International Funding Opportunities
International funding opportunities are compiled by the Office of Global Engagement, and include research as well as international capacity building and technical assistance opportunities of interest to UGA faculty. In some cases, investigators will be required to partner with colleagues from institutions abroad to access funding. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the OGE website.
International Funding Opportunities
International funding opportunities are compiled by the Office of Global Engagement, and include research as well as international capacity building and technical assistance opportunities of interest to UGA faculty. In some cases, investigators will be required to partner with colleagues from institutions abroad to access funding. For more information, please contact email@example.com or visit the OGE website.
|Program Name||Sponsor||Geographic Focus||Funding Type||Research Tags||Deadline||Details|
|EMBO Long-Term Fellowships||European Molecular Biology Organization||Global||Fellowship||Biology; Botany; Immunology; Genetics; Microbiology; Virology; Pathology||February; August||Awarded for a period of up to two years and support post-doctoral research visits to laboratories throughout Europe and the world. International exchange is a key feature in the application process. Solicitation Link|
|Multi-Country Research Fellowship||Council of American Overseas Research Centers||Multiple; See details||Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences; Natural Sciences||January||The Multi-Country Research Fellowship supports advanced regional or trans-regional research for U.S. doctoral candidates, and postdoctoral scholars. Preference will be given to candidates examining comparative and/or cross-regional research. Applicants are eligible to apply as individuals or in teams. Scholars must carry out research in two or more countries outside the United States, at least one of which hosts a participating American overseas research center. Solicitation Link|
|Abe Fellowship Program||The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership||Japan||Fellowship||Sustainability; International Security; International Relations; Social Sciences; Japanese Studies||September||Designed to encourage international multidisciplinary research on topics of pressing global concern. Seeks to foster the development of a new generation of researchers interested in policy-relevant topics of long-range importance and seeks individuals willing to become key members of a bilateral and global research network built around such topics. Promotes a new level of intellectual cooperation between the Japanese and American academic and professional communities committed to and trained for advancing global understanding and problem solving. Solicitation Link|
|ERC Advanced Grant||European Research Council||EU Member States||Grant||Science; Engineering||Recurring - Next Call Anticipated in May||Supports exceptional established research leaders of any nationality and any age to pursue ground-breaking, high-risk projects that open new directions in their respective research fields or other domains. Targets researchers who have already established themselves as independent research leaders in their own right. Solicitation Link|
|Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Science; Engineering||Recurring - Next Call Anticipated in Fall 2018||NSF-wide program that supports fundamental, international research and education in physical, living, human, and engineered systems. awards research at the leading edge of science and engineering by facilitating partnerships with others nationally and internationally, by educating and preparing a diverse, world-class STEM workforce, and by fostering institutional capacity for international collaboration. The average award size is $4 million over 5 years.
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|Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Fellowship||Political Science; Economics; Communications; Social Sciences; Administration; Cultural Studies||September||Targeted at university graduates from the United States, Russia, China, Brazil and India who have an international outlook and initial leadership experience. Provides the opportunity to spend a year in Germany networking with other prospective leaders from abroad, who are also sponsored by the Humboldt Foundation, and to explore new solutions to the global issues of our times. Solicitation Link|
|Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships||Government of Canada||Canada||Fellowship||Health; Natural Sciences; Engineering; Social Sciences; Humanities||September||Provides funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally, who will positively contribute to the country's economic, social and research-based growth. Solicitation Link.|
|Chateaubriand Fellowship||Embassy of France in the United States||France||Fellowship||Science; Technology; Engineering; Mathematics; Biology; Health; Humanities; Social Sciences||January||Supports outstanding Ph.D. students from American universities who wish to conduct research in France for a period ranging from 4 to 9 months. Chateaubriand fellows are selected through a merit-based competition, through a collaborative process involving expert evaluators in both countries. Solicitation Link.|
|History of Art||Samuel H. Kress Foundation||Europe||Grant||Art; Art History; History; Architecture||October||Supports scholarly projects that will enhance the understanding and appreciation of European art and architecture. Solicitation Link|
|Securing Water for Food: A Grand Challenge for Development 4th Global Call for Innovations||USAID||Global||Grant||Water; International Development; Securing Water; Securing food; Resource management||October||Grand Challenges for Development: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Sweden through the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the Foreign Ministry of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the Government of South Africa have joined together to launch the Securing Water for Food initiative. The goal of this program is to improve water and food security, gender equality and reduce poverty. Soliciation Link|
|International Affairs Fellowship||Council on Foreign Relations||Global||Fellowship||International Affairs; Political Science; Government||October||Program to assist mid-career scholars and professionals in advancing their analytic capabilities and broadening their foreign policy experience. Solicitation Link.|
|Trust for Mutual Understanding||Russia and Eastern Europe||grant||Arts & Humanities; Environmental & Life Sciences; International Opportunities; Social Sciences||May; November||Priority consideration is given to projects that involve direct, in depth professional interaction with the potential for sustained collaboration; that show evidence of professional accomplishment and innovation; and/or that respond to social contexts and engage local communities
|DRL Freedom of Expression||Department of State||Global||Cooperative||Human Rights, Journalism, Freedom of Expression, Arts, Humanities||February||The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announces the availability of funding for projects that support Internet freedom. DRL's goal is to protect the open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet by promoting fundamental freedoms, human rights, and the free flow of information online through integrated support to civil society for technology, digital safety, policy and advocacy, and applied research programs. DRL invites organizations interested in potential funding to submit SOI applications outlining program concepts that reflect this goal. Solicitation Link|
|University of Georgia / University of Liverpool Seed Grant/ Pump-Priming Initiative Round 3/2017 Grants||University of Georgia / University of Liverpool Partnership Seed Grant||Liverpool, UK||Grant||Collaborative Research; International Research; Liverpool Patnership;||May||As part of the University of Georgia (UGA) / University of Liverpool Partnership, we are providing financial and logistical support for preliminary work toward full-fledged collaborative projects in research and scholarship between the two institutions. The two institutions are offering seed grants / pump-priming grants to incentivise and catalyse research collaborations between the two institutions and encourage joint applications for ongoing sponsored funding to continue the collaborations. Solicitation Link|
|Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Environmental & Life Sciences; Ecology; Social Sciences; Clinical Science||November||The Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases program supports research on the ecological, evolutionary, and socio-ecological principles and processes that influence the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases. The central theme of submitted projects must be quantitative or computational understanding of pathogen transmission dynamics. The intent is discovery of principles of infectious disease transmission and testing mathematical or computational models that elucidate infectious disease systems. Projects should be broad, interdisciplinary efforts that go beyond the scope of typical studies. They should focus on the determinants and interactions of transmission among humans, non-human animals, and/or plants. Solicitation Link.|
|Global Development Alliance||USAID||Global||Annual Program Statement||Multiple||November||The Global Development Alliance invites private businesses, financial institutions, chambers of commerce, industry associations, private grant-making foundations, entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, and other private-sector organizations to identify and suggest ways we can work together to address key challenges in the developing world in a manner that advances our respective interests and objectives. In addition, the APS invites and encourages other types of organizations, including but not limited to prospective implementing partners, to engage and work with private sector partners to identify critical development problems and develop initial ideas about how we might work together to solve those problems. USAID encourages such organizations to reach out to the private sector (as defined in this APS) and explore ways in which collaboration with USAID might help all partners – businesses, NGOs, universities, governments, donors – to more effectively solve key problems, advance our respective interests, and achieve far greater development results and impacts. Solicitation link.|
|Emerging Global Leader Award||National Institutes of Health||Low- and Middle-Income Countries||Grant||Public Health; Biomedical Sciences; Medicine||December||provide research support and protected time (three to five years) to an early career research scientist from a low- or middle-income country (LMIC) who holds a junior faculty position at an LMIC academic or research institution, as defined by the World Bank (http://data.worldbank.org/about/country-classifications/country-and-lending-groups, including “low-income,” “lower-middle-income,” and “upper-middle-income” countries). This intensive, mentored research career development experience is expected to lead to an independently funded research career at the LMIC institution or in another LMIC. This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites applications from LMIC scientists from any health-related discipline who propose career development activities and a research project that is relevant to the health priorities of their country under the mentorship of LMIC and U.S. mentors. Solicitation Link|
|Research Grants in the Humanities||The Mitsubishi Foundation||Japan||Grant||History; Religion; Language; Cultural Anthropology; Archaeology; Arts||January||Awarded for research in the humanities, broadly defined. Applicants should be individuals or small groups with fixed research bases in Japan. Nationality/location restrictions apply. Solicitation Link|
|Grants for Social Welfare Activities||The Mitsubishi Foundation||Japan||Grant||Social Welfare; Non-profit Management||January||Grants are awarded for scientific surveys of and research on innovative, experimental social welfare activities. Applicants must have a fixed base for activities or research in Japan. Projects should be concretely planned, pioneering, experimental activities or research and those of "practical and grass-rooted" activities at the sites of social welfare are also highly appreciated. Solicitation Link|
|Support for Programs in Developing World||Conservation, Food and Health Foundation||Global||Grant||Environmental & Life Sciences; Social Sciences; Agriculture; Health Sciences; Conservation; Leadership||January||The foundation supports projects that demonstrate strong local leadership, promote professional development in the conservation, agricultural, and health sciences; develop the capacity of local organizations; and address a particular problem in the field. It prefers to support projects addressing under-funded issues and geographic areas. Solicitation Link.|
|Research Coordination Networks (RCN)||National Science Foundation||Global||Research||Engineering; Geosciences; |
Computer and Information Science and Engineering;
Biology; Social Sciences; Behavioral Sciences; Economics; Education
|January||Supports groups of investigators to communicate and coordinate their research, training and educational activities across disciplinary, organizational, geographic and international boundaries. Provides opportunities to foster new collaborations, including international partnerships, and address interdisciplinary topics. Innovative ideas for implementing novel networking strategies, collaborative technologies, and development of community standards for data and meta-data are especially encouraged. Solicitation link.|
|Global Brain and Nervous System Disorders Research Across the Lifespan||National Institutes of Health||Low- and Middle-Income Countries||Grant||Neurology; Neuroscience; Public Health||January||These grants are expected to inform the development of more comprehensive research programs that contribute to the long-term goals of building sustainable research capacity in LMICs to address nervous system development, function and impairment throughout life and to lead to diagnostics, prevention, treatment and implementation strategies. The proposed work may also contribute to developing a base for research networking and evidence-based policy beyond the specific research project. Solicitation Link|
|DRL FY 16/17 Promoting Inclusive Citizen Engagement in Morocco||Department of State||Morocco||Grant||Human Rights; Development; Interreligious Discourse; Religious Freedom; Collaboration; Interfaith; Engagement||January||The U.S. Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for projects that promote inclusive citizen engagement, mutual respect, and nondiscrimination in Morocco. Morocco has served as a leader in the region in promoting interreligious discourse and ensuring the protection of religious freedom. Programs should seek to build on these efforts and support the implementation of the freedom of thought and practice of ones religious affairs as enshrined in the Moroccan constitution. DRL seeks to support programs that promote tolerance, mutual respect and nondiscrimination in Morocco by strengthening interfaith collaboration and civic engagement in national and local-level decision-making processes in Morocco. Solicitation Link|
|Hezekiah Wardwell Fellowships||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Fellowship||Music; Musicology||January||Awards up to ten scholarships to remarkable young musicians and musicologists for training in Germany. For the duration of the scholarship, grantees receive assistance from recognized music teachers from a music conservatory. Solicitation Link (Spanish)|
|Studies in British Art||Paul Mellon Centre||United Kingdom||Fellowship||Arts||January||A funding program to support scholarship, academic research and the dissemination of knowledge in the field of British art and architectural history from the medieval period to the present.
