                              For projects in four main research areas: 1) the Future
                              of Work which is concerned with the causes and
                              consequences of changes in the quality of low-wage
                              work in advanced economies 2) U.S. Immigration
                              which focuses on the entry of immigrant families into
                              the civic and political life of the country and on
 mid-March and mid-August immigrant experiences outside the traditional gateway
annually for grants >$35,000; cities 3) Cultural Contact which investigates how well
presidential authority awards U.S. institutions are managing to respond to the
    of <$35,000 ongoing       growing diversity of the American population 4)
                              Social Inequality which focuses on the social effects
                              of rising economic inequality, with particular attention
                              to the ways in which the U.S. political and educational
                              systems have responded to growing economic
                              disparities

                               Program areas: 1) efforts to ensure peace and security
                               in the international community, 2) addressing positive
                               and negative aspects of globalization, 3) promotion of
                               mutual understanding between priority regions and
          Ongoing
                               Japan grant period is from 1-3 years projects must
                               promote international understanding, exchange, and
                               cooperation

                               For research projects in philosophy as it relates to
                               educational policy and practice Applicants are
                               encouraged to understand educational policy and
                               practice in broad terms, including issues that directly
                               relate to K-12 schools and higher education
          Ongoing              institutions, but also concerning policies that influence
                               children’s growth and development in the family and
                               in other areas of social life including children’s
                               upbringings, educational issues in family life and in
                               the workplace, the educational effects of welfare
                               policy awards of up to $40,000

                               Provides funding for research projects on education in
                               the U.S. and abroad grants range in size from small
                               grants that can be completed within a year to large,
                               multi-year endeavors the Foundation has 4 specific
                               areas of interest (though proposals that do not fit in
          Ongoing              these defined areas will continue to be accepted): the
                               relation between education and social opportunity;
                               organizational learning in schools, school systems,
                               and higher education institutions; teaching, learning,
                               and instructional resources; and purposes and values
                               of education

                               -supports work in the areas of environment,
          Ongoing              community revitalization, effective citizenry, the arts,
                               and the nonprofit sector
          The Foundation makes grants that maximize positive
          impact for Northwest communities. To do this, we use
          a range of strategies for inviting in proposals for
          funding, including letters of inquiry and requests for
          proposals. Typically, invitations are extended to
          organizations closely aligned with our goals and
Ongoing   priorities. Because our funding decisions are shaped
          by this process, we do not accept unsolicited
          proposals. If, after reviewing our program areas, you
          believe your organization is aligned with our giving,
          please utilize the contact information page to make
          your inquiry.

          four main areas of support with geographic focus on
          New York City, South Africa, Southern China, and
          Western Balkans: 1) democratic practice:
          encouraging civic engagement in the US, fostering
          effective governance in the US, increasing access to
          and participation in global governance, ensuring
          transparency and accountability in global governance,
          2) peace and security: focuses on 2 factors that may be
          key to advancing or undermining global problem
          solving: the content and style of U.S. global
          engagement in the face of new perils and opportunities
Ongoing   and the strength and quality of relationships between
          Muslim and Western societies, 3) sustainable
          development: goals are combating global warming
          and protecting ecosystems and conserving
          biodiversity, 4) human advancement: supporting arts
          and culture, working to improve the quality of
          education, recognizing and encouraging individual
          leadership, and helping to mitigate the impact of
          health threats that undermine human advancement on
          a nation- or region-wide scale


          To support conferences at Bellagio Center (Italy) For
          framing debates on world issues, for translating theory
          into action and for devising creative responses to
          some of the most pressing issues of our time,
          especially those directed at alleviating poverty and
          vulnerability Most conferences are one-time events
          scheduled for 5 days or less, but applications for a
Ongoing   series of meetings are considered Generally, no more
          than half the participants should be citizens of any one
          country the Foundation provides participants with
          room and board for all meetings; most participants
          cover and arrange for their own travel, although
          assistance is available for those who meet specified
          criteria
                           Ffocus resources on five interconnected issue areas,
                           selected both because they are critical global
                           challenges and because the Foundation is distinctively
                           positioned to address them effectively and with
                           measurable results: 1) repairing weak, outmoded
       Ongoing             health systems, 2) building resilience to environmental
                           degradation and climate change, 3) addressing the
                           risks of accelerating urbanization, 4) reweaving frayed
                           social contracts, 5) easing basic survival insecurities


                           To pursue rigorous and sophisticated research in areas
                           of interest to TIAA-CREF such as retirement income
       Ongoing
                           security issues and strategic issues in higher education

                           Favor proposals that have a strong original research
                           component often includes a structured analysis of data
                           or policies that yields a publishable result and makes a
                           contribution to the body of evidence in support of
  1/15, 7/15 annually      viable solutions to problems of common U.S.-Japan
                           interest could also include visiting fellowships in
                           particular policy areas, study groups, or other formats


                           Projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in
                           the U.S. and/or U.S. in Japan, but also deal with
                           concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship
                           types of projects: 1) print media- exchange programs,
                           fellowships, research, etc. involving journalists,
                           editors, or other print media professionals leading to
                           professional development and/or an article series of
                           publication; 2) broadcast media: exchange programs,
  1/15, 7/15 annually      fellowships, research, symposiums, etc. involving
                           broadcast journalists, editors, or other broadcast
                           media professionals resulting in professional
                           development and/or a story series of other special
                           coverage, 3) documentary film/video (and other multi-
                           media)- documentary films about Japan and the U.S.-
                           Japan relationship, 4) other- unique approaches to
                           strengthening the U.S.-Japan relationships


                           For proposals rooted in the humanities grants of up to
                           $2,500 to plan larger projects or to carry out programs
       Ongoing
                           where only a modest amount of funding is required

                           For proposals rooted in any humanities discipline
10/15, 2/1, 5/1 annually   most fall within the $3,000-$10,000 range
                               Promotes distinctive learning and research
                               experiences in science, engineering and the liberal arts
                               at undergraduate colleges in Foundation-designated
    5/1, 11/1 annually         states or through organizations that address
                               undergraduate needs at the national level grants from
                               $200,000 to $1 million

                               This program contributes to the Foundation’s overall
                               mission to support basic research in anthropology and
                               to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source
                               of vibrant and significant work that furthers our
                               understanding of humanity’s cultural and biological
                               origins, development, and variation there is no
                               preference for any methodology, research location, or
                               subfield The Foundation particularly welcomes
                               proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can
                               generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or
    5/1; 11/1 annually         integrate two or more subfields Dissertation
                               Fieldwork Grants: maximum of $20,000 with no time
                               limit to aid doctoral or thesis research Hunt
                               Postdoctoral Fellowships: support writing-up of
                               already completed research; $40,000 for 12 months of
                               continuous full-time writing but can apply for a
                               shorter time period Post-Ph.D. Research Grants: to
                               support individual research projects; maximum of
                               $25,000 toward research expenses with no time limit


                               Supports research to improve the lives of youth ages 8
                               to 25 in the United States focus on enhancing our
                               understanding of how youth settings work, how they
Letters of inquiry due early   affect youth development, and how they can be
     January, April, and       improved focus on when, how, and under what
September for Investigator-    conditions research evidence is used in policy and
 Initiated Grants annually;    practice that affect youth and how its use can be
   ongoing for Officers’       improved nvestigator-Initiated Research Grants
       Research Grants         usually range between $100,000 and $600,000 and
                               cover two to three years of support Officers’ Research
                               Grants range between $15,000 and $25,000 and
                               typically cover one to two years

                              Grants for up to one month to study the former Soviet
                              Union (excluding the Baltic States). policy-relevant
3/1; 6/1; 9/1; 12/ 1 annually research is preferred stipend of $100 per day must be
                              in residence in Washington D.C. for the duration of
                              the grant
                              Grants are for 1 month and do not include residence at
                              the Wilson Center for scholars working on policy
3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1 annually
                              relevant projects on East Europe
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                                                    BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
  Education, Environment, Grant, Funding, Federal
                                                                Opportunities




       Federal, Grant, Funding, International                Department of Education




                    Federal, Grant                    Institute of Museum and Library Services
                                               International Research Collaboration on Alcohol
Research, International, Funding, Federal
                                                                and Alcoholism




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




              Federal, Grant                    National Archives and Records Administration




                                               National Archives and Records Administration –
Digital, Historical, Records, Grant, Federal
                                                         Digitizing Historical Records
    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant        National Endowment for the Humanities




Grant, Funding, Federal   National Endowment for the Humanities
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health
    Federal, Grant        National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Funding, Grant, Research   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




       Federal            National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Funding, Grant   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant           National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant           National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation Science
Federal, Fellowship   White House
         Federal Opportunity


                 Award                                     Eligible Population


                                                       State governments, County governments, City or
                                                     township governments, Special district governments,
                                                         Independent school districts, Public and State
                                                       controlled institutions of higher education, Native
  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
                                                      American tribal organizations (other than Federally
              Opportunities
                                                     recognized tribal governments), Nonprofits having a
                                                    501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of
                                                        higher education, Private institutions of higher
                                                                             education




Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus          Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program             institutions of higher education and other public and
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                 private nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education




                                                      To be eligible as a library applicant for a Learning
                                                    Labs in Libraries and Museums, you must: •be either a
  Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums Grants          unit of State or local government or a private
                                                       nonprofit organization that has tax-exempt status
                                                               under the Internal Revenue Code.
                                                          State governments, County governments, City or
                                                       township governments, Independent school districts,
                                                          Public and State controlled institutions of higher
International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and       education, Native American tribal governments
                     Alcoholism                       (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                        status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                        education, For profit organizations other than small
                                                                     businesses, Small businesses




                                                                        State governments
                                                                       County governments
                                                                 City or township governments
                                                        Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical                                education
               Records Projects                         Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                            recognized)
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                           other than institutions of higher education
                                                             Private institutions of higher education
                                                                        State governments
                                                                       County governments
                                                                 City or township governments
                                                        Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  Innovation in Archives and Documentary Editing                             education
                                                        Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                            recognized)
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                           other than institutions of higher education
                                                             Private institutions of higher education
                                                                        State governments
                                                        Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                             education
      State and National Archival Partnership
                                                       Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                           other than institutions of higher education
                                                             Private institutions of higher education

                                                          State governments, County governments, City or
                                                       township governments, Special district governments,
                                                          Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                          education, Native American tribal governments
           Digitizing Historical Records
                                                      (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                        status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                         education, Private institutions of higher education
                                                                      State governments
                                                                     County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                           education
                                                      Native American tribal governments (Federally
 Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
                                                                          recognized)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                         other than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                       IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education




                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
  America's Historical and Cultural Organizations                           education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education

                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
             America's Media Makers                                         education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education

                                                         An institution is eligible to apply only if it is a
                                                       nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt
NEH – Programming Grants to Accompany NEH on
                                                     status and has already received a confirmed booking
             the Road Exhibitions
                                                     for one of the NEH on the Road exhibitions through
                                                                   Mid-America Arts Alliance.
                                                                    State governments
                                                                   County governments
                                                             City or township governments
                                                              Special district governments
                                                              Independent school districts
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                         education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                        recognized)
Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series
                                                  Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                    (R13)
                                                   Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                       Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                       other than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                     IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                         Private institutions of higher education
                                                  For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                     Small businesses




National Institutes of Health Parent Announcements
                                                                        Not specified
           and Program Announcements




   Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations
                                                                       State governments
                                                                      County governments
                                                                City or township governments
                                                                 Special district governments
                                                                 Independent school districts
                                                       Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                            education
                                                       Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                           recognized)
Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase
                                                     Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
       Diversity in Health-Related Research
                                                      Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                          Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                      Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                          other than institutions of higher education
                                                    Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                        IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                            Private institutions of higher education
                                                     For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                        Small businesses




   National Science Foundation Innovation and
                                                                         Not specified
         Organizational Sciences Grants




  National Science Foundation Cross-Directorate
                                                                         Not specified
                 Activities Grants
   National Science Foundation Computing and
                                                     Not specified
 Communication Foundations Core Program Grants




   National Science Foundation Information and
                                                     Not specified
     Intelligent Systems Core Program Grants




National Science Foundation Science of Science and
                                                     Not specified
             Innovation Policy Grants




 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                     Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology
                                                                    See specific award types
                     Grants




National Science Foundation/ Directorate for Social,
                                                       Doctoral students who are enrolled at US academic
   Behavioral & Economic Sciences—Doctoral
                                                                           institution
          Dissertation Improvement Grants




National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences
                                                                         Not specified
                      Grants




   National Science Foundation Linguistics Grants                        Not specified
       Fundamental Research Program for
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers




SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement
                     Grants




                                                                      State governments
                                                                     County governments
                                                               City or township governments
                                                                Special district governments
                                                                Independent school districts
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                           education
                                                      Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                          recognized)
    Major Research Instrumentation Program          Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                                                     Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                         Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                         other than institutions of higher education
                                                   Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                       IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education
                                                    For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                       Small businesses
National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities for
                                                      Not specified
          Academic Liaison with Industry




National Science Foundation - National   Robotics
                                                       Not Listed
                    Initiative




National Science Foundation Perception, Action and
                                                      Not specified
                 Cognition Grants




 National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                      Not specified
            Learning Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial
                                                       Not specified
                  Science Grants




National Science Foundation Political Science Grants   Not specified




  National Science Foundation Social Psychology
                                                       Not specified
                      Grants




   National Science Foundation Sociology Grants        Not specified




 National Science Foundation Decision, Risk, and
                                                       Not specified
           Management Sciences Grants
National Science Foundation Foundations of Data and
                                                                           Not specified
               Visual Analytics Grants




    National Science Foundation Methodology,            Depends on the type of award- see solicitation for
        Measurement, and Statistics Grants                                   details




   National Science Foundation Economics Grants                            Not specified




National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience
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                      Grants




                                                            *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                            submitted by the following: -Non-profit, non-
                                                          academic organizations: Independent museums,
                                                      observatories, research labs, professional societies and
                                                          similar organizations in the U.S. associated with
   International Research Experiences for Students      educational or research activities. -Universities and
                                                           Colleges - Universities and two- and four-year
                                                      colleges (including community colleges) accredited in,
                                                         and having a campus located in the US, acting on
                                                       behalf of their faculty members. Such organizations
                                                             also are referred to as academic institutions.
                                                         *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                   submitted by the following: -Universities and Colleges
                                                        - Universities and two- and four-year colleges
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
                                                     (including community colleges) accredited in, and
                     Program
                                                   having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of
                                                     their faculty members. Such organizations also are
                                                              referred to as academic institutions.




                                                        *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                      submitted by the following: -Only colleges and
                                                   universities located and accredited in the U.S. or U.S.-
   Ethics Education in Science and Engineering     based professional associations are eligible to apply to
                                                     this program. Other types of organizations can be
                                                       included only as non-lead collaborators or sub-
                                                                          awardees.




National Science Foundation Science, Technology,
                                                                 Depends on type of award
                and Society Grants
White House Fellows Leadership & Public Service   U.S. citizens who have completed their undergraduate
                  Fellowships                       education and established their chosen profession
Deadline                     Other Details
                The objective of this funding opportunity is to provide
                youth the opportunity to connect with the natural
                world by participating in hands-on environmental
                educational experiences through outdoor programs
                and field classrooms to youth and families, working in
                conjunction with a variety of schools and other youth-
  9/12/2012     focused nonprofit organizations. These experiences
                will provide academic, experiential, and
                environmental education opportunities in order for
                youth and families to gain a better understanding and
                appreciation of natural resource management
                objectives and stewardship of the land.


                To support the formation of educational consortia of
                American and Russian institutions of higher education
                to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
 7/7 annually   educational materials, and other types of educational
                and methodological activities; and related educational
                student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                $150,000 for 12 months

                Grants for Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums
                will support planning and design activities for spaces
                that foster experimentation and creativity for middle-
                and high-school youth in library- and museum-based,
                out-of-school-time settings. The labs should be
  7/15/2012     grounded in evidence-based research on youth, and
                should be designed to support youth learning in such
                21st century skills as critical thinking, problem
                solving, communication, collaboration, and STEM
                (science, technology, engineering, and math).
            The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
            Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for the
            purpose of fostering international collaborations
            between alcohol research investigators within the
            United States and investigators located at non-United
            States laboratories and performance sites for the
            mutual advancement of our understanding of alcohol
9/7/2014    problems and of clinical and public health approaches
            to their solutions. The program is intended to provide
            funds for research activities to be undertaken jointly
            between the U.S. and non-U.S. laboratory that
            expands the research direction of both the U.S. and
            non-U.S. laboratories in a collaborative manner.


            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks proposals that promote the
            preservation and use of the nation's most valuable
            archival resources. Projects should expand our
10/4/2012   understanding of the American past by facilitating and
            enhancing access to primary source materials.




            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks projects that are exploring
            innovative methods to improve the preservation,
            public discovery, or use of historical records. Projects
10/4/2012   may also focus on techniques and tools that will
            improve the professional performance and
            effectiveness of those who work with such records,
            such as archivists, documentary editors, and records
            managers.

            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks proposals to strengthen archives
            and historical records programs in each of the states
9/6/2012
            and build a national archival network.


            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks proposals that use cost-effective
            methods to digitize nationally significant historical
            record collections and make the digital versions freely
6/7/2012    available online. Projects must make use of existing
            holdings of historical repositories and consist of entire
            collections or series.
             The Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
             (HCRR) program supports projects that provide an
             essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and
             public programming in the humanities. Thousands of
             libraries, archives, museums, and historical
             organizations across the country maintain important
             collections of books and manuscripts, photographs,
             sound recordings and moving images, archaeological
             and ethnographic artifacts, art and material culture,
             and digital objects. Funding from this program
7/19/2012    strengthens efforts to extend the life of such materials
             and make their intellectual content widely accessible,
             often through the use of digital technology. Awards
             are also made to create various reference resources
             that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works
             that provide basic information quickly to tools that
             synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-
             depth investigation.



             America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations
             grants provide support for museums, libraries, historic
             places, and other organizations that produce public
             programs in the humanities. Grants support the
             following formats:• exhibitions at museums, libraries,
8/15/2012    and other venues;• interpretations of historic places,
             sites, or regions;• book/film discussion programs;
             living history presentations; and other face-to-face
             programs at libraries, community centers, and other
             public venues; and• interpretive websites.


             America’s Media Makers (AMM) grants support the
             following formats:• interactive digital media;• film
             and television projects; and• radio projects.Interactive
             digital media may be websites, games, mobile
             applications, virtual environments, streaming video, or
8/15/2012    podcasts.Film and television projects may be single
             programs that address or a series that addresses
             significant figures, events, or developments and draw
             their content from humanities scholarship.


             These grants support ancillary public humanities
             programs to accompany NEH on the Road traveling
             exhibitions. Typical formats involve lectures, reading
             and discussion programs, film discussion programs,
12/27/2012
             Chautauqua presentations by scholars, family
             programs, exhibition tours, or other appropriate
             formats for reaching the general public.
             The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
             Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
             encourages Research Conference Grant (R13)
             applications to conduct health disparities-related
             meetings, workshops, and symposia. The purpose of
             the Academic-Community Partnership Conference
             Series is to bring together academic
             institutions/organizations and community
             organizations to identify opportunities for addressing
             health disparities through the use of Community-
             Based Participatory Research (CBPR). The objectives
             of meetings conducted as part of this award will be to:
10/17/2013   (1) establish and/or enhance academic-community
             partnerships; (2) identify community-driven research
             priorities, and (3) develop long-term collaborative
             CBPR research agendas. Thus, it is expected these
             partnerships will lead to grant applications for the
             support of CBPR projects designed to meet identified
             community needs. The areas of focus for these
             partnerships may include one or more of the following
             community-health issues: infant mortality; Sudden
             Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); fibroid tumors;
             childhood, adolescent, and/or adult obesity; health
             literacy; techniques for outreach and information
             dissemination; pediatric and maternal HIV/AIDS
             All current NIH Requests for Applications are
             included in the RFP Tracker. RFAs have single
             receipt dates and specified funds with a targeted
             number of awards. In addition, there are hundreds of
             additional NIH funding opportunities listed under
             Parent Announcements and Program Announcements.
             They are not included individually in the Tracker, but
             they can be reviewed at the Web site included in this
 Ongoing     entry. Parent and Program Announcements have
             standard receipt dates throughout the year and are
             usually open for three years. Parent Announcements
             are for non-specific, investigator-initiated topics.
             Program Announcement topics are often broadly
             defined or a reminder of a scientific need. They are
             also investigator-initiated.


             The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed
             to supporting research that will increase scientific
             understanding of the health status of various
             population groups and improve the effectiveness of
             health interventions and services for individuals
             within those groups. High priority is placed on
             research on populations that appear to have distinctive
             health risk profiles but have received insufficient
             attention from investigators.
                    The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
                    National Institutes of Health invites Research
                    Education (R25) applications to promote diversity in
                    undergraduate and health professional participant
                    populations by providing short-term research
                    education support to stimulate career development in
                    cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, and sleep
                    disorders research. The overall goal of the program is
                    to provide research opportunities for individuals from
                    backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science,
                    including individuals from disadvantaged
   2/7/2014         backgrounds, individuals from underrepresented racial
                    and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities
                    that will significantly contribute to a diverse research
                    workforce in the future. The research opportunities
                    should be of sufficient depth to enable the
                    participants, upon completion of the program, to have
                    a thorough exposure to the principles underlying the
                    conduct of research, and help prepare participants
                    interested in research to pursue competitive
                    fellowships, or other research training or career
                    development awards.

                    Supports scientific research directed at advancing
                    understanding of innovation and organizational
                    phenomena. Levels of analysis may include, but are
                    not limited to, individuals, groups and/or institutional
                    arrangements. Disciplinary perspectives may include,
                    but are not limited to, organizational theory,
                    organizational behavior, organizational sociology,
                    social and industrial psychology, public
                    administration, computer and information sciences,
2/2; 9/3 annually   complexity sciences, decision and management
                    sciences. Research methods may span a broad variety
                    of qualitative and quantitative methods including, but
                    not limited to, archival analyses, surveys, simulation
                    studies, experiments, comparative case studies, and
                    network analyses. Research may involve industrial,
                    educational, service, government, not-for-profits,
                    voluntary organizations or interorganizational
                    arrangements


                    Program encompasses a collection of Social,
                    Behavioral, Economics and Foundation-wide
                    activities that provide support for human resource
                    development and infrastructure improvement in the
    Ongoing         SBE sciences. For special studies, analyses, and
                    workshops on topics affecting, social, behavioral, and
                    economic sciences, particularly issues that span
                    divisional boundaries
                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the algorithmic
                             foundations program, 2) the communications and
8/30 for medium projects;    information foundations program, and 3) the software
 11/28 for large projects;   and hardware foundations program. Small projects up
 12/17 for small projects    to $500,000 total budget with duration up to 3 years;
         annually            medium projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget
                             with duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years


                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the human-
                             centered computing program, 2) the information
8/30 for medium projects;    integration and informatics program, and 3) the robust
 11/28 for large projects;   intelligence program. Small projects up to $500,000
 12/17 for small projects    total budget with duration up to 3 years; medium
         annually            projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget with
                             duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years

                             Supports research designed to advance the scientific
                             basis of science and innovation policy. Research
                             funded by the program develops, improves and
                             expands models, analytical tools, data and metrics that
                             can be applied in the science policy decision making
                             process. Proposals may also develop methodologies to
                             analyze science and technology data, and to convey
       9/9 annually          the information to a variety of audiences. Researchers
                             are also encouraged to create or improve science and
                             engineering data, metrics and indicators reflecting
                             current discovery, particularly proposals that
                             demonstrate the viability of collecting and analyzing
                             data on knowledge generation and innovation in
                             organizations


                             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
      7/15 annually          the objective of leading to better educated children
                             and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                             as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                             proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                             total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                             workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                             budget of approximately $15,000)
                                Basic scientific research about the causes,
                                consequences, and complexities of human social and
                                cultural variability. Research may target any
                                appropriate scale or scales from local to regional to
      1/15, 8/15 annually
                                global. Encourage innovative research that contributes
                                to building spatially and temporally specific theory
                                that extends understanding beyond individual case
                                studies
                                To improve the quality of dissertation research.
  1/15 annually for poli sci, Aallow doctoral students to undertake significant data-
linguistics, cult anthro, law & gathering projects and to conduct field research in
  social science, research on settings away from their campus, among other things
science & technology surveys that would not otherwise be possible through the
             & stats;           student’s university

                               Supports social scientific studies of law and law-like
                               systems of rules, institutions, processes, and
                               behaviors. The primary consideration is that the
                               research shows promise of advancing a scientific
                               understanding of law and legal processes; within this
                               framework, the Program has an “open window” for
                               diverse theoretical perspectives, methods and contexts
                               for study. Proposals are welcome that advance
     1/15, 8/15 annually       fundamental knowledge about legal interactions,
                               processes, relations, and diffusions that extend beyond
                               any single nation as well as about how local and
                               national legal institutions, systems, and cultures affect
                               or are affected by transnational or international
                               phenomenon. In addition to standard proposals,
                               planning grant and travel support requests to lay the
                               foundation for research are welcome
                               Supports scientific research of all types that focuses
                               on human language as an object of investigation. The
                               program supports research on the syntactic, semantic,
                               phonetic, and phonological properties of individual
                               languages and of language in general; the
                               psychological processes involved in the use of
     1/15, 7/15 annually       language; the development of linguistic capacities in
                               children; social and cultural factors in language use,
                               variation, and change; the acoustics of speech and the
                               physiological and psychological processes involved in
                               the production and perception of speech; and the
                               biological bases of language in the brain
             The National Science Foundation encourages the
             submission of industry-defined fundamental research
             proposals from NSF Industry/University Cooperative
             Research Centers (I/UCRC) in areas of shared value
             to both centers and their members. Industry-defined
             fundamental research broadens the scientific and
 2/6/2013    engineering understanding beyond the more specific
             applied research interests of the industries
             traditionally served by the I/UCRC. Industry
             participation extends the scope and horizon of center
             research projects so as to drive innovation with
             industrially relevant fundamental research projects.


             The National Science Foundation's Division of
             Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of
             Social and Economic Sciences (SES), National Center
             for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), and
10/15/2012
             the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA)
             award grants to doctoral students to improve the
             quality of dissertation research.

             The Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI)
             serves to increase access to shared scientific and
             engineering instruments for research and research
             training in our Nation's institutions of higher
             education, museums, science centers, and not-for-
             profit organizations.