|U.S. Mission Australia Annual Program Statement||Department of State||Australia||Grant||Innovation; Entrepreneurship; US policies; Cultural Diversity; Academic integration; Civic participation; Human Rights; Economic Development; Clean Energy; LGBTQ rights; countering extremeism||January||The U.S. Embassy in Australia invites Australian organizations and individuals to submit proposals for funding of programs that increase mutual understanding between the U.S. and Australia and promote the bilateral relationship. Topic areas eligible for funding include: entrepreneurship and innovation; U.S. policies, society, culture and values; cultural diversity; academic integration and advancement; civic participation; countering violent extremism; global challenges such as climate change, clean energy, promotion of STEM, human rights, economic development, health, LGBTI issues, and marginalized populations. Most grants funded are in the $5,000 to $15,000 range, though proposals for higher amounts will be considered if the project is of particular value to advancing the U.S.-Australia relationship. Proposals that include cost sharing by the applicant or another relevant organization are encouraged. Solicitation Link|
|Research Grants in the Natural Sciences||The Mitsubishi Foundation||Japan||Grant||Natural Sciences||February||Awarded for important, original research in the basic natural sciences. Special areas of focus are fixed, but grants are also awarded to research outside those areas. Residential and nationality restrictions apply. Solicitation Link|
|Promoting Research Opportunities for Latin American Biochemists||ASBMD||Latin America||Grant||Biochemistry; Molecular biology; Science||February||The long-term objective of this program is to foster cooperation between the Pan-American Association for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (PABMB), the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) and the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) that would benefit their members, trainees and science. Solicitation Link|
|Global Noncommunicable Diseases and Injury Across the Lifespan: Exploratory Research||National Institutes of Health||Low- and Middle-Income Countries||Grant||Ethnography; Public Health; Etiology; Epidemiology; Biomedical Sciences||February||Supports planning, design and initial pilots for locally relevant and catalytic research on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) or injury in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Research addressing multiple NCDs and their risk factors and research addressing NCDs as comorbidities for/with infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS is encouraged. Scientists in the United States or upper middle income countries are eligible to partner with scientists in LMIC institutions. Solicitation Link|
|Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS)||Office of International Science & Engineering||Global||Grant||Natural Resources; Environmental Sciences; Food Sciences; Food; Energy; Water||March||It is becoming imperative that we determine how society can best integrate across the natural and built environments to provide for a growing demand for food, water and energy while maintaining appropriate ecosystem services. Factors contributing to stresses in the food and energy and water (FEW) systems include increasing regional and social pressures and governance issues as result of land use change, climate variability, and heterogeneous resource distribution. This initiative enables interagency cooperation on one of the most pressing problems of the millennium - understanding interactions across the FEW nexus - how it is likely to affect our world, and how we can proactively plan for its consequences. Solicitation Link|
|ADVANCE: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers (ADVANCE)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Science; technology; mathmatics; engineering; women||March||Despite significant increases in the proportion of women pursuing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) doctoral degrees, women are significantly underrepresented as faculty, particularly in upper ranks, and in academic administrative positions, in almost all STEM fields. The problems of recruitment, retention, and advancement that are the causes of this underrepresentation vary by discipline and across groups of women faculty (e.g., by race/ethnicity, disability status, sexual orientation, foreign-born and foreign-trained status, and faculty appointment type). The ADVANCE program is designed to foster gender equity through a focus on the identification and elimination of organizational barriers that impede the full participation and advancement of all women faculty in academic institutions. The goals of the ADVANCE program are (1) to develop systemic approaches to increase the representation and advancement of women in academic STEM careers; (2) to develop innovative and sustainable ways to promote gender equity that involve both men and women in the STEM academic workforce; and (3) to contribute to the research knowledge base on gender equity and the intersection of gender and other identities in STEM academic careers. Solicitation Link|
|LACSI Graduate Field Research Award Competition||University of Georgia Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI)||Spanish or Portuguese-speaking Latin American and Caribbean region||Grant||International Research; Field Research; UGA graduate student||March||The University of Georgia Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) is pleased to announce its 2017 Graduate Field Research Award Competition. Travel awards are granted to highly qualified graduate students from any discipline interested in conducting preliminary graduate field research in the Spanish or Portuguese-speaking Latin American and Caribbean region, excluding Puerto Rico, during summer 2017. Awards may be used for international airfare and in-country travel, as well as associated country entry/exit fees, travel insurance, visas, etc. All masters or doctoral students with an interest in carrying out graduate research in Latin America are encouraged to apply. The deadline for submission of all application elements is 5:00 PM Friday, March 24, 2017. Award recipients will be notified during the week of April 3-7, 2017. Solicitation Link|
|India Partnerships Program (IPP)||US Agency for International Development|
|India||Cooperative||Environmental Sciences; Life Sciences; Medical; International Opportunities; Medical-Basic Science; Medical-Clinical Science; Social Science||March||Resource Partners for creative or innovative solutions to meet development challenges in the areas of health, food security, clean energy, forestry, gender equality, affordable healthcare, maternal, and child health Solicitation Link|
|Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers Program (IUCRC)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||International Research; International Collaboration||April||The Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRC) program develops long-term partnerships among industry, academe, and government. The Centers are catalyzed by an 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 both the industry members and the Center faculty. An IUCRC 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 IUCRC uses international collaborations to advance these goals within the global context. Solicitation Link|
|Deborah J. Norden Fund||Architectural League of New York||Global||Grant||Arts & Humanities; Social Sciences; International Opportunities; Architecture||April||The Deborah J. Norden Fund, a program of The Architectural League of New York, was established in 1995 in memory of architect and arts administrator Deborah Norden. The Fund has supported a fascinating array of projects, from a study of the Cambodian modernist Vann Molyvann, to the social impact of new architecture and planning interventions in Medellin, Colombia, to the insertion of built form into fragile ecosystems in Australia, to the stereotomy of complex surfaces in French Baroque architecture. The Deborah J. Norden Fund awards up to $5,000 annually in travel grants to students and recent graduates in the fields of architecture, architectural history, and urban studies. Solicitation Link|
|Indo-U.S. Vaccine Action Program (VAP) Small Research Grant Program (R03)||National Institutes of Health||South Asia and Global||Grant||Medical Science; Infectious Diseases; Vaccine; Life Sciences||May||The goal of the Vaccine Action Program (VAP) is to support collaborative vaccine-related research projects that ultimately reduce the burden of infectious diseases of importance in India, the U.S., the South Asian region and globally. Applications are encouraged from organizations/institutions that propose to conduct vaccine-related research through collaborations with Indian investigators on the following: dengue, influenza (including avian influenza), malaria, enteric diseases, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis. Basic, translational, clinical, or epidemiological vaccine research may be proposed (no clinical trials will be supported under this FOA). Solicitation Link|
|Independent Grants for Learning & Change (IGLC)||Pfizer Inc.||Global||Grant||Global Healthcare; Education; Health Sciences; Social Sciences; Medical Sciences; Curriculum Development||May||The mission of Pfizer's office of Independent Grants for Learning & Change (IGLC), formerly Medical Education Group (MEG), is to partner with the global healthcare community to improve patient outcomes in areas of mutual interest though support of measurable learning and change strategies. Solicitation Link|
|Translation, Research and Publication Grants||Daesan Foundation||Korea or Global||Grant||Arts & Humanities||May||The Daesan Foundation was established according to the will of Yong-Ho "Daesan" Shin (the honorific name, Daesan, meaning "Great Mountain"), who founded Kyobo Life Insurance Co., Ltd. and is funded by Kyobo LifeInsurance. The Foundation, which promotes the "enrichment of Korean culture" and the "globalization of Korean culture," supports the translation, research, and publication of Korean works to foster the globalization of Korean culture and to advance cultural exchange. The Foundation's Translation Grant selects, translates, and researches quality literary works worthy enough to globalize Korean literature, publishing these works at prestigious publishing companies of the target languages and promoting the globalization of Korean literature through the distribution of these works.The target languages in Category A are English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese. The target languages in Category B are Chinese, Russian, Turkish, and Eastern European languages. The target languages in Category C include other languages not included in Category A or B. Research grants include support for publication costs regarding completed translation works and research. Solicitation Link|
|Research Scholarships||Gerda Henkel Foundation||Global||Grant||Arts & Humanities; Social Sciences; International Opportunities||June||Applications for research scholarships can be made directly by Postdocs or scholars with Post Doctoral Lecture Qualification. A research scholarship is usually applied for by one scholar who will work on a specific project on his own. The simultaneous receipt of salary or retirement pension and a research scholarship is not possible. The period of support for Foundation stipend holders working on Ph.D. or research projects can be extended by up to 12 months if the holder becomes a parent during the period covered by the stipend and has an entitlement to maternity or parental leave. Individual arrangements must be discussed with the Foundation’s administrative office. Solicitation Link|
|NAWCA Mexican Standard Grants||US Fish and Wildlife Service||Mexico||Grant||Life Sciences; Geosciences; Conservation; Restoration||June||The Mexican Standard Grants Program is a competitive, matching grants program that supports public-private partnerships carrying out projects in Mexico that further the goals of the North American Wetlands Conservation Act. These projects must involve long-term protection, restoration, enhancement and/or establishment of wetlands and associated uplands habitats for the benefit of all wetlands-associated migratory birds. Activities that involve technical training, education, sustainable-use studies, or organizational infrastructure-building needed to develop or strengthen wetlands conservation and management capabilities are also eligible. A 1:1 match is required. Soliciation Link|
|Centennial Travel Award in Basic Science Tropical Disease Research||American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene||Global; Tropical areas||Grant||Disease; Immunology; Genetics; Molecular biology; Biochemistry; Cell biology; Entomology||July||The ASTMH Centennial Travel Award was established in 2003 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its parent society. This centennial milestone is honored with this award that fosters international collaboration in the basic science of tropical infectious diseases. This award also provides physicians and scientists the opportunity for field experience in combination with laboratory studies of parasitic, bacterial or viral infectious diseases in endemic developing countries. In an effort to stimulate interest in tropical infectious diseases and build international collaborations, ASTMH seeks applications from physicians and scientists for this international career opportunity focused on benefiting underserved populations in locations in the world where the burden of disease is high. Solicitation Link|
|Reading for Ethiopia's Achievement Developed (READ) II Activity||Agency for International Development||Ethiopia||Grant||"Education; Curriculum Development; |
|July||READ II’s overall objective is to contribute to USAID/Ethiopia’s goal of improving the reading proficiency of 15 million children. READ II also intends to achieve two cross-cutting and complementary objectives: demonstrate interventions that can meaningfully and measurably prepare a range of vulnerable students for learning and contribute to the implementation of a structured gender approach to increase boys’ and girls’ grade retention and grade progression at key grades in key regions or zones. READ II directly contributes to Ethiopia’s existing Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) Development Objective (DO) #3: Improved Learning Outcomes. READ II is intended to support grade 1-4 students, teachers, and communities as primary beneficiaries of this activity, while grade 5-8 students, teachers, and youth are secondary priorities. The Ministry of Education (MOE) will play a key guiding role, with the majority of capacity building activities and leadership training under IR 3 focused on staff from zones and woredas, as well as regional education bureaus (REBs). While the majority of READ II’s interventions support reading and writing improvement in the early grades, USAID/Ethiopia will not neglect working in a responsive and systematic manner with the MOE to improve services for the millions of students who are chronically or unexpectedly confronted by the effects dire poverty, conflict or emergency-related events. Solicitation Link|
|International Research Experiences for Students (IRES)||Office of International Science & Engineering||Global||Grant||International Research; International Collaboration; Science; Engineering||August||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 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. Solicitation Link|
|History of Art Grants Program||Kress Foundation||Europe||Grant||Arts and Humanities; History of Art||October||The History of Art program supports scholarly projects that will enhance the appreciation and understanding of European art and architecture. Grants are awarded to projects that create and disseminate specialized knowledge, including archival projects, development and dissemination of scholarly databases, documentation projects, museum exhibitions and publications, photographic campaigns, scholarly catalogues and publications, and technical and scientific studies. Grants are also awarded for activities that permit art historians to share their expertise through international exchanges, professional meetings, conferences, symposia, consultations, the presentation of research, and other professional events. Solicitation Link|