1/24/2013
                          Promotes university-industry partnerships by making
                          project funds or fellowships/traineeships available to
                          support an eclectic mix of industry-university
                          linkages. Special interest is focused on affording the
                          opportunity for: 1) faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and
                          students to conduct research and gain experience in an
       Ongoing            industrial setting, 2) industrial scientists and engineers
                          to bring industry’s perspective and integrative skills to
                          academe, and 3) interdisciplinary university-industry
                          teams to conduct research projects. Seeks to fund
                          transformative research that lies beyond that which
                          industry would normally fund


                          The goal of the National Robotics Initiative is to
                          accelerate the development and use of robots in the
11/3 and 12/15 Annually
                          United States that work beside, or cooperatively with,
                          people.
                          Supports research on perception, action and cognition
                          including the development of these capacities.
                          Emphasis is on research strongly grounded in theory.
                          Research topics include vision, audition, haptics,
                          attention, memory, reasoning, written and spoken
                          discourse, motor control, and developmental issues in
                          all topic areas. The program encompasses a wide
   2/1, 8/1 annually      range of theoretical perspectives, such as symbolic
                          computation, connectionism, ecological, nonlinear
                          dynamics, and complex systems, and a variety of
                          methodologies including both experimental studies
                          and modeling. Research involving acquired or
                          developmental deficits is appropriate if the results
                          speak to basic issues of perception, action, and
                          cognition

                          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
  1/15, 7/15 annually     the objective of leading to better educated children
                          and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                          as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                          proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                          total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                          workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                          budget of approximately $15,000)
                      Research on the geographic distributions and
                      interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on
                      the Earth’s surface. investigations are encouraged into
                      the nature, causes, and consequences of human
                      activity and natural environmental processes across a
                      range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both
                      domestic and international) qualify for support if they
1/15, 8/15 annually   offer promise of contributing to scholarship by
                      enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts,
                      theories, methods, and their application to societal
                      problems and concerns. Support is also provided for
                      projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and
                      graduate education into the overall research agenda


                      Supports scientific research that advances knowledge
                      and understanding of citizenship, government, and
                      politics. Substantive areas include, but are not limited
                      to, American government and politics, comparative
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      government and politics, international relations,
                      political behavior, political economy, and political
                      institutions

                      Supports basic research on human and social
                      behavior, including cultural differences and
                      development over the life span. Among the many
                      research topics supported are: attitude formation and
1/15, 7/15 annually   change, social cognition, personality processes,
                      interpersonal relations and group processes, the self,
                      emotion, social comparison and social influence, and
                      the psychophysiological and neurophysiological bases
                      of social behavior

                      Supports basic research on all forms of human social
                      organization—societies, institutions, groups and
                      demography—and processes of individual and
1/15, 8/15 annually   institutional change the Program encourages
                      theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at
                      improving the explanation of fundamental social
                      processes
                      Supports scientific research directed at increasing the
                      understanding and effectiveness of decision making
                      by individuals, groups, organizations, and society
                      disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and
                      workshops are funded in the areas of judgment and
                      decision making; decision analysis and decision aids;
1/18; 8/18 annually   risk analysis, perception, and communication; societal
                      and public policy decision making; management
                      science and organizational design the program also
                      supports small grants for exploratory research of a
                      time-critical or high-risk, potentially transformative
                      nature
                             Seeks to facilitate analytical reasoning through the use
                             of interactive visual interfaces. Proposals should focus
                             on creating fundamental research advances that will
                             be widely applicable across scientific, engineering,
third Wednesday in January   commercial, and government domains that utilize
         annually            visualization and analytics to gain insight and derive
                             knowledge from massive, often streaming, dynamic,
                             ambiguous and possibly conflicting, data sets


                             -an interdisciplinary program in the Social,
                             Behavioral, and Economic Sciences that supports the
    1/16; 8/16 annually      development of innovative analytical and statistical
                             methods and models for those sciences

                             Supports research designed to improve the
                             understanding of the processes and the institutions of
                             the U.S. economy and of the world system of which it
                             is a part this program also strengthens both empirical
                             and theoretical economic analysis as well as the
                             methods for rigorous research on economic behavior.
                             Welcome proposals for individual or multi-
    1/18; 8/18 annually      investigator research projects, conferences,
                             workshops, symposia, experimental research, data
                             collection and dissemination, and computer equipment
                             and other instrumentation. Also funds conferences and
                             interdisciplinary research that strengthens links among
                             economics and the other social and behavioral sciences


                             -to advance a rigorous understanding of how the
                             human brain supports thought, perception, affect,
                             action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition
    1/24; 8/27 annually
                             and behavior, including how such processes develop
                             and change in the brain and through time


                                The International Research Experiences for
                             Students (IRES) program supports development of
                             globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering
                             students capable of performing in an international
                             research environment at the forefront of science and
                             engineering. The IRES program supports active
        8/21/2012            research participation by students enrolled as
                             undergraduates or graduate students in any of the
                             areas of research funded by the National Science
                             Foundation. IRES projects involve students in
                             meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in
                             research projects specifically designed for the IRES
                             program.
                    The Industry/University Cooperative Research
                    Centers (I/UCRC) program develops long-term
                    partnerships among industry, academe, and
                    government. The centers are catalyzed by a small
                    investment from the National Science Foundation
                    (NSF) and are primarily supported by industry center
                    members, with NSF taking a supporting role in the
                    development and evolution of the center. Each center
                    is established to conduct research that is of interest to
   9/28/2012        both the industry members and the center faculty. An
                    I/UCRC contributes to the Nation's research
                    infrastructure base and enhances the intellectual
                    capacity of the engineering and science workforce
                    through the integration of research and education. As
                    appropriate, an I/UCRC uses international
                    collaborations to advance these goals within the
                    global context.


                    The Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
                    (EESE) program funds research and educational
                    projects that improve ethics education in all fields of
                    science and engineering that NSF supports, with
                    priority consideration given to interdisciplinary, inter-
   3/1/2013         institutional, and international contexts. Although the
                    primary focus is on improving ethics education for
                    graduate students in NSF-funded fields, the proposed
                    programs may benefit advanced undergraduates as
                    well.

                    To examine historical, philosophical, and sociological
                    questions that arise in connection with science,
                    engineering, and technology, and their respective
                    interactions with society. 4 components: 1) ethics and
                    values in science, engineering, and technology; 2)
                    history and philosophy of science, engineering, and
                    technology; 3) social studies of science, engineering,
                    and technology; 4) studies of policy, science,
2/1; 8/1 annually   engineering, and technology. Encourage submissions
                    of hybrid proposals that strive to integrate research
                    involving 2 or more of these core areas. Multiple
                    modes of support: scholar awards, standard research
                    grants and grants for collaborative research,
                    postdoctoral fellowships, professional development
                    fellowships, conference and workshop awards
               Fellows spend a year working as assistants to senior
               White House staff, the Vice President, Cabinet
               Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials
               responsibilities range from chairing interagency
               meetings and designing and implementing Federal
2/1 annually   policies to drafting speeches for cabinet secretaries to
               representing their agencies on Capitol Hill and in
               international treaty negotiations Fellows receive a
               salary and benefits with salary paid at the Federal pay
               grade GS-14 step 3
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                     Tag                              Organization




                Faculty, Teaching                    Milken Family Foundation




        Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding     National Education Association Foundation




        Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding     National Education Association Foundation




       Foundation, Faculty, Teaching, Award   U.S. Professor of the Year Awards Program
         Teaching Opportunity


                   Award                                       Eligible Population



  The purpose of the Milken Family Foundation is to
 discover and advance inventive and effective ways of
helping people help themselves and those around them
                                                                              Not Specified
 lead productive and satisfying lives. The Foundation
  advances this mission primarily through its work in
            education and medical research.




National Education Association Foundation Learning      Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
              and Leadership Grants                                  education faculty and staff




 National Education Association Foundation Student      Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
                Achievement Grants                                   education faculty and staff




                                                           Nominees must have taught at the undergraduate
                                                        level, part- or full-time, for at least one semester in the
     U.S. Professor of the Year Awards Program
                                                          2009-10 academic year; materials primarily should
                                                                reflect work with undergraduate students.
  Deadline                              Other Details
                           In education the foundation is committed to:
                           Strengthening the profession by recognizing and
                           rewarding outstanding educators, and by expanding
                           their professional leadership and policy influence.
                           Attracting, developing, motivating and retaining the
                           best talent to the teaching profession by means of
       Ongoing             comprehensive, whole school reform. Stimulating
                           creativity and productivity among young people and
                           adults through programs that encourage learning as a
                           lifelong process. Building vibrant communities by
                           involving people of all ages in programs that
                           contribute to the revitalization of their community and
                           to the well-being of its residents.

                           To engage in high-quality professional development
                           and lead colleagues in professional growth. The grant
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for
                           groups engaged in collegial study

                           Grants of $5,000 to improve the academic
                           achievement of students by engaging in critical
                           thinking and problem solving that deepen knowledge
2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually   of standards-based subject matter. The work should
                           also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed
                           learning, and critical reflection

                           The U.S. Professors of the Year program salutes the
                           most outstanding undergraduate instructors in the
                           country-those who excel in teaching and positively
                           influence the lives and careers of students. Sponsored
      4/16/2012            by CASE and The Carnegie Foundation for the
                           Advancement of Teaching, it is the only national
                           program to recognize excellence in undergraduate
                           teaching and mentoring.
 Website w/ Application
   Details & Other                             Posted
     Information



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                     Tag                     Organization


               Fellowship, Health             Academy Health Policy




                    Fellowship               Alexander von Humboldt




                    Fellowship               Alexander von Humboldt




                    Fellowship        American Academy of Arts and Sciences




                                    American Association for the Advancement of
                    Fellowship
                                                      Science
Fellowship              American Cancer Society




Fellowship        American Council of Learned Societies




Fellowship   American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)




Fellowship         American Institute of Indian Studies



Fellowship         American Institute of Indian Studies



Fellowship         American Institute of Indian Studies




Fellowship           American Philosophical Society




Fellowship        American Political Science Association
                                      Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst
          Fellowship
                                                 Endowed Fellowship




          Fellowship                                   AT&T




Grant, Fellowship, International                Blakemore Foundation




          Fellowship                            Brookdale Foundation




          Fellowship               Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences




                                   Community Forestry and Environmental Research
          Fellowship
                                                   Partnerships
       Fellowship                        Compton Foundation




       Fellowship           Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts




       Fellowship           Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts




       Fellowship            Cornell University Society for the Humanities




International, Fellowship            Council on Foreign Relations




Fellowship, International            Council on Foreign Relations
        Fellowship               Dart Center for Journalistm & Trauma




                             Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities,
        Fellowship
                                            U.C. Berkeley




        Fellowship                    Folger Shakespeare Library




        Fellowship                 Foundation for Child Development




Grant, Funding, Fellowship   George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation




 International, Fellowship              German Marshall Fund




        Fellowship                Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
International, Fellowship     Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program




       Fellowship                        ICWA Fellowships




Fellowship, International        Institute of International Education




       Fellowship             Japan Society for the Promotion of Science




       Fellowship           John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation




       Fellowship                       Kettering Foundation
Fellowship        Knight International fellows




Fellowship   Knight-Wallace University of Michigan




Fellowship            Louisville Institute




Fellowship   Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
                       Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender
Fellowship, Research
                            Research Stanford University




    Fellowship               National Humanities Center




    Fellowship               National Science Foundation




    Fellowship                   Nieman Foundation




    Fellowship                   Nieman Foundation
Fellowship                  Open Society




Fellowship              Paul and Daisy Soros




Fellowship   Penn State University Institute for the Arts




Fellowship           Robert Bosch Foundation
 Fellowship, Research       School for Advanced Research




      Fellowship            School for Advanced Research




Fellowship, International   Smith Richardson Foundation




      Fellowship            Smith Richardson Foundation
     Fellowship                Smithsonian Institution




     Fellowship                Smithsonian Institution




     Fellowship                Smithsonian Institution




     Fellowship                Smithsonian Institution




     Fellowship              Stanford Humanities Center




 Fellowship, Digital         Stanford Humanities Center




                       The Science of Networks in Communities
Fellowship, Research
                        Laboratory at Northwestern University
Fellowship                   TIAA-CREF




Fellowship               U.S. Institute of Peace




Fellowship               U.S. Institute of Peace




Fellowship                University at Albany




             University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
Fellowship
                          International Studies
    Fellowship               Urban Institute




Federal, Fellowship           White House




    Fellowship         William T. Grant Foundation




Research, Fellowship   William T. Grant Foundation
Fellowship   Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
       Fellowship Opportunity


                   Award                                     Eligible Population


National Center for Health Statistics/ AcademyHealth
                                                                              Scholars
                  Policy Fellowship




  Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research
                                                       Scholars who have completed Ph.D. in the last 4 years
                  Fellowship



 Alexander von Humboldt Experienced Researcher         Scholars who have completed Ph.D. less than 12 years
               Research Fellowship                                            ago



                                                    Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an area of science or
                                                          engineering and have some experience or a
                                                    demonstrated interest in an area related to science and
                                                         technology policy. Master’s degrees may be
                                                     considered in the fields of engineering and computer
Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy
                                                        science. The Ph.D. or Master’s degree must be
                                                      conferred prior to September, 2012. Strong writing
                                                    and organizational skills are desired. Candidates must
                                                        be eligible to work in the United States without
                                                                      Academy sponsorship.


                                                       Hold a doctoral level degree (PhD, ScD, MD, DVM,
                                                                  etc.), in any of the following:

                                                                    Social and Behavioral sciences
                                                                     Medical and Health sciences
                                                                 Biological, Physical or Earth sciences
  AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
                                                              Computational sciences and Mathematics
                                                           Engineering disciplines (applicants with a MS in
                                                       engineering and three years of professional experience
                                                                            also qualify).
                                                            Note: All requirements for the degree must be
                                                               completed by the application deadline
                                                           U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent
 American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowships
                                                                residents of the U.S. who have a Ph.D.




                                                         U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status as of the
                                                                        application deadline date.
                                                         a Ph.D. degree conferred at least two years before the
                 ACLS Fellowships                        application deadline. (An established scholar who can
                                                               demonstrate the equivalent of the Ph.D. in
                                                           publications and professional experience may also
                                                                                 qualify.)




  American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)                                 Open




American Institute of Indian Studies Junior Research
                                                                Doctoral candidates at U.S. universities
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Research
                                                               Scholars who hold the Ph.D. or equivalent
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Scholarly/
                                                                                Scholars
       Professional Development Fellowship

                                                          Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                           abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
     American Philosophical Society Sabbatical
                                                           projects to be carried out in the U.S. who are mid-
                   Fellowships
                                                          career faculty of universities and 4- year colleges in
                                                               the U.S. with Ph.D. conferred 1988-2001



                                                         Scholars who have a Ph.D. completed within the last
American Political Science Association Congressional      15 years; print & broadcast journalists who have a
                     Fellowships                            bachelor’s degree and 2-10 years of full time
                                                                        professional experience
 Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program of the
Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst Endowed         Undergraduate and graduate students of color
                     Fellowship




                                                      Underrepresented minority and women students who
                                                      are U.S citizens or permanent residents and who are
              AT&T Labs Fellowships
                                                             pursuing Ph.D. studies in computer &
                                                                  communications-related fields




                                                      American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S.
      Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
                                                                    who have a college degree




                                                         All professionals in the field of aging who are
Brookdale Foundation Leadership in Aging Fellowship
                                                       between the first and tenth years of graduate degree




                CASBS Fellowships




  Community Forestry and Environmental Research       Graduate students at the masters, pre-dissertation, or
       Partnerships Graduate Fellowships                               dissertation levels
    Compton Foundation Mentor Fellowships                              Graduating seniors




                                                     Scholars who have completed all requirements for the
Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts       Ph.D. except the dissertation with no more than 5
           Dissertation Fellowship                   years of teaching or relevant experience who are U.S.
                                                                 citizens or permanent residents




                                                       Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. no later
                                                         than the beginning of the fellowship year and no
Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts
                                                      earlier than 5 years before the year who have no more
           Postdoctoral Fellowship
                                                     than 5 years of teaching or relevant experience and are
                                                                U.S. citizens or permanent residents




  Cornell University Society for the Humanities         Applicants must have received the Ph.D. degree
                   Fellowships                                           before 1/1/09


                                                          People aged 27-45 in academia, government
Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                       institutions, the business community, the media, or
               Fellowship in India
                                                                       religious communities




Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                                       Young Americans
              Fellowship in Japan
                                                       Fellowships are open to print, broadcast and online
                                                      reporters, photographers, editors and producers with
                                                          no fewer than five years’ full-time journalism
                                                        experience. Approximately half of the Fellowship
       Fellowship on Women & Public Policy
                                                        participants are based in North America, with the
                                                         balance drawn from Central and South America,
                                                          Europe, the Asia Pacific region, Africa and the
                                                                             Mideast.




                                                     Distinguished scholars from other institutions, writers,
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, U.C.
                                                         journalists, or others who can enrich academic
  Berkeley Departmental Residential Fellowships
                                                        programs but may not necessarily be academics




  Folger Shakespeare Library Research Fellowships                           Scholars




                                                        Doctoral scholars who have earned their degrees
                                                     within the last 15 years and are full-time untenured but
 Foundation for Child Development Young Scholars
                                                      in a tenure-track position or have received tenure in
                      Program
                                                      the last four years from a college or university in the
                                                                                US



                                                     Mid-career scholars (finished studies last 5-15 years
The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
                                                      and tenure or comparable recognition, but not full
                      Grants
                                                     professor or comparable) living or working in the US




  German Marshall Fund of the U.S. Transatlantic     Senior policy-practitioners, journalist, businesspeople,
                   Fellowship                                             and academics




 Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Dissertation      Doctoral candidates who will complete the writing of
                  Fellowships                               the dissertation within the award year
                                                         American citizens who have received at least a
    Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program            bachelors degree and are no more than 29 years old on
                                                              9/1 of the year they enter the program




                ICWA Fellowships                                               N/A




Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue       Established scholars whose lives and work are
                   Fund Fellowships                             threatened in their home countries




                                                        Citizen of a country with diplomatic relations with
   Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
                                                         Japan who holds a doctorate received on or after
           Postdoctoral Fellowships
                                                                              4/2/04




                                                       People who have already demonstrated exceptional
 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
                                                       capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional
                Fellowships
                                                                    creative ability in the arts




                                                      Doctoral candidates who have completed course work
         Kettering Foundation Fellowship
                                                           and have an accepted dissertation proposal
                                                           Strong leadership qualities. Fluency in the local
    Knight International fellows work with partner
                                                        language of the country. Demonstrated knowledge of
  organizations to make lasting, visible changes that
                                                            fellowship focus and experience in fellowship
   improve the quality and free flow of news in the
                                                         medium/media. Minimum of 10 years of journalism
 public interest around the world. Fellows build skills
                                                           experience or related fields such as multimedia
  and enhance the standards of independent media in
                                                        technology or media-business management. Training
these key regions: Asia/Pacific, Eurasia/Former Soviet
                                                            experience is a plus. Fellowship is open to any
 Union, Latin America, Middle East/North Africa and
                                                          nationality. Fellowship duration is a minimum of a
                   Sub-Saharan Africa.
                                                                                  year




                                                           Full-time journalists with a minimum 5 years
 Knight-Wallace University of Michigan Fellowships     professional experience whose work appears regularly
                                                                    as an employee or freelancer




                                                            Ph.D. candidates who have fulfilled all pre-
     Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship
                                                                     dissertation requirements




                                                         Institutions of higher education that have graduate
  Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Fellowships
                                                                                students
 Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research    Tenured and tenure-track faculty and post-doctoral
 Stanford University Faculty Research Fellowships                          scholars




      National Humanities Center Fellowships          People with a doctorate and a record of publication




    NSF Science, Engineering and Education for
              Sustainability Fellows




Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard Global   Journalists with at least 5 years of professional news-
          Health Reporting Fellowships                                  media experience




 Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard U.S.
                                                     Full-time journalists with at least 5 years of experience
                  Fellowships
                                                      Innovative professionals including journalists,
          Open Society Fellowships
                                                          activists, academics, and practitioners




                                                     “New Americans” (individuals who are 1. resident
                                                   aliens, or 2. have been naturalized as U.S. citizens, or
                                                        3. are the child of two parents who are both
      Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships
                                                    naturalized citizens) who are not older than 30 and
                                                     have a bachelor’s degree or are in the final year of
                                                                     undergraduate study




Penn State University Institute for the Arts and
Humanities Short-Term Distinguished Visiting                              Scholars
               Professorships




                                                        U.S. citizens aged 23-34 with 2+ years work
                                                         experience in business administration, law,
    Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowships
                                                       journalism, political science, or public policy;
                                                               graduate degree recommended
                                                        Weatherhead: Ph.D. candidates or scholars with
                                                        doctorates; Katrin H. Lamon: Native American
 School for Advanced Research Resident Scholars
                                                     scholar who is either pre- or post-doctoral; Anne Ray:
Awards—Weatherhead, Katrin H. Lamon, and Anne
                                                       An established Native American scholar who has a
                Ray Fellowships
                                                     commitment to providing mentorship to recent Native
                                                                 graduates or graduate students




School for Advanced Research Resident Fellowships         Ph.D. candidates or scholars with doctorates




  Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and
                                                                        Ph.D. candidates
               Statecraft Fellowship




                                                     Full-time faculty at a college or university or fellow at
Smith Richardson Foundation Domestic Public Policy
                                                     a public policy think tank or research organization in
               Research Fellowships
                                                            the U.S. who received Ph.D. after 1/1/02
                                                       US Latino/a pre-doctoral students and postdoctoral
 Smithsonian Institution Latino Studies Fellowships
                                                                      and senior scholars




                                                        Must have completed coursework and preliminary
  Smithsonian Institution Pre-doctoral Fellowships    exams for the doctoral degree and must be engaged in
                                                                      dissertation research
                                                       Postdocs are for those who have held the doctoral
                                                       degree or equivalent for fewer than 7 years; Senior
  Smithsonian Postdoctoral and Senior Fellowships
                                                         Fellowships are for scholars who have held the
                                                       doctoral degree or equivalent for more than 7 years
                                                      Must be formally enrolled in a graduate program of
                                                     study, must have completed at least one semester, and
Smithsonian Institution Graduate Student Fellowships
                                                       must not yet have been advanced to candidacy in a
                                                                       doctoral program
                                                           Junior and senior scholars from humanities
   Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty
                                                      departments as traditionally defined and other scholars
                  Fellowships
                                                            seriously interested in humanistic studies


  Stanford Humanities Center Digital Humanities       Scholars whose research projects are critically shaped
                  Fellowships                                      by information technology




The Science of Networks in Communities Laboratory
                                                                   Scholars who hold the Ph.D.
             at Northwestern University
   TIAA-CREF Ruth Simms Hamilton Research
                                                           Graduate students at a U.S. college or university
                Fellowship




                                                          Students enrolled in U.S. universities who have
U.S. Institute of Peace JR Peace Scholar Dissertation
                                                         completed all course work and exams toward their
                      Fellowship
                                                                          doctoral degrees




                                                        Scholars, practitioners, policymakers, journalists, and
U.S. Institute of Peace JR Senior Fellowship Program
                                                                           other professionals




                                                        The Fellowship program, which begins in January and
                                                           ends June 30, is open to graduate students and
       Fellowship on Women & Public Policy                  working professionals who have successfully
                                                           completed 12 graduate credits in any academic
                                                                             discipline.




                                                         Both senior and junior scholars from the U.S. and
                                                        abroad who hold Ph.D.s or equivalent; distinguished
   University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
                                                           senior candidates who do not hold Ph.D.s; and
     International Studies Visiting Fellowships
                                                        advanced graduate students who will complete their
                                                                 Ph.D.s before the fellowship begins
                                                  Distinguished scholars, journalists, and senior policy
       Urban Institute Visiting Fellowships
                                                                      practitioners




White House Fellows Leadership & Public Service   U.S. citizens who have completed their undergraduate
                  Fellowships                       education and established their chosen profession




                                                  Mid-career (8-20 years of experience) policymakers,
                                                   practitioners, and researchers who are influential
   William T. Grant Foundation Distinguished
                                                   within their roles; researchers seeking to work in
                  Fellowships
                                                    policy or practice settings or policymakers and
                                                   practitioners seeking to work in research settings




                                                  Early-career researchers who have received doctorates
 William T. Grant Foundation Scholars Program
                                                                   within the last 7 years
                                                    People holding a Ph.D. in academia or practitioners
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                   and policymakers with equivalent level of professional
                 Fellowship
                                                                       achievement
     Deadline                              Other Details
                               brings visiting scholars to the National Center for
                               Health Statistics in Maryland for a period of 13
                               months. To conduct studies of interest to
First week in January annually policymakers and the health services research
                               community. Have access to NCHS data resources and
                               also work on collaborative projects with NCHS staff

                              -to carry out a long-term research project (6-24
                              months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing
                              academic host you have selected at a research
                              institution in Germany
                              To carry out a long-term research project (6-18
                              months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing             academic host you have selected at a research
                              institution in Germany. an be divided up into as many
                              as 3 stays within 3 years
                              As part of the Initiative for Science, Engineering, and
                              Technology, the American Academy of Arts and
                              Sciences has established the Hellman Fellowship in
                              Science and Technology Policy for an early-career
                              professional with training in science or engineering
         1/11/2013            who is interested in transitioning to a career in public
                              policy and administration. While in residence, the
                              Hellman Fellow will work with senior scientists and
                              policy experts on critical national and international
                              policy issues related to science, engineering, and
                              technology.

                              To address these challenges, The American
                              Association for the Advancement of Science manages
                              and administers Science & Technology Policy
                              Fellowships in five program areas to provide the
                              opportunity for accomplished scientists and engineers
                              to participate in and contribute to the federal
      Opens 9/1/2012          policymaking process while learning firsthand about
                              the intersection of science and policy. The fellowships
                              in congressional offices are funded by approximately
                              30 partner scientific and engineering societies. The
                              fellowships in executive branch agencies are funded
                              by the hosting offices.
                      Support for the training of researchers to provide
                      initial funding leading to an independent career in
                      cancer research (including basic, preclinical, clinical,
                      cancer control, psychosocial, behavioral,
4/1, 10/15 annually   epidemiology, health services, and health policy
                      research). Awards may be for three years with
                      progressive stipends of $44,000, $46,000, and
                      $48,000 per year plus a $4,000 per year fellowship
                      allowance
                      The ACLS Fellowship program invites research
                      applications in all disciplines of the humanities and
                      related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the
                      project should be a major piece of scholarly work by
    10/2/2012
                      the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g.,
                      novels or films), textbooks, straightforward
                      translation, or pedagogical projects.

                      We invite professors and other qualified individuals to
                      submit applications to spend all or part of the summer
                      as visiting research fellows at the American Institute
                      for Economic Research in the scenic Berkshire Hills
     Ongoing
                      of western Massachusetts. Applications are welcomed
                      from professionals in the economics field or in related
                      disciplines.

                      To enable doctoral candidates to pursue their
   7/1 annually       dissertation research in India. Awards are available for
                      up to 11 months
                      For people who specialize in South Asia to pursue
                      research in India. Short-term awards are available for
   7/1 annually
                      up to 4 months. Long-term awards are available for 6-
                      9 months
                      For people who have not previously specialized in
   7/1 annually       Indian studies to pursue research in India. Awards
                      may be granted for periods of 6-9 months
                      For people who have been granted a sabbatical for
                      work in the humanities and social sciences but for
                      whom financial support from the home institution is
  10/15 annually
                      available for only part of the year. $30,000-$40,000
                      for the second half of an awarded sabbatical year

                      To give early to mid-career communication scholars
                      and journalists an opportunity to learn more about
                      Congress and the legislative process through direct
                      participation. Orientation in November and office
  12/1 annually
                      assignments as full-time legislative aides in the House
                      and/or Senate run from December to August. Stipend
                      of $38,000 plus a small travel allowance
                          Serve as an intern with NSPP. NSPP seeks to
                          introduce a diverse group of students to issues relating
                          to philanthropy, volunteerism, and nonprofit
                          organizations. The Fellow undertakes general research
                          and program support for the Fund’s grant making and
 7/15/11 for fall 2011    outreach efforts. Must be able to intern for 12-15
                          weeks at the Washington D.C. office of the Aspen
                          Institute; expect that fall and spring internships will be
                          part-time (15-20 hours/week) and summer internships
                          will be full time. Agrant of $2,000-$4,000 will be
                          awarded

                          A 3 year fellowship provides all educational expenses
                          during the school year including tuition, books, fees,
                          and approved travel expenses; education expenses for
                          summer study or university research; a stipend for
                          living expenses; support for attending approved
    1/31 annually         scientific conferences; a mentor who is a staff member
                          at AT&T Labs. Each recipient of a fellowship is
                          placed in a summer internship in the first summer to
                          work as a part of research teams on various ongoing
                          projects within AT&T Labs

                          Fellowships fund a year of advanced study in an Asian
                          language in Asia for people who plan to use an Asian
    12/30 annually
                          language in their careers. Study must start between
                          June 2009 and May 2010
                          Created to encourage emerging leaders in the field of
                          aging. A two-year grant award of up to $125,000 each
                          year to cover 75% of the fellow’s time, base salary,
                          and fringe benefits. must agree to commit at least 75%
    11/5 annually         of time for career development during each of the two
                          years of the fellowship and propose a project related
                          to the field of aging that will contribute to the
                          candidate’s career development and also serve to
                          enhance his/her leadership skills

      10/1/2012
                          For participatory research with communities in
                          sustainable natural resource management,
                          environmental social and economic justice, the
                          maintenance of traditional lifeways, land use issues,
                          and other natural resource topics in urban and rural
early February annually   communities. Community members are full partners
                          who actively participate in designing and conducting
                          the research. Focus in the southwest. Up to $7,000 for
                          masters research, up to $2,000 for pre-dissertation
                          research, up to $15,000 for dissertation research
                    To promote the creativity, commitment, and service of
                    ten students who are nominated by 10 selected
                    colleges and universities in the U.S. Each Mentor
3/7, 9/7 annually   Fellow designs a project of social merit that focuses
                    on the environment, peace and conflict resolution,
                    reproductive health, and/or equal opportunity

                    Residential program for scholars committed to and
                    willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                    colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                    receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                    of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
 11/1 annually      Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                    research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                    will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                    one semester-long course during the year, to
                    participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                    and to interact regularly with students

                    Residential program for scholars committed to and
                    willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                    colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                    receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                    of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
 11/1 annually      Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                    research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                    will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                    one semester-long course during the year, to
                    participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                    and to interact regularly with students

                    Six to eight fellowships of $45,000 for scholars
 10/1 annually      working on topics related to the theme (changes
                    annually)
                    To expand professional horizons and enhance
                    understanding of India by spending up to a year on
                    policy oriented research or a related professional
Contact funder
                    activity in India. Fellowship covers living expenses
                    plus international travel and necessary research
                    expenses
                    To expand intellectual and professional horizons
                    through a period of research or related professional
                    activity in Japan. Basic term of the fellowship is one
Contact funder      year. Fellowship covers living expenses plus
                    international travel, health and travel insurance, and
                    necessary research expenses
                          Fellows attend an intensive weeklong program of
                          seminars and discussions held at Columbia University
                          in New York City. Program activities include
                          background briefings by prominent interdisciplinary
      7/20/2012           experts in the trauma and mental health fields;
                          conversations with journalist colleagues on issues of
                          ethics, craft and other aspects of professional practice;
                          and a host of other opportunities for intellectual
                          engagement and peer learning.