|Digital Resources Grant Program||Kress Foundation||Europe||Grant||Arts and Humanities; Pedagogy; Digital||October||The Digital Resources program is intended to foster new forms of research and collaboration as well as new approaches to teaching and learning. Support will also be offered for the digitization of important visual resources (especially art history photographic archives) in the area of pre-modern European art history; of primary textual sources (especially the literary and documentary sources of European art history); for promising initiatives in online publishing; and for innovative experiments in the field of digital art history. Please note that this grant program does not typically support the digitization of museum object collections. Grants are award to non-profit institutions with 501(c) 3 status, based in the United States, including supporting foundations of European institutions. Solicitation Link|
|NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)||Office of International Science & Engineering||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Geosciences; Computer and information Science and Engineering; Engineering; Materials Research||October||The purpose of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce of the United States. The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based master's and doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) or in STEM education. The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant research achievements in STEM or STEM education. NSF especially encourages women, members of underrepresented minority groups, persons with disabilities, veterans, and undergraduate seniors to apply. Solicitation Link|
|Global Innovation Fund||USAID||Global||Grant||Social Innovation; Social Impact; Human Development; Engineering; Solution||Applications Accepted Continuously||GIF invests in social innovations that aim to improve the lives and opportunities of millions of people in the developing world. Through grants and risk capital, it supports solutions with strong potential for social impact at a large scale. GIF is interested in hearing how innovations can make it easier, faster, less costly or otherwise more feasible to tackle an important development challenges. Solicitation Link|
|ERC Consolidator Grant||European Research Council||European Research Council||Grant||Science; Engineering||February||Designed to support researchers at the stage at which they are consolidating their own independent research team or program. Strengthens independent and excellent new individual research teams that have been recently created. Solicitation Link|
|Andrew W. Mellon Mediterranean Regional Research Fellowship||Andrew W. Mellon Foundation||Italy; Jordan; Algeria; Morocco; Tunisia; Egypt; Turkey; Greece; Cyprus; Palestine; Israel||Fellowship||Linguistics; Literature; History; Jurisprudence; Philosophy; Archaeology; Comparative Religion; Ethics; Arts||January||Supports Mediterranean-focused research in the humanities and related social sciences in countries bordering the Mediterranean. Preference will be given to projects which propose research in a humanities or related social science discipline, as defined by NEH Guidelines. Solicitation Link.|
|US-Russia University Partnership Program (UPP)||Eurasia Foundation||Russia; United States||Research; Partnership Support||Any Academic Field||January||Invites accredited higher education institutions from Russia and the United States to submit joint proposals for new bilateral partnerships to the Winter 2016 Linkage funding competition. Accepts proposals jointly developed by at least one US and one Russian partner institution, with the goal of launching mutually-beneficial partnership projects that promise strong and sustained cooperation between institutions beyond the funding period. Solicitation Link.|
|Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER)||USAID||Global||Research||Biology; Agriculture; Ecology; Climatology; Democracy; Governance;||January||Invites scientists in developing countries to apply for funds to support research and capacity-building activities on topics of importance to USAID. UGA researchers have served as U.S. PEER partners in the past, enabling international collaborative research projects. Solicitation Link.|
|ERC Starting Grant||European Research Council||EU Member States||Grant||Science; Engineering||October; February||Aim to support up-and-coming research leaders who are about to establish a proper research team and to start conducting independent research in Europe. Targets promising researchers who have the proven potential of becoming independent research leaders. Supports the creation of excellent new research teams. Solicitation Link|
|Borlaug Cocoa Fellowship||U.S. Department of Agriculture||Latin America; Caribbean; West Africa; Asia||Fellowship||Agronomy; Nutrition; Food Safety; Sanitation; Natural Resource Management; Agricultural Biotechnology; Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Policy||November||Provides fellows with skills and knowledge to help their countries become more competitive in producing and exporting cocoa and cocoa products. Fellows work one-on-one with a mentor at a U.S. research institution for up to 12 weeks. The U.S. mentor will later visit the fellow’s home institution to continue collaboration. Solicitation Link.|
|Borlaug Global Research Alliance Fellowship||U.S. Department of Agriculture||16 focuses; see details||Fellowship||Agronomy; Climatology; Nutrition; Food Safety; Sanitation; Natural Resource Management; Agricultural Biotechnology; Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Policy||November||Provides early-to-midcareer agricultural research scientists, faculty, and policymakers with individual training opportunities in climate change mitigation research. Applicants are selected based on their academic and professional research interests and achievements, level of scientific competence, aptitude for scientific research, leadership potential, likelihood of bringing back new ideas to their home institution, and flexibility and aptitude for success in a cross-cultural environment. Solicitation Link.|
|Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellowship Program||U.S. Department of Agriculture||Many focuses; see details||Fellowship||Agriculture; Genetics; Agronomy; Biology; Biotechnology; Biofuels; Botany; Food Safety; Veterinary Science; Natural Resource Management;||December||Fellows will work one-on-one with a mentor at a U.S. university, research center, or government agency, usually for 8-12 weeks. The U.S. mentor will later visit the fellow’s home institution to continue collaboration. Solicitation Link|
|Japanese Studies Fellowship Program||The Japan Foundation||Japan||Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences||November||This program provides support to outstanding scholars in the field by offering the opportunity to conduct research in Japan. Solicitation Link.|
|Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS)||National Science Foundation||France; Germany; Israel; United States||Grant||Engineering; Mathematics; Computer Science; Biology; Economics; Mdicine; Public Health; Mental Health; Neuroscience; Biomedical Science; Bioengineering||November||Supports collaborative activities that will advance the understanding of nervous system structure and function, mechanisms underlying nervous system disorders, and computational strategies used by the nervous system. Solicitation Link.|
|McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program||U.S. Department of Agriculture||Global||Grant||International Relations; Non-profit; Agriculture||Recurring - Next Call for Proposals TBD||Supports education, child development and food security in low-income, food-deficit countries around the globe. Provides for the donation of U.S. agricultural commodities, as well as financial and technical assistance, to support school feeding and maternal and child nutrition projects. Solicitation Link.|
|Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Grant||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports scientists and scholars from outside Germany who are internationally renowned in their field and are expected to continue producing cutting-edge achievements in their field. Award winners are honored for their outstanding research record and invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project with specialist colleagues at a research institution in Germany. Solicitation Link|
|Fraunhofer-Bessel Research Award||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation/Fraunhofer Society for the Advancement of Applied Research||Germany||Grant||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports scientists and scholars from all non-European countries who completed their doctorates less than 18 years ago and are internationally recognized for their achievements in the field of applied research. Solicitation Link|
|Humboldt Research Award||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Grant||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||Academics from abroad, regardless of their discipline or nationality, may be nominated for a Humboldt Research Award. Award winners are invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project with specialist colleagues at a research institution in Germany. Solicitation Link|
|Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Fellowship||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports researchers from outside Germany with above average qualifications who have completed their doctorate less than twelve years ago. Applicants should already have their own research profile and a record of several years of independent academic work. Allows a researcher to carry out long-term research (6-18 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research and their academic host. Solicitation Link|
|Translation Projects||National Endowment for the Arts||Global||Grant||Linguistics; Anthropology; Literature||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports projects for the translation of specific works of prose, poetry, or drama from other languages into English. Grants are for $12,500 or $25,000. Award amounts are determined by the NEA. Solicitation Link|
|Humboldt Research Fellowship for Postdoctoral Researchers||Alexander von Humboldt Foundation||Germany||Fellowship||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports a researcher from outside Germany who has completed their doctorate in the last four years. Allows a researcher to carry out long-term research (6-24 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research and their academic host. Solicitation Link|
|EMBO Short-Term Fellowships||European Molecular Biology Organization||Global||Fellowship||Biology; Botany; Immunology; Genetics; Microbiology; Virology; Pathology||Applications Accepted Continuously||Funds research visits of up to three months to laboratories in Europe and elsewhere in the world. Facilitates valuable collaborations with research groups applying techniques that are unavailable in the applicant's laboratory. Solicitation Link|
|South and Central Asia Grant||U.S. Institute of Peace||South Asia; Central Asia||Grant||Conflict Resolution; Peace Studies||Applications Accepted Continuously||Supports projects designed to promote civil society- led initiatives for conflict transformation and strengthen local and regional capacities for dialogue and peacebuilding across ethnic, sectarian and national boundaries. Tests new ideas and pioneering approaches to peacebuilding efforts through education, training, research, and the media. Solicitation Link|
|Parallel Funding Initiative for Collaborative Research Between Investigators in the USA and in the State of São Paulo, Brazil||National Institutes of Health||Brazil; United States||Grant||All||Applications Accepted Continuously||The National Institute of Health (NIH) and the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP), Brazil, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to encourage collaborative international research between investigators in the US and in the State of São Paulo. The two funding agencies intend to jointly support successful R01 applications to the NIH that fall within research areas of mutual interest, including single disciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches and topics. The areas of interest include the mission areas of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs). Inquiries about the suitability of proposed projects for each IC can be directed to the Point of Contact at each participating IC. Solicitation Link|
|Feed the Future||USAID||Uganda||Announcement of Future Funding||Development; Agriculture; Economics||TBD||Aims to accelerate inclusive agriculture sector growth through improved agricultural productivity, expanded markets and trade, and increased economic resilience in vulnerable rural communities. Aims to improve nutritional status by increasing access to and consumption of diverse and quality foods and by strengthening the prevention, identification and treatment of malnutrition. Announcement Link|
|Strengthening Watershed and Irrigation Management (SWIM)||USAID||Afghanistan||Contract||Agriculture; Food Security; Environmental Science||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: January||Supports sustainable, agriculture-led economic growth by increasing the sustainable and productive use of water livelihoods, and strengthening water resource management. Solicitation Link|
|Gender Legacy Initiatives. Gender and Development Studies Institute and Kabul University (CEGADS)||USAID||Afghanistan||Contract||Social Science; Women's Empowerment; Gender Equality; Education||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: June||Seeks to build a Resource and Technology Center to provide a space for students and faculty to conduct gender-related research as well as provide career counseling to female students. Solicitation Link|
|New FTF Activity: Horticulture Value-Chain Promotion||USAID||Cambodia||Contract||Agriculture; Food Security||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: December||Seeks to improve food security and nutrition through market-based horticulture value chain. Solicitation Link|
|Prey Lang and Cardamons Landscapes Program||USAID||Cambodia||TBD||Agriculture; Food Security; Environmental Science||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: June||Focuses on improving the overall management of the Prey Lang and Cardamoms Landscapes through biodiversity conservation, strengthening the governance and policies related to the two landscapes, and increasing sustainable economic growth within each landscape as well as into the extended landscape area toward the lake. Solicitation Link|
|Eastern Plains Conservation Program||USAID||Cambodia||TBD||Agriculture; Food Security; Environmental Science||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: June||Focuses on the improved management of Eastern Plains with a range of appropriate activities taking place at the sub-national level along with strategic investments at the national level with various ministries and institutions.|
|FTF Ethiopia Agriculture Value Chain Project||USAID||Ethiopia||Contract||Economics; Food Security; Public Administration||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: February||Aims to increase agricultural productivity and production to ensure that growth is broad-based, improves linkages to domestic and international markets, as well as support agriculture and nutrition linkages. Solicitation Link; Solicitation Link|
|Enhancing Livelihood Opportunities to Targeted PSNP Beneficiaries||USAID||Ethiopia||Cooperative Agreement||Agriculture; Food Security||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: September||Seeks to support and enhance livelihood opportunities of chronically food insecure households. Solicitation Link|
|Feed the Future Malawi Ag Diversification for Incomes and Nutrition||USAID||Malawi||Contract||Agriculture; Food Security||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: February||Feed the Future in Malawi helps smallholder farmers improve their productivity and incomes. To address food insecurity and spur agriculture-led growth, the government of Malawi continues to review and implement its overarching development policies and strategies, including the National Nutrition Policy and Strategic Plan; Malawi Growth & Development Strategy; and the Agriculture Sector-Wide Approach.|
|Moldova Agriculture Competitiveness (MAC) Activity||USAID||Moldova||Contract||Economics; Agriculture; Agrinomics||Forecast - Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: February||Targets market diversification for a sub-set of most competitive high-value agricultural products, with significant efforts oriented towards tapping into the EU and Middle East market. Solicitation Link|
|OEG: Agriculture and Rural Development Support (ARDS) Project||USAID||Ukraine||Task Order/Delivery Order||Economics; Public Administration; Finance||August||Promotes land reform, access to finance, export promotion and institution building. Solicitation Link|