                          Intended to bring to campus persons with whom
                          faculty and students might not otherwise have direct
                          or sustained contact.. Resident fellows are required to
                          contribute to the intellectual life of the humanities at
early November annually   Berkeley through a series of concrete activities
                          involving students as well as faculty. Honorarium of
                          $10,000 plus airfare and up to $2,000 for housing
                          expenses; up to $500 to cover visa and related fees for
                          international visitors

                          To encourage access to collections and to encourage
                          ongoing cross-disciplinary dialogue among scholars of
                          the early modern period. Short-term supported by
       Ongoing
                          Library’s endowments and carry stipend of $2,500 per
                          month- approximately 35 are awarded each year

                          Stimulate both basic and policy-relevant research
                          about the early education, health and well-being of
                          children living in immigrant families from birth to age
     11/1 annually        ten, particularly those who are living in low-income
                          families. Three to four fellowships of up to $150,000
                          for use over one to three years will be awarded

                          Awards fellowships each year for independent
                          projects in fields selected on a six-year rotation of
                          topics. Ten fellowships will be rewarded in the fields
     11/9 annually        of history and philosophy. Stipends of $25,000.
                          Support is intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves
                          or for independent scholars to devote a substantial
                          block of time to the project
                          To develop a range of programs and initiatives and
                          build important networks of policymakers and
    Contact funder        analysts in the Euro-Atlantic community. Vorking
                          mostly in residence at GMF’s offices in Washington
                          D.C. and Brussels
                          To increase understanding of the causes,
                          manifestations, and control of violence, aggression,
                          and dominance in relation to social change, the
     2/1 annually         socialization of children, intergroup conflict, interstate
                          warfare, crime, family relationships, and
                          investigations of the control of aggression and violence
                              To provide an awareness of Asia among potential
                              leaders in American society who have no prior
                              experience of Asia. Provides stipends and internships
                              to live and work in Asia. The program is experiential
          Ongoing             rather than academic in nature. Involves a
                              commitment from late August until mid-July of the
                              following year. Language study prior to departure for
                              Asia is a program requirement and is supported
                              financially
                              Those interested in applying for an Institute of Current
                              World Affairs fellowship should send an initial letter
                              of interest and a resume to Executive Director Steven
                              Butler, briefly outlining the proposed project and
                              explaining the personal background and professional
          8/1/2012            experience that would qualify them for the fellowship
                              they have in mind. They should describe the activities
                              they would like to carry out during two years overseas
                              and enclose a resume or curriculum vitae.


                             Permit professors, researchers, and other senior
                             academics to find temporary refuge at universities and
                             colleges anywhere in the world, enabling them to
                             pursue their academic work and to continue to share
                             their knowledge with students, colleagues, and the
 1/1, 4/1, 10/1 annually for community at large. When conditions improve, these
non-emergency; ongoing for scholars will return home to help rebuild universities
         emergency           and societies ravaged by fear, conflict, and repression;
                             if safe return is not possible, the scholar may use the
                             fellowship period to identify a longer-term
                             opportunity. 3 months-one year; up to $25,000 plus
                             health insurance

                              To provide opportunities for young postdoctoral
                              researchers from non-Japanese countries to conduct,
                              under the guidance of their hosts, cooperative research
                              with leading research groups in universities and other
     9/4; 5/12 annually       Japanese institutions. Need to arrange a research plan
                              with a host Japanese researcher in advance. For a
                              period of 12-24 months. Includes a round-trip air
                              ticket, a monthly maintenance allowance, and a
                              settling-in allowance

                              Funds are to help provide Fellows with blocks of time
                              in which they can work with as much creative freedom
                              as possible; to assist research and artistic creation.
       9/15 annually
                              Fellows may spend their grant funds in any manner
                              they deem necessary to their work. For 6-12 months

                              Focus on democratic theory and practice. Fellows
                              participate in workshops and meetings, engage in
                              research projects, writing reports and reviewing
       3/15 annually
                              literature related to the Foundation’s program areas.
                              In residence at the Foundation’s Dayton, Ohio offices
                              for one academic year
                               Candidates may apply for one of our current
                               fellowship openings or propose a fellowship: To apply
                               for a current fellowship opening, candidates must
                               submit an application and select one of the current
         Ongoing               openings in the application. To propose a fellowship
                               and become the fellow who leads the project,
                               candidates must submit a fellowship proposal and an
                               application. Fellowship applications and proposals
                               will be evaluated on a rolling basis.

                               A sabbatical year of study and reflection. Fellows
                               devise a plan of study and select classes from the full
                               range of courses offered at U. Michigan and
                               prominent journalists and leading academics give
                               twice-weekly seminars. $70,000 for September
                               through April plus all tuition, fees, and Fellowship
       2/1 annually            news tours; stipends vary for international students.
                               Must agree not to publish or broadcast during the
                               Fellowship. Must maintain Ann Arbor residency and
                               attend all program seminars and meetings. Typically
                               12 Americans are joined by 6 international colleagues


                               To support the final year of dissertation writing for
                               projects that contribute to our understanding of
      1/15 annually            contemporary religious communities; focus on North
                               American Christianity. $18,000 for twelve months

                               The Fellowship Program is a major part of the
                               Foundation’s program interest in strengthening
                               America’s “intellectual infrastructure” at the higher-
                               education level. It helps fulfill the two basic
                               prerequisites for liberal education—good teaching and
                               good curriculum—by enabling colleges and
                               universities to offer students in the advanced stages of
                               graduate work the opportunity to pursue serious
                               studies with excellent teachers. The Foundation
                               chooses institutions of higher education each year to
2/1; 5/1; 8/1; 11/1 annually   support graduate and post-graduate students who are
                               designated as Bradley Fellows. The Fellows are
                               chosen by each institution upon the recommendation
                               of one or more distinguished professors in the
                               humanities, social sciences, and the law. There are
                               two primary objectives of the program: first, to
                               recognize and encourage excellence in private liberal
                               arts education; and second, to support projects or
                               activities that will have a significant positive impact
                               on the quality of the liberal arts
                      Fellowships offered in a number of interdisciplinary
                      areas encompassing gender in science, technology,
                      engineering, math and medicine, and gendered
                      innovations in knowledge. Fellows must be in
                      residence at the Clayman Institute for the duration of
  10/15 annually      their fellowship during the 2010-2011 academic year.
                      Stipends range from $36,000 for postdoctoral scholars
                      to $60,000 for senior faculty. Applications for one,
                      two, or three quarters will be considered for
                      individuals or small groups

                      For advanced study in the humanities at the Center in
                      Research Triangle Park, NC. Most of the fellowships
                      are unrestricted in terms of topic. Up to $60,000.
10/15/2012 annually   Library support, support for IT and editorial
                      assistance are provided along with private study,
                      conference rooms, and central areas; the Center
                      locates housing for Fellows
                      Through SEES Fellows, NSF seeks to enable the
                      discoveries needed to inform actions that lead to
    12/3/2012         environmental, energy and societal sustainability
                      while creating the necessary workforce to address
                      these challenges.
                      To educate journalists so their work can improve
                      public understanding about global health issues. One
                      fellowship will go to a U.S. citizen and one to a non-
                      U.S. citizen. To pursue a concentrated course of study
                      at Harvard’s School of Public Health. Will have
                      access to faculty and courses across the university. At
   1/31 annually      the conclusion of the academic year at Harvard, the
                      fellows will begin 3 to 4 months of journalistic field
                      work in a developing country which is intended to
                      provide an intensive learning and reporting experience
                      in countries with the most pressing problems in global
                      health. A stipend of $60,000, a housing allowance,
                      and childcare support

                      Resident program at Harvard for one year must agree
                      to four stipulations: return at the end of the sabbatical
                      year to the employer who granted the leave of
                      absence, refrain from professional work during the
                      period of the fellowship, complete all the work in two
                      academic courses of their choice, remain in residence
                      in the Cambridge areas each term while classes are in
   1/31 annually      session at least 12 fellowships per year. In addition,
                      two special fellows are chosen: 1) community
                      journalism- for someone who works for daily
                      newspapers with less than 50,000 circulation 2) arts
                      and culture- for someone specializing in arts and
                      culture reporting a stipend of $60,000, a housing
                      allowance, and childcare support
                      To work on projects that inspire meaningful public
                      debate, shape public policy, and generate intellectual
                      ferment within the Open Society Institute categories:
                      1) national security and the open society, 2)
                      citizenship, membership, and marginalization, 3)
                      strategies and tools for advocacy and citizen
     Ongoing          engagement, 4) understanding authoritarianism.
                      Fellows may be resident or nonresident at one of
                      OSI’s offices or in one of the Soros foundations or in
                      multiple locations. Fellowships are typically awarded
                      for one year full time stipend in U.S. $60,000-
                      $100,000 and adjustments made for Fellows based in
                      other countries

                      The purpose is to provide opportunities for continuing
                      generations of able and accomplished New Americans
                      to achieve leadership in their chosen fields fellowships
                      are grants for up to two years of graduate study in the
   11/1 annually      United States. Each year of the program, the fellow
                      will receive a maintenance grant of $20,000 and a
                      tuition grant of 1/2 the tuition cost of the U.S.
                      graduate program attended by the fellow

                      An intense residency period at the University Park
                      campus, usually ranging between 3-7 working days,
                      during which the non-PSU visiting scholar is fully
                      engaged in a series of educational, scholarly and/or
                      creative activities; the residency must include a
                      number of activities, including at least one public
                      event and at least one activity aimed specifically at
     Ongoing          students for distinguished figures who will generate
                      interest across multiple disciplines. A financial
                      contribution from at least 2 departments/ programs/
                      schools is required; the departments’ combined
                      contribution must be at least 1/3 of the request made
                      to the Institute (e.g., $7,500 from the IAH, $2,500
                      from the departments, for a total of $10,000)


                      Offers an in-depth understanding of the political,
                      economic, and cultural environment of Germany and
                      Europe through a 9-month professional fellowship
                      program two high-level work phases in major German
                      institutions including the federal government, private
                      corporations, law firms, media outlets, associations,
10/15/2012 annually   and cultural organizations. Three seminars throughout
                      Europe about issues facing the E.U. and Germany
                      today. Receive a monthly stipend, all travel costs,
                      health insurance; intensive German language training
                      as needed program begins September 2009
                Two residential fellowships will be awarded each year
                to scholars who have completed their research and
                analysis and who need time to think and write about
                topics important to the understanding of humankind
                resident scholars may approach their research from the
11/1 annually   perspective of anthropology or from related fields
                such as history, sociology, art, and philosophy
                provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                9/1 through 5/31

                Residential fellowships will be awarded each year for
                scholars who have completed their research and
                analysis and who need time to think and write about
                topics important to the understanding of humankind
11/1 annually   provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                9/1 through 5/31

                Supports Ph.D. dissertation research on American
                foreign policy, international relations, international
                security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic
                and military history objective is to support the
                research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations
                through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and
10/1 annually   language training in evaluating applications, the
                Foundation will accord preference to those projects
                that could directly inform US policy debates and
                thinking, rather than dissertations that are principally
                focused on abstract theory or debates within a
                scholarly discipline up to twenty grants of $7,500 each
                will be awarded

                For research and writing on domestic public policy
                issues preference will be given to proposals that
                address policy issues that have been priority areas for
                the Foundation’s Domestic Public Policy Program
                during the past three years: education, school reform;
                income support and anti-poverty policy; child and
                youth development; public finance; policies related to
  Ongoing       public entitlement programs; urban and criminal
                justice policy; regulatory policy; immigration policy;
                and the political process $60,000; the grant can be
                used to cover the salary costs of the researcher and to
                underwrite research costs, such as travel, research
                assistance, and data acquisition
                      Senior and postdoctoral: $42,000 per year; pre-
                      doctoral: $27,000 per year fellowships are available
                      for three to twelve months provides opportunities to
                      pursue research topics that relate to Latino art, culture,
                      and history interdisciplinary studies are encouraged
                      and can be undertaken at more than one of the
                      Smithsonian museums and/or research units and
                      advised by one or more of the Smithsonian research
                      staff members while not a condition of the award,
   1/15 annually      Fellows are invited to pursue a portion of their project
                      in the field: at other museums or research facilities, as
                      well as in communities where primary data can be
                      collected; a research and travel allowance will be
                      made available to cover additional costs of spending
                      up to one third of the fellowship tenure away from the
                      Smithsonian, if appropriate and necessary, but not at
                      the Fellow’s home institution



                      $27,000 per year allow students to conduct research
   1/15 annually      for periods of three to twelve months

                      $42,000 per year fellowships of three to twelve
                      months are available
   1/15 annually


                      Allow students to conduct research for 10-week
                      periods in association with Smithsonian research staff
   1/15 annually
                      members

                      -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                      regularly in formal and informal sessions while
  10/15 annually
                      pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                      -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                      regularly in formal and informal sessions while
10/15/2012 annually
                      pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                      Advance social network theories, methods, and web-
                      based tools to better understand and facilitate social
                      networks in a variety of contexts including
                      communities of practice; science, engineering, and
                      medical communities; and communities involved in
                      emergency response, public health, climate change,
  Contact Funder      and virtual worlds up to 3 post doctoral positions to
                      conduct social network research in several of the on-
                      going projects, take leadership in initiating new
                      interdisciplinary research projects, and to co-mentor
                      junior lab members stipend commensurate with
                      qualifications and experience
                         For social scientists to study the African Diaspora
     3/2 annually
                         For researching and writing dissertations on topics
                         related to peace, conflict, and international security;
                         should have a research agenda with clear relevance to
                         policy issues $20,000 for 10 months fellows carry out
                         the work at their own universities or other sites
    Contact funder       appropriate to their research expected to devote full
                         time attention to their work may be invited to give a
                         presentation at the Institute and to participate in
                         Institute workshops, conferences, and other activities


                         For research on conflict and peace while in residence
                         at the Institute for 10 months beginning in October;
                         shorter term residences are also available priority
                         given to proposals deemed likely to make timely and
                         significant contributions to the understanding and
                         resolution of ongoing and emerging conflicts and
                         other challenges to international peace and security;
                         projects should have clear policy relevance fellows
                         contribute to the collegial life of the Institute by
    Contact funder       presenting their work and participating in workshops,
                         conferences, and other events; expected to devote full
                         attention to the fellowship workattempt to match
                         earned income during the year preceding the
                         fellowship up to a maximum of $80,000 for 10
                         months; coverage of 80% of health premiums for the
                         Fellow and dependents with a cap of $500 per month,
                         a part-time research assistant, travel to and from D.C.
                         for Fellow and dependents


                         The Fellowship offers a $9000 stipend and tuition
                         assistance for academic coursework. In the spring
                         semester, fellows are full-time graduate students at
     9/1 Annually        Rockefeller College with policy-related field
                         placements for thirty hours a week from January
                         through June. Health plans are available.

                         To promote comparative international research on the
                         Institute’s core themes: democratization and the
                         quality of democracy, growth and development, public
                         policies for social justice, religion and society, social
                         movements and organized civil society affords
First week in November   recipients the time to move a research project forward
        annually         in an intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary
                         environment, share findings, and develop linkages
                         with renowned U.S. and international scholars awards
                         include stipend, travel expenses, office space, partial
                         housing subsidy, and access to campus facilities
                 Participate in ongoing research projects, collaborate in
                 the development of new research, learn from and
                 advice on Urban Institute work while pursuing
                 independent projects fellows are expected to spend at
                 least half their time on-site at the Urban Institute for at
                 least one semester, interact with staff in host Centers,
Contact funder   give at least one seminar or lecture per semester- open
                 to all Urban Institute staff, and participate in other UI
                 panels and roundtables receive an office, computer,
                 and telephone a limited number of stipends will be
                 awarded competitively; those who work on funded
                 research projects or formal proposals may be paid as
                 consultants

                 Fellows spend a year working as assistants to senior
                 White House staff, the Vice President, Cabinet
                 Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials
                 responsibilities range from chairing interagency
                 meetings and designing and implementing Federal
 2/1 annually    policies to drafting speeches for cabinet secretaries to
                 representing their agencies on Capitol Hill and in
                 international treaty negotiations Fellows receive a
                 salary and benefits with salary paid at the Federal pay
                 grade GS-14 step 3

                 The goal of the program is to increase the supply of,
                 demand for, and use of high-quality research in the
                 service of improved youth outcomes and well-being to
                 accomplish this goal, the program gives researchers
                 the opportunity to immerse themselves in practice or
                 policy settings and conversely gives influential mid-
                 career practitioners and policymakers the opportunity
 1/6 annually    to work in research settings each Fellow will receive
                 up to $175,000 for the total duration of the fellowship
                 which may range between 6 months and 2
                 yearsFellowship activity must amount to a minimum
                 of half of a person-year at the fellowship site(s) over
                 the duration of the project


                 For professional development related to issues that
                 have compelling relevance for theory, and policies or
                 practices, affecting the settings of youth ages 8 to 25
                 in the United States or a vulnerable subpopulation of
                 those youth Candidates must submit five-year research
 7/8 annually    plans that demonstrate creativity, intellectual rigor,
                 and a commitment to continued professional
                 development $350,000 over a five year period this
                 may not be used as a post-doctoral fellowship
                Residential fellowships in Washington D.C. for
                scholarship related to key public policy challenges or
                providing the historical and/or cultural framework to
                illuminate policy issues of contemporary importance
                try to ensure that stipend and other funding sources
                together approximate regular salary with maximum
10/1 annually   stipend of $85,000; includes round trip travel for
                fellows and dependents; 75% of health insurance
                premiums get an office, access to professional
                librarians, a part-time research assistant, and a
                computer expected to devote full time to the
                fellowship, be in residence from September through
                May, and participate in Center activities
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   Details & Other                               Posted
     Information

       http://www.academyhealth.org              5/26/2009




     http://www.humboldt-foundation.de           5/26/2009




     http://www.humboldt-foundation.de           5/26/2009




    http://www.amacad.org/hellman.aspx            7/1/2012




http://fellowships.aaas.org/01_About/01_index.
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http://www.aier.org/fellowships/research-
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           Scholarship, Undergraduate                         Rotary Club




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                Award                                  Eligible Population


      Branch and State Local Scholarships




 Disaster Research Center at the University of
Delaware Fifth Annual Research Experience for                  Undergraduate students
           Undergraduates Awards
                                                 Undergraduates who are receiving federal Pell Grant
 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
                                                           funding at 2 or 4 year colleges


                                                   U.S. & Canadian journalists or journalism school
 Inter American Press Association Scholarships
                                                     seniors or graduates aged 21-35 years of age


                                                     Undergraduates, graduate students, qualified
    Rotary Club Ambassadorial Scholarships
                                                      professionals pursuing vocational studies



W.M. Keck Foundation Undergraduate Education     For undergraduate programs in Foundation-designated
                   Grants                                               states
     Deadline                                 Other Details
                                 AAUW branches and states provide funding for local
                                 scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified
                                 women students seeking educational funding.
          Ongoing                Participating branches and states determine their
                                 scholarship amounts and eligibility criteria, and
                                 applicants apply directly to the opportunities for
                                 which they are qualified.
                                 A 9 week program providing hands-on research
                                 training and mentoring in social science aspects of
   early February annually
                                 disasters. A stipend and all transportation and lodging
                                 expenses are included
                                 -scholarships of up to $5,000 to study abroad
          Ongoing
                                 To spend an academic year studying and reporting in
                                 Latin America and the Caribbean. Expected to take a
                                 minimum of 3 university courses, participate in the
       12/31 annually
                                 Scholarship Fund’s Reporting Program, and undertake
                                 and submit to the Scholarship Fund a major research
                                 project
                                 -to study abroad
Contact your local Rotary club
                                 Promotes distinctive learning and research
                                 experiences in science, engineering and the liberal arts
                                 at undergraduate colleges in Foundation-designated
      5/1, 11/1 annually         states or through organizations that address
                                 undergraduate needs at the national level grants from
                                 $200,000 to $1 million
Website w/ Application
  Details & Other                         Posted
    Information

http://www.aauw.org/learn/awards/AAUW-
                                           7/1/2012
   Local-Scholarships-Clearinghouse.cfm




       http://www.udel.edu/DRC            5/26/2009


           http://www.iie.org             10/21/2010




         http://www.sipiapa.org           5/26/2009




         http://www.rotary.org            5/26/2009




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           Undergraduate, Scholarship   American Assocation of University Women
Scholarship Opportunity


           Award                       Eligible Population


 Branch and State Local Scholarships
Deadline                Other Details
            AAUW branches and states provide funding for local
            scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified
            women students seeking educational funding.
  Ongoing   Participating branches and states determine their
            scholarship amounts and eligibility criteria, and
            applicants apply directly to the opportunities for
            which they are qualified.
Website w/ Application
  Details & Other                         Posted
    Information

http://www.aauw.org/learn/awards/AAUW-
                                           7/1/2012
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        Grant, Funding, Faculty, Research                Allen Foundation Inc.




                 Grant, Research                     American Philosophical Society




          International, Grant, Research        DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




      International, Grant, Funding, Research   DAAD German Academic Exchange Service
Grant, Research, Funding               March of Dimes




                           Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender
 Fellowship, Research
                                Research Stanford University




    Grant, Research           Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grant, Health, Funding, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation




   Grant, Funding, Research            Russell Sage Foundation




     Fellowship, Research           School for Advanced Research
                                  The Science of Networks in Communities
     Fellowship, Research
                                   Laboratory at Northwestern University




Grant, Youth, Research, Funding        William T. Grant Foundation
        Research Opportunity


                  Award                                   Eligible Population



                                                    Full-time regular faculty members with tenure or on
           Allen Foundation Inc. Grants
                                                                         tenure track




                                                    Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                     abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
 American Philosophical Society Franklin Research
                                                     projects to be carried out in the U.S. who have a
                     Grants
                                                      doctorate or have published work of doctoral
                                                                    character and quality




                                                    Scholars at U.S. or Canadian universities or research
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service Faculty
                                                    institutions with a Ph.D. who have been working full
            Research Visit Grant
                                                                    time for at least 2 years




DAAD German Academic Exchange Service German           Ph.D. in the process of preparing dissertation
           Studies Research Grant                                        proposals
  March of Dimes Public Policy Research Grants                         Researchers




Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research   Tenured and tenure-track faculty and post-doctoral
Stanford University Faculty Research Fellowships                         scholars




 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Active Living
                                                                      Not specified
  Research and Healthy Eating Research Grants
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law
                                                                       Not specified
         Research Rapid Response Grants




         Russell Sage Foundation Grants                           Researchers with Ph.D.s




                                                      Weatherhead: Ph.D. candidates or scholars with
                                                      doctorates; Katrin H. Lamon: Native American
 School for Advanced Research Resident Scholars
                                                   scholar who is either pre- or post-doctoral; Anne Ray:
Awards—Weatherhead, Katrin H. Lamon, and Anne
                                                     An established Native American scholar who has a
                Ray Fellowships
                                                   commitment to providing mentorship to recent Native
                                                               graduates or graduate students
The Science of Networks in Communities Laboratory
                                                      Scholars who hold the Ph.D.
             at Northwestern University




 William T. Grant Foundation Investigator-Initiated
                                                             Researchers
       Grants and Officers’ Research Grants
     Deadline                                Other Details
                                Funding grants relevant to nutritional research: 1) to
                                support programs for the education and training of
                                mothers during pregnancy and after the birth of their
                                children. 2) to assist in the training of people to work
       12/31 annually           as educators and demonstrators of good nutritional
                                practices. 3) to encourage the dissemination of
                                information regarding healthful nutritional practices
                                and habits

                                A program of small grants intended to support the cost
                                of research leading to publication in all areas of
                                knowledge. Particularly designed to help meet the cost
                                of travel to libraries and archives for research
                                purposes; the purchase of microfilm, photocopies or
    10/1; 12/1 annually         equivalent research materials; the costs associated
                                with fieldwork; or laboratory research expenses. The
                                Society is especially interested in supporting the work
                                of young scholars who have recently received the
                                doctorate. From $1,000-$6,000

                                Grants for 1-3 months in all academic disciplines to
                                pursue research at universities, libraries, archives,
5/15, 11/15 and at least four   institutes or laboratories in Germany. Monthly stipend
  months before projected       ranges from 1,840 to 2,240 Euro depending on
   research stay annually       academic status with possible travel subsidy for travel
                                within Germany for research project

                                Program is designed to encourage research and
                                promote the study of cultural, political, historical,
                                economic and social aspects of modern and
                                contemporary German affairs from an inter- and
                                multidisciplinary perspective. Intent is to provide an
     5/1; 11/1 annually         opportunity for short-term exploratory research to
                                determine the viability or to delimit the scope of
                                proposed dissertations. Applicants are expected to
                                have completed two years of college German.
                                Research support ranging from 1,500 to 2,500 Euro is
                                intended to offset living and travel costs
                 For projects related to public policy issues affecting
                 health care for pregnant women, infants, and children.
                 Projects considered for funding may involve analysis
                 of existing data, conduct of original surveys,
  Ongoing        preparation of case studies, or development of a scope
                 of work for a large-scale study. Not to exceed
                 $25,000. Priority to new researchers who have
                 completed an advanced degree in the last two years or
                 are in the process of completing such a degree

                 Fellowships offered in a number of interdisciplinary
                 areas encompassing gender in science, technology,
                 engineering, math and medicine, and gendered
                 innovations in knowledge. Fellows must be in
                 residence at the Clayman Institute for the duration of
10/15 annually   their fellowship during the 2010-2011 academic year.
                 Stipends range from $36,000 for postdoctoral scholars
                 to $60,000 for senior faculty. Applications for one,
                 two, or three quarters will be considered for
                 individuals or small groups

                 Purpose is to advance efforts to reverse the childhood
                 obesity epidemic by 2015 for time-sensitive,
                 opportunistic studies to evaluate changes in policies or
                 environments with the potential to reach children who
                 are at highest risk for obesity, including African-
                 American, Latino, Native American, Asian American
                 and Pacific Islander children who live in low-income
  Ongoing        communities or communities with limited access to
                 affordable healthy foods and/or safe opportunities for
                 physical activity. Studies may focus on one or both
                 sides of the energy balance equation—on physical
                 activity, healthy eating, or both. Research grants: four
                 12 to 18 month awards of up to $75,000 each;
                 publication grants: three 12-month awards of up to
                 $12,000 each
                               Purpose is to build the evidence for and strengthen the
                               use of regulatory legal and policy solutions to improve
                               public health and identifying and ameliorating laws
                               and legal practices that unintentionally harm health
                               grants will be awarded on a rolling basis, initiation of
                               funding will be tied to the full proposal submission
                               date. Looking for studies in one of two categories: 1)
                               rapid response evaluations: these studies will take
                               advantage of opportunities provided by changes in
                               law, regulation or policy at any level of government;
                               legal or policy innovations intended to address
          Ongoing              pressing public health challenges can serve as “natural
                               experiments” that create a window of opportunity for
                               baseline data collection and/or evaluation; awards of
                               up to $100,000 each will be available for a period of
                               up to 12 months, final results from evaluation studies
                               should be completed no later than 12 months from
                               start of funding 2) public health law mapping projects:
                               these projects should produce state-of-the-art legal
                               datasets in topic areas of high importance to policy-
                               makers and researchers; grantees will create original
                               datasets of specific laws in the 50 states and
                               appropriate territories, or of selected county or
                               municipal laws; awards of up to $50,000 1) thewill be
                               For projects in four main research areas: each Future
                              of Work which is concerned with the causes and
                              consequences of changes in the quality of low-wage
                              work in advanced economies 2) U.S. Immigration
                              which focuses on the entry of immigrant families into
                              the civic and political life of the country and on
 mid-March and mid-August immigrant experiences outside the traditional gateway
annually for grants >$35,000; cities 3) Cultural Contact which investigates how well
presidential authority awards U.S. institutions are managing to respond to the
    of <$35,000 ongoing       growing diversity of the American population 4)
                              Social Inequality which focuses on the social effects
                              of rising economic inequality, with particular attention
                              to the ways in which the U.S. political and educational
                              systems have responded to growing economic
                              disparities