|Supporting Independent Journalism and Innovation||Open Society Foundations||Global||Grant||Journalism||March; July||The program supports promising initiatives led by individuals or collectives that strive to improve their journalism under difficult circumstances, such as autocracy, violence, repression, or poverty - or in moments of great opportunity, such as first democratic elections, peace agreements, or massive social mobilizations. Solicitation Link|
|Democracy Commission Grants Program||U.S. Embassy in Macedonia||Republic of Macedonia||Grant||Civic education; diplomacy; training; development; media; journalism; communications||April||The U.S. Embassy Democracy Commission Grants Program awards grants to Macedonian non-profit and non-governmental organizations and independent media for projects that support the development of democratic institutions in the Republic of Macedonia. Solicitation Link|
|Study Abroad Innovation Competition||100,000 Strong in the Americas||Latin America||Grant||Student mobility; study abroad; diversity||August||All higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico that increase student mobility in any academic field of study, with a special emphasis on programs that diversity the student population studying abroad, specifically those of racial ethnic or economically disadvantaged backgrounds—are eligible to compete. Solicitation Link|
|Peru-U.S. Innovation Competition||100,000 Strong in the Americas||Peru; Latin America||Grant||Student mobility; study abroad; Environmental Science, Climate Change, Water, Science, Technology; Engineering; Mathematics; STEM; diversity||August||All higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States and all HEIs, including vocational and technical colleges, in Peru that increase student mobility in the fields of Environmental Science, Climate Change, Water, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), with an emphasis on programs that increase opportunities for marginalized students—are eligible to compete. Solicitation Link|
|American-Region Grants||Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for international Scholarly Exchange||China; Taiwan||Grant; Conference; Workshop; Seminar; Publication; Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences; culture; society; international cooperation; exchange; mobility||August - October||The Foundation is deeply committed to its mission of encouraging scholars at academic institutions throughout the world to undertake research projects in the humanities and social sciences that can shed new light on Chinese culture and society, as well as engage in international cooperation and exchange. Solicitation Link|
|Research Program||W. M. Keck Foundation||Global||Grant||Science; medical; health; high-risk; technology;||May; November||Supporting pioneering discoveries in science, engineering and medical research has been our mandate from the beginning. By funding the high-risk/high-impact work of leading researchers, we are laying the groundwork for new paradigms, technologies and discoveries that will save lives, provide innovative solutions, and add to our understanding of the world. Both Senior and Early Career investigators are encouraged to apply. Solicitation Link|
|Collaborative Research Grants||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities; conference support; archeological projects; archaeology; collaboration; scholar mobility; social sciences||December||Collaborative Research grants support groups of two or more scholars engaging in significant and sustained research in the humanities. The program seeks to encourage projects in a single field of study, as well as interdisciplinary work, both within the humanities and beyond. Projects that include partnerships with researchers from the natural and social sciences are encouraged, but they must remain firmly rooted in the humanities and must employ humanistic methods.
Collaborators may be drawn from a single institution or several institutions across the United States; up to half of the collaborators may be based outside of the U.S. Partnerships among different sorts of institutions are welcome: for example, research universities might partner with teaching colleges, libraries, museums, or independent research institutions. Solicitation Link
|Gerald D. Feldman Travel Grants||Max Weber Foundation||Germany||Grant||Humanities; social sciences; cultural studies||October||The travel grants are meant to improve the career opportunities for humanities and social science academics in their qualification phase. The scientists conduct a self-chosen research project in at least two and at most three host countries which are home to MWS institutes and branches or at the Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History. The total term of funding shall not exceed three months. Placements (at most one month per host country, shorter stays are possible) are to be used for research, especially in libraries and archives. Academics are expected to produce transnational and transregional studies, providing research with new and original ideas. The research placements should ideally be completed within 12 months, or at most 24. Solicitation Link|
|Abe Fellowship||Social Science Research Council||Japan||Fellowship||Global threats; sustainability; development; society; diversity||September||Terms of the fellowship are flexible and are designed to meet the needs of researchers at different stages in their careers. The program provides Abe Fellows with a minimum of 3 and maximum of 12 months of full-time support over a 24-month period. Fellowship tenure must begin between April 1 and December 31 of a given year. Fellowship tenure need not be continuous, but must be concluded within 24 months of initial activation of the fellowship. Solicitation Link|
|ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship||American Council of Learned Societies||Global||Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences||September||ACLS invites applications for the tenth annual competition for ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships, which support small teams of two or more scholars collaborating intensively on a single, substantive project in the humanities and related social sciences. The goal of the project should be a tangible research product (such as joint print or web publications) for which at least two collaborators will take credit. The program is funded by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Solicitation Link|
|Title VIII Research Scholar Program||American Councils for International Education||Russia; Eurasia; Eastern Europe||Grant||Anthropology; history; international relations; political science; government; public administration||October||Funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Program for Research and Training on Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (Title VIII), the American Councils Research Scholar Program provides full support for graduate students, faculty, and independent scholars seeking to conduct in-country, independent research for three consecutive months to nine consecutive months in Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe. Solicitation Link|
|Title VIII Combined Research and Language Training Program||American Councils for International Education||Russia; Eurasia; Eastern Europe; former Soviet Union||Grant||Anthropology; history; international relations; political science; government; public administration; humanities; language||October||Funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Program for Research and Training on Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (Title VIII), the American Councils Combined Research and Language Training (CRLT) Program serves graduate students and scholars who, in addition to support for research in the independent states of the former Soviet Union, require supplemental language instruction. The synergistic nature of the research and language training aspects of the Combined Research and Language Training Program promises both more productive research and efficient language acquisition. Solicitation Link|
|Gerald D. Feldman Travel Grants||Max Weber Stiftung||China, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lebanon, Poland, Russia, Senegal, Turkey||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences||October||The travel grants are meant to improve the career opportunities for humanities and social science academics in their qualification phase. The scientists conduct a self-chosen research project in at least two and at most three host countries which are home to MWS institutes and branches or at the Richard Koebner Minerva Center for German History. The total term of funding shall not exceed three months. Placements (at most one month per host country, shorter stays are possible) are to be used for research, especially in libraries and archives. Academics are expected to produce transnational and transregional studies, providing research with new and original ideas. The research placements should ideally be completed within 12 months, or at most 24. Solicitation Link|
|Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB)||National Science Foundation, Division of Environmental Biology||Global||Grant||Biological Sciences; Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Biology; Environment; Ecology; Ecosystems; Population; Soil Nutrients||January; |
|The Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB) Program supports the generation of extended time series of data to address important questions in evolutionary biology, ecology, and ecosystem science. Research areas include, but are not limited to, the effects of natural selection or other evolutionary processes on populations, communities, or ecosystems; the effects of interspecific interactions that vary over time and space; population or community dynamics for organisms that have extended life spans and long turnover times; feedbacks between ecological and evolutionary processes; pools of materials such as nutrients in soils that turn over at intermediate to longer time scales; and external forcing functions such as climatic cycles that operate over long return intervals. Solicitation Link|
|International Affairs Fellowship||Council on Foreign Relations||Global||Fellowship||Government; Politics; Law; Civic; Leadership; Professional Development; Fellowship; Social Science; Humanities; Policy; Public Administration||October||The IAF aims to bridge the gap between the study and making of U.S. foreign policy by creating the next generation of scholar-practitioners. The program offers its fellows the unique chance to experience a new field and gain a different perspective at a pivotal moment in their careers. Academics are thus placed in public service and policy-oriented settings, while government officials are placed in scholarly settings. Solicitation Link|
|State-of-the-Art Conference Grants||Internal: UGA Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost||Global; UGA; USA||Conference Support||Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Social Sciences; Humanities; Engineering; Conference; Project; Collaboration||September||State-of-the-Art Conference Grants, sponsored by the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, provide UGA faculty the opportunity to organize a unique conference on the University of Georgia campus that facilitates new interaction between national and international scholars and UGA faculty and students. Solicitation Link|
|Advancing Translational Clinical Probiotic/Prebiotic and Human Microbiome Research (R01)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Vaccines; Antimicrobial; Bacteria; Physical Science; Life Science; Health; Medicine; Probiotic; Prebiotic; Microbiome||February||The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is twofold: 1. to accelerate translational and clinical Phase I and II a/b safety and efficacy studies for substantiating measurable functional benefits of probiotic/prebiotic components and/or their combinations; and; 2. to understand the underlying mechanisms of their action(s), and variability in responses to these interventions.
|Earth Science for Society||United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization||Austria; Canada; China; Czech Republic; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Ireland; Italy; Japan; Korea; Norway; Portugal; Slovenia; Spain; United Kingdom; Global||Meeting and Workshop Support||World Heritage; Water; Press; Freedom; HIV & AIDS; Climate Change; Languages; Youth; Education; Life Sciences; Social Sciences; Physical Science; Engineering; Humanities; Ecology; Women; STEM||October||The IGCP financially supports about 30 projects per year which are assessed by a peer-review process and have a lifetime of five years. Annual funding levels range between 5,000 and 10,000 USD to be used exclusively for meetings or workshops. Additional resources are usually needed to ensure realisation of the projects’ research goals, and scientists are strongly encouraged to raise such funds. Solicitation Link|
|Higher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities||The Mellon Foundation||Global||Grant||Humanities; Higher Education; Capacity Building; Collaboration; Course Development||Applications Accepted Continuously||Through the program in Higher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities, the Foundation assists select colleges, universities, and research institutes in the work of training scholars and producing scholarship in the humanities broadly conceived, and thereby contributing to culture and society. In practical terms, this means helping institutions and professional organizations respond to the economic, demographic, financial, and technological challenges affecting higher education, supporting initiatives designed to enhance the learning experience of both undergraduate and graduate students in the humanities, and fostering collaborations within and among institutions that support disciplinary innovation, foster practices of diversity and inclusion, and promote the social value of the humanities. Solicitation Link|
|Dialogues on the Experience of War||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities||October||The National Endowment for the Humanities offers the Dialogues on the Experience of War program as part of its current initiative, Standing Together: The Humanities and the Experience of War. The program supports the study and discussion of important humanities sources about war, in the belief that these sources can help U.S. military veterans and others think more deeply about the issues raised by war and military service. Although the program is primarily designed to reach military veterans, men and women in active service, military families, and interested members of the public may also participate. Solicitation link|
|Humanities Research Networks||Ministry of Higher Education and Science - Denmark||Global||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences; Medical Sciences||April||The purpose of Research Networks | Humanities is to strengthen the cooperation among research areas which are geographically and institutionally scattered. The council also supports networks, which could lead to larger projects or larger interdisciplinary groups of researchers working across institutions. IRFD | Humanities only supports broadly based research networks with participation from Danish as well as foreign research environments. Eligible projects include: research that significantly adds to knowledge and understanding of the humanities;
conferences on topics of major importance in the humanities that will benefit scholarly research; and archaeological projects that emphasize interpretation, data reuse, and dissemination of results. Solicitation Link
|Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS)||National Science Foundation||USA; France; Germany; Israel||Collaboration; Grants||Engineering; Neuroscience; Computer Science||December||Computational research supported under this program must relate to biological processes and should lead to hypotheses that are testable in biological studies. It is expected that: (1) research collaborations will build on complementary investigator expertise in computation or modeling, theory, and/or experimental neuroscience; (2) the collaborations should involve a dynamic and possibly protracted period of development and refinement of models, theories, and/or analytical techniques, and intense interactions among scientists and engineers from different disciplines; and (3) the development and testing of new models or theories should provide a framework for the design of experiments and the generation of new hypotheses that can help reveal mechanisms and processes underlying normal or diseased states of the nervous system.