                               Two residential fellowships will be awarded each year
                               to scholars who have completed their research and
                               analysis and who need time to think and write about
                               topics important to the understanding of humankind
                               resident scholars may approach their research from the
        11/1 annually          perspective of anthropology or from related fields
                               such as history, sociology, art, and philosophy
                               provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                               campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                               and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                               9/1 through 5/31
                               Advance social network theories, methods, and web-
                               based tools to better understand and facilitate social
                               networks in a variety of contexts including
                               communities of practice; science, engineering, and
                               medical communities; and communities involved in
                               emergency response, public health, climate change,
      Contact Funder           and virtual worlds up to 3 post doctoral positions to
                               conduct social network research in several of the on-
                               going projects, take leadership in initiating new
                               interdisciplinary research projects, and to co-mentor
                               junior lab members stipend commensurate with
                               qualifications and experience

                               Supports research to improve the lives of youth ages 8
                               to 25 in the United States focus on enhancing our
                               understanding of how youth settings work, how they
Letters of inquiry due early   affect youth development, and how they can be
     January, April, and       improved focus on when, how, and under what
September for Investigator-    conditions research evidence is used in policy and
 Initiated Grants annually;    practice that affect youth and how its use can be
   ongoing for Officers’       improved nvestigator-Initiated Research Grants
       Research Grants         usually range between $100,000 and $600,000 and
                               cover two to three years of support Officers’ Research
                               Grants range between $15,000 and $25,000 and
                               typically cover one to two years
Website w/ Application
  Details & Other                   Posted
    Information


   http://www.allenfoundation.org   7/22/2010




     http://www.amphilsoc.org       5/26/2009




        http://www.daad.org         5/26/2009




        http://www.daad.org         5/26/2009
http://www.marchofdimes.com    5/26/2009




  http://gender.stanford.edu   8/11/2009




     http://www.rwjf.org       8/11/2009
   http://www.rwjf.org       10/21/2010




http://www.russellsage.org   5/26/2009




 http://www.sarweb.org       8/11/2009
 http://sonic.northwestern.edu/    4/22/2010




http://www.wtgrantfoundation.org   5/26/2009
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                    Federal, Grant   National Institutes of Health




                    Federal, Grant   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant   National Endowment for the Humanities




Federal, Grant   Institute of Museum and Library Services




Federal, Grant         National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant           National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant      National Endowment for the Humanities




Federal, Grant      National Endowment for the Humanities




Federal, Grant   National Archives and Records Administration




Federal, Grant   National Archives and Records Administration
      Federal, Grant         National Archives and Records Administration




       Fellowship                        University at Albany




       Fellowship               American Academy of Arts and Sciences




                             American Association for the Advancement of
       Fellowship
                                               Science




Undergraduate, Scholarship    American Assocation of University Women




       Fellowship               American Council of Learned Societies
Fellowship   Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences




Fellowship        Dart Center for Journalistm & Trauma
Recently Added to RFP Tracker - July 2012


                      Award                                    Eligible Population


                                                                           State governments
                                                                          County governments
                                                                    City or township governments
                                                                     Special district governments
                                                                     Independent school districts
                                                           Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                                education
                                                           Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                               recognized)
    Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase
                                                         Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
           Diversity in Health-Related Research
                                                          Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                              Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                          Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                              other than institutions of higher education
                                                        Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                            IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                                Private institutions of higher education
                                                         For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                            Small businesses




                                                              *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                              submitted by the following: -Non-profit, non-
                                                            academic organizations: Independent museums,
                                                        observatories, research labs, professional societies and
                                                            similar organizations in the U.S. associated with
      International Research Experiences for Students     educational or research activities. -Universities and
                                                             Colleges - Universities and two- and four-year
                                                        colleges (including community colleges) accredited in,
                                                           and having a campus located in the US, acting on
                                                         behalf of their faculty members. Such organizations
                                                               also are referred to as academic institutions.
                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                               City or township governments
                                                                Special district governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                          education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                   Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                      IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education




                                                     To be eligible as a library applicant for a Learning
                                                   Labs in Libraries and Museums, you must: •be either a
 Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums Grants          unit of State or local government or a private
                                                      nonprofit organization that has tax-exempt status
                                                              under the Internal Revenue Code.




                                                         *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                   submitted by the following: -Universities and Colleges
                                                        - Universities and two- and four-year colleges
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
                                                     (including community colleges) accredited in, and
                     Program
                                                   having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of
                                                     their faculty members. Such organizations also are
                                                              referred to as academic institutions.
                                                       *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                     submitted by the following: -Only colleges and
                                                  universities located and accredited in the U.S. or U.S.-
  Ethics Education in Science and Engineering     based professional associations are eligible to apply to
                                                    this program. Other types of organizations can be
                                                      included only as non-lead collaborators or sub-
                                                                         awardees.


                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                               Special district governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
America's Historical and Cultural Organizations                           education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education

                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                               Special district governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
           America's Media Makers                                         education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education
                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical                               education
             Records Projects                        Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education
                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
Innovation in Archives and Documentary Editing                            education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education
                                                                         State governments
                                                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                              education
       State and National Archival Partnership
                                                        Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                            other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education

                                                      The Fellowship program, which begins in January and
                                                         ends June 30, is open to graduate students and
       Fellowship on Women & Public Policy                working professionals who have successfully
                                                         completed 12 graduate credits in any academic
                                                                           discipline.


                                                    Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an area of science or
                                                          engineering and have some experience or a
                                                    demonstrated interest in an area related to science and
                                                         technology policy. Master’s degrees may be
                                                     considered in the fields of engineering and computer
Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy
                                                        science. The Ph.D. or Master’s degree must be
                                                      conferred prior to September, 2012. Strong writing
                                                    and organizational skills are desired. Candidates must
                                                        be eligible to work in the United States without
                                                                      Academy sponsorship.


                                                       Hold a doctoral level degree (PhD, ScD, MD, DVM,
                                                                  etc.), in any of the following:

                                                                   Social and Behavioral sciences
                                                                    Medical and Health sciences
                                                                Biological, Physical or Earth sciences
  AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
                                                             Computational sciences and Mathematics
                                                          Engineering disciplines (applicants with a MS in
                                                      engineering and three years of professional experience
                                                                           also qualify).
                                                           Note: All requirements for the degree must be
                                                              completed by the application deadline




        Branch and State Local Scholarships




                                                      U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status as of the
                                                                     application deadline date.
                                                      a Ph.D. degree conferred at least two years before the
                 ACLS Fellowships                     application deadline. (An established scholar who can
                                                            demonstrate the equivalent of the Ph.D. in
                                                        publications and professional experience may also
                                                                              qualify.)
        CASBS Fellowships


                                       Fellowships are open to print, broadcast and online
                                      reporters, photographers, editors and producers with
                                          no fewer than five years’ full-time journalism
                                        experience. Approximately half of the Fellowship
Fellowship on Women & Public Policy
                                        participants are based in North America, with the
                                         balance drawn from Central and South America,
                                          Europe, the Asia Pacific region, Africa and the
                                                             Mideast.
Deadline                  Other Details
             The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
             National Institutes of Health invites Research
             Education (R25) applications to promote diversity in
             undergraduate and health professional participant
             populations by providing short-term research
             education support to stimulate career development in
             cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, and sleep
             disorders research. The overall goal of the program is
             to provide research opportunities for individuals from
             backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science,
             including individuals from disadvantaged
  2/7/2014   backgrounds, individuals from underrepresented racial
             and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities
             that will significantly contribute to a diverse research
             workforce in the future. The research opportunities
             should be of sufficient depth to enable the
             participants, upon completion of the program, to have
             a thorough exposure to the principles underlying the
             conduct of research, and help prepare participants
             interested in research to pursue competitive
             fellowships, or other research training or career
             development awards.



                The International Research Experiences for
             Students (IRES) program supports development of
             globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering
             students capable of performing in an international
             research environment at the forefront of science and
             engineering. The IRES program supports active
 8/21/2012   research participation by students enrolled as
             undergraduates or graduate students in any of the
             areas of research funded by the National Science
             Foundation. IRES projects involve students in
             meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in
             research projects specifically designed for the IRES
             program.
            The Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
            (HCRR) program supports projects that provide an
            essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and
            public programming in the humanities. Thousands of
            libraries, archives, museums, and historical
            organizations across the country maintain important
            collections of books and manuscripts, photographs,
            sound recordings and moving images, archaeological
            and ethnographic artifacts, art and material culture,
            and digital objects. Funding from this program
7/19/2012   strengthens efforts to extend the life of such materials
            and make their intellectual content widely accessible,
            often through the use of digital technology. Awards
            are also made to create various reference resources
            that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works
            that provide basic information quickly to tools that
            synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-
            depth investigation.



            Grants for Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums
            will support planning and design activities for spaces
            that foster experimentation and creativity for middle-
            and high-school youth in library- and museum-based,
            out-of-school-time settings. The labs should be
7/15/2012   grounded in evidence-based research on youth, and
            should be designed to support youth learning in such
            21st century skills as critical thinking, problem
            solving, communication, collaboration, and STEM
            (science, technology, engineering, and math).


            The Industry/University Cooperative Research
            Centers (I/UCRC) program develops long-term
            partnerships among industry, academe, and
            government. The centers are catalyzed by a small
            investment from the National Science Foundation
            (NSF) and are primarily supported by industry center
            members, with NSF taking a supporting role in the
            development and evolution of the center. Each center
            is established to conduct research that is of interest to
9/28/2012   both the industry members and the center faculty. An
            I/UCRC contributes to the Nation's research
            infrastructure base and enhances the intellectual
            capacity of the engineering and science workforce
            through the integration of research and education. As
            appropriate, an I/UCRC uses international
            collaborations to advance these goals within the
            global context.
            The Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
            (EESE) program funds research and educational
            projects that improve ethics education in all fields of
            science and engineering that NSF supports, with
            priority consideration given to interdisciplinary, inter-
3/1/2013    institutional, and international contexts. Although the
            primary focus is on improving ethics education for
            graduate students in NSF-funded fields, the proposed
            programs may benefit advanced undergraduates as
            well.

            America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations
            grants provide support for museums, libraries, historic
            places, and other organizations that produce public
            programs in the humanities. Grants support the
            following formats:• exhibitions at museums, libraries,
8/15/2012   and other venues;• interpretations of historic places,
            sites, or regions;• book/film discussion programs;
            living history presentations; and other face-to-face
            programs at libraries, community centers, and other
            public venues; and• interpretive websites.


            America’s Media Makers (AMM) grants support the
            following formats:• interactive digital media;• film
            and television projects; and• radio projects.Interactive
            digital media may be websites, games, mobile
            applications, virtual environments, streaming video, or
8/15/2012   podcasts.Film and television projects may be single
            programs that address or a series that addresses
            significant figures, events, or developments and draw
            their content from humanities scholarship.


            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks proposals that promote the
            preservation and use of the nation's most valuable
            archival resources. Projects should expand our
10/4/2012   understanding of the American past by facilitating and
            enhancing access to primary source materials.




            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks projects that are exploring
            innovative methods to improve the preservation,
            public discovery, or use of historical records. Projects
10/4/2012   may also focus on techniques and tools that will
            improve the professional performance and
            effectiveness of those who work with such records,
            such as archivists, documentary editors, and records
            managers.
                 The National Historical Publications and Records
                 Commission seeks proposals to strengthen archives
                 and historical records programs in each of the states
   9/6/2012
                 and build a national archival network.


                 The Fellowship offers a $9000 stipend and tuition
                 assistance for academic coursework. In the spring
                 semester, fellows are full-time graduate students at
 9/1 Annually    Rockefeller College with policy-related field
                 placements for thirty hours a week from January
                 through June. Health plans are available.

                 As part of the Initiative for Science, Engineering, and
                 Technology, the American Academy of Arts and
                 Sciences has established the Hellman Fellowship in
                 Science and Technology Policy for an early-career
                 professional with training in science or engineering
  1/11/2013      who is interested in transitioning to a career in public
                 policy and administration. While in residence, the
                 Hellman Fellow will work with senior scientists and
                 policy experts on critical national and international
                 policy issues related to science, engineering, and
                 technology.

                 To address these challenges, The American
                 Association for the Advancement of Science manages
                 and administers Science & Technology Policy
                 Fellowships in five program areas to provide the
                 opportunity for accomplished scientists and engineers
                 to participate in and contribute to the federal
Opens 9/1/2012   policymaking process while learning firsthand about
                 the intersection of science and policy. The fellowships
                 in congressional offices are funded by approximately
                 30 partner scientific and engineering societies. The
                 fellowships in executive branch agencies are funded
                 by the hosting offices.


                 AAUW branches and states provide funding for local
                 scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified
                 women students seeking educational funding.
   Ongoing       Participating branches and states determine their
                 scholarship amounts and eligibility criteria, and
                 applicants apply directly to the opportunities for
                 which they are qualified.
                 The ACLS Fellowship program invites research
                 applications in all disciplines of the humanities and
                 related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the
                 project should be a major piece of scholarly work by
  10/2/2012
                 the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g.,
                 novels or films), textbooks, straightforward
                 translation, or pedagogical projects.
10/1/2012
            Fellows attend an intensive weeklong program of
            seminars and discussions held at Columbia University
            in New York City. Program activities include
            background briefings by prominent interdisciplinary
7/20/2012   experts in the trauma and mental health fields;
            conversations with journalist colleagues on issues of
            ethics, craft and other aspects of professional practice;
            and a host of other opportunities for intellectual
            engagement and peer learning.
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   Details & Other                            Posted
     Information




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
                                               7/1/2012
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http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
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         ode=VIEW&oppId=162734
http://www.neh.gov/grants/preservation/huma
                                                 7/1/2012
   nities-collections-and-reference-resources




http://www.imls.gov/applicants/detail.aspx?Gra
                                                 7/1/2012
                  ntId=20




http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
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         ode=VIEW&oppId=131673
http://www07.grants.gov/search/search.do?&m
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          ode=VIEW&oppId=59774




      http://www.neh.gov/grants/ahco          7/1/2012




      http://www.neh.gov/grants/amm           7/1/2012




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              7/1/2012
                 access.html




http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                              7/1/2012
               innovation.html
http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/
                                                 7/1/2012
              partnership.html




http://www.albany.edu/womeningov/programs
                                                 7/1/2012
                /fwpp.shtml




    http://www.amacad.org/hellman.aspx           7/1/2012




http://fellowships.aaas.org/01_About/01_index.
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                      Tag                   Organization




                    Federal, Grant   Institute of Museum and Library Services




                    Federal, Grant   National Endowment for the Humanities




                     Fellowship       Dart Center for Journalistm & Trauma
 Fellowship               ICWA Fellowships




Federal, Grant   National Endowment for the Humanities




Federal, Grant   National Endowment for the Humanities




Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation
                                                   American Association for the Advancement of
                  Fellowship
                                                                     Science




                Federal, Grant                     National Archives and Records Administration




                                                  BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
Education, Environment, Grant, Funding, Federal
                                                              Opportunities




                Federal, Grant                              National Science Foundation




                  Fellowship                      Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences
             Fellowship                     American Council of Learned Societies




           Federal, Grant                National Archives and Records Administration




           Federal, Grant                National Archives and Records Administration




                                        National Archives and Records Administration –
Publishing, History, Funding, Federal
                                                 Publishing Historical Records




 Federal, Research, Grant, Funding               National Science Foundation




             Fellowship                          National Science Foundation
Grant, Funding, Federal   National Endowment for the Humanities




      Fellowship          American Academy of Arts and Sciences




Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant        National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health
             Federal, Grant                           National Institutes of Health




                                            International Research Collaboration on Alcohol
Research, International, Funding, Federal
                                                             and Alcoholism




        Fellowship, International                 Institute of International Education
      Fellowship              Louisville Institute




      Fellowship            Smithsonian Institution




      Fellowship            Smithsonian Institution




      Fellowship            Smithsonian Institution




      Fellowship            Smithsonian Institution




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation
  Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation




  Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation




  Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation




International, Grant, Funding   United States-Japan Foundation
Grant, Funding, International   United States-Japan Foundation




      Grant, Funding            Nathan Cummings Foundation




  Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation




  Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation
    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




    Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




Federal, Research, Funding, Grant   National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




      Fellowship                    AT&T




    Grant, Funding           Horowitz Foundation




      Fellowship              Nieman Foundation
         Fellowship                         Nieman Foundation




         Fellowship                    William T. Grant Foundation




Grant, Funding, International          Center for Global Partnership




         Fellowship             Cornell University Society for the Humanities



      Gramt. Funding                          Deborah Gerner
Fellowship, International            Smith Richardson Foundation




    Gramt. Funding                       U.S. Institute of Peace




      Fellowship            Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars




    Grant, Research                  American Philosophical Society
     Fellowship             American Philosophical Society




                       Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender
Fellowship, Research
                            Research Stanford University




     Fellowship              Stanford Humanities Center



  Grant, Funding        Virginia Foundation for the Humanities




     Fellowship              National Humanities Center




     Fellowship               Robert Bosch Foundation




 Fellowship, Digital         Stanford Humanities Center
Scholarship, Research, Grant, Funding      Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture




             Fellowship                 Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts




             Fellowship                 Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts




             Fellowship                       Foundation for Child Development




             Fellowship                              Paul and Daisy Soros
  Fellowship, Research               School for Advanced Research




       Fellowship                    School for Advanced Research




         Federal                      National Science Foundation




       Fellowship                        Brookdale Foundation




Grant, Funding, Fellowship   George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation




       Fellowship                 American Political Science Association
       Award, International                     Berlin Program




  Grant, Fellowship, International          Blakemore Foundation




 Grant, Funding, Faculty, Research           Allen Foundation Inc.




Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding     Inter American Press Association




          Grant, Funding                    Arca Foundation Grants




     Research, Award, Funding            Dirksen Congressional Center




            Fellowship                Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation
      Fellowship          Knight-Wallace University of Michigan




  Federal, Fellowship                 White House




Federal, Grant, Funding        National Science Foundation
           Fellowship                 Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation




Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding   National Education Association Foundation




Faculty, Teaching, Grant, Funding   National Education Association Foundation




     Federal, Grant, Funding           National Science Foundation Science
Grant, Funding, Publishing            Louisville Institute




 Federal, Grant, Funding         National Science Foundation




     Grant, Funding             American Philosophical Society




     Grant, Funding          Woodrow Wilson International Center




     Grant, Funding          Woodrow Wilson International Center




       Fellowship                   Kettering Foundation



       Fellowship                        TIAA-CREF
         Grant, Funding             Compton Foundation




          Fellowship                Compton Foundation




          Fellowship               American Cancer Society




   Research, Award, Funding        American Cancer Society




Research, Digital Communications     Time Warner Cable




         Grant, Funding                Fahs-Beck Fund
  Research, Grant, Faculty, Funding                  Fahs-Beck Fund




            Grant, Funding                  Alexander von Humboldt Foundation




    Undergraduate, Grant, Funding                 W.M. Keck Foundation




International, Grant, Funding, Research   DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




            Grant, Funding                       Wenner-Gren Foundation
         Society, Grant             Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues




  International, Grant, Research       DAAD German Academic Exchange Service




           Fellowship                      American Institute of Indian Studies



           Fellowship                      American Institute of Indian Studies



           Fellowship                      American Institute of Indian Studies




Federal, Funding, Grant, Research              National Science Foundation




                                       Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst
           Fellowship
                                                  Endowed Fellowship
Federal, Grant, Funding, International             Department of Education




        Research, Fellowship                     William T. Grant Foundation




               Award                     Council for International Exchange of Scholars




       Federal, Grant, Funding                    National Science Foundation




       Federal, Grant, Funding                    National Science Foundation




             Fellowship                              University at Albany
       Fellowship           John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation




       Fellowship             Japan Society for the Promotion of Science




Federal, Grant, Funding             National Science Foundation




International, Fellowship           Council on Foreign Relations




Fellowship, International           Council on Foreign Relations




International, Fellowship              German Marshall Fund
      Award            John S. and James L. Knight Foundation




                       The Science of Networks in Communities
Fellowship, Research
                        Laboratory at Northwestern University




    Fellowship                  U.S. Institute of Peace
       Fellowship                         U.S. Institute of Peace




       Fellowship                             Urban Institute




Scholarship, Undergraduate                     Rotary Club




                             Community Forestry and Environmental Research
       Fellowship
                                             Partnerships




                               Disaster Research Center at the University of
      Undergraduate
                                              Delaware Fifth
                                  Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities,
          Fellowship
                                                 U.C. Berkeley




   Scholarship, International                 Marshall Scholarships




      Fellowship, Health                     Academy Health Policy




                                  University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
          Fellowship
                                               International Studies




        Grant, Funding                      Public Welfare Foundation




Grant, Youth, Research, Funding            William T. Grant Foundation
          Grant, Funding, Research                  Russell Sage Foundation




Grant, Funding, Youth, Communication Strategy   A.L. Mailman Family Foundation




                 Fellowship                        Alexander von Humboldt




              Research, Award                      Alexander von Humboldt




                 Fellowship                        Alexander von Humboldt




               Grant, Funding                     Alfred P. Sloan Foundation




                   Grant                          Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
     Grant, Funding                 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public




Undergraduate, Scholarship      American Assocation of University Women




       Fellowship            American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)




     Grant, Funding                  Arthur Vining Davis Foundation




  Grant, Funding, Health             Arthur Vining Davis Foundation
International, Grant, Funding   Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation




      Grant, Funding            California HealthCare Foundation




International, Grant, Funding   Carnegie Corporation of New York




      Grant, Funding            Carnegie Corporation of New York
                Grant, Funding                          Commonwealth Fund




Funding, International, Education, Environment,
                                                               DuPont
               Youth, Community




                Grant, Funding                    Educational Foundation of America




                  Fellowship                         Folger Shakespeare Library




                Grant, Funding                            Ford Foundation




                Grant, Funding                            Ford Israel Fund
            Grant, Funding                    Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation




  Funding, Award, Education, Students              Hayek Fund for Scholars




        International, Fellowship          Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program




  Scholarship, Undergraduate, Funding,        Institute of International Education




Research, Award, Funding, Grant, Science       James S. McDonnell Foundation




               Fellowship                        Knight International fellows
International, Grant, Funding   MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation




      Grant, Funding            MacArthur Foundation




 Grant, Research, Funding          March of Dimes
     Grant, Education, Funding             McGregor Fund




          Grant, Funding                 MetLife Foundation




         Faculty, Teaching             Milken Family Foundation




Grant, Society, Environment, Funding       Mott Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




Federal, Grant, Funding   National Science Foundation




    Grant, Funding        New York Community Trust
 Fellowship                     Open Society




 Fellowship      Penn State University Institute for the Arts




Grant, Funding             Pew Charitable Trusts
Grant, Funding          Revson Foundation




Grant, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Grant, Health, Funding, Research   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation




        Grant, Funding                 Russell Sage Foundation




        Grant, Funding               Sasakawa Peace Foundation




          Fellowship                Smith Richardson Foundation
     Grant, Funding                   Spencer Foundation




     Grant, Funding                   Spencer Foundation




     Grant, Funding                   Surdna Foundation




Grant, Funding, Northwest   The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation
Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




Grant, Funding            The Rockefeller Foundation




                 The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
    Grant
                           Education Grant Seekers
     Grant, Funding                 TIAA-CREF




     Grant, Funding             Virginia Foundation




     Grant, Funding         Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




 Grant, Funding, Digital    Andrew W. Mellon Foundation




Education, Grant, Funding          Jack Murdock




     Grant, Funding            Lindbergh Foundation




 Federal, Grant, Funding     National Science Foundation
Federal, Grant, Funding   National Institutes of Health
 RFP Tracker Sorted by Deadline of Opportunity


                Award                                   Eligible Population



                                                   To be eligible as a library applicant for a Learning
                                                 Labs in Libraries and Museums, you must: •be either a
Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums Grants         unit of State or local government or a private
                                                    nonprofit organization that has tax-exempt status
                                                            under the Internal Revenue Code.




                                                                   State governments
                                                                  County governments
                                                             City or township governments
                                                              Special district governments
                                                   Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                        education
                                                   Native American tribal governments (Federally
Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
                                                                       recognized)
                                                  Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                      other than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                    IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                        Private institutions of higher education




                                                   Fellowships are open to print, broadcast and online
                                                  reporters, photographers, editors and producers with
                                                      no fewer than five years’ full-time journalism
                                                    experience. Approximately half of the Fellowship
    Fellowship on Women & Public Policy
                                                    participants are based in North America, with the
                                                     balance drawn from Central and South America,
                                                      Europe, the Asia Pacific region, Africa and the
                                                                         Mideast.
              ICWA Fellowships                                              N/A




                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                               Special district governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
America's Historical and Cultural Organizations                           education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education

                                                                     State governments
                                                                    County governments
                                                              City or township governments
                                                               Special district governments
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
           America's Media Makers                                         education
                                                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                         recognized)
                                                    Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                        other than institutions of higher education
                                                          Private institutions of higher education


                                                        *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                        submitted by the following: -Non-profit, non-
                                                      academic organizations: Independent museums,
                                                  observatories, research labs, professional societies and
                                                      similar organizations in the U.S. associated with
International Research Experiences for Students     educational or research activities. -Universities and
                                                       Colleges - Universities and two- and four-year
                                                  colleges (including community colleges) accredited in,
                                                     and having a campus located in the US, acting on
                                                   behalf of their faculty members. Such organizations
                                                         also are referred to as academic institutions.
                                                   Hold a doctoral level degree (PhD, ScD, MD, DVM,
                                                              etc.), in any of the following:

                                                                Social and Behavioral sciences
                                                                 Medical and Health sciences
                                                             Biological, Physical or Earth sciences
AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
                                                          Computational sciences and Mathematics
                                                       Engineering disciplines (applicants with a MS in
                                                   engineering and three years of professional experience
                                                                        also qualify).
                                                        Note: All requirements for the degree must be
                                                           completed by the application deadline

                                                                      State governments
                                                      Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                           education
     State and National Archival Partnership
                                                     Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                         other than institutions of higher education
                                                           Private institutions of higher education



                                                      State governments, County governments, City or
                                                    township governments, Special district governments,
                                                        Independent school districts, Public and State
                                                      controlled institutions of higher education, Native
 BLM OR-WA: Youth Environmental Education
                                                     American tribal organizations (other than Federally
             Opportunities
                                                    recognized tribal governments), Nonprofits having a
                                                   501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of
                                                       higher education, Private institutions of higher
                                                                            education




                                                         *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                   submitted by the following: -Universities and Colleges
                                                        - Universities and two- and four-year colleges
Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers
                                                     (including community colleges) accredited in, and
                     Program
                                                   having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of
                                                     their faculty members. Such organizations also are
                                                              referred to as academic institutions.