Innovative educational and training opportunities are highly encouraged, to develop research capacity in computational neuroscience, to broaden participation in research and education, and to increase the impact of computational neuroscience research. Activities at all levels of educational and career development are welcome under this solicitation. International research experiences for students and early-career researchers are highly encouraged in all projects involving international collaborations.
Parallel funding is available for bilateral US-German Research Proposals, US-German Data Sharing Proposals, US-French Research Proposals, US-French Data Sharing Proposals, US-Israeli Research Proposals, US-Israeli Data Sharing Proposals, and multilateral proposals involving the United States and 2 or more partnering countries (Germany, France, and/or Israel). Solicitation Link
|Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water||Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Water; Water Management; Water Use||December||The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW) is an international award focusing on water-related scientific innovation and judged by leading scientists from around the world. Five prizes are bestowed every two years.
Each of the four specialized prizes is worth US$ 133,000. Researchers, research teams, and organizations nominate themselves for these prizes:
The Surface Water Prize coves every aspect of the study and development of surface water resources. The Groundwater Prize awards work related to all aspects of the study and development of groundwater resources. The Alternative Water Resources Prize covers desalination, waste water treatment, and other non-traditional sources of water. The Water Management & Protection Prize addresses the use, management, and protection of water resources.
Worth US$ 266,000, the Creativity Prize is by nomination only. Universities, university departments, research institutes, companies, and agencies can nominate individuals and teams of researchers for this Prize. The Creativity prize is awarded to an innovator or pioneer for water-related scientific work that can rightly be considered a breakthrough in any water-related field. The work might be a body of research, an invention, or a new patented technology. Solicitation Link
|Ford Foundation Senior Fellowship||National Academies of Science||Global||Fellowship||Sciences; Engineering; Medicine||January||An annual stipend of $80,000 will be pro-rated according to the length of the approved work plan. An allotment of $5,000 for travel and other research expenses also will be provided. The fellowship may be held during a sabbatical year, but this is not a requirement. The stipend will be paid independent of any sabbatical pay. If necessary, health insurance may be negotiated as part of the award. Solicitation Link|
|Research Coordination Networks||National Science Foundation||Global||Collaborations; Grants||Physical Sciences; Engineering; Geosciences; Computer and Information Sciences; Biological Sciences; Social Sciences; Behavioral Sciences; Economic Sciences; Education and Human Resources||Applications Accepted Continuously||The goal of the RCN program is to advance a field or create new directions in research or education by supporting groups of investigators to communicate and coordinate their research, training and educational activities across disciplinary, organizational, geographic and international boundaries. The RCN program provides opportunities to foster new collaborations,including international partnerships,and address interdisciplinary topics. Innovative ideas for implementing novel networking strategies, collaborative technologies, training, broadening participation, and development of community standards for data and meta-data are especially encouraged. RCN awards are not meant to support existing networks; nor are they meant to support the activities of established collaborations. RCN awards also do not support primary research. Rather, the RCN program supports the means by which investigators can share information and ideas, coordinate ongoing or planned research activities, foster synthesis and new collaborations, develop community standards, and in other ways advance science and education through communication and sharing of ideas. Solicitation Link|
|The Archaeology of Portugal Fellowship||Archaeological Institute of America||Global||Fellowship||Social Sciences||November||To support projects pertaining to the archaeology of Portugal, to be conducted between July 1 of the award year and the following June 30. These include, but are not limited to, research projects, colloquia, symposia, publication, and travel for research or to academic meetings for the purpose of presenting papers on the archaeology of Portugal. Solicitation Link|
|Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies||American Council of Learned Societies||Taiwan, China; Tibet; Hong Kong||Grant; Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences||November||The program offers three competitions: Predissertation-Summer Travel Grants, for graduate students who wish to conduct preliminary preparations in China prior to beginning basic research for the dissertation. These grants are not intended as extensions of the time devoted to basic research but to support the necessary steps to prepare for it. They are for graduate students—with a PhD prospectus in hand or developing one—seeking to investigate the research currently underway in Chinese archives and field sites, to establish contact with Chinese scholars, and to secure necessary permissions for fieldwork or archival research; Postdoctoral Fellowships, (PhD acquired no sooner than 2009) for scholars who are preparing their PhD dissertation for publication, or who are embarking on new research projects; and Collaborative Reading-Workshop Grants, for scholars of different disciplines to investigate texts that constitute essential points of entry to Chinese periods, traditions, communities, or events in contemporary or historical times. Solicitation Link|
|Reducing Stigma to Improve HIV/AIDS prevention, Treatment and Care in Low and Middle-Income Countries (R21)||NIH Fogarty International Center||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Humanities||December||This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) seeks to stimulate new and impactful research towards the development of stigma reduction interventions leading to better outcomes for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS and on the quality of life of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH) in Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs). Specifically, this initiative will support research on a) novel stigma reduction interventions that link to increase in care-seeking behavior and/or decrease in transmission; b) reducing the impact of stigma on adolescent and/or youth health; c) strategies to cope with the complex burden of stigmatization due to HIV and one or more co-morbidities/co-infections; d) reducing the effects of stigma on and/or by family members or caregivers of PLWH; and e) innovative and improved stigma measurement in the context of intervention development or implementation. The R21 grant mechanism is intended to encourage exploratory/developmental research by providing support for the early and conceptual stages of project development (https://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/r21.htm). It is hoped that this preliminary research will lay the foundation for larger intervention studies that can be funded by other organizations or NIH institutes that support stigma research. Solicitation Link|
|Collaborative Minority Health and Health Disparities Research with Tribal Epidemiology Centers (R01)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Health; Minority Health; Health Disparities||December||The purpose of this initiative is to support collaborative research between Tribal Epidemiology Centers and extramural investigators on topics related to minority health and health disparities in American Indian / Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations. Solicitation Link|
|Improvements in Facilities, Communications, and Equipment at Biological Field Stations and Marine Laboratories (FSML)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Marine Biology; Ecosystems||December||In recognition of the continuing need for modern facilities and equipment at FSMLs, the NSF invites proposals that address the general goal of FSML improvement. Requests must fall exclusively into one of two classes: Improvement or Planning. Improvement proposals should focus on well-defined projects of major equipment acquisition, data management and communication systems modernization, or physical plant improvement. Planning proposals are for strategic institutional planning for the long term research and education goals of the station. In addition to a clear description of the proposed improvement or planning project, proposals are expected to present a compelling justification based on demonstrated need for the project, and a realistic appraisal of its potential impact on biological and environmental research and education activities at the proposing facility. Solicitation Link|
|Dear Colleague Letter: Support for Engaging Students and the Public in Polar Research||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Polar Sciences; Polar Infrastructure; STEM||November; December||In order to advance polar science educational opportunities, OPP, DUE and DRL will accept and review proposals for research and development projects that facilitate access to polar research efforts in (1) undergraduate education, (2) informal science education or (3) formal PK-12 science or math education. Proposals that engage audiences with long-term investments in polar research and logistics (e.g., the Arctic or Antarctic science stations), with databases that have extended lifespans, (e.g., data from the Arctic Observing Network), or with public participation in scientific research, such as crowdsourcing or citizen science related to the Arctic or Antarctic, are particularly encouraged. Solicitation Link|
|Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa): Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues (ELSI) Research Program (U01)||National Institutes of Health||Africa||Grant||Life Sciences; Genomics; Genetics; Environmental Health||December||In order to enhance the capacity for genomics and environmental health research, in Africa by African scientists, and to understand the genetic and environmental factors that determine disease susceptibility, H3Africa has three interrelated, interdependent objectives:
To support human genomics and genetics research that will not only generate important findings and discoveries relevant to human health, but will also serve as a vehicle to improve the research capacity of African laboratories and provide research opportunities for young scientists at the institutions where the research is carried out;
to expand expertise and experience in genomics-based biomedical research and environmental epidemiology in Africa through research experience, skills development, and enhanced collaborations with regional, national, and international partners;
to improve infrastructure including bioinformatics and biorepository capacity needed to support genomics-based and environmental research and associated data and sample sharing.
The contact PD/PI must be affiliated with the LMIC African institution submitting the application where the proposed research program will be established and must have citizenship in an LMIC African country. Other Multiple PDs/PIs with relevant expertise from partner institutions in Africa, U.S. or other high income country (HIC) institutions may be proposed. Multiple PDs/PIs should have a documented history of collaboration relevant to the proposed program. Solicitation Link
|Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI)||US Department of Agriculture||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Genetics; Plants; Genomics||December||The intent of the SCRI program is to address the needs of the various specialty crop industries through the promotion of collaboration, open communication, the exchange of information, and the development of resources that accelerate application of scientific discovery and technology. The SCRI program will give priority to projects that are multistate, multi-institutional, or trans-disciplinary (see Definitions, Part VIII
(E)), and include clearly defined mechanisms to communicate results to producers and the public.