              CASBS Fellowships
                                                 U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status as of the
                                                                application deadline date.
                                                 a Ph.D. degree conferred at least two years before the
              ACLS Fellowships                   application deadline. (An established scholar who can
                                                       demonstrate the equivalent of the Ph.D. in
                                                   publications and professional experience may also
                                                                         qualify.)
                                                                   State governments
                                                                  County governments
                                                            City or township governments
                                                   Public and State controlled institutions of higher
 Documenting Democracy: Access to Historical                            education
              Records Projects                     Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                       recognized)
                                                  Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                      other than institutions of higher education
                                                        Private institutions of higher education
                                                                   State governments
                                                                  County governments
                                                            City or township governments
                                                   Public and State controlled institutions of higher
Innovation in Archives and Documentary Editing                          education
                                                   Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                       recognized)
                                                  Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                      other than institutions of higher education
                                                        Private institutions of higher education

                                                     State governments, County governments, City or
                                                  township governments, Special district governments,
                                                     Public and State controlled institutions of higher
National Archives and Records Administration –
                                                     education, Native American tribal governments
         Publishing Historical Records
                                                 (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                   status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                    education, Private institutions of higher education




SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement
                     Grants




  NSF Science, Engineering and Education for
            Sustainability Fellows
                                                           An institution is eligible to apply only if it is a
                                                         nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt
NEH – Programming Grants to Accompany NEH on
                                                       status and has already received a confirmed booking
             the Road Exhibitions
                                                       for one of the NEH on the Road exhibitions through
                                                                     Mid-America Arts Alliance.



                                                    Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an area of science or
                                                          engineering and have some experience or a
                                                    demonstrated interest in an area related to science and
                                                         technology policy. Master’s degrees may be
                                                     considered in the fields of engineering and computer
Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy
                                                        science. The Ph.D. or Master’s degree must be
                                                      conferred prior to September, 2012. Strong writing
                                                    and organizational skills are desired. Candidates must
                                                        be eligible to work in the United States without
                                                                      Academy sponsorship.


                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                  City or township governments
                                                                   Special district governments
                                                                   Independent school districts
                                                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                              education
                                                         Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                             recognized)
      Major Research Instrumentation Program           Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                                                        Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                            Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                        Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                            other than institutions of higher education
                                                      Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                          IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education
                                                       For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                          Small businesses
        Fundamental Research Program for
 Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers




                                                         *Organization Limit: Proposals may only be
                                                       submitted by the following: -Only colleges and
                                                    universities located and accredited in the U.S. or U.S.-
    Ethics Education in Science and Engineering     based professional associations are eligible to apply to
                                                      this program. Other types of organizations can be
                                                        included only as non-lead collaborators or sub-
                                                                           awardees.




                                                                    State governments
                                                                   County governments
                                                             City or township governments
                                                              Special district governments
                                                              Independent school districts
                                                    Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                         education
                                                    Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                        recognized)
Academic-Community Partnership Conference Series
                                                  Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
                    (R13)
                                                   Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                       Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                       other than institutions of higher education
                                                 Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                     IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                         Private institutions of higher education
                                                  For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                     Small businesses
                                                                         State governments
                                                                        County governments
                                                                  City or township governments
                                                                   Special district governments
                                                                   Independent school districts
                                                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                              education
                                                         Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                             recognized)
Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase
                                                       Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
       Diversity in Health-Related Research
                                                        Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                            Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                        Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS,
                                                            other than institutions of higher education
                                                      Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                          IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                              Private institutions of higher education
                                                       For profit organizations other than small businesses
                                                                          Small businesses




                                                          State governments, County governments, City or
                                                       township governments, Independent school districts,
                                                          Public and State controlled institutions of higher
International Research Collaboration on Alcohol and       education, Native American tribal governments
                     Alcoholism                       (Federally recognized), Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3)
                                                        status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                        education, For profit organizations other than small
                                                                     businesses, Small businesses




Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue       Established scholars whose lives and work are
                   Fund Fellowships                             threatened in their home countries
                                                            Ph.D. candidates who have fulfilled all pre-
     Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship
                                                                     dissertation requirements




                                                        US Latino/a pre-doctoral students and postdoctoral
 Smithsonian Institution Latino Studies Fellowships
                                                                       and senior scholars




                                                         Must have completed coursework and preliminary
  Smithsonian Institution Pre-doctoral Fellowships     exams for the doctoral degree and must be engaged in
                                                                       dissertation research
                                                        Postdocs are for those who have held the doctoral
                                                        degree or equivalent for fewer than 7 years; Senior
  Smithsonian Postdoctoral and Senior Fellowships
                                                          Fellowships are for scholars who have held the
                                                        doctoral degree or equivalent for more than 7 years
                                                      Must be formally enrolled in a graduate program of
                                                     study, must have completed at least one semester, and
Smithsonian Institution Graduate Student Fellowships
                                                       must not yet have been advanced to candidacy in a
                                                                       doctoral program


National Science Foundation/ Directorate for Social,
                                                       Doctoral students who are enrolled at US academic
   Behavioral & Economic Sciences—Doctoral
                                                                           institution
          Dissertation Improvement Grants
National Science Foundation Linguistics Grants   Not specified




National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                 Not specified
           Learning Sciences Grants




National Science Foundation Social Psychology
                                                 Not specified
                    Grants




 United States-Japan Foundation Policy Grants    Not specified
United States-Japan Foundation Communication and
                                                           Not specified
                Public Opinion Grants




        Nathan Cummings Foundation Grants                  Not specified




National Science Foundation Cultural Anthropology
                                                      See specific award types
                     Grants




National Science Foundation Law and Social Sciences
                                                           Not specified
                      Grants
National Science Foundation Geography and Spatial
                                                                         Not specified
                  Science Grants




National Science Foundation Political Science Grants                     Not specified




   National Science Foundation Sociology Grants                          Not specified




    National Science Foundation Methodology,           Depends on the type of award- see solicitation for
        Measurement, and Statistics Grants                                  details




 National Science Foundation Decision, Risk, and
                                                                         Not specified
           Management Sciences Grants
  National Science Foundation Economics Grants                           Not specified




National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience
                                                                         Not specified
                      Grants




                                                     Underrepresented minority and women students who
                                                     are U.S citizens or permanent residents and who are
             AT&T Labs Fellowships
                                                            pursuing Ph.D. studies in computer &
                                                                 communications-related fields




           Horowitz Foundation Grants                                       Scholars




Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard Global   Journalists with at least 5 years of professional news-
          Health Reporting Fellowships                                  media experience
Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard U.S.
                                                   Full-time journalists with at least 5 years of experience
                 Fellowships




                                                   Mid-career (8-20 years of experience) policymakers,
                                                    practitioners, and researchers who are influential
   William T. Grant Foundation Distinguished
                                                    within their roles; researchers seeking to work in
                  Fellowships
                                                     policy or practice settings or policymakers and
                                                    practitioners seeking to work in research settings




       Center for Global Partnership Grants                             Not specified



  Cornell University Society for the Humanities       Applicants must have received the Ph.D. degree
                   Fellowships                                         before 1/1/09

                                                   Scholars enrolled in a graduate program leading to a
              Deborah Gerner Grant                  Ph.D. or who have earned a doctorate in the last 5
                                                                           years
Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and
                                                                     Ph.D. candidates
             Statecraft Fellowship




                                                       People working with nonprofit organizations
      U.S. Institute of Peace Annual Grants             including educational institutions, research
                                                         institutions, and civil society organizations




                                                    People holding a Ph.D. in academia or practitioners
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                   and policymakers with equivalent level of professional
                 Fellowship
                                                                       achievement




                                                    Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                     abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
American Philosophical Society Franklin Research
                                                     projects to be carried out in the U.S. who have a
                    Grants
                                                      doctorate or have published work of doctoral
                                                                    character and quality
                                                      Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                       abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
    American Philosophical Society Sabbatical
                                                       projects to be carried out in the U.S. who are mid-
                  Fellowships
                                                      career faculty of universities and 4- year colleges in
                                                           the U.S. with Ph.D. conferred 1988-2001




Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research     Tenured and tenure-track faculty and post-doctoral
Stanford University Faculty Research Fellowships                           scholars




                                                          Junior and senior scholars from humanities
   Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty
                                                     departments as traditionally defined and other scholars
                  Fellowships
                                                           seriously interested in humanistic studies


Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Open Grants                          Scholars




     National Humanities Center Fellowships            People with a doctorate and a record of publication




                                                          U.S. citizens aged 23-34 with 2+ years work
                                                           experience in business administration, law,
      Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowships
                                                         journalism, political science, or public policy;
                                                                 graduate degree recommended




  Stanford Humanities Center Digital Humanities      Scholars whose research projects are critically shaped
                  Fellowships                                     by information technology
Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture International
                                                         Doctoral students who have dissertation approved
              Doctoral Scholarship




                                                       Scholars who have completed all requirements for the
  Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts       Ph.D. except the dissertation with no more than 5
             Dissertation Fellowship                   years of teaching or relevant experience who are U.S.
                                                                   citizens or permanent residents




                                                         Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. no later
                                                           than the beginning of the fellowship year and no
  Consortium for Faculty Diversity in Liberal Arts
                                                        earlier than 5 years before the year who have no more
             Postdoctoral Fellowship
                                                       than 5 years of teaching or relevant experience and are
                                                                  U.S. citizens or permanent residents




                                                          Doctoral scholars who have earned their degrees
                                                       within the last 15 years and are full-time untenured but
 Foundation for Child Development Young Scholars
                                                        in a tenure-track position or have received tenure in
                      Program
                                                        the last four years from a college or university in the
                                                                                  US



                                                         “New Americans” (individuals who are 1. resident
                                                       aliens, or 2. have been naturalized as U.S. citizens, or
                                                            3. are the child of two parents who are both
         Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships
                                                        naturalized citizens) who are not older than 30 and
                                                         have a bachelor’s degree or are in the final year of
                                                                         undergraduate study
                                                          Weatherhead: Ph.D. candidates or scholars with
                                                          doctorates; Katrin H. Lamon: Native American
 School for Advanced Research Resident Scholars
                                                       scholar who is either pre- or post-doctoral; Anne Ray:
Awards—Weatherhead, Katrin H. Lamon, and Anne
                                                         An established Native American scholar who has a
                Ray Fellowships
                                                       commitment to providing mentorship to recent Native
                                                                   graduates or graduate students




 School for Advanced Research Resident Fellowships          Ph.D. candidates or scholars with doctorates




National Science Foundation - National   Robotics
                                                                             Not Listed
                     Initiative




                                                          All professionals in the field of aging who are
Brookdale Foundation Leadership in Aging Fellowship
                                                        between the first and tenth years of graduate degree




                                                       Mid-career scholars (finished studies last 5-15 years
The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation
                                                        and tenure or comparable recognition, but not full
                      Grants
                                                       professor or comparable) living or working in the US




                                                       Scholars who have a Ph.D. completed within the last
American Political Science Association Congressional    15 years; print & broadcast journalists who have a
                     Fellowships                          bachelor’s degree and 2-10 years of full time
                                                                      professional experience
                                                 North American scholars who are A.B.D. or who have
            Berlin Program Awards
                                                       received the Ph.D. within the past 2 years



                                                 American citizens and permanent residents of the U.S.
    Blakemore Foundation Language Grants
                                                               who have a college degree




                                                  Full-time regular faculty members with tenure or on
         Allen Foundation Inc. Grants
                                                                       tenure track




                                                   U.S. & Canadian journalists or journalism school
 Inter American Press Association Scholarships
                                                     seniors or graduates aged 21-35 years of age




            Arca Foundation Grants                                   Not specified




  Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional      Researchers working on dissertations or post-Ph.D.
              Research Awards                         who are U.S. citizens residing in the U.S.




Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Dissertation   Doctoral candidates who will complete the writing of
                 Fellowships                            the dissertation within the award year
                                                         Full-time journalists with a minimum 5 years
Knight-Wallace University of Michigan Fellowships    professional experience whose work appears regularly
                                                                  as an employee or freelancer




White House Fellows Leadership & Public Service      U.S. citizens who have completed their undergraduate
                  Fellowships                          education and established their chosen profession




National Science Foundation Perception, Action and
                                                                        Not specified
                 Cognition Grants
                                                      Institutions of higher education that have graduate
 Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Fellowships
                                                                             students




National Education Association Foundation Learning   Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
              and Leadership Grants                               education faculty and staff




National Education Association Foundation Student    Teachers, education support professionals, and higher
               Achievement Grants                                 education faculty and staff




 National Science Foundation Science, Technology,
                                                                  Depends on type of award
                 and Society Grants
                                                      Members of a racial/ethnic minority group who have
       Louisville Institute’s First Book Grant        earned a Ph.D. and are pre-tenured faculty in a full-
                                                                  time tenure track position




   National Science Foundation Innovation and
                                                                           Not specified
         Organizational Sciences Grants




                                                      Residents of the U.S. or American citizens resident
                                                       abroad or foreign nationals who are applying for
American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund Grants projects to be carried out in the U.S. who are pursuing
                                                         either a master’s or a doctoral degree or are
                                                                          postdoctoral
                                                        American academic experts and practitioners,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars      including advanced graduate students, engaged in
    East European Studies Short-Term Grants          specialized research requiring access to Washington
                                                                D.C. and its research institutions

                                                      Scholars who have a particular need to use the library,
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
                                                       archival, and other specialized resources of the D.C.
      Kennan Institute Short-Term Grants
                                                                                area



                                                      Doctoral candidates who have completed course work
         Kettering Foundation Fellowship
                                                           and have an accepted dissertation proposal


   TIAA-CREF Ruth Simms Hamilton Research
                                                         Graduate students at a U.S. college or university
                Fellowship
          Compton Foundation Grants                                     Not specified




    Compton Foundation Mentor Fellowships                            Graduating seniors




                                                     U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent
American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowships
                                                          residents of the U.S. who have a Ph.D.




                                                     U.S. citizens, noncitizen nationals, or permanent
                                                   residents of the U.S. who have a Ph.D. or equivalent
American Cancer Society Research Scholar Awards
                                                   who are in the first 6 years of an independent research
                                                                career or faculty appointment



Time Warner Cable Research Program on Digital      Proposals from any discipline with research interest in
              Communications                            digital communications will be considered.




Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                          Doctoral students in the U.S. or Canada
          Doctoral Dissertation Grants
                                                   Faculty members or postdoctoral researchers affiliated
 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation
                                                     with non-profit human service organizations in the
       Faculty/Post-Doctoral Research Grants
                                                                       U.S. or Canada



 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Funding for     Scholars at research institutions in Germany, the U.S.,
   Scholars in the Humanities, Social Sciences,     and Canada who have a Ph.D.; applications must be
  Economics, and Law,              Transatlantic   submitted jointly by at least one German and one U.S.
         Cooperation in Research Award                               or Canadian scholar



 W.M. Keck Foundation Undergraduate Education      For undergraduate programs in Foundation-designated
                    Grants                                                states




DAAD German Academic Exchange Service German           Ph.D. in the process of preparing dissertation
           Studies Research Grant                                        proposals




                                                   Dissertation fieldwork: students enrolled in a doctoral
                                                   program who have completed all requirements for the
                                                      degree other than the dissertation; Postdoctoral
         Wenner-Gren Foundation Grants
                                                     fellowships: Scholars with a Ph.D. in hand for no
                                                     more than 10 years; Post-Ph.D. Research Grants:
                                                        people holding a Ph.D. or equivalent degree
                                                       The applicant must be a member of SPSSI. Applicants
                                                        may submit only one application per deadline. If an
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues – applicant has applied to the Clara Mayo Grant in the
                Grants-in-Aid Program                   same award year (July 1 – June 30), she or he is not
                                                        eligible to apply for GIA. Individuals may submit a
                                                                           joint application.


                                                         Scholars at U.S. or Canadian universities or research
DAAD German Academic Exchange Service Faculty
                                                         institutions with a Ph.D. who have been working full
            Research Visit Grant
                                                                         time for at least 2 years



American Institute of Indian Studies Junior Research
                                                               Doctoral candidates at U.S. universities
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Research
                                                              Scholars who hold the Ph.D. or equivalent
                     Fellowship


American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Scholarly/
                                                                               Scholars
       Professional Development Fellowship




  National Science Foundation Developmental and
                                                                             Not specified
             Learning Sciences Grants




 Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program of the
Aspen Institute’s William Randolph Hearst Endowed           Undergraduate and graduate students of color
                     Fellowship
Department of Education/ Fund for the Improvement
    of Postsecondary Education Special Focus          Institutions of higher education or combinations of
      Competition: The US-Russia Program             institutions of higher education and other public and
   Grants—Improving Research & Educational                 private nonprofit institutions and agencies
          Activities in Higher Education




                                                    Early-career researchers who have received doctorates
  William T. Grant Foundation Scholars Program
                                                                     within the last 7 years




  Council for International Exchange of Scholars     US citizens with a Ph.D. or equivalent with teaching
      Traditional Fulbright Scholar Awards                                experience




   National Science Foundation Computing and
                                                                         Not specified
 Communication Foundations Core Program Grants




   National Science Foundation Information and
                                                                         Not specified
     Intelligent Systems Core Program Grants




                                                    The Fellowship program, which begins in January and
                                                       ends June 30, is open to graduate students and
      Fellowship on Women & Public Policy               working professionals who have successfully
                                                       completed 12 graduate credits in any academic
                                                                         discipline.
                                                       People who have already demonstrated exceptional
  John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
                                                       capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional
                 Fellowships
                                                                    creative ability in the arts




                                                        Citizen of a country with diplomatic relations with
    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
                                                         Japan who holds a doctorate received on or after
            Postdoctoral Fellowships
                                                                              4/2/04




National Science Foundation Science of Science and
                                                                           Not specified
             Innovation Policy Grants




                                                          People aged 27-45 in academia, government
 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                       institutions, the business community, the media, or
                Fellowship in India
                                                                       religious communities




 Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs
                                                                         Young Americans
               Fellowship in Japan




  German Marshall Fund of the U.S. Transatlantic      Senior policy-practitioners, journalist, businesspeople,
                   Fellowship                                              and academics
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Knight News
                                                                         Not specified
                 Challenge Awards




The Science of Networks in Communities Laboratory
                                                                  Scholars who hold the Ph.D.
             at Northwestern University




                                                         Students enrolled in U.S. universities who have
U.S. Institute of Peace JR Peace Scholar Dissertation
                                                        completed all course work and exams toward their
                      Fellowship
                                                                         doctoral degrees
                                                       Scholars, practitioners, policymakers, journalists, and
U.S. Institute of Peace JR Senior Fellowship Program
                                                                          other professionals




                                                       Distinguished scholars, journalists, and senior policy
        Urban Institute Visiting Fellowships
                                                                           practitioners




                                                           Undergraduates, graduate students, qualified
      Rotary Club Ambassadorial Scholarships
                                                            professionals pursuing vocational studies




 Community Forestry and Environmental Research         Graduate students at the masters, pre-dissertation, or
      Partnerships Graduate Fellowships                                 dissertation levels




   Disaster Research Center at the University of
  Delaware Fifth Annual Research Experience for                       Undergraduate students
             Undergraduates Awards
                                                       Distinguished scholars from other institutions, writers,
Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, U.C.
                                                           journalists, or others who can enrich academic
  Berkeley Departmental Residential Fellowships
                                                          programs but may not necessarily be academics




                                                       U.S. citizens who hold a first degree with a minimum
               Marshall Scholarships
                                                                            GPA of 3.7




National Center for Health Statistics/ AcademyHealth
                                                                              Scholars
                  Policy Fellowship




                                                        Both senior and junior scholars from the U.S. and
                                                       abroad who hold Ph.D.s or equivalent; distinguished
   University of Notre Dame Kellogg Institute for
                                                          senior candidates who do not hold Ph.D.s; and
     International Studies Visiting Fellowships
                                                       advanced graduate students who will complete their
                                                                Ph.D.s before the fellowship begins




         Public Welfare Foundation Grants                                   Not specified




 William T. Grant Foundation Investigator-Initiated
                                                                             Researchers
       Grants and Officers’ Research Grants
          Russell Sage Foundation Grants                            Researchers with Ph.D.s




 A.L. Mailman Family Foundation The Foundation
maintains a national focus and supports organizations
                                                      We fund only organizations that are tax-exempt under
 which are national in scope or reach more than one
                                                      Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service Code
 state. The Foundation has assets of just over $20
                                                                  and have a current IRS ruling.
million and awards grants totaling approximately $1
                    million yearly.



  Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research
                                                      Scholars who have completed Ph.D. in the last 4 years
                  Fellowship



                                                        Eminent researchers at the peak of their academic
     Alexander von Humboldt Research Award
                                                                             careers



 Alexander von Humboldt Experienced Researcher       Scholars who have completed Ph.D. less than 12 years
               Research Fellowship                                          ago




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Economic Performance
                                                                            Scholars
           and the Quality of Life Grants




 Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Select National Issues
                                                                            Scholars
                      Grants
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Public Understanding of
                                                                           Scholars
                  Science Grants




        Branch and State Local Scholarships




  American Institute for Economic Research (AEIR)                            Open




                                                     Must be signed by the head of the institution which
Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Secondary Education   can include a public or private college or university,
                      Grants                            graduate school of education, or freestanding
                                                                    educational institution




 Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Health Care Grants             Dean or equivalent must submit
 Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health
                                                    Not specified
                  Program Grants




      California HealthCare Foundation Grants       Not specified




  Carnegie Corporation of New York International
                                                    Not specified
                 Program Grants




Carnegie Corporation of New York National Program
                                                    Not specified
                      Grants
            Commonwealth Fund Grants                                      Not specified




                                                         Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts
                                                          that meet the needs of various groups and global
DuPont is committed to improving the quality of life    communities where the company operates. Areas of
 and enhancing the vitality of the communities in      support include: Educational programs; Culture & the
     which it operates throughout the world.              arts; Environmental initiatives; Human & health
                                                           service organizations; and Civic & community
                                                                              activities.


     Educational Foundation of America Grants                             Not specified




 Folger Shakespeare Library Research Fellowships                             Scholars




              Ford Foundation Grants                                      Not specified




              Ford Israel Fund Grants                                     Not specified
   Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Humanities
                                                                           Not specified
                  Program Grants




                                                       The award is open to graduate students who intend to
                                                         pursue academic careers and untenured faculty
 The Hayek Fund for Scholars provides awards of up      members whose academic work contributes to the
  to $750 to graduate students and untenured faculty      understanding of the principles, practices, and
       members for career-advancing activities.          institutions necessary to a free society or to the
                                                        understanding of the classical liberal or libertarian
                                                                             tradition.




                                                          American citizens who have received at least a
      Henry Luce Foundation Scholars Program           bachelors degree and are no more than 29 years old on
                                                               9/1 of the year they enter the program



                                                        Undergraduates who are receiving federal Pell Grant
    Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship
                                                                  funding at 2 or 4 year colleges




James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science
                                                                            Researchers
            Initiative Research Awards




                                                           Strong leadership qualities. Fluency in the local
    Knight International fellows work with partner
                                                        language of the country. Demonstrated knowledge of
  organizations to make lasting, visible changes that
                                                            fellowship focus and experience in fellowship
   improve the quality and free flow of news in the
                                                         medium/media. Minimum of 10 years of journalism
 public interest around the world. Fellows build skills
                                                           experience or related fields such as multimedia
  and enhance the standards of independent media in
                                                        technology or media-business management. Training
these key regions: Asia/Pacific, Eurasia/Former Soviet
                                                            experience is a plus. Fellowship is open to any
 Union, Latin America, Middle East/North Africa and
                                                          nationality. Fellowship duration is a minimum of a
                   Sub-Saharan Africa.
                                                                                  year
 MacArthur Foundation International Program in
                                                 Not specified
   Global Security and Sustainability Grants




MacArthur Foundation U.S. Program in Human and
                                                 Not specified
        Community Development Grants




      MacArthur Foundation Media Grants          Not specified




  March of Dimes Public Policy Research Grants   Researchers
                                                         The Fund provides a special program of competitive
The McGregor Fund is a private foundation organized
                                                         grants for private liberal arts colleges and liberal arts
"to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being
                                                         colleges within private universities in Michigan and
                      of mankind."
                                                                                   Ohio.




             MetLife Foundation Grants                                        Not specified




  The purpose of the Milken Family Foundation is to
 discover and advance inventive and effective ways of
helping people help themselves and those around them
                                                                              Not Specified
 lead productive and satisfying lives. The Foundation
  advances this mission primarily through its work in
            education and medical research.




                                                         Our grant making is carried out in three ways: We
                                                       request proposals from organizations with which we
The Mott Foundation makes grants in the U.S. and, on
                                                      have been in contact. We send out occasional requests
  a limited geographic basis, internationally. Grants
                                                       for proposals (RFPs) that address a specific issue or
 outside the U.S. are made only in the Civil Society
                                                        area of interest. We accept unsolicited requests for
              and Environment programs.
                                                        projects that fall within our program priorities and
                                                                              guidelines.
National Institutes of Health Parent Announcements
                                                      Not specified
           and Program Announcements




  National Science Foundation Cross-Directorate
                                                      Not specified
                 Activities Grants




National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities for
                                                      Not specified
          Academic Liaison with Industry




        New York Community Trust Grants               Not specified
                                                   Innovative professionals including journalists,
          Open Society Fellowships
                                                       activists, academics, and practitioners




Penn State University Institute for the Arts and
Humanities Short-Term Distinguished Visiting                          Scholars
               Professorships




         Pew Charitable Trusts Grants                              Not specified
          Revson Foundation Grants             Not specified




Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Active Living
                                               Not specified
 Research and Healthy Eating Research Grants
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Law
                                                                          Not specified
         Research Rapid Response Grants




                                                      Advanced doctoral students or non-tenured faculty
Russell Sage Foundation Behavioral Economics Small
                                                      members who have been out of graduate school for
                       Grants
                                                                    two or fewer years




        Sasakawa Peace Foundation Grants                                  Not specified




                                                     Full-time faculty at a college or university or fellow at
Smith Richardson Foundation Domestic Public Policy
                                                     a public policy think tank or research organization in
               Research Fellowships
                                                            the U.S. who received Ph.D. after 1/1/02
Spencer Foundation Initiative on Philosophy in
                                                  Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience
   Educational Policy and Practice Grants




   The Spencer Foundation Research Grants         Researchers with a doctorate or relevant experience




          Surdna Foundation Grants                                   Not specified




                                                   Serve populations of the Pacific Northwest states:
                                                   Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington.
                                                 Have current 501(c) (3) Public Charity status from the
   The Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation         Internal Revenue Service (IRS), be a government
                                                 entity, or be an IRS-recognized tribe. It may not be a
                                                 private foundation as defined in Section 509(a) of the
                                                                 Internal Revenue Code.
      Rockefeller Brothers Fund Grants           Not specified




 The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
                                               Groups of scholars
             Conference Grants




       Rockefeller Foundation Grants             Not specified




The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation for
                                                 Not Specified
          Education Grant Seekers
        TIAA-CREF Institute Research Grants                                     Scholars



Virginia Foundation for the Humanities Discretionary
                                                                                Scholars
                       Grants




      Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Scholarly
                                                                              Not specified
             Communications Grants




     Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Information
                                                                              Not specified
               Technology Grants




The Jack Murdock’s desire to “nurture and enrich the
                                                          Organizations involved in advancing culture and the
   educational, spiritual, cultural, and social lives of
                                                          arts are welcomed each year, as are projects targeted
 individuals, families, and communities" continues to
                                                         to elevating human services, health, and health care in
be reflected in grants, enrichment programs, and many
                                                                              the region.
               Trust activities to this day.



            Lindbergh Foundation Grants                                       Not specified




National Science Foundation Foundations of Data and
                                                                              Not specified
               Visual Analytics Grants
Research on the Health of LGBTI Populations
Deadline                  Other Details
             Grants for Learning Labs in Libraries and Museums
             will support planning and design activities for spaces
             that foster experimentation and creativity for middle-
             and high-school youth in library- and museum-based,
             out-of-school-time settings. The labs should be
 7/15/2012   grounded in evidence-based research on youth, and
             should be designed to support youth learning in such
             21st century skills as critical thinking, problem
             solving, communication, collaboration, and STEM
             (science, technology, engineering, and math).


             The Humanities Collections and Reference Resources
             (HCRR) program supports projects that provide an
             essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and
             public programming in the humanities. Thousands of
             libraries, archives, museums, and historical
             organizations across the country maintain important
             collections of books and manuscripts, photographs,
             sound recordings and moving images, archaeological
             and ethnographic artifacts, art and material culture,
             and digital objects. Funding from this program
 7/19/2012   strengthens efforts to extend the life of such materials
             and make their intellectual content widely accessible,
             often through the use of digital technology. Awards
             are also made to create various reference resources
             that facilitate use of cultural materials, from works
             that provide basic information quickly to tools that
             synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-
             depth investigation.



             Fellows attend an intensive weeklong program of
             seminars and discussions held at Columbia University
             in New York City. Program activities include
             background briefings by prominent interdisciplinary
 7/20/2012   experts in the trauma and mental health fields;
             conversations with journalist colleagues on issues of
             ethics, craft and other aspects of professional practice;
             and a host of other opportunities for intellectual
             engagement and peer learning.
            Those interested in applying for an Institute of Current
            World Affairs fellowship should send an initial letter
            of interest and a resume to Executive Director Steven
            Butler, briefly outlining the proposed project and
            explaining the personal background and professional
8/1/2012    experience that would qualify them for the fellowship
            they have in mind. They should describe the activities
            they would like to carry out during two years overseas
            and enclose a resume or curriculum vitae.


            America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations
            grants provide support for museums, libraries, historic
            places, and other organizations that produce public
            programs in the humanities. Grants support the
            following formats:• exhibitions at museums, libraries,
8/15/2012   and other venues;• interpretations of historic places,
            sites, or regions;• book/film discussion programs;
            living history presentations; and other face-to-face
            programs at libraries, community centers, and other
            public venues; and• interpretive websites.


            America’s Media Makers (AMM) grants support the
            following formats:• interactive digital media;• film
            and television projects; and• radio projects.Interactive
            digital media may be websites, games, mobile
            applications, virtual environments, streaming video, or
8/15/2012   podcasts.Film and television projects may be single
            programs that address or a series that addresses
            significant figures, events, or developments and draw
            their content from humanities scholarship.



               The International Research Experiences for
            Students (IRES) program supports development of
            globally-engaged U.S. science and engineering
            students capable of performing in an international
            research environment at the forefront of science and
            engineering. The IRES program supports active
8/21/2012   research participation by students enrolled as
            undergraduates or graduate students in any of the
            areas of research funded by the National Science
            Foundation. IRES projects involve students in
            meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in
            research projects specifically designed for the IRES
            program.
            To address these challenges, The American
            Association for the Advancement of Science manages
            and administers Science & Technology Policy
            Fellowships in five program areas to provide the
            opportunity for accomplished scientists and engineers
            to participate in and contribute to the federal
9/1/2012    policymaking process while learning firsthand about
            the intersection of science and policy. The fellowships
            in congressional offices are funded by approximately
            30 partner scientific and engineering societies. The
            fellowships in executive branch agencies are funded
            by the hosting offices.


            The National Historical Publications and Records
            Commission seeks proposals to strengthen archives
            and historical records programs in each of the states
9/6/2012
            and build a national archival network.


            The objective of this funding opportunity is to provide
            youth the opportunity to connect with the natural
            world by participating in hands-on environmental
            educational experiences through outdoor programs
            and field classrooms to youth and families, working in
            conjunction with a variety of schools and other youth-
9/12/2012   focused nonprofit organizations. These experiences
            will provide academic, experiential, and
            environmental education opportunities in order for
            youth and families to gain a better understanding and
            appreciation of natural resource management
            objectives and stewardship of the land.


            The Industry/University Cooperative Research
            Centers (I/UCRC) program develops long-term
            partnerships among industry, academe, and
            government. The centers are catalyzed by a small
            investment from the National Science Foundation
            (NSF) and are primarily supported by industry center
            members, with NSF taking a supporting role in the
            development and evolution of the center. Each center
            is established to conduct research that is of interest to
9/28/2012   both the industry members and the center faculty. An
            I/UCRC contributes to the Nation's research
            infrastructure base and enhances the intellectual
            capacity of the engineering and science workforce
            through the integration of research and education. As
            appropriate, an I/UCRC uses international
            collaborations to advance these goals within the
            global context.


10/1/2012
             The ACLS Fellowship program invites research
             applications in all disciplines of the humanities and
             related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the
             project should be a major piece of scholarly work by
10/2/2012
             the applicant. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g.,
             novels or films), textbooks, straightforward
             translation, or pedagogical projects.

             The National Historical Publications and Records
             Commission seeks proposals that promote the
             preservation and use of the nation's most valuable
             archival resources. Projects should expand our
10/4/2012    understanding of the American past by facilitating and
             enhancing access to primary source materials.




             The National Historical Publications and Records
             Commission seeks projects that are exploring
             innovative methods to improve the preservation,
             public discovery, or use of historical records. Projects
10/4/2012    may also focus on techniques and tools that will
             improve the professional performance and
             effectiveness of those who work with such records,
             such as archivists, documentary editors, and records
             managers.

             The National Historical Publications and Records
             Commission seeks proposals to publish historical
             records of national significance. Projects may focus
             on the papers of major figures from American life or
10/4/2012    cover broad historical movements in politics, military,
             business, social reform, the arts, and other aspects of
             the national experience.


             The National Science Foundation's Division of
             Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of
             Social and Economic Sciences (SES), National Center
             for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES), and
10/15/2012
             the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA)
             award grants to doctoral students to improve the
             quality of dissertation research.

             Through SEES Fellows, NSF seeks to enable the
             discoveries needed to inform actions that lead to
12/3/2012    environmental, energy and societal sustainability
             while creating the necessary workforce to address
             these challenges.
             These grants support ancillary public humanities
             programs to accompany NEH on the Road traveling
             exhibitions. Typical formats involve lectures, reading
             and discussion programs, film discussion programs,
12/27/2012
             Chautauqua presentations by scholars, family
             programs, exhibition tours, or other appropriate
             formats for reaching the general public.

             As part of the Initiative for Science, Engineering, and
             Technology, the American Academy of Arts and
             Sciences has established the Hellman Fellowship in
             Science and Technology Policy for an early-career
             professional with training in science or engineering
1/11/2013    who is interested in transitioning to a career in public
             policy and administration. While in residence, the
             Hellman Fellow will work with senior scientists and
             policy experts on critical national and international
             policy issues related to science, engineering, and
             technology.

             The Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI)
             serves to increase access to shared scientific and
             engineering instruments for research and research
             training in our Nation's institutions of higher
             education, museums, science centers, and not-for-
             profit organizations.




1/24/2013
             The National Science Foundation encourages the
             submission of industry-defined fundamental research
             proposals from NSF Industry/University Cooperative
             Research Centers (I/UCRC) in areas of shared value
             to both centers and their members. Industry-defined
             fundamental research broadens the scientific and
 2/6/2013    engineering understanding beyond the more specific
             applied research interests of the industries
             traditionally served by the I/UCRC. Industry
             participation extends the scope and horizon of center
             research projects so as to drive innovation with
             industrially relevant fundamental research projects.


             The Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
             (EESE) program funds research and educational
             projects that improve ethics education in all fields of
             science and engineering that NSF supports, with
             priority consideration given to interdisciplinary, inter-
 3/1/2013    institutional, and international contexts. Although the
             primary focus is on improving ethics education for
             graduate students in NSF-funded fields, the proposed
             programs may benefit advanced undergraduates as
             well.

             The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
             Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
             encourages Research Conference Grant (R13)
             applications to conduct health disparities-related
             meetings, workshops, and symposia. The purpose of
             the Academic-Community Partnership Conference
             Series is to bring together academic
             institutions/organizations and community
             organizations to identify opportunities for addressing
             health disparities through the use of Community-
             Based Participatory Research (CBPR). The objectives
             of meetings conducted as part of this award will be to:
10/17/2013   (1) establish and/or enhance academic-community
             partnerships; (2) identify community-driven research
             priorities, and (3) develop long-term collaborative
             CBPR research agendas. Thus, it is expected these
             partnerships will lead to grant applications for the
             support of CBPR projects designed to meet identified
             community needs. The areas of focus for these
             partnerships may include one or more of the following
             community-health issues: infant mortality; Sudden
             Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS); fibroid tumors;
             childhood, adolescent, and/or adult obesity; health
             literacy; techniques for outreach and information
             dissemination; pediatric and maternal HIV/AIDS
                              The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
                              National Institutes of Health invites Research
                              Education (R25) applications to promote diversity in
                              undergraduate and health professional participant
                              populations by providing short-term research
                              education support to stimulate career development in
                              cardiovascular, pulmonary, hematologic, and sleep
                              disorders research. The overall goal of the program is
                              to provide research opportunities for individuals from
                              backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical science,
                              including individuals from disadvantaged
          2/7/2014            backgrounds, individuals from underrepresented racial
                              and ethnic groups, and individuals with disabilities
                              that will significantly contribute to a diverse research
                              workforce in the future. The research opportunities
                              should be of sufficient depth to enable the
                              participants, upon completion of the program, to have
                              a thorough exposure to the principles underlying the
                              conduct of research, and help prepare participants
                              interested in research to pursue competitive
                              fellowships, or other research training or career
                              development awards.

                              The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
                              Alcoholism (NIAAA) invites applications for the
                              purpose of fostering international collaborations
                              between alcohol research investigators within the
                              United States and investigators located at non-United
                              States laboratories and performance sites for the
                              mutual advancement of our understanding of alcohol
          9/7/2014            problems and of clinical and public health approaches
                              to their solutions. The program is intended to provide
                              funds for research activities to be undertaken jointly
                              between the U.S. and non-U.S. laboratory that
                              expands the research direction of both the U.S. and
                              non-U.S. laboratories in a collaborative manner.


                             Permit professors, researchers, and other senior
                             academics to find temporary refuge at universities and
                             colleges anywhere in the world, enabling them to
                             pursue their academic work and to continue to share
                             their knowledge with students, colleagues, and the
 1/1, 4/1, 10/1 annually for community at large. When conditions improve, these
non-emergency; ongoing for scholars will return home to help rebuild universities
         emergency           and societies ravaged by fear, conflict, and repression;
                             if safe return is not possible, the scholar may use the
                             fellowship period to identify a longer-term
                             opportunity. 3 months-one year; up to $25,000 plus
                             health insurance
                                  To support the final year of dissertation writing for
                                  projects that contribute to our understanding of
        1/15 annually             contemporary religious communities; focus on North
                                  American Christianity. $18,000 for twelve months

                                  Senior and postdoctoral: $42,000 per year; pre-
                                  doctoral: $27,000 per year fellowships are available
                                  for three to twelve months provides opportunities to
                                  pursue research topics that relate to Latino art, culture,
                                  and history interdisciplinary studies are encouraged
                                  and can be undertaken at more than one of the
                                  Smithsonian museums and/or research units and
                                  advised by one or more of the Smithsonian research
                                  staff members while not a condition of the award,
        1/15 annually             Fellows are invited to pursue a portion of their project
                                  in the field: at other museums or research facilities, as
                                  well as in communities where primary data can be
                                  collected; a research and travel allowance will be
                                  made available to cover additional costs of spending
                                  up to one third of the fellowship tenure away from the
                                  Smithsonian, if appropriate and necessary, but not at
                                  the Fellow’s home institution



                                  $27,000 per year allow students to conduct research
        1/15 annually             for periods of three to twelve months

                                  $42,000 per year fellowships of three to twelve
                                  months are available
        1/15 annually


                                  Allow students to conduct research for 10-week
                                  periods in association with Smithsonian research staff
        1/15 annually
                                  members

                                  To improve the quality of dissertation research.
  1/15 annually for poli sci,     Aallow doctoral students to undertake significant data-
linguistics, cult anthro, law &   gathering projects and to conduct field research in
  social science, research on     settings away from their campus, among other things
science & technology surveys      that would not otherwise be possible through the
             & stats;             student’s university
                      Supports scientific research of all types that focuses
                      on human language as an object of investigation. The
                      program supports research on the syntactic, semantic,
                      phonetic, and phonological properties of individual
                      languages and of language in general; the
                      psychological processes involved in the use of
1/15, 7/15 annually   language; the development of linguistic capacities in
                      children; social and cultural factors in language use,
                      variation, and change; the acoustics of speech and the
                      physiological and psychological processes involved in
                      the production and perception of speech; and the
                      biological bases of language in the brain


                      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
1/15, 7/15 annually   the objective of leading to better educated children
                      and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                      as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                      proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                      total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                      workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                      budget of approximately $15,000)


                      Supports basic research on human and social
                      behavior, including cultural differences and
                      development over the life span. Among the many
                      research topics supported are: attitude formation and
1/15, 7/15 annually   change, social cognition, personality processes,
                      interpersonal relations and group processes, the self,
                      emotion, social comparison and social influence, and
                      the psychophysiological and neurophysiological bases
                      of social behavior

                      Favor proposals that have a strong original research
                      component often includes a structured analysis of data
                      or policies that yields a publishable result and makes a
                      contribution to the body of evidence in support of
1/15, 7/15 annually   viable solutions to problems of common U.S.-Japan
                      interest could also include visiting fellowships in
                      particular policy areas, study groups, or other formats
                      Projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in
                      the U.S. and/or U.S. in Japan, but also deal with
                      concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship
                      types of projects: 1) print media- exchange programs,
                      fellowships, research, etc. involving journalists,
                      editors, or other print media professionals leading to
                      professional development and/or an article series of
                      publication; 2) broadcast media: exchange programs,
1/15, 7/15 annually   fellowships, research, symposiums, etc. involving
                      broadcast journalists, editors, or other broadcast
                      media professionals resulting in professional
                      development and/or a story series of other special
                      coverage, 3) documentary film/video (and other multi-
                      media)- documentary films about Japan and the U.S.-
                      Japan relationship, 4) other- unique approaches to
                      strengthening the U.S.-Japan relationships


                      Grants in several program areas: 1) inter-program
                      initiatives for social and economic justice, 2) Jewish
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      life and values, 3) health, 4) environment/
                      contemplative practice, 5) arts and culture
                      Basic scientific research about the causes,
                      consequences, and complexities of human social and
                      cultural variability. Research may target any
                      appropriate scale or scales from local to regional to
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      global. Encourage innovative research that contributes
                      to building spatially and temporally specific theory
                      that extends understanding beyond individual case
                      studies
                      Supports social scientific studies of law and law-like
                      systems of rules, institutions, processes, and
                      behaviors. The primary consideration is that the
                      research shows promise of advancing a scientific
                      understanding of law and legal processes; within this
                      framework, the Program has an “open window” for
                      diverse theoretical perspectives, methods and contexts
                      for study. Proposals are welcome that advance
1/15, 8/15 annually   fundamental knowledge about legal interactions,
                      processes, relations, and diffusions that extend beyond
                      any single nation as well as about how local and
                      national legal institutions, systems, and cultures affect
                      or are affected by transnational or international
                      phenomenon. In addition to standard proposals,
                      planning grant and travel support requests to lay the
                      foundation for research are welcome
                      Research on the geographic distributions and
                      interactions of human, physical, and biotic systems on
                      the Earth’s surface. investigations are encouraged into
                      the nature, causes, and consequences of human
                      activity and natural environmental processes across a
                      range of scales. Projects on a variety of topics (both
                      domestic and international) qualify for support if they
1/15, 8/15 annually   offer promise of contributing to scholarship by
                      enhancing geographical knowledge, concepts,
                      theories, methods, and their application to societal
                      problems and concerns. Support is also provided for
                      projects that explicitly integrate undergraduate and
                      graduate education into the overall research agenda


                      Supports scientific research that advances knowledge
                      and understanding of citizenship, government, and
                      politics. Substantive areas include, but are not limited
                      to, American government and politics, comparative
1/15, 8/15 annually
                      government and politics, international relations,
                      political behavior, political economy, and political
                      institutions

                      Supports basic research on all forms of human social
                      organization—societies, institutions, groups and
                      demography—and processes of individual and
1/15, 8/15 annually   institutional change the Program encourages
                      theoretically focused empirical investigations aimed at
                      improving the explanation of fundamental social
                      processes
                      -an interdisciplinary program in the Social,
                      Behavioral, and Economic Sciences that supports the
1/16; 8/16 annually   development of innovative analytical and statistical
                      methods and models for those sciences

                      Supports scientific research directed at increasing the
                      understanding and effectiveness of decision making
                      by individuals, groups, organizations, and society
                      disciplinary and interdisciplinary research and
                      workshops are funded in the areas of judgment and
                      decision making; decision analysis and decision aids;
1/18; 8/18 annually   risk analysis, perception, and communication; societal
                      and public policy decision making; management
                      science and organizational design the program also
                      supports small grants for exploratory research of a
                      time-critical or high-risk, potentially transformative
                      nature
                      Supports research designed to improve the
                      understanding of the processes and the institutions of
                      the U.S. economy and of the world system of which it
                      is a part this program also strengthens both empirical
                      and theoretical economic analysis as well as the
                      methods for rigorous research on economic behavior.
                      Welcome proposals for individual or multi-
1/18; 8/18 annually   investigator research projects, conferences,
                      workshops, symposia, experimental research, data
                      collection and dissemination, and computer equipment
                      and other instrumentation. Also funds conferences and
                      interdisciplinary research that strengthens links among
                      economics and the other social and behavioral sciences


                      -to advance a rigorous understanding of how the
                      human brain supports thought, perception, affect,
                      action, social processes, and other aspects of cognition
1/24; 8/27 annually
                      and behavior, including how such processes develop
                      and change in the brain and through time

                      A 3 year fellowship provides all educational expenses
                      during the school year including tuition, books, fees,
                      and approved travel expenses; education expenses for
                      summer study or university research; a stipend for
                      living expenses; support for attending approved
  1/31 annually       scientific conferences; a mentor who is a staff member
                      at AT&T Labs. Each recipient of a fellowship is
                      placed in a summer internship in the first summer to
                      work as a part of research teams on various ongoing
                      projects within AT&T Labs

                      Preference is given to projects that deal with
                      contemporary issues in the social sciences and issues
                      of policy relevance. May be for new projects, support
                      for research in progress (including final work on a
  1/31 annually       dissertation), or travel funds. Preference is given to
                      scholars in the initial stages of their
                      careers—advanced graduate students and untenured
                      assistant professors and instructors. Typically for one
                      year
                      To educate journalists so their work can improve
                      public understanding about global health issues. One
                      fellowship will go to a U.S. citizen and one to a non-
                      U.S. citizen. To pursue a concentrated course of study
                      at Harvard’s School of Public Health. Will have
                      access to faculty and courses across the university. At
  1/31 annually       the conclusion of the academic year at Harvard, the
                      fellows will begin 3 to 4 months of journalistic field
                      work in a developing country which is intended to
                      provide an intensive learning and reporting experience
                      in countries with the most pressing problems in global
                      health. A stipend of $60,000, a housing allowance,
                      and childcare support
                Resident program at Harvard for one year must agree
                to four stipulations: return at the end of the sabbatical
                year to the employer who granted the leave of
                absence, refrain from professional work during the
                period of the fellowship, complete all the work in two
                academic courses of their choice, remain in residence
                in the Cambridge areas each term while classes are in
1/31 annually   session at least 12 fellowships per year. In addition,
                two special fellows are chosen: 1) community
                journalism- for someone who works for daily
                newspapers with less than 50,000 circulation 2) arts
                and culture- for someone specializing in arts and
                culture reporting a stipend of $60,000, a housing
                allowance, and childcare support


                The goal of the program is to increase the supply of,
                demand for, and use of high-quality research in the
                service of improved youth outcomes and well-being to
                accomplish this goal, the program gives researchers
                the opportunity to immerse themselves in practice or
                policy settings and conversely gives influential mid-
                career practitioners and policymakers the opportunity
1/6 annually    to work in research settings each Fellow will receive
                up to $175,000 for the total duration of the fellowship
                which may range between 6 months and 2
                yearsFellowship activity must amount to a minimum
                of half of a person-year at the fellowship site(s) over
                the duration of the project


                To support Japan-U.S. collaborative policy-oriented
                projects in the following areas: 1) traditional and non-
10/1 annually   traditional approaches to security and diplomacy, 2)
                global and regional economic issues, 3) role of civil
                society
                Six to eight fellowships of $45,000 for scholars
10/1 annually   working on topics related to the theme (changes
                annually)
                Funds to support any legitimate professional
                development need (e.g., travel to a professional
10/1 annually
                meeting, travel to conduct interviews, purchase of
                databases). Up to $2,000
                      Supports Ph.D. dissertation research on American
                      foreign policy, international relations, international
                      security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic
                      and military history objective is to support the
                      research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations
                      through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and
  10/1 annually       language training in evaluating applications, the
                      Foundation will accord preference to those projects
                      that could directly inform US policy debates and
                      thinking, rather than dissertations that are principally
                      focused on abstract theory or debates within a
                      scholarly discipline up to twenty grants of $7,500 each
                      will be awarded

                      Supports innovative peace building projects involving
                      research, the identification of promising models and
                      effective practices, the development of practitioner
                      resources and tools, the development and delivery of
                      education, training and dialogue programs, and the
                      production of films, radio programs, and other media
  10/1 annually       projects are focused on preventing, managing and
                      resolving violent conflict and promoting post-conflict
                      peace building in settings outside the border of the
                      U.S. awards generally range from $40,000 to
                      $120,000 and are one to two years in duration


                      Residential fellowships in Washington D.C. for
                      scholarship related to key public policy challenges or
                      providing the historical and/or cultural framework to
                      illuminate policy issues of contemporary importance
                      try to ensure that stipend and other funding sources
                      together approximate regular salary with maximum
  10/1 annually       stipend of $85,000; includes round trip travel for
                      fellows and dependents; 75% of health insurance
                      premiums get an office, access to professional
                      librarians, a part-time research assistant, and a
                      computer expected to devote full time to the
                      fellowship, be in residence from September through
                      May, and participate in Center activities

                      A program of small grants intended to support the cost
                      of research leading to publication in all areas of
                      knowledge. Particularly designed to help meet the cost
                      of travel to libraries and archives for research
                      purposes; the purchase of microfilm, photocopies or
10/1; 12/1 annually   equivalent research materials; the costs associated
                      with fieldwork; or laboratory research expenses. The
                      Society is especially interested in supporting the work
                      of young scholars who have recently received the
                      doctorate. From $1,000-$6,000
                           For people who have been granted a sabbatical for
                           work in the humanities and social sciences but for
                           whom financial support from the home institution is
    10/15 annually
                           available for only part of the year. $30,000-$40,000
                           for the second half of an awarded sabbatical year

                           Fellowships offered in a number of interdisciplinary
                           areas encompassing gender in science, technology,
                           engineering, math and medicine, and gendered
                           innovations in knowledge. Fellows must be in
                           residence at the Clayman Institute for the duration of
    10/15 annually         their fellowship during the 2010-2011 academic year.
                           Stipends range from $36,000 for postdoctoral scholars
                           to $60,000 for senior faculty. Applications for one,
                           two, or three quarters will be considered for
                           individuals or small groups

                           -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                           regularly in formal and informal sessions while
    10/15 annually
                           pursuing their individual study, research, and writing

                           For proposals rooted in any humanities discipline
10/15, 2/1, 5/1 annually   most fall within the $3,000-$10,000 range

                           For advanced study in the humanities at the Center in
                           Research Triangle Park, NC. Most of the fellowships
                           are unrestricted in terms of topic. Up to $60,000.
 10/15/2012 annually       Library support, support for IT and editorial
                           assistance are provided along with private study,
                           conference rooms, and central areas; the Center
                           locates housing for Fellows
                           Offers an in-depth understanding of the political,
                           economic, and cultural environment of Germany and
                           Europe through a 9-month professional fellowship
                           program two high-level work phases in major German
                           institutions including the federal government, private
                           corporations, law firms, media outlets, associations,
 10/15/2012 annually       and cultural organizations. Three seminars throughout
                           Europe about issues facing the E.U. and Germany
                           today. Receive a monthly stipend, all travel costs,
                           health insurance; intensive German language training
                           as needed program begins September 2009


                           -residential fellowships for Fellows who meet
                           regularly in formal and informal sessions while
 10/15/2012 annually
                           pursuing their individual study, research, and writing
                 The purpose is to help train qualified individuals for
                 careers in Jewish scholarship and research, and to help
                 Jewish educational, religious, and communal workers
                 obtain advanced training for leadership positions. The
10/31 annually   amount of the scholarship varies in accordance with
                 the cost of living in the country where the student is
                 studying; grants range up to $10,000 a year. Grants
                 are for one academic year and can be renewed up to a
                 maximum of four years

                 Residential program for scholars committed to and
                 willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                 colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                 receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                 of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
11/1 annually    Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                 research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                 will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                 one semester-long course during the year, to
                 participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                 and to interact regularly with students

                 Residential program for scholars committed to and
                 willing to contribute to enhancing the diversity of
                 colleges in the consortium and their faculties. Will
                 receive compensation equivalent to the compensation
                 of a starting one-year instructor at the host institution.
11/1 annually    Modest funds will be available to finance proposed
                 research, and mentoring of teaching and scholarship
                 will be provided. Expected to teach the equivalent of
                 one semester-long course during the year, to
                 participate in functions such as departmental seminars,
                 and to interact regularly with students

                 Stimulate both basic and policy-relevant research
                 about the early education, health and well-being of
                 children living in immigrant families from birth to age
11/1 annually    ten, particularly those who are living in low-income
                 families. Three to four fellowships of up to $150,000
                 for use over one to three years will be awarded

                 The purpose is to provide opportunities for continuing
                 generations of able and accomplished New Americans
                 to achieve leadership in their chosen fields fellowships
                 are grants for up to two years of graduate study in the
11/1 annually    United States. Each year of the program, the fellow
                 will receive a maintenance grant of $20,000 and a
                 tuition grant of 1/2 the tuition cost of the U.S.
                 graduate program attended by the fellow
                          Two residential fellowships will be awarded each year
                          to scholars who have completed their research and
                          analysis and who need time to think and write about
                          topics important to the understanding of humankind
                          resident scholars may approach their research from the
     11/1 annually        perspective of anthropology or from related fields
                          such as history, sociology, art, and philosophy
                          provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                          campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                          and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                          9/1 through 5/31

                          Residential fellowships will be awarded each year for
                          scholars who have completed their research and
                          analysis and who need time to think and write about
                          topics important to the understanding of humankind
     11/1 annually        provided with low-cost housing and office space on
                          campus, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance,
                          and other benefits during a nine-month tenure from
                          9/1 through 5/31

                          The goal of the National Robotics Initiative is to
                          accelerate the development and use of robots in the
11/3 and 12/15 Annually
                          United States that work beside, or cooperatively with,
                          people.
                          Created to encourage emerging leaders in the field of
                          aging. A two-year grant award of up to $125,000 each
                          year to cover 75% of the fellow’s time, base salary,
                          and fringe benefits. must agree to commit at least 75%
     11/5 annually        of time for career development during each of the two
                          years of the fellowship and propose a project related
                          to the field of aging that will contribute to the
                          candidate’s career development and also serve to
                          enhance his/her leadership skills

                          Awards fellowships each year for independent
                          projects in fields selected on a six-year rotation of
                          topics. Ten fellowships will be rewarded in the fields
     11/9 annually        of history and philosophy. Stipends of $25,000.
                          Support is intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves
                          or for independent scholars to devote a substantial
                          block of time to the project
                          To give early to mid-career communication scholars
                          and journalists an opportunity to learn more about
                          Congress and the legislative process through direct
                          participation. Orientation in November and office
     12/1 annually
                          assignments as full-time legislative aides in the House
                          and/or Senate run from December to August. Stipend
                          of $38,000 plus a small travel allowance
                              For advanced German and European studies. For
                              doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral
                              research leading to the completion of a monograph. A
        12/1 annually
                              residential program. There is a bi-weekly colloquium
                              which brings together Fellows and leading German
                              scholars
                              Fellowships fund a year of advanced study in an Asian
                              language in Asia for people who plan to use an Asian
       12/30 annually
                              language in their careers. Study must start between
                              June 2009 and May 2010
                              Funding grants relevant to nutritional research: 1) to
                              support programs for the education and training of
                              mothers during pregnancy and after the birth of their
                              children. 2) to assist in the training of people to work
       12/31 annually         as educators and demonstrators of good nutritional
                              practices. 3) to encourage the dissemination of
                              information regarding healthful nutritional practices
                              and habits

                           To spend an academic year studying and reporting in
                           Latin America and the Caribbean. Expected to take a
                           minimum of 3 university courses, participate in the
      12/31 annually
                           Scholarship Fund’s Reporting Program, and undertake
                           and submit to the Scholarship Fund a major research
                           project
                           Support for projects that work to advance transparent,
                           accountable, and just policies. Domestically
                           concerned about the promotion of a more equitable,
 st                        accountable, and transparent economic recovery.
1 week in August and March
                           Internationally concerned with projects that advance
         annually
                           policies that further normalize US-Cuban relations as
                           well as proposals that work to foster more just policies
                           on a range of international issues