To address critical United States specialty crop issues, priorities, or problems through the integration of research and extension activities, applicants are encouraged to include international partnerships or engagement in proposals, as appropriate. Any proposed activity (e.g., partnerships, exchanges, training, and/or travel), must support the domestic objectives of SCRI. Applicants must clearly describe and demonstrate how international activities proposed in applications submitted to SCRI will contribute to advances in U.S. specialty crop industries. Solicitation Link
|Capacity Building||Conservation, Food & Health Foundation||Asia; Africa; Latin America; Middle East||Grant||Life Sciences; Food; Conservation; Environment; Health||January||The foundation supports special projects and programs of non-governmental organizations in three areas: conservation, food, and health. Examples of areas of interest within these fields follow, but are not meant to be exclusive. Conservation grants help improve ecological and environmental conditions in low- and middle-income countries. Food grants help research-based efforts to improve food and nutrition security and improve natural resources and ecosystems. The foundation supports public health programs that focus on populations rather than individuals. It funds programs that emphasize disease prevention and health promotion over those that emphasize disease diagnosis, treatment, and care. Solicitation Link|
|Career Awards for Medical Scientists||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Medicine; Diseases; Biomedical||October||The Career Awards for Medical Scientists (CAMS) is a highly competitive program that provides $700,000 awards over five years for physician-scientists, who are committed to an academic career, to bridge advanced postdoctoral/fellowship training and the early years of faculty service. Proposals must be in the area of basic biomedical, disease-oriented, or translational research. Proposals in health services research or involving large-scale clinical trials are not eligible. Solicitation Link|
|Career Awards at the Scientific Interface||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Mathematical Sciences; Computational Sciences; Engineering; Biological Sciences||September; January||BWF's Career Awards at the Scientific Interface (CASI) provide $500,000 over five years to bridge advanced postdoctoral training and the first three years of faculty service. These awards are open to U.S. and Canadian citizens or permanent residents as well as to U.S. temporary residents. These grants are intended to foster the early career development of researchers who have transitioned or are transitioning from undergraduate and/or graduate work in the physical/mathematical/computational sciences or engineering into postdoctoral work in the biological sciences, and who are dedicated to pursuing a career in academic research. Solicitation Link|
|Collaborative Research Travel Grants||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Mathematics; Physics; Chemistry; Computer Science; Statistics; Engineering; Biology||February||The Collaborative Research Travel Grant (CRTG) program provides up to $15,000 in support for relatively unrestricted travel funds to academic scientists (faculty and postdocs) at U.S. or Canadian degree-granting institutions. Grants must be used for domestic or international travel to another lab to learn new research techniques or begin or continue a collaboration to address biomedical questions. All proposals must be cross-disciplinary. Applicants with a doctoral degree in the physical, mathematical, or engineering sciences working on a biological problem are encouraged to apply. Conversely, proposals from biological scientists who desire to collaborate with a physical scientist, mathematician, or engineer are also encouraged to apply. Solicitation Link|
|Postdoctoral Enrichment Program||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Medicine||January||Postdoctoral Enrichment Program (PDEP) provides a total of $60,000 over three years to support the career development activities for underrepresented minority postdoctoral fellows in a degree-granting institution (an institution includes its affiliated graduate and medical schools, hospitals and research institutions) in the United States or Canada whose training and professional development are guided by mentors committed to helping them advance to stellar careers in biomedical or medical research. Generally, up to 12 awards will be granted for enrichment activities annually. This grant is meant to supplement the training of postdocs whose research activities are already supported. It is not a research grant. Solicitation Link|
|Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Pathogenesis; Microbial Biology||November||The Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease (PATH) award provides $500,000 over five years to support accomplished investigators at the assistant professor level to study pathogenesis, with a focus on the interplay between human and microbial biology, shedding light on how human and microbial systems are affected by their encounters. The Investigators in the Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease program provides opportunities for assistant professors to bring multidisciplinary approaches to the study of human infectious diseases. The goal of the program is to provide opportunities for accomplished investigators still early in their careers to study what happens at the points where the systems of humans and potentially infectious agents connect. The program supports research that sheds light on the fundamentals that affect the outcomes of these encounters: how colonization, infection, commensalism, and other relationships play out at levels ranging from molecular interactions to systemic ones. Solicitation Link|
|Preterm Birth Initiative||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Genetics/Genomics; Immunology; Microbiology; Evolutionary Biology; Mathematics; Engineering||December||The Preterm Birth Initiative was created to increase the understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying parturition and spontaneous preterm birth and will provide up to $600,000 over a four-year period ($150,000 per year). The initiative is designed to stimulate both creative individual scientists and multi-investigator teams to approach the problem of preterm birth using creative basic and translation science methods. Postdoctoral fellows nearing their transition to independent investigator status through senior established investigators are encouraged to apply. Solicitation Link|
|Innovation in Regulatory Science||The Burroughs Wellcome Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Mathematics; Computer Science; Applied Physics; Medicine; Engineering; Toxicology; Epidemiology; Biostatistics; Systems Pharmacology||March||BWF’s Innovation in Regulatory Science Awards provide up to $500,000 over five years to academic investigators developing new methodologies or innovative approaches in regulatory science that will ultimately inform the regulatory decisions the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and others make. The Burroughs Wellcome Fund identified Innovation in Regulatory Science as an important, underfunded area. This initiative is designed to provide financial support to stimulate research efforts in this area. The program's focus is on providing support for academic researchers developing new methodologies or innovative approaches in regulatory science that will ultimately inform the regulatory decisions FDA and others make. Solicitation Link|
|Indo-U.S. Vaccine Action Program (VAP) Small Research Grant Program (R03)||National Institutes of Health||India; South Asia; Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Medicine; Vaccines||February||The goal of the Vaccine Action Program (VAP) is to support collaborative vaccine-related research projects that ultimately reduce the burden of infectious diseases of importance in India, the U.S., the South Asian region and globally. Applications are encouraged from organizations/institutions that propose to conduct vaccine-related research through U.S.-Indo collaborations on a variety of infectious diseases, including immunologic characterization. Solicitation Link|
|Community Science Program (CSP) Annual Call||Joint Genome Institute Department of Energy||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Energy Security; Sustainability; Global Biogeochemistry||March||The CSP Annual Call is focused on large-scale sequence-based genomic science projects that address questions of relevance to DOE missions in energy security and sustainability and global biogeochemistry. While applications will be accepted that address any aspect of these mission areas, priority for this call will be given to projects that address the specific areas of special emphasis that are listed in the call, and exploit the diversity of JGI technical and analytical capabilities. Solicitation Link|
|FICUS JGI-EMSL||Joint Genome Institute Department of Energy||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Genomics; Molecular Characterization||April; May||The FICUS call between DOE JGI and Environmental Molecular Science Laboratory (EMSL) represents a unique opportunity for researchers to combine the power of genomics and molecular characterization in one proposed research project. Both user facilities play critical roles in supporting DOE’s energy, environment and basic research missions. Successful applications will focus on high risk/high payoff projects in the focused topic areas that can be completed on an accelerated timeline as compared with the standard CSP projects. In addition, they must utilize a broad range of the capabilities of each facility, and generate datasets beyond what each of these facilities could generate by itself. Solicitation Link|
|CSP Small-scale Microbial/Metagenome||Joint Genome Institute Department of Energy||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Life Sciences; Metagenomes; Bacteria||March||The Small-scale Microbial/Metagenome call seeks to target specific project types listed in the call, with an emphasis on providing pilot data to enable future large-scale proposal submission. Projects from first-time JGI investigators are strongly encouraged. Proposals may include up samples from up to three project types. The number of samples proposed must adhere to call guidelines for the proposal to be considered for scientific review.
Proposals for this call may be submitted at any time as brief white papers and will be reviewed every six months. Applicants may submit up to two proposals per cycle (but may be listed as co-PI on an unlimited number of proposals).
|CSP DNA Synthesis||Joint Genome Institute Department of Energy||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Microbes; Plant Science; Genetics||January||The mission of the DNA Synthesis Science Program is to enable users to perform state-of-the-art functional genomics research and to help them translate genomic information into biological function. Additionally, our value proposition is to enable users to study the function of genes that are otherwise difficult to source from environmental samples, including uncultured microbes and higher plants. For consortium-type projects, we can help coordinate the consortiums to publish articles on the highest impact journals. Solicitation Link|
|Communication and Public Opinion||United States-Japan Foundation||Global (Japan)||Grant; Collaborations||Humanities; Communication||December||The Foundation will consider communication and public opinion projects that not only raise awareness about Japan in the US and/or US in Japan, but also deal with concrete issues that affect the bilateral relationship (or are faced by the two nations). As foreign policy increasingly is subject to public opinion (and is often influenced by non-governmental actors), there is a need in both countries for increased and more diversified coverage of international news and current events, as well as strong links between certain non-government organizations (NGOs) to enhance bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
In addition, since mutual understanding between American and Japanese society requires deeper cultural knowledge, the Foundation occasionally supports documentary films, performances, exhibitions, and lectures that focus on Japanese/American culture. Solicitation Link
|Main Travel Grants Program||Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting||Global||Grant||Humanities; Communication; Mass Incarceration; Gun Violence||Applications Accepted Continuously||The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting funds international travel costs associated with reporting projects on topics and regions of global importance, with an emphasis on issues that have gone unreported or under-reported in the mainstream American media. The amount of individual travel grants will depend on the specific project and detailed budget planning. Most awards fall in the range of $5,000 to $15,000 but depending on project specifics may be higher. Solicitation Link|
|Publication Subsidies||Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation||China||Grant||Humanities; Chinese Studies; Social Sciences||January||Academic publishers may apply for subsidies for the publication of scholarly works related to the goals of the Foundation. The publication may be in the form of a book or a monograph. Applications will be accepted for completed book manuscripts, but not for books in a series. Priority will be given to first book projects by junior scholars. Publication subsidies usually range between $5,000 to $10,000. Publication Subsidy Grants may only be used to cover editing, indexing, and other relevant publication costs. Translation and research-related expenses may not be included. For further details, please contact the Foundation's North American Office.
For periodicals and journals, the Foundation will support one year's worth of publication. The application for the publication of conference proceedings requires a completed, edited draft. Solicitation Link
|Public Scholar Program||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities||February||The Public Scholar Program supports well-researched books in the humanities intended to reach a broad readership. Although humanities scholarship can be specialized, the humanities also strive to engage broad audiences in exploring subjects of general interest. They seek to deepen our understanding of the human condition as well as current conditions and contemporary problems. The Public Scholar Program aims to encourage scholarship that will be of broad interest and have lasting impact. Such scholarship might present a narrative history, tell the stories of important individuals, analyze significant texts, provide a synthesis of ideas, revive interest in a neglected subject, or examine the latest thinking on a topic. International travel is supported. Solicitation Link|
|ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships||American Council of Learned Societies||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Humanities; Social Sciences||September||ACLS invites applications for the tenth annual competition for ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships, which support small teams of two or more scholars collaborating intensively on a single, substantive project in the humanities and related social sciences. The goal of the project should be a tangible research product (such as joint print or web publications) for which at least two collaborators will take credit. The program is funded by a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Solicitation Link|
|ACLS/Donald J. Munro Centennial Fellowships||American Council of Learned Societies||Global||Grant||Humanities; Chinese Philosophy||September||ACLS invites research applications from scholars in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. Faculty appointments are not required. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant, which can take the form of a monograph, articles, digital publication(s), critical edition, or other scholarly resources. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects. Solicitation Link|
|ACLS/NEH International and Area Studies Fellowship||American Council of Learned Societies||Asia; Africa; the Middle East; Latin America; the Caribbean; Eastern Europe; the former Soviet Union||Grant||Humanities; International Culture||September||ACLS invites research applications from scholars in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. Faculty appointments are not required. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant, which can take the form of a monograph, articles, digital publication(s), critical edition, or other scholarly resources. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects. Solicitation Link|
|Frederic E. Wakeman, Jr./ACLS Fellowships for research in modern Chinese history||American Council of Learned Societies||China||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences; Chinese History||September||ACLS invites research applications from scholars in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. Faculty appointments are not required. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant, which can take the form of a monograph, articles, digital publication(s), critical edition, or other scholarly resources. ACLS does not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects. Solicitation Link|
|Comparative Perspectives on Chinese Culture and Society||American Council of Learned Societies||China||Grant; Collaborations||Humanities; Chinese Culture; Chinese History; Social Sciences; Cross-Culture||November||In this cycle of competitions ACLS invites proposals in the humanities and related social sciences that adopt an explicitly cross-cultural or comparative perspective. Projects may, for example, compare aspects of Chinese history and culture with those of other nations and civilizations, explore the interaction of these nations and civilizations, or engage in cross-cultural research on the relations among the diverse and dynamic populations of China. Proposals should be empirically grounded, theoretically informed, and methodologically explicit. Solicitation Link|
|Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies||American Council of Learned Societies||China; Hong Kong; Tibet; Taiwan||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences; Chinese Culture; Chinese History||November; June - September||The Henry Luce Foundation/ACLS Program in China Studies in its sixth year seeks to maintain the vitality of China Studies in North America through fellowships and grants designed primarily for scholars early in their careers. Studies on and in China have developed over the last 30 years in the United States and Canada into a robust field. Solicitation Link|
|Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism & International Affairs Fellowships for Scholars||American Council of Learned Societies||Global||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences; Religion; Journalism||October||ACLS invites applications for fellowships offered by the Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism & International Affairs, made possible by the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation. The program is a two-part initiative designed to foster new connections between scholars and journalists covering international affairs by offering an interrelated set of awards: programming grants for universities and fellowships for scholars in the humanities and social sciences who study religion in international contexts. More information is available on the program's overview page.