                              To fund research on congressional leadership and the
                              US Congress. From a few hundred dollars to $3,500
        2/1 annually          and normally for one year. Funds can cover almost
                              any aspect of a qualified research project

                              To increase understanding of the causes,
                              manifestations, and control of violence, aggression,
                              and dominance in relation to social change, the
        2/1 annually          socialization of children, intergroup conflict, interstate
                              warfare, crime, family relationships, and
                              investigations of the control of aggression and violence
                    A sabbatical year of study and reflection. Fellows
                    devise a plan of study and select classes from the full
                    range of courses offered at U. Michigan and
                    prominent journalists and leading academics give
                    twice-weekly seminars. $70,000 for September
                    through April plus all tuition, fees, and Fellowship
  2/1 annually      news tours; stipends vary for international students.
                    Must agree not to publish or broadcast during the
                    Fellowship. Must maintain Ann Arbor residency and
                    attend all program seminars and meetings. Typically
                    12 Americans are joined by 6 international colleagues


                    Fellows spend a year working as assistants to senior
                    White House staff, the Vice President, Cabinet
                    Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials
                    responsibilities range from chairing interagency
                    meetings and designing and implementing Federal
  2/1 annually      policies to drafting speeches for cabinet secretaries to
                    representing their agencies on Capitol Hill and in
                    international treaty negotiations Fellows receive a
                    salary and benefits with salary paid at the Federal pay
                    grade GS-14 step 3

                    Supports research on perception, action and cognition
                    including the development of these capacities.
                    Emphasis is on research strongly grounded in theory.
                    Research topics include vision, audition, haptics,
                    attention, memory, reasoning, written and spoken
                    discourse, motor control, and developmental issues in
                    all topic areas. The program encompasses a wide
2/1, 8/1 annually   range of theoretical perspectives, such as symbolic
                    computation, connectionism, ecological, nonlinear
                    dynamics, and complex systems, and a variety of
                    methodologies including both experimental studies
                    and modeling. Research involving acquired or
                    developmental deficits is appropriate if the results
                    speak to basic issues of perception, action, and
                    cognition
                               The Fellowship Program is a major part of the
                               Foundation’s program interest in strengthening
                               America’s “intellectual infrastructure” at the higher-
                               education level. It helps fulfill the two basic
                               prerequisites for liberal education—good teaching and
                               good curriculum—by enabling colleges and
                               universities to offer students in the advanced stages of
                               graduate work the opportunity to pursue serious
                               studies with excellent teachers. The Foundation
                               chooses institutions of higher education each year to
2/1; 5/1; 8/1; 11/1 annually   support graduate and post-graduate students who are
                               designated as Bradley Fellows. The Fellows are
                               chosen by each institution upon the recommendation
                               of one or more distinguished professors in the
                               humanities, social sciences, and the law. There are
                               two primary objectives of the program: first, to
                               recognize and encourage excellence in private liberal
                               arts education; and second, to support projects or
                               activities that will have a significant positive impact
                               on the quality of the liberal arts


                               To engage in high-quality professional development
                               and lead colleagues in professional growth. The grant
 2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually      amount is $2,000 for individuals and $5,000 for
                               groups engaged in collegial study

                               Grants of $5,000 to improve the academic
                               achievement of students by engaging in critical
                               thinking and problem solving that deepen knowledge
 2/1; 6/1; 10/15 annually      of standards-based subject matter. The work should
                               also improve students’ habits of inquiry, self-directed
                               learning, and critical reflection

                               To examine historical, philosophical, and sociological
                               questions that arise in connection with science,
                               engineering, and technology, and their respective
                               interactions with society. 4 components: 1) ethics and
                               values in science, engineering, and technology; 2)
                               history and philosophy of science, engineering, and
                               technology; 3) social studies of science, engineering,
                               and technology; 4) studies of policy, science,
     2/1; 8/1 annually         engineering, and technology. Encourage submissions
                               of hybrid proposals that strive to integrate research
                               involving 2 or more of these core areas. Multiple
                               modes of support: scholar awards, standard research
                               grants and grants for collaborative research,
                               postdoctoral fellowships, professional development
                               fellowships, conference and workshop awards
                               To spend an academic year devoted to a research
                               project leading to the publication of a first book
                               focusing on some aspect of Christianity in North
       2/15 annually
                               America. Up to $40,000. Grantees must be released
                               from all teaching and committee responsibilities
                               during the award year
                               Supports scientific research directed at advancing
                               understanding of innovation and organizational
                               phenomena. Levels of analysis may include, but are
                               not limited to, individuals, groups and/or institutional
                               arrangements. Disciplinary perspectives may include,
                               but are not limited to, organizational theory,
                               organizational behavior, organizational sociology,
                               social and industrial psychology, public
                               administration, computer and information sciences,
     2/2; 9/3 annually         complexity sciences, decision and management
                               sciences. Research methods may span a broad variety
                               of qualitative and quantitative methods including, but
                               not limited to, archival analyses, surveys, simulation
                               studies, experiments, comparative case studies, and
                               network analyses. Research may involve industrial,
                               educational, service, government, not-for-profits,
                               voluntary organizations or interorganizational
                               arrangements


                               For research in Native American linguistics and
                               ethnohistory, focusing on the continental U.S. and
       3/1 annually            Canada. Given for a maximum of one year from date
                               of award to cover travel, tapes, and consultants’ fees.
                               From $1,000-$3,500
                               Grants are for 1 month and do not include residence at
                               the Wilson Center for scholars working on policy
3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1 annually
                               relevant projects on East Europe

                              Grants for up to one month to study the former Soviet
                              Union (excluding the Baltic States). policy-relevant
3/1; 6/1; 9/1; 12/ 1 annually research is preferred stipend of $100 per day must be
                              in residence in Washington D.C. for the duration of
                              the grant
                              Focus on democratic theory and practice. Fellows
                              participate in workshops and meetings, engage in
                              research projects, writing reports and reviewing
        3/15 annually
                              literature related to the Foundation’s program areas.
                              In residence at the Foundation’s Dayton, Ohio offices
                              for one academic year
                              For social scientists to study the African Diaspora
         3/2 annually
                      Focus most of funding in the following areas: 1) peace
                      and security- to provide for better protection and
                      safety in areas of armed conflict by improving U.S.
                      and international peace operations, military policy,
                      and police practices. 2) environment and
                      sustainability- advancing ecologically healthy,
                      economically sustainable, and socially just visions for
                      the management and use of fresh water in the western
                      U.S.; reducing the U.S. contribution to the global
 3/7, 9/7 annually    climate crisis; promoting community-based strategies
                      to support healthy ecosystems and thriving rural
                      communities. 3) population and reproductive health-
                      achieving a healthy planet; ensuring and improving
                      access to family planning and reproductive health
                      services within the U.S. Believe that research and
                      activism should inform each other, and that both
                      perspectives are necessary for productive public
                      debate and effective policy change


                      To promote the creativity, commitment, and service of
                      ten students who are nominated by 10 selected
                      colleges and universities in the U.S. Each Mentor
 3/7, 9/7 annually    Fellow designs a project of social merit that focuses
                      on the environment, peace and conflict resolution,
                      reproductive health, and/or equal opportunity

                      Support for the training of researchers to provide
                      initial funding leading to an independent career in
                      cancer research (including basic, preclinical, clinical,
                      cancer control, psychosocial, behavioral,
4/1, 10/15 annually   epidemiology, health services, and health policy
                      research). Awards may be for three years with
                      progressive stipends of $44,000, $46,000, and
                      $48,000 per year plus a $4,000 per year fellowship
                      allowance
                      Support for investigator-initiated research projects in
                      health services and health policy outcomes research.
4/1, 10/15 annually   Awards may be for four years and for as much as
                      $200,000 per year direct costs

                      The Research Program will focus on the following
                      areas: -Increasing knowledge about the marketplace
                      and the consumer Increasing knowledge about digital
4/1/12 and 11/1/12
                      technologies Increasing knowledge about innovation
                      in digital communications

                      To support dissertation expenses for studies that have
                      the potential for adding significantly to knowledge
                      about problems in the functioning or well being of
4/15, 11/1 annually   children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                      about interventions designed to prevent or alleviate.
                      Up to $5,000 such problems
                       To support studies to develop, refine, evaluate, or
                       disseminate innovative interventions designed to
                       prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological,
                       behavioral, or public health problems affecting
4/15, 11/1 annually
                       children, adults, couples, families, or communities, or
                       studies that have the potential for adding significantly
                       to knowledge about such problems up to $20,000

                       -The AVH Foundation will grant up to half of the
                       funding for a new collaborative project, such as a joint
4/30; 10/31 annually
                       study, critical edition, or seed money for an
                       international conference
                       Promotes distinctive learning and research
                       experiences in science, engineering and the liberal arts
                       at undergraduate colleges in Foundation-designated
 5/1, 11/1 annually    states or through organizations that address
                       undergraduate needs at the national level grants from
                       $200,000 to $1 million

                       Program is designed to encourage research and
                       promote the study of cultural, political, historical,
                       economic and social aspects of modern and
                       contemporary German affairs from an inter- and
                       multidisciplinary perspective. Intent is to provide an
 5/1; 11/1 annually    opportunity for short-term exploratory research to
                       determine the viability or to delimit the scope of
                       proposed dissertations. Applicants are expected to
                       have completed two years of college German.
                       Research support ranging from 1,500 to 2,500 Euro is
                       intended to offset living and travel costs

                       This program contributes to the Foundation’s overall
                       mission to support basic research in anthropology and
                       to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source
                       of vibrant and significant work that furthers our
                       understanding of humanity’s cultural and biological
                       origins, development, and variation there is no
                       preference for any methodology, research location, or
                       subfield The Foundation particularly welcomes
                       proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can
                       generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or
 5/1; 11/1 annually    integrate two or more subfields Dissertation
                       Fieldwork Grants: maximum of $20,000 with no time
                       limit to aid doctoral or thesis research Hunt
                       Postdoctoral Fellowships: support writing-up of
                       already completed research; $40,000 for 12 months of
                       continuous full-time writing but can apply for a
                       shorter time period Post-Ph.D. Research Grants: to
                       support individual research projects; maximum of
                       $25,000 toward research expenses with no time limit
                                The SPSSI Committee on Grants-in-Aid (GIA) wishes
                                to support scientific research in social problem areas
                                related to the basic interests and goals of SPSSI and
  5/15 and 10/20 annually
                                particularly those that are not likely to receive support
                                from traditional sources.

                                Grants for 1-3 months in all academic disciplines to
                                pursue research at universities, libraries, archives,
5/15, 11/15 and at least four   institutes or laboratories in Germany. Monthly stipend
  months before projected       ranges from 1,840 to 2,240 Euro depending on
   research stay annually       academic status with possible travel subsidy for travel
                                within Germany for research project

                                To enable doctoral candidates to pursue their
        7/1 annually            dissertation research in India. Awards are available for
                                up to 11 months
                                For people who specialize in South Asia to pursue
                                research in India. Short-term awards are available for
        7/1 annually
                                up to 4 months. Long-term awards are available for 6-
                                9 months
                                For people who have not previously specialized in
        7/1 annually            Indian studies to pursue research in India. Awards
                                may be granted for periods of 6-9 months
                                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
       7/15 annually            the objective of leading to better educated children
                                and adolescents who grow up to take productive roles
                                as workers and as citizens. The program is accepting
                                proposals for individual investigator projects (average
                                total budget of approximately $100,000 per year) and
                                workshops/ small conferences (average total one-time
                                budget of approximately $15,000)


                                Serve as an intern with NSPP. NSPP seeks to
                                introduce a diverse group of students to issues relating
                                to philanthropy, volunteerism, and nonprofit
                                organizations. The Fellow undertakes general research
                                and program support for the Fund’s grant making and
    7/15/11 for fall 2011       outreach efforts. Must be able to intern for 12-15
                                weeks at the Washington D.C. office of the Aspen
                                Institute; expect that fall and spring internships will be
                                part-time (15-20 hours/week) and summer internships
                                will be full time. Agrant of $2,000-$4,000 will be
                                awarded
                             To support the formation of educational consortia of
                             American and Russian institutions of higher education
                             to encourage mutual socio-cultural-linguistic
                             cooperation; the joint development of curricula,
       7/7 annually          educational materials, and other types of educational
                             and methodological activities; and related educational
                             student and staff mobility (exchanges). Up to
                             $150,000 for 12 months

                             For professional development related to issues that
                             have compelling relevance for theory, and policies or
                             practices, affecting the settings of youth ages 8 to 25
                             in the United States or a vulnerable subpopulation of
                             those youth Candidates must submit five-year research
       7/8 annually          plans that demonstrate creativity, intellectual rigor,
                             and a commitment to continued professional
                             development $350,000 over a five year period this
                             may not be used as a post-doctoral fellowship


                             Grantees lecture and conduct research abroad in a
       8/1 annually
                             wide variety of academic and professional fields
                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the algorithmic
                             foundations program, 2) the communications and
8/30 for medium projects;    information foundations program, and 3) the software
 11/28 for large projects;   and hardware foundations program. Small projects up
 12/17 for small projects    to $500,000 total budget with duration up to 3 years;
         annually            medium projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget
                             with duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years


                             Supports research and education projects that develop
                             new knowledge in 3 core programs: 1) the human-
                             centered computing program, 2) the information
8/30 for medium projects;    integration and informatics program, and 3) the robust
 11/28 for large projects;   intelligence program. Small projects up to $500,000
 12/17 for small projects    total budget with duration up to 3 years; medium
         annually            projects $500,001-$1,200,000 total budget with
                             duration up to 4 years; large projects $1,200,001-
                             $3,000,000 total budget with duration up to 5 years

                             The Fellowship offers a $9000 stipend and tuition
                             assistance for academic coursework. In the spring
                             semester, fellows are full-time graduate students at
      9/1 Annually           Rockefeller College with policy-related field
                             placements for thirty hours a week from January
                             through June. Health plans are available.
                     Funds are to help provide Fellows with blocks of time
                     in which they can work with as much creative freedom
                     as possible; to assist research and artistic creation.
  9/15 annually
                     Fellows may spend their grant funds in any manner
                     they deem necessary to their work. For 6-12 months

                     To provide opportunities for young postdoctoral
                     researchers from non-Japanese countries to conduct,
                     under the guidance of their hosts, cooperative research
                     with leading research groups in universities and other
9/4; 5/12 annually   Japanese institutions. Need to arrange a research plan
                     with a host Japanese researcher in advance. For a
                     period of 12-24 months. Includes a round-trip air
                     ticket, a monthly maintenance allowance, and a
                     settling-in allowance

                     Supports research designed to advance the scientific
                     basis of science and innovation policy. Research
                     funded by the program develops, improves and
                     expands models, analytical tools, data and metrics that
                     can be applied in the science policy decision making
                     process. Proposals may also develop methodologies to
                     analyze science and technology data, and to convey
  9/9 annually       the information to a variety of audiences. Researchers
                     are also encouraged to create or improve science and
                     engineering data, metrics and indicators reflecting
                     current discovery, particularly proposals that
                     demonstrate the viability of collecting and analyzing
                     data on knowledge generation and innovation in
                     organizations


                     To expand professional horizons and enhance
                     understanding of India by spending up to a year on
                     policy oriented research or a related professional
 Contact funder
                     activity in India. Fellowship covers living expenses
                     plus international travel and necessary research
                     expenses
                     To expand intellectual and professional horizons
                     through a period of research or related professional
                     activity in Japan. Basic term of the fellowship is one
 Contact funder      year. Fellowship covers living expenses plus
                     international travel, health and travel insurance, and
                     necessary research expenses

                     To develop a range of programs and initiatives and
                     build important networks of policymakers and
 Contact funder      analysts in the Euro-Atlantic community. Vorking
                     mostly in residence at GMF’s offices in Washington
                     D.C. and Brussels
                 A contest for innovative ideas using digital
                 experiments to transform community news and
                 information exchange. For the development and
                 distribution of neighborhood and community-focused
                 projects, services, and programs. Entries should be
                 designed to improve local online news, deepen
                 community engagement, bring Web 2.0 tools to local
Contact funder   neighborhoods, develop publishing platforms and
                 standards to support local conversations, and/or
                 innovate how we visualize, experience, or interact
                 with information. Entries must use or create digital,
                 open-source technology as the code base; serve the
                 public interest; and benefit one or more specific
                 geographic communities

                 Advance social network theories, methods, and web-
                 based tools to better understand and facilitate social
                 networks in a variety of contexts including
                 communities of practice; science, engineering, and
                 medical communities; and communities involved in
                 emergency response, public health, climate change,
Contact Funder   and virtual worlds up to 3 post doctoral positions to
                 conduct social network research in several of the on-
                 going projects, take leadership in initiating new
                 interdisciplinary research projects, and to co-mentor
                 junior lab members stipend commensurate with
                 qualifications and experience

                 For researching and writing dissertations on topics
                 related to peace, conflict, and international security;
                 should have a research agenda with clear relevance to
                 policy issues $20,000 for 10 months fellows carry out
                 the work at their own universities or other sites
Contact funder   appropriate to their research expected to devote full
                 time attention to their work may be invited to give a
                 presentation at the Institute and to participate in
                 Institute workshops, conferences, and other activities
                                 For research on conflict and peace while in residence
                                 at the Institute for 10 months beginning in October;
                                 shorter term residences are also available priority
                                 given to proposals deemed likely to make timely and
                                 significant contributions to the understanding and
                                 resolution of ongoing and emerging conflicts and
                                 other challenges to international peace and security;
                                 projects should have clear policy relevance fellows
                                 contribute to the collegial life of the Institute by
       Contact funder            presenting their work and participating in workshops,
                                 conferences, and other events; expected to devote full
                                 attention to the fellowship workattempt to match
                                 earned income during the year preceding the
                                 fellowship up to a maximum of $80,000 for 10
                                 months; coverage of 80% of health premiums for the
                                 Fellow and dependents with a cap of $500 per month,
                                 a part-time research assistant, travel to and from D.C.
                                 for Fellow and dependents


                                 Participate in ongoing research projects, collaborate in
                                 the development of new research, learn from and
                                 advice on Urban Institute work while pursuing
                                 independent projects fellows are expected to spend at
                                 least half their time on-site at the Urban Institute for at
                                 least one semester, interact with staff in host Centers,
       Contact funder            give at least one seminar or lecture per semester- open
                                 to all Urban Institute staff, and participate in other UI
                                 panels and roundtables receive an office, computer,
                                 and telephone a limited number of stipends will be
                                 awarded competitively; those who work on funded
                                 research projects or formal proposals may be paid as
                                 consultants

                                 -to study abroad
Contact your local Rotary club
                                 For participatory research with communities in
                                 sustainable natural resource management,
                                 environmental social and economic justice, the
                                 maintenance of traditional lifeways, land use issues,
                                 and other natural resource topics in urban and rural
   early February annually       communities. Community members are full partners
                                 who actively participate in designing and conducting
                                 the research. Focus in the southwest. Up to $7,000 for
                                 masters research, up to $2,000 for pre-dissertation
                                 research, up to $15,000 for dissertation research


                                 A 9 week program providing hands-on research
                                 training and mentoring in social science aspects of
   early February annually
                                 disasters. A stipend and all transportation and lodging
                                 expenses are included
                                Intended to bring to campus persons with whom
                                faculty and students might not otherwise have direct
                                or sustained contact.. Resident fellows are required to
                                contribute to the intellectual life of the humanities at
  early November annually       Berkeley through a series of concrete activities
                                involving students as well as faculty. Honorarium of
                                $10,000 plus airfare and up to $2,000 for housing
                                expenses; up to $500 to cover visa and related fees for
                                international visitors

                                To study at graduate level at a U.K. institution in any
                                field of study. Cover university fees, cost of living
                                expenses, annual book grant, thesis grant, research
                                and daily travel grants, fares to and from the U.S. and,
   early October annually
                                where applicable, a contribution toward the support of
                                a dependent spouse. Tenable for 2 academic years but
                                may be extended to a third year

                               brings visiting scholars to the National Center for
                               Health Statistics in Maryland for a period of 13
                               months. To conduct studies of interest to
First week in January annually policymakers and the health services research
                               community. Have access to NCHS data resources and
                               also work on collaborative projects with NCHS staff

                                To promote comparative international research on the
                                Institute’s core themes: democratization and the
                                quality of democracy, growth and development, public
                                policies for social justice, religion and society, social
                                movements and organized civil society affords
  First week in November        recipients the time to move a research project forward
          annually              in an intellectually stimulating and interdisciplinary
                                environment, share findings, and develop linkages
                                with renowned U.S. and international scholars awards
                                include stipend, travel expenses, office space, partial
                                housing subsidy, and access to campus facilities


  January, May, September       3 programs 1. criminal and juvenile justice 2. health
           annually             reform 3. workers’ rights
                                Supports research to improve the lives of youth ages 8
                                to 25 in the United States focus on enhancing our
                                understanding of how youth settings work, how they
 Letters of inquiry due early   affect youth development, and how they can be
      January, April, and       improved focus on when, how, and under what
 September for Investigator-    conditions research evidence is used in policy and
  Initiated Grants annually;    practice that affect youth and how its use can be
    ongoing for Officers’       improved nvestigator-Initiated Research Grants
        Research Grants         usually range between $100,000 and $600,000 and
                                cover two to three years of support Officers’ Research
                                Grants range between $15,000 and $25,000 and
                                typically cover one to two years
                              For projects in four main research areas: 1) the Future
                              of Work which is concerned with the causes and
                              consequences of changes in the quality of low-wage
                              work in advanced economies 2) U.S. Immigration
                              which focuses on the entry of immigrant families into
                              the civic and political life of the country and on
 mid-March and mid-August immigrant experiences outside the traditional gateway
annually for grants >$35,000; cities 3) Cultural Contact which investigates how well
presidential authority awards U.S. institutions are managing to respond to the
    of <$35,000 ongoing       growing diversity of the American population 4)
                              Social Inequality which focuses on the social effects
                              of rising economic inequality, with particular attention
                              to the ways in which the U.S. political and educational
                              systems have responded to growing economic
                              disparities

                               Our grants generally range from $5,000 – $50,000
                               with most of our grants in the $25 -$35,000 range.
                               Grants made in this program area focus on
                               communications strategies in order to bring public
          Ongoing              attention to the needs of young children. We have
                               funded: Research of new approaches and strategies to
                               communicate the needs of young children and the
                               importance of early investments. Communication of
                               knowledge to inform the field and build public will

                               -to carry out a long-term research project (6-24
                               months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing
                               academic host you have selected at a research
                               institution in Germany
                               In recognition of a researcher’s entire achievements to
                               date. to spend a period of up to one year cooperating
          Ongoing              on a long-term research project with specialist
                               colleagues at a research institution in Germany

                               To carry out a long-term research project (6-18
                               months) you have selected in cooperation with an
          Ongoing              academic host you have selected at a research
                               institution in Germany. an be divided up into as many
                               as 3 stays within 3 years
                               For high quality original research that promises to
                               broaden understanding or use it to improve American
                               institutions—Foundation believes that a theory-based
                               empirically tested understanding of the US economy
          Ongoing              is essential to improving the American quality of life.
                               Focus on economic institutions, behavior, and
                               performance; federal statistics; science and
                               engineering workforce; and workplace, workforce,
                               and working families.
                               -supports work to increase America’s biosecurity and
                               investigate how recent advances in information
          Ongoing              technology affect the spread of knowledge and the
                               structure of scientific endeavor
          To foster a better public understanding of the
          increasingly scientific and technological environment
          in which we live. the program aims to convey some of
          the challenges and rewards of the scientific and
Ongoing   technological enterprise and of the lives of the men
          and women who undertake it. using books, television,
          radio, film, theater and other media, grants in this
          program area promote a deeper, richer contact with all
          the ways science and technology affect our lives

          AAUW branches and states provide funding for local
          scholarship programs across the U.S. for qualified
          women students seeking educational funding.
Ongoing   Participating branches and states determine their
          scholarship amounts and eligibility criteria, and
          applicants apply directly to the opportunities for
          which they are qualified.
          We invite professors and other qualified individuals to
          submit applications to spend all or part of the summer
          as visiting research fellows at the American Institute
          for Economic Research in the scenic Berkshire Hills
Ongoing
          of western Massachusetts. Applications are welcomed
          from professionals in the economics field or in related
          disciplines.

          Grants for innovative professional development
          programs that strengthen teachers and their teaching in
          grades 9-12. Special consideration to projects in their
          early stages that address the concerns and problems of
          secondary education on a national level. Encourage
Ongoing   sustained partnership between the faculties of colleges
          and school districts, or collaborative efforts involving
          reform organizations, colleges/universities, and high
          schools. $100-200,000


          Focus on “caring attitudes” in patient care with two
          populations: 1) initiatives that advance caring attitudes
          in physicians during all aspects of education, 2)
Ongoing   innovative programs that seek to train other health
          care providers in caring attitudes such as nurses and
          hospital . $100,000-200,000chaplains
          The Foundation supports work in three areas: 1.
          priority diseases and conditions. 2. other health
          conditions that have a lower overall burden than those
          noted above, but still have a disproportionate impact
          in the developing world. 3. critical enabling
          strategies: to ensure that life-saving health
          interventions reach those who need them most, the
Ongoing   Foundation supports efforts to: mobilize new
          resources for global health; build awareness of global
          health issues among decision-makers, the media, and
          the public; strengthen public health leadership;
          improve the collection and use of data and evidence
          for global health decision-making; improve the
          delivery of, and demand for, key products and
          interventions

          Mission is to improve the way health care is delivered
          and financed in California by promoting innovations
          in care and broader access to information. Focus effort
          in three program areas: 1) improving the quality of
Ongoing   care for Californians with chronic disease, 2) reducing
          barriers to efficient, affordable healthcare for the
          underserved, 3) promoting greater transparency and
          accountability in California’s healthcare system


          interested in the seemingly inexorable growth of
          globalization, the danger of deepening fragmentation
          along cultural, regional, and religious divides and the
          role of developing countries in advancing global
Ongoing   cohesion and prosperity. Program focuses on several
          specific, but interrelated, grant making areas: nuclear
          security, U.S. global engagement, states at risk, Islam
          initiative, higher education in sub-Saharan Africa and
          Eurasia, libraries and information

          Program aims to contribute to a robust democracy
          fueled by increased educational opportunity, improved
          institutions of learning, increased civic participation,
          and immigrant integration. Two major goals: creating
          pathways to educational and economic opportunity
          and creating pathways to citizenship, civil
Ongoing   participation, and civic integration in a pluralistic
          society. Grant making activities will include support
          of demonstration programs, promising innovations
          and capacity-building in selected institutions as well
          as research, communications, policy analysis, and
          advocacy
          The Fund supports independent research on health and
          social issues and makes grants to improve health care
          practice and policy. Dedicated to helping people
          become more informed about their health care and
Ongoing   improving care for vulnerable populations such as
          children, the elderly, low-income families, minorities,
          and the uninsured. Program areas: a high performance
          health system, special populations, international health
          policy and practice

          Social Progress – Increasing access to opportunity;
          helping children, youth and families; fostering
          understanding among community members
Ongoing




          Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the
          environment, reproductive freedom, theatre,
Ongoing   education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy,
          peace and national security issues and human services

          To encourage access to collections and to encourage
          ongoing cross-disciplinary dialogue among scholars of
          the early modern period. Short-term supported by
Ongoing
          Library’s endowments and carry stipend of $2,500 per
          month- approximately 35 are awarded each year

          Grants to develop new ideas and strengthen
          organizations that reduce poverty and injustice and
          promote democratic values, international cooperation
          and human achievement. 13 key fields: arts and
          culture; civil society; community development;
Ongoing   development finance and economic security;
          education and scholarship; environment and
          development; governance; HIV/AIDS; human rights;
          media; religion; society and culture; sexuality and
          reproductive health; and workforce development

          This is a grant making partnership between the Ford
          Foundation and the New Israel Fund to promote peace
          and social justice in Israel. Focused on three areas: 1)
          promoting civil rights & human rights in Israel, 2)
Ongoing
          promoting equity & equal opportunities for the
          Palestinian minority within Israel, 3) promoting a
          peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
          To further the humanities along a broad front,
          supporting projects which address the concerns of the
          historical studia humanitatis, a humanistic education
          rooted in the great traditions of the past; the formation
Ongoing
          of human beings according to cultural, moral, and
          aesthetic ideals derived from that past; and the
          ongoing debate over how these ideals may best be
          conceived and realized
          Eligible career-advancing activities include, but are
          not limited to: Presentations at academic or
          professional conferences. Travel to academic job
          interviews on a campus or at professional/academic
Ongoing   conferences. Travel to archives or libraries for
          research. Participation in career-development or
          enhancing seminars. Distribution of a published article
          to colleagues in your field . Submission of
          unpublished manuscripts to journals or book
          publishers
          To provide an awareness of Asia among potential
          leaders in American society who have no prior
          experience of Asia. Provides stipends and internships
          to live and work in Asia. The program is experiential
Ongoing   rather than academic in nature. Involves a
          commitment from late August until mid-July of the
          following year. Language study prior to departure for
          Asia is a program requirement and is supported
          financially
          -scholarships of up to $5,000 to study abroad
Ongoing
          Support research in the areas of studying complex
          systems and brain cancer research. Projects should be
          at an early or preliminary stage of development, be
          intended to break new ground or challenge commonly
          held assumptions, and be sufficiently novel, cross-
          disciplinary, or heterodox to have a strong likelihood
ongoing   of influencing the development of new ways of
          thinking about important problems. Maximum of
          $450,000 over a minimum of three years or a
          maximum of six years; smaller amounts may be
          requested to pursue pilot projects or test the feasibility
          of an experimental approach

          Candidates may apply for one of our current
          fellowship openings or propose a fellowship: To apply
          for a current fellowship opening, candidates must
          submit an application and select one of the current
Ongoing   openings in the application. To propose a fellowship
          and become the fellow who leads the project,
          candidates must submit a fellowship proposal and an
          application. Fellowship applications and proposals
          will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
          -supports work in 5 areas: 1) human rights and
          international justice: to further the development of an
          international system of justice and advance human
          rights around the globe, with a special focus on
          Mexico, Nigeria, and Russia, 2) international peace
          and security: aim is to reduce global risks from
          nuclear weapons, foster security cooperation in the
          Asia-Pacific region and strengthen independent
          scientific advice on international security matters, 3)
Ongoing   population and reproductive health: seeks to reduce
          maternal death and illness and to advance the sexual
          and reproductive health and rights of young people,
          with a special focus on Mexico, Nigeria, and India, 4)
          conservation: of global biological diversity, 5) global
          migration and human mobility: to improve the
          governance of international migration and support
          research to build a base of knowledge about the
          relationship between migration and economic
          development
          The program explores 2 primary themes: the
          importance of place in people’s lives and the shared
          interests between individuals, particularly those in
          trouble or in need, and society at large. Specific fields
Ongoing
          of work include: stable and affordable housing, digital
          media and learning, juvenile justice reform,
          community and economic development, mental health,
          and policy research
          Supports programs on U.S. public TV and radio and,
          increasingly, on the Web, to help ensure a diversity of
          viewpoints and expand the availability of high-quality
          nonfiction content. Primary focus is programs that
          broadcast independent documentary films and use
Ongoing   digital technologies to tell well-researched and
          important documentary stories in multiple media. Also
          supports non-commercial production of news
          programming, especially programs that help inform
          Americans about events and issues in other parts of
          the world

          For projects related to public policy issues affecting
          health care for pregnant women, infants, and children.
          Projects considered for funding may involve analysis
          of existing data, conduct of original surveys,
Ongoing   preparation of case studies, or development of a scope
          of work for a large-scale study. Not to exceed
          $25,000. Priority to new researchers who have
          completed an advanced degree in the last two years or
          are in the process of completing such a degree
          There are two primary objectives of the program: first,
          to recognize and encourage excellence in private
          liberal arts education; and second, to support projects
Ongoing
          or activities that will have a significant positive impact
          on the quality of the liberal arts education provided by
          the institution.
          Grants available in education including leadership
          development and school, community connections,
          access and opportunity, mentoring, community
          colleges, and scholarships. Grants available in health
          focusing on national health promotion and education
          initiatives with emphasis on: Alzheimer’s and aging,
Ongoing   parenting skills campaign, healthy habits, HIV/AIDS
          awareness, and substance abuse prevention. Grants
          available in civic affairs with emphasis on: affordable
          housing, economic skills and development, after-
          school initiatives, mentoring, and volunteering and
          civic engagement

          In education the foundation is committed to:
          Strengthening the profession by recognizing and
          rewarding outstanding educators, and by expanding
          their professional leadership and policy influence.
          Attracting, developing, motivating and retaining the
          best talent to the teaching profession by means of
Ongoing   comprehensive, whole school reform. Stimulating
          creativity and productivity among young people and
          adults through programs that encourage learning as a
          lifelong process. Building vibrant communities by
          involving people of all ages in programs that
          contribute to the revitalization of their community and
          to the well-being of its residents.

          Through four programs, and their more specific
          program areas, the Foundation seeks to fulfill its
          mission of supporting efforts that promote a just,
          equitable and sustainable society. Inherent in all grant
Ongoing   making is the desire to enhance the capacity of
          individuals, families or institutions at the local level
          and beyond. The Foundation hopes that its collective
          work in any program area could lead toward
          systematic change.
          All current NIH Requests for Applications are
          included in the RFP Tracker. RFAs have single
          receipt dates and specified funds with a targeted
          number of awards. In addition, there are hundreds of
          additional NIH funding opportunities listed under
          Parent Announcements and Program Announcements.
          They are not included individually in the Tracker, but
          they can be reviewed at the Web site included in this
Ongoing   entry. Parent and Program Announcements have
          standard receipt dates throughout the year and are
          usually open for three years. Parent Announcements
          are for non-specific, investigator-initiated topics.
          Program Announcement topics are often broadly
          defined or a reminder of a scientific need. They are
          also investigator-initiated.


          Program encompasses a collection of Social,
          Behavioral, Economics and Foundation-wide
          activities that provide support for human resource
          development and infrastructure improvement in the
Ongoing   SBE sciences. For special studies, analyses, and
          workshops on topics affecting, social, behavioral, and
          economic sciences, particularly issues that span
          divisional boundaries

          Promotes university-industry partnerships by making
          project funds or fellowships/traineeships available to
          support an eclectic mix of industry-university
          linkages. Special interest is focused on affording the
          opportunity for: 1) faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and
          students to conduct research and gain experience in an
Ongoing   industrial setting, 2) industrial scientists and engineers
          to bring industry’s perspective and integrative skills to
          academe, and 3) interdisciplinary university-industry
          teams to conduct research projects. Seeks to fund
          transformative research that lies beyond that which
          industry would normally fund


          Support projects directly benefiting New York City
          grants average $50,000 for one year four major
          program areas: children, youth, and families;
Ongoing   community development and the environment;
          education, arts, and the humanities, and health and
          people with special needs
          To work on projects that inspire meaningful public
          debate, shape public policy, and generate intellectual
          ferment within the Open Society Institute categories:
          1) national security and the open society, 2)
          citizenship, membership, and marginalization, 3)
          strategies and tools for advocacy and citizen
Ongoing   engagement, 4) understanding authoritarianism.
          Fellows may be resident or nonresident at one of
          OSI’s offices or in one of the Soros foundations or in
          multiple locations. Fellowships are typically awarded
          for one year full time stipend in U.S. $60,000-
          $100,000 and adjustments made for Fellows based in
          other countries

          An intense residency period at the University Park
          campus, usually ranging between 3-7 working days,
          during which the non-PSU visiting scholar is fully
          engaged in a series of educational, scholarly and/or
          creative activities; the residency must include a
          number of activities, including at least one public
          event and at least one activity aimed specifically at
Ongoing   students for distinguished figures who will generate
          interest across multiple disciplines. A financial
          contribution from at least 2 departments/ programs/
          schools is required; the departments’ combined
          contribution must be at least 1/3 of the request made
          to the Institute (e.g., $7,500 from the IAH, $2,500
          from the departments, for a total of $10,000)


          Support for work in: 1) health and human services
          with a focus on public health and human services
          policy, family financial security issues, and science
          and technology 2) environment with a focus on global
          warming and climate change, conservation of living
          marine resources, and old growth forests and
          wilderness protection 3) advancing effective policy
Ongoing   approaches to critical issues facing states: gathering
          information, highlighting innovation, advancing
          policy solutions- focus on early education, assessing
          economic benefits of investments in children prenatal
          to five , public safety performance, and make voting
          work 4) informing the public information initiatives
          Key program areas are: 1. education: aim of the
          program is making government more representative
          of, and more responsive to, its citizens by enhancing
          participation in public life; a part of the program
          fosters innovative uses of technology to enhance
          citizens’ knowledge and participation; another set of
          grants supports imaginative uses of technology to
          improve education in and out of the classroom 2)
          Jewish philanthropy and education: through the
Ongoing   innovative use of media, policy research and
          leadership training, it endeavors to enhance awareness
          of Jewish history and culture and to build bridges
          between people of diverse backgrounds; a central
          aspect of the program builds on the power of TV and
          film to bring the past to life; to develop leadership for
          research and teaching in the US, Israel, and elsewhere,
          support graduate fellowships in Jewish studies


          Purpose is to advance efforts to reverse the childhood
          obesity epidemic by 2015 for time-sensitive,
          opportunistic studies to evaluate changes in policies or
          environments with the potential to reach children who
          are at highest risk for obesity, including African-
          American, Latino, Native American, Asian American
          and Pacific Islander children who live in low-income
Ongoing   communities or communities with limited access to
          affordable healthy foods and/or safe opportunities for
          physical activity. Studies may focus on one or both
          sides of the energy balance equation—on physical
          activity, healthy eating, or both. Research grants: four
          12 to 18 month awards of up to $75,000 each;
          publication grants: three 12-month awards of up to
          $12,000 each
          Purpose is to build the evidence for and strengthen the
          use of regulatory legal and policy solutions to improve
          public health and identifying and ameliorating laws
          and legal practices that unintentionally harm health
          grants will be awarded on a rolling basis, initiation of
          funding will be tied to the full proposal submission
          date. Looking for studies in one of two categories: 1)
          rapid response evaluations: these studies will take
          advantage of opportunities provided by changes in
          law, regulation or policy at any level of government;
          legal or policy innovations intended to address
Ongoing   pressing public health challenges can serve as “natural
          experiments” that create a window of opportunity for
          baseline data collection and/or evaluation; awards of
          up to $100,000 each will be available for a period of
          up to 12 months, final results from evaluation studies
          should be completed no later than 12 months from
          start of funding 2) public health law mapping projects:
          these projects should produce state-of-the-art legal
          datasets in topic areas of high importance to policy-
          makers and researchers; grantees will create original
          datasets of specific laws in the 50 states and
          appropriate territories, or of selected county or
          municipalhigh quality research in$50,000 each will be
          Supports laws; awards of up to behavioral
          economics and encourages young investigators to
          enter this developing field proposed research may
          address any economic topic appropriate projects will
Ongoing
          demonstrate explicit use of psychological concepts in
          the motivation of the design and the preparation of the
          results maximum budget is $5,000

          Program areas: 1) efforts to ensure peace and security
          in the international community, 2) addressing positive
          and negative aspects of globalization, 3) promotion of
          mutual understanding between priority regions and
Ongoing
          Japan grant period is from 1-3 years projects must
          promote international understanding, exchange, and
          cooperation

          For research and writing on domestic public policy
          issues preference will be given to proposals that
          address policy issues that have been priority areas for
          the Foundation’s Domestic Public Policy Program
          during the past three years: education, school reform;
          income support and anti-poverty policy; child and
          youth development; public finance; policies related to
Ongoing   public entitlement programs; urban and criminal
          justice policy; regulatory policy; immigration policy;
          and the political process $60,000; the grant can be
          used to cover the salary costs of the researcher and to
          underwrite research costs, such as travel, research
          assistance, and data acquisition
          For research projects in philosophy as it relates to
          educational policy and practice Applicants are
          encouraged to understand educational policy and
          practice in broad terms, including issues that directly
          relate to K-12 schools and higher education
Ongoing   institutions, but also concerning policies that influence
          children’s growth and development in the family and
          in other areas of social life including children’s
          upbringings, educational issues in family life and in
          the workplace, the educational effects of welfare
          policy awards of up to $40,000

          Provides funding for research projects on education in
          the U.S. and abroad grants range in size from small
          grants that can be completed within a year to large,
          multi-year endeavors the Foundation has 4 specific
          areas of interest (though proposals that do not fit in
Ongoing   these defined areas will continue to be accepted): the
          relation between education and social opportunity;
          organizational learning in schools, school systems,
          and higher education institutions; teaching, learning,
          and instructional resources; and purposes and values
          of education

          -supports work in the areas of environment,
Ongoing   community revitalization, effective citizenry, the arts,
          and the nonprofit sector
          The Foundation makes grants that maximize positive
          impact for Northwest communities. To do this, we use
          a range of strategies for inviting in proposals for
          funding, including letters of inquiry and requests for
          proposals. Typically, invitations are extended to
          organizations closely aligned with our goals and
Ongoing   priorities. Because our funding decisions are shaped
          by this process, we do not accept unsolicited
          proposals. If, after reviewing our program areas, you
          believe your organization is aligned with our giving,
          please utilize the contact information page to make
          your inquiry.
          four main areas of support with geographic focus on
          New York City, South Africa, Southern China, and
          Western Balkans: 1) democratic practice:
          encouraging civic engagement in the US, fostering
          effective governance in the US, increasing access to
          and participation in global governance, ensuring
          transparency and accountability in global governance,
          2) peace and security: focuses on 2 factors that may be
          key to advancing or undermining global problem
          solving: the content and style of U.S. global
          engagement in the face of new perils and opportunities
Ongoing   and the strength and quality of relationships between
          Muslim and Western societies, 3) sustainable
          development: goals are combating global warming
          and protecting ecosystems and conserving
          biodiversity, 4) human advancement: supporting arts
          and culture, working to improve the quality of
          education, recognizing and encouraging individual
          leadership, and helping to mitigate the impact of
          health threats that undermine human advancement on
          a nation- or region-wide scale


          To support conferences at Bellagio Center (Italy) For
          framing debates on world issues, for translating theory
          into action and for devising creative responses to
          some of the most pressing issues of our time,
          especially those directed at alleviating poverty and
          vulnerability Most conferences are one-time events
          scheduled for 5 days or less, but applications for a
Ongoing   series of meetings are considered Generally, no more
          than half the participants should be citizens of any one
          country the Foundation provides participants with
          room and board for all meetings; most participants
          cover and arrange for their own travel, although
          assistance is available for those who meet specified
          criteria

          Ffocus resources on five interconnected issue areas,
          selected both because they are critical global
          challenges and because the Foundation is distinctively
          positioned to address them effectively and with
          measurable results: 1) repairing weak, outmoded
Ongoing   health systems, 2) building resilience to environmental
          degradation and climate change, 3) addressing the
          risks of accelerating urbanization, 4) reweaving frayed
          social contracts, 5) easing basic survival insecurities


          Not Specified
Ongoing
                             To pursue rigorous and sophisticated research in areas
                             of interest to TIAA-CREF such as retirement income
         Ongoing
                             security issues and strategic issues in higher education

                             For proposals rooted in the humanities grants of up to
                             $2,500 to plan larger projects or to carry out programs
         Ongoing
                             where only a modest amount of funding is required

                             Focuses broadly on all stages in the life cycle of
                             scholarly resources. Promoting the cost-effective
                             creation, dissemination, accessibility, and preservation
                             of high quality scholarly resources in humanistic
         Ongoing             studies broadly defined. Grant making occurs
                             principally in 5 main categories: new methods of
                             creating scholarly resources, innovations in scholarly
                             publication, cataloging and other forms of access,

                             To promote the study of uses of digital technologies
                             that can be applied to research and online and distance
                             learning and teaching. Also support investigations of
                             new technical approaches to the archiving of textual
         Ongoing
                             and multimedia materials that require improved search
                             and storage techniques and improvements in user-
                             interfaces

                             The three general areas are: Education, Arts &
                             Culture, Health and Human Services
         Ongoing



                             For research or educational projects which focus on
                             the Lindbergh’s vision of balance between the
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                             advance of technology and preservation of the
        annually
                             natural/human environment. One category of funding
                             is intercultural communication
                             Seeks to facilitate analytical reasoning through the use
                             of interactive visual interfaces. Proposals should focus
                             on creating fundamental research advances that will
                             be widely applicable across scientific, engineering,
third Wednesday in January   commercial, and government domains that utilize
         annually            visualization and analytics to gain insight and derive
                             knowledge from massive, often streaming, dynamic,
                             ambiguous and possibly conflicting, data sets
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is committed
to supporting research that will increase scientific
understanding of the health status of various
population groups and improve the effectiveness of
health interventions and services for individuals
within those groups. High priority is placed on
research on populations that appear to have distinctive
health risk profiles but have received insufficient
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http://www.aier.org/fellowships/research-
                                            1/18/2012
               fellowship




          http://www.avdf.org               5/26/2009




          http://www.avdf.org               5/26/2009
http://www.gatesfoundation.org   5/26/2009




     http://www.chcf.org         5/26/2009




   http://www.carnegie.org       5/26/2009




   http://www.carnegie.org       5/26/2009
    http://www.commonwealthfund.org         5/26/2009




http://www2.dupont.com/Social_Commitment/
                                            4/13/2011
             en_US/outreach/




           http://www.efaw.org              5/26/2009




          http://www.folger.edu             10/21/2010




         http://www.fordfound.org           5/26/2009




            http://www.nif.org              5/26/2009
           http://www.delmas.org                 5/26/2009




  http://www.theihs.org/hayek-fund-scholars      4/13/2011




            http://www.hluce.org                 5/26/2009




             http://www.iie.org                  10/21/2010




    http://www.jsmf.org/apply/apply.php          4/13/2011




http://www.knight.icfj.org/OurFellows/Applyfor
                                                 4/13/2011
       aFellowship/tabid/64/Default.aspx
  http://www.macfound.org     5/26/2009




  http://www.macfound.org     5/26/2009




  http://www.macfound.org     5/26/2009




http://www.marchofdimes.com   5/26/2009
http://www.mcgregorfund.org/html/4_0_applic
                                               4/13/2011
                ation.htm




          http://www.metlife.com               5/26/2009




http://www.mff.org/about/about.taf?page=fund
                                               4/13/2011
                     ing




http://www.mott.org/about/programs/program
                                               4/13/2011
            guidelines2009.aspx
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html   5/26/2009




            http://www.nsf.gov                  5/26/2009




            http://www.nsf.gov                  5/26/2009




     http://www.nycommunitytrust.org            5/26/2009
     http://www.soros.org         4/22/2010




http://www.research.psu.edu/iah   5/26/2009




   http://www.pewtrusts.org       5/26/2009
http://www.revsonfoundation.org   5/26/2009




      http://www.rwjf.org         8/11/2009
   http://www.rwjf.org       10/21/2010




http://www.russellsage.org   5/26/2009




   http://www.spf.org        5/26/2009




   http://www.srf.org        5/26/2009
          http://www.spencer.org             5/26/2009




          http://www.spencer.org             5/26/2009




          http://www.surdna.org              5/26/2009




http://www.pgafoundations.com/TemplateMain
                                             4/13/2011
             .aspx?contentId=19
             http://www.rbf.org                 5/26/2009




          http://www.rockfound.org              5/26/2009




          http://www.rockfound.org              5/26/2009




http://www.hewlett.org/grants/grantseekers/ed
                                                4/13/2011
             ucation-program
       http://www.tiaa-crefinstitute.org        5/26/2009




      http://www.virginiafoundation.org         5/26/2009




           http://www.mellon.org                5/26/2009




           http://www.mellon.org                5/26/2009




http://www.murdock-trust.org/grants/index.php   4/13/2011




     http://www.lindberghfoundation.org         5/26/2009




             http://www.nsf.gov                 5/26/2009
http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-
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                    Tag                     Organization
           Federal, Grant, Funding          Department of Education




           Federal, Grant, Funding          Department of Education




          Grant, Funding, Education         Department of Education




          Grant, Funding, Education         Department of Education




          Grant, Funding, Education         Department of Education
Undergraduate, Scholarship   Department of State




Undergraduate, Scholarship   Department of State
Federal, Research, Digital, Funding, Grant   National Endowment for the Humanities




         Federal, Grant, Funding             National Endowment for the Humanities




               Fellowship                    National Endowment for the Humanities
           Fellowship                 National Endowment for the Humanities




    Federal, Grant, Funding                 National Institutes of Health




Federal, Research, Grant, Funding           National Science Foundation




                                    Society for the Psychological Study of Social
 International, Research, Award
                                                        Issues
                 Award                                Eligible Population
   Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE):   Public and State controlled institutions of higher
Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program:                      education
  Short Term Projects CFDA Number 84.021A          Private institutions of higher education
                                                   Eligible Applicants: Entities eligible to apply
                                                     for i3 grants include: (a) An LEA or (b) a
  Investing in Innovation Fund, Development
                                                    partnership between a nonprofit organization
             Grants CFDA 84.411P
                                                   and (1) one or more LEAs or (2) a consortium
                                                                      of schools.
                                                     Native Hawaiian educational organizations;
                                                          Native Hawaiian community-based
                                                      organizations; public and private nonprofit
                                                    organizations, agencies, and institutions with
      Native Hawaiian Education Program             experience in developing or operating Native
                                                    Hawaiian programs or programs of instruction
                                                   in the Native Hawaiian language; and consortia
                                                      of the previously mentioned organizations,
                                                               agencies, and institutions.

                                                 Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                      education
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the
Institute of Education Sciences (IES): Education
                                                  IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                Research Program
                                                      Private institutions of higher education
                                                    For profit organizations other than small
                                                                     businesses
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education        State educational agencies (SEAs) receiving
 (OESE): Migrant Education Program (MEP)           MEP Basic State Formula grants, in consortium
 Consortium Incentive Grants Program CFDA           with one or more other SEAs or appropriate
              Number 84.144F                                           entities
                                                State educational agencies (SEAs) receiving
Critical Language Scholarships for Intensive   MEP Basic State Formula grants, in consortium
             Summer Institutes                  with one or more other SEAs or appropriate
                                                                   entities




                                               Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                    education
    Capacity Building Program for U.S.
                                                 Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the
       Undergraduate Study Abroad
                                                IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                    Private institutions of higher education
National Endowment for the Humanities
 Preservation and Access Research &                         Not specified
          Development Grants




                                                          State governments
                                                         County governments
                                                    City or township governments
                                                     Special district governments
                                          Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                               education
                                          Native American tribal governments (Federally
           Challenge Grants
                                                              recognized)
                                            Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                           IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                           Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status
                                            with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                               education
                                               Private institutions of higher education




Fellowships for Advanced Social Science
           Research on Japan
                 Fellowships




                                                                County governments
                                                           City or township governments
                                                            Special district governments
                                                            Independent school districts
                                                 Public and State controlled institutions of higher
                                                                      education
                                                 Native American tribal governments (Federally
                                                                     recognized)
                                                    Public housing authorities/Indian housing
NCRR Science Education Partnership Award
                                                                      authorities
                                                 Native American tribal organizations (other than
                                                     Federally recognized tribal governments)
                                                   Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the
                                                  IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                                                  Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status
                                                   with the IRS, other than institutions of higher
                                                                      education
                                                      Private institutions of higher education




     Research in Disabilities Education




Otto Klineberg Intercultural and International
                                                                   Not specified
              Relations Award
Deadline     Other Details
   41022




   41008




 4/24/2012




 6/21/2012




  5/4/2012
            The Office of Academic Exchange
            Programs of the Bureau of
            Educational and Cultural Affairs
            announces an open competition for
            two or more assistance awards for the
            2013 Critical Language Scholarships
            (CLS) for Intensive Summer
            Institutes, which provide foreign
            language instruction overseas for U.S.
            undergraduate and graduate students.
            Public and private non-profit
5/25/2012   organizations, or consortia of such
            organizations, meeting the provisions
            described in Internal Revenue Code
            section 26 USC 501(c)(3), may submit
            proposals to cooperate with the
            Bureau in the administration and
            implementation of one or both of the
            two components available under this
            competition. Each component requires
            a separate proposal submission.


            The Bureau of Educational and
            Cultural Affairs announces a
            competition for grants to support the
            development of programs for U.S.
            undergraduate study abroad through
            exchanges of faculty, administrators,
            or students that are designed either to
            expand the capacity of the U.S.
            recipient organization to administer
            study abroad programs or to expand
4/20/2012   the capacity of partner institutions in
            eligible foreign countries to provide
            academic programs for U.S.
            undergraduate students. All
            applications must be submitted by
            public or private non-profit
            organizations, meeting the provisions
            described in Internal Revenue code
            section 26 USC 501(c)(3). Total
            funding for this is approximately
            $1,800,000.
            Supports projects that address major
            challenges in preserving or providing
            access to humanities collections and
            resources. Encourage applications that
            address: digital preservation, recorded
            sound and moving image collection,
5/19/2011   preventive conservation. Maximum
            award is $350,000 for up to 3 years;
            applicants whose projects focus on the
            3 areas of special interest may request
            up to $400,000


            With the exception of elementary and
            secondary schools (public or private)
            and school districts, any U.S.
            nonprofit institution (public agency,
            private nonprofit organization,
            federally recognized Indian tribal
            government) working wholly or in
            part with the humanities may apply for
            a challenge grant. Affiliated
            institutions (for example, a university
            museum) should consult with NEH
            staff on questions of separate
            eligibility. Institutions that support
            research, education, preservation, and
            public programming in humanities
5/2/2012
            disciplines are eligible to apply for an
            NEH challenge grant. NEH generally
            does not award grants to other federal
            entities or to applicants whose
            projects are so closely intertwined
            with a federal entity that the project
            takes on characteristics of the federal
            entity’s own authorized activities.
            This does not preclude applicants
            from using grant funds from, or sites
            and materials controlled by, other
            federal entities in their projects.




            he Fellowship Program for Advanced
            Social Science Research on Japan is a
            joint activity of the Japan-U.S.
            Friendship Commission (JUSFC) and
            the National Endowment for the
5/1/2012    Humanities. Awards support research
            on modern Japanese society and
            political economy, Japan's
            international relations, and U.S.-Japan
            relations.
            Fellowships support individuals
            pursuing advanced research that is of
            value to humanities scholars, general
            audiences, or both. Recipients usually
            produce articles, monographs, books,
            digital materials, archaeological site
            reports, translations, editions, or other
            scholarly resources in the humanities.
5/1/2012    Projects may be at any stage of
            development. NEH encourages
            submission of Fellowships
            applications from faculty at Hispanic-
            Serving Institutions, Historically
            Black Colleges and Universities, and
            Tribal Colleges and Universities.


            urpose. NCRR encourages
            applications to its SEPA program for
            the development and evaluation of
            innovative research education
            programs to improve PreK-12
            research career opportunities and the
            community's understanding of the
            health science advances supported by
            the National Institutes of Health
6/22/2012   (NIH)-funded clinical and basic
            research.




            The Research in Disabilities
            Education (RDE) program advances
            the goal of broadening the
6/1/2012
            participation and achievement of
            postsecondary students with
            disabilities in STEM.
            Award given to ‘the best paper or
            article of the year on intercultural or
            international relations’ applications
            can be either unpublished
2/22/2011   manuscripts, in press papers or books,
            or papers or books published no more
            than 18 months prior to submission
            deadline award of $1000
   Website w/ Application Details & Other Information
                         Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
                                   Private institutions of higher education


Eligible Applicants: Entities eligible to apply for i3 grants include: (a) An LEA or (b) a partnership between a
               nonprofit organization and (1) one or more LEAs or (2) a consortium of schools.




                    http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-02-24/pdf/2012-4359.pdf




                    http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-03-06/pdf/2012-5412.pdf




                    http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2012-02-28/pdf/2012-4707.pdf
http://exchanges.state.gov/grants/open2.html




http://exchanges.state.gov/grants/open2.html
                   http://neh.gov/grants




   http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/challenge.html




http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/fellowships-japan.html
     http://www.neh.gov/grants/guidelines/fellowships.html




   http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-10-206.html




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