These fellowships support scholars in the humanities and related social sciences who are pursuing research on any aspect of religion in international contexts and who desire to connect their specialist knowledge with journalists and media practitioners. The ultimate goal of the research should be a significant piece of scholarly work by the applicant and concrete steps to engage journalistic and media audiences. Please note that this program not fund creative work (e.g., novels or films), textbooks, straightforward translation, or pedagogical projects. Solicitation Link
|Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism & International Affairs Grants for Universities||American Council of Learned Societies||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Humanities; Social Sciences; Religion; Journalism||March||The Luce/ACLS Program in Religion, Journalism & International Affairs (RJIA) aims to increase the presence of scholarship on religion in journalistic training and practice and to encourage greater interaction between scholars of religion and journalists covering international affairs. The program is a two-pronged initiative: one component of this program offers grants to support cross-sector collaborations at universities with strengths in the study of religion, journalism and media, and international affairs; the second component is a competition for research fellowships awarded to humanities and social science scholars engaged with the study of religion who wish to develop the capacities and interdisciplinary networks necessary to relate their specialist knowledge to media and policy audiences interested in the world affairs. More information is available in the program overview. Solicitation Link|
|The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies||American Council of Learned Societies||Asia||Grant; Collaborations||Humanities; Social Sciences; History; Philosophy; Archaeology; Art History; Anthropology; Philosophy; Religion||November; January||The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) announces the fifth year of an initiative supporting research and teaching in Buddhist studies, funded by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation. In cooperation with the Foundation, ACLS offers an integrated set of fellowship and grant competitions supporting work that will expand the understanding and interpretation of Buddhist thought in scholarship and society, strengthen international networks of Buddhist studies, and increase the visibility of innovative currents in those studies.
The Foundation offers five competitions to support research and teaching. Solicitation Link
|Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER)||The National Academies of Science and Engineering||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Social Sciences; Healthcare; Reproductive Health; Family Planning||January||PEER is seeking to support family planning implementation research that develops and tests proven interventions leading to sustainable family planning services AND behavior change research that leads to an increased understanding and use of family planning services in priority communities, such as youth and low income populations. Where applicable, research should include and address the roles of men and boys in access to and use of family planning services. In addition to the standard eligibility requirements of U.S. Government-Supported Partner described in Section V of the Solicitation for General Eligibility requirements, applicants are also encouraged to partner with U.S. university recipients (including prime awardees and sub-awardees) of USAID family planning and reproductive health funding. Solicitation Link|
|Latin America Program||Open Society Foundations||Latin America||Grant||Social Sciences; Politics; Political Activism; Social Activism||Applications Accepted Continuously||The Latin America Program addresses rights and governance issues in Latin America and the Caribbean through grant making, network building, and collaboration with partners. We focus on supporting Latin American and Caribbean efforts to defend democracy and increase governmental transparency, protect minority rights, reduce homicides, and reform drug policy. Solicitation Link|
|Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa||Open Society Foundations||Eastern Africa||Grant||Social Sciences; Political Activism; Social Activism||Applications Accepted Continuously||OSIEA plays an active role in encouraging open, informed dialogue on issues of importance in Eastern Africa. Through a combination of grant making, advocacy and convening power, OSIEA is able to support and amplify the voices of pro-democracy organizations and individuals in the region and to strengthen their capacity to hold their governments accountable. This includes efforts to defend and support rights activists and pro-democracy advocates who come under attack for their work.
OSIEA occupies a unique niche as a donor organization in Eastern Africa. We are both a donor and implementor working locally and internationally, which gives us an enormous flexibility in terms of reach and impact. We join processes that are consultative and participatory. Our ability to be flexible in our funding criteria allows us to respond quickly to changing situations. We add our own voice to debates and are not shy to take on rights issues that are deemed as politically sensitive or controversial.
We support initiatives with a demonstrated capacity to positively transform society in innovative ways that embrace inclusiveness and diversity. Solicitation Link
|Open Society Initiative for Europe- Regional Community Centers Programs||Open Society Foundations||Hungary||Grant||Social Sciences; Social Activism; Infrastructure; Community Aid||December||Hungary faces serious challenges in tackling poverty and social problems. In line with our mission to support local communities tackle local issues, we are branching our programming in two disadvantaged regions of the country. We will partner with the Alternative Communities Association in Debrecen and With the Power of Humanity Foundation in Pecs, which will provide technical services in physical resource offices for civil society organizations, organize training courses, seminars, and debates on issues relevant to local communities, and fund small-size projects of local organizations.
Alternative Communities Association and With the Power of Humanity Foundation will each distribute nearly 100 million HUF to organizations and individuals best placed to address community issues: poverty, access to education, public health, and other pressing local problems identified by local people. The projects will be selected through open calls. The details will be announced before the end of September by both organizations locally. Solicitation Link
|Public Health Program- Sex Work, Health, and Human Rights in Europe||Open Society Foundations||Europe||Grant||Social Sciences; Social Justice; Social Activism; Human Rights||November||The Open Society Public Health Program invites concept forms from civil society organizations and networks that seek to advance the health and human rights of sex workers in Europe.
Marginalized by stigma and criminalization, sex workers face enormous obstacles to realizing their human rights, and oppression has led to extreme levels of violence, disease, and exploitation. Justice and health systems routinely fail sex workers, and at times compound their marginalization through harmful law enforcement practices and insurmountable barriers to health care. Sex worker organizing is sometimes vilified, further exacerbating problems related to workplace health and safety. The myriad of health challenges sex workers face cannot be addressed squarely within the health system, and the structural—and often political—determinants of sex worker health extend far beyond health care.
This call provides two tracks for funding: unrestricted organizational support for organizations that primarily work on sex workers’ rights;
project-based support for organizations whose mission extend beyond sex workers’ rights, or for organizations that already receive organizational support from the Open Society Foundations. Solicitation Link
|Wildlife Without Borders-Central America||US Fish and Wildlife Service International Affairs||Central America||Grant||Physical Sciences; Environmentalism; Environmental Science||December||The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Wildlife Without Borders-Central America program provides critical support to conserve priority species and ecosystems across high-biodiversity value landscapes in the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor while simultaneously benefiting local communities. Solicitation Link|
|International Travel Grants||American Astronomical Society||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Astronomy||January||The AAS administers a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant that provides funding for airline travel to international science meetings. This funding is available only to individuals at US institutions. In years with an International Astronomical Union (IAU) General Assembly (GA), the grant additionally funds travel for US astronomers to the GA and contemporaneous symposia.
AAS International Travel Grant funds are targeted for (in priority order) early-career scientists, scientists from smaller institutions or from under served populations, and scientists whose participation at the meeting is important for US visibility. Solicitation Link
|Humans, Disasters, and the Built Environment||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Environmental Science; Engineering; Social Sciences; Computing||January||The Humans, Disasters and the Built Environment (HDBE) program supports fundamental, multidisciplinary research on the interactions between humans and the built environment within and among communities exposed to natural, technological and other types of hazards and disasters. The program's context is provided by ongoing and emerging changes in three interwoven elements of a community: its population, its built environment (critical infrastructures, physical and virtual spaces, and buildings and related structures) and the hazards and disasters to which it is exposed.Solicitation Link|
|Geomorphology and Land Use Dynamics||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Collaborations||Physical Sciences; Geomorphology; Biology||Applications Accepted Continuously||Geomorphology and Land-use Dynamics supports innovative research into processes that shape and modify landscapes over a variety of length and time scales. The program encourages research that investigates quantitatively the coupling and feedback among such processes, their rates, and their relative roles, especially in the contexts of variation in climatic, biologic, and tectonic influences and in light of changes due to human impact.
The Geomorphology and Land-use Dynamics Program is committed to supporting the most meritorious research in any area relevant to the Program Description, including interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research, as well as research involving international collaborations. Principal investigators are encouraged to provide U.S. students and junior researchers with international research experiences. Solicitation Link
|HVTN Research and Mentorship Program (RAMP) Scholar Program for African-American and Latinx Medical Students||HIV Vaccine Trials Network||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Social Sciences; HIV; Behavioral Sciences; VISP||December; January||The HIV Vaccine Trials Network, in collaboration with the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is investing in the next generation of HIV prevention researchers by providing African American and Latinx medical students with opportunities to conduct independent research while receiving mentoring, project and salary funding, training, and professional development opportunities.
Grant recipients will work under the mentorship of HVTN-affiliated investigators to conduct research projects in areas of basic, clinical, behavioral, laboratory and social science. Projects can be:
Short-Term: 2-4 months
Can be timed with a summer break or fourth year research elective
Travel to an HIV Vaccine Clinical Research Site in the US or abroad
Attend and present at an HVTN Conference
Maximum award of $20,000 (8-10 weeks)
Maximum award of $25,000 (>10 weeks-16 weeks)
Long-Term: 9-12 months
Research at an HIV Vaccine Trials Clinical Research Site in the US with up to 16 weeks at an international HIV Vaccine Trials Unit
Can be timed with a planned Master's or doctoral program, or be a distinct, non-degree associated research-focused year
Attend two scientific conferences, including presenting at the HVTN conference
Maximum award of $70,000
RAMP scholars are funded to travel to an HVTN Clinical Research Site to conduct a project under the mentorship of an investigator. Solicitation Link
|International Travel and Subsistence Grants||Houghton Trust||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Poultry; Avian Diseases||February; June||A fund has been established to provide grants for young research workers aged 35 or under, on avian diseases of any nationality for undertaking the following, in countries other than their own:
Attendance and participation in scientific meetings.
Short visits to appropriate laboratories for discussions and/or learning specific techniques (maximum duration 14 days).
Attendance at appropriate training courses (not exceeding 14 days).
It is an absolute requirement that the grant will be used in furtherance of research on avian diseases.
Grants will be awarded in full or in part.
Applications must be made on the official form only, which can be downloaded at this site.
Applications must be received by the secretary by 15th February, 15th June or 15th November each year. Solicitation Link
|Exploratory/Developmental Bioengineering Research Grants||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences||February||The purpose of this funding opportunity is to encourage submission of Exploratory/Developmental Bioengineering Research Grants (EBRG) applications which establish the feasibility of technologies, techniques or methods that: 1) explore a new multidisciplinary approach to a biomedical challenge; 2) are high-risk but have high impact; and 3) develop data that may lead to significant future research. An EBRG application may propose hypothesis-driven, discovery-driven, developmental, or design-directed research and is appropriate for evaluating unproven approaches for which there is minimal or no preliminary data.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Education and Health: New Frontiers (R21) Clinical Trial Optional||NIH Department of Health and Human Services||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Health; Medical; Education||February||The goal of this funding opportunity announcement is to support research that will further elucidate the pathways involved in the relationship between education and health outcomes and in doing so to carefully identify the specific aspects and qualities of education that are responsible for this relationship and what the mediating factors are that affect the nature of the causal relationship.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Senior Research Fellowship Program||Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund||Israel||Grant; Collaborations||Agriculture; Life Sciences; Physical Sciences||January||The objective of the senior Research Fellowship is to promote cooperative agricultural and water research between established scientists from the United States and hosts from Israel. Such fellowships should provide BARD and its scientists with input into advanced research areas and enhance scientific cooperation.
Award duration: Two to twelve months.
Award amount: $3,000 per month plus a onetime allocation of $2,000 for travel. Solicitation Link
|The Vaadia-BARD Postdoctoral Fellowship Program||Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund||Israel||Grant; Collaborations||Agriculture; Life Sciences; Physical Sciences||January||The Vaadia-BARD Postdoctoral Fellowship program is designed to identify and support young scientists who will eventually become leaders in agricultural sciences and technologies in universities and research institutes in the United States and Israel. The primary objective of the fellowship is to enable these young scientists to acquire new skills and techniques while becoming professionally established in the agricultural research community. The program promotes cooperative agricultural research between postdoctoral fellows from one country (the United States or Israel) and established scientists from the other. Recipients will travel to the host country to carry out their research. BARD gives preference to applicants with innovative research topics that are relevant to agricultural issues. Solicitation Link|
|Precision Measurement Grant Program||Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Fundamental Constants||February||NIST is soliciting applications from eligible applicants to support significant research in the field of fundamental measurement or the determination of fundamental constants.
Foreign applicants and partners allowed. Solicitation Link
|Exploratory/Developmental Bioengineering Research Grants||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Engineering Sciences; Bioengineering; Biomedicine; Health||February||The purpose of this funding opportunity is to encourage submission of Exploratory/Developmental Bioengineering Research Grants (EBRG) applications which establish the feasibility of technologies, techniques or methods that: 1) explore a new multidisciplinary approach to a biomedical challenge; 2) are high-risk but have high impact; and 3) develop data that may lead to significant future research. An EBRG application may propose hypothesis-driven, discovery-driven, developmental, or design-directed research and is appropriate for evaluating unproven approaches for which there is minimal or no preliminary data.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Biomedical Resource and Technology Development Grants||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||January; April||Providing support for researchers who want to establish or maintain biomedical resources (including databases and collections) for the benefit of the wider scientific community. Solicitation Link|
|Biomedical Vacation Scholarships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||February||These awards provide promising undergraduates with hands-on experience of research during the summer vacation, with the aim of encouraging them to consider a career in research. Solicitation Link|
|Clinical Research Career Development Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences; Veterinary; Dental; Clinical Psychology||August||Enabling medical, dental, veterinary and clinical psychology graduates to continue their research at postdoctoral level and develop scientific independence. The scheme provides support for up to eight years and the flexibility to balance research and clinical responsibilities. Solicitation Link|
|Collaborative Awards in Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low and Middle Income Countries||Grant; Collaborations||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||April||Collaborative Awards promote the development of new ideas and speed the pace of discovery and provide up to 4 million euros in funding for up to five years.
Applicants should usually be based at eligible organizations in the UK, Republic of Ireland, or low- or middle-income countries. However, we can make exceptions for projects that need specific expertise or resources provided by team members based in other countries.
It is often the case that American universities are co-applicants. Solicitation Link
|Daniel Turnberg Travel Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||January||This scheme offers short-term funding for biomedical researchers to travel between the UK and the Middle East to learn new techniques and develop academic collaborations. Solicitation Link|
|Innovator Awards||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Healthcare; Technology; Therapeutics; Vaccines; Devices; Digital Technology; Regenerative Medicine||Applications Accepted Continuously||Innovator Awards are open to researchers who are developing healthcare innovations that could have a major and measurable impact on human health. Individuals and teams from not-for-profit and commercial organizations can apply. Organizations can be of any size, based anywhere in the world.
You can work in any discipline on any type of technology. Examples of technologies include:
- therapeutics (small molecules or biologics)
- digital technology
- regenerative medicine. Solicitation Link
|Intermediate Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine||The Wellcome Trust||Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life sciences||May; November||This scheme helps mid-career researchers from low- and middle-income countries establish independent research programmes in those countries. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level. Solicitation Link|
|Investigator Awards in Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||All||July; November; February||Investigator Awards enable independent researchers with a compelling research vision to tackle the most important questions in science. Solicitation Link|
|Joint Global Health Trials scheme||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||October||This scheme funds late-stage trials of interventions that will provide evidence to help improve health in low- and middle-income countries.
It's a partnership between the UK Department for International Development, the UK Medical Research Council (MRC), the National Institute for Health Research and the Wellcome Trust. Solicitation Link
|Joint Health Systems Research Initiative||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||January||This scheme supports research based in low- and middle-income countries to improve health systems in those locations.
The scheme is jointly supported by the Department for International Development (DFID), the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Wellcome Trust. Solicitation Link
|Longitudinal Population Study Grants||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Longitudinal Population Studies; Life Sciences||January||These grants provide support for researchers who want to establish or maintain longitudinal population studies (LPS) for the benefit of the wider scientific community. Solicitation Link|
|Multi-user Equipment Grants||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||January||These grants provide support for multi-user items of equipment. Solicitation Link|
|Principal Research Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||Applications Accepted Continuously||Principal Research Fellowships are the most prestigious of our personal awards and provide long-term funding for researchers of international standing. Solicitation Link|
|Research Career Development Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||August; November||This scheme provides support for postdoctoral researchers at academic organisations in the Republic of Ireland who aim to become independent scientists leading their own group. Awards are made in partnership with Science Foundation Ireland and the Health Research Board. Solicitation Link|
|Research Career Re-entry Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||October; April||This scheme offers postdoctoral research scientists the opportunity to re-establish their scientific careers after a continuous break from research of at least two years. Solicitation Link|
|Research Enrichment – Diversity and Inclusion||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences; Humanities; Social Sciences||February; April; July||This funding enables Wellcome grantholders to identify and tackle barriers to diversity and inclusion in their work.
Activities that make the scientific community more diverse and inclusive help to make sure that every great idea that could improve health thrives. Solicitation Link
|Research Enrichment – Open Research||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences; Humanities; Social Sciences||February; April; July||This funding supports Wellcome grantholders to develop innovative ways to make their research open, accessible and reusable.
The sooner research outputs – like data, software and biological materials – are available, the sooner they can start to have an impact on health. Solicitation Link
|Research Enrichment – Public Engagement||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences; Humanities; Social Sciences||February; April; July||This funding, previously known as the Provision for Public Engagement, helps Wellcome grantholders engage the public with their research. Solicitation Link|
|Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises programme||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant; Collaboration||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||August||This programme provides support for research institutes and humanitarian organisations that work in partnership to improve health outcomes in humanitarian crises.
The programme is managed by ELRHA (Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance) and is a partnership between the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Wellcome Trust. Solicitation Link
|Seed Awards in Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Public Health; Life Sciences||March; July||Seed Awards help researchers develop novel ideas that will go on to form part of larger grant applications to Wellcome or elsewhere. Solicitation Link|
|Senior Research Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||November; March||This scheme provides support for established independent scientific researchers who are leaders in their field. Solicitation Link|
|Senior Research Fellowships in Clinical Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Biomedical Science; Clinical Science; Public Health; Life Sciences||November; March||This scheme provides support for established independent clinical academics who are leaders in their field. Solicitation Link|
|Senior Research Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine||The Wellcome Trust||Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Public Health; Biomedical Science; Life Sciences; Tropical Medicine||November; March||This scheme enables researchers from low- and middle-income countries to establish themselves as leading investigators in their scientific field. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level. Solicitation Link|
|Sir Henry Dale Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom||Grant||Public Health; Biological Science; Life Sciences||August; November; April||This scheme provides support for postdoctoral researchers who aim to become independent scientists leading their own groups. The scheme is a partnership between the Royal Society and the Wellcome Trust. Solicitation Link|
|Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Public Health; Biological Science; Life Sciences||April||This scheme offers recently qualified postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to start independent research careers, working in some of the best research environments in the world. Solicitation Link|
|Springboard Awards||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom||Grant||Public Health; Biological Science; Life Sciences||Application Deadline Varies||Springboard Awards provide small grants to support basic biomedical scientists as they develop their independent research careers. The scheme is a collaboration between the Academy of Medical Sciences (opens in a new tab) (AMS) and the Wellcome Trust. Solicitation Link|
|Starter Grants for Clinical Lecturers||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom||Grant||Public Health; Biological Science; Life Sciences||March||This scheme provides small grants to enable clinical lecturers to pursue their research work, gather preliminary data and strengthen their applications for longer-term fellowships and funding.
The scheme is administered by the Academy of Medical Sciences (opens in a new tab) and is a collaboration between the Wellcome Trust, the British Heart Foundation, Arthritis Research UK, the Medical Research Council, the Royal College of Physicians and Diabetes UK. Solicitation Link
|Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine||The Wellcome Trust||Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Tropical Medicine; Public Health; Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||November; May||This scheme offers research experience and training to early-stage researchers from low- and middle-income countries. The scheme aims to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level. Solicitation Link|
|UK Prevention Research Partnership Scheme||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom||Grant||Non-communicable Diseases; Public Health; Biomedical Science; Life Sciences||January||The UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP) will fund large interdisciplinary research collaborations and networks to support research on the primary prevention of non-communicable diseases in the UK.
The UKPRP is a partnership of research councils, UK health departments and charities, including Wellcome. It is administered by the Medical Research Council (MRC). Solicitation Link
|Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant; Collaboration||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences||July; January||Collaborative Awards promote the development of new ideas and bring disciplines together to speed the pace of discovery. This scheme funds teams who are tackling major health-related questions in the humanities and social sciences that require a collaborative approach. Solicitation Link|
|Research Awards for Health Professionals||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences||January||This scheme offers practising health professionals the opportunity to carry out humanities or social science research, in any area of health. Solicitation Link|
|Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences||January||Investigator Awards enable humanities and social science researchers with a compelling research vision to tackle the most significant questions in human health. Solicitation Links|
|Research Fellowships in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences||January||This scheme supports postdoctoral researchers in health-related humanities and social sciences who do not hold established academic posts. Solicitation Link|
|Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences||June||Seed Awards help researchers develop compelling and innovative ideas that will go on to form part of larger grant applications to Wellcome or elsewhere. Solicitation Link|
|Small Grants in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences||Applications Accepted Continuously||Small Grants fund programmes of activities that enable researchers to establish and develop networks, explore new areas of research and increase the impact of their work. Solicitation Link|
|The Hub Award||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Grant; Collaboration||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences; Life Sciences; Biomedical Science||July||The Hub Award brings researchers and creative professionals together at Wellcome Collection to work as a collaborative residency. https://wellcome.ac.uk/funding/hub-award|
|University Awards in Humanities and Social Science||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland; Low- and middle-income countries||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences||January||University Awards enable humanities and social science researchers to gain permanent positions at academic organisations. Solicitation Link|
|Engagement Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||United Kingdom; Republic of Ireland||Grant||Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences; Life Sciences; Biomedical Science||February||Engagement Fellowships support and develop the careers of emerging leaders in public engagement. Solicitation Link|
|Secondment Fellowships||The Wellcome Trust||Global||Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences; Public Health||May||Secondment Fellowships are for early-career humanities and social science researchers who we already fund. Researchers spend three to six months at one of the following organisations:
Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), London;
Science Museum, London; World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen;
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris. Solicitation Link
|Biological Oceanography||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Collaboration||Marine Ecology; Oceanography; Life Sciences||February||The Biological Oceanography Program supports research in marine ecology broadly defined: relationships among aquatic organisms and their interactions with the environments of the oceans or Great Lakes. Projects submitted to the program for consideration are often interdisciplinary efforts that may include participation by other OCE Programs. Solicitation Link|
|STEM Innovation and Entrepreneurship||Venture Well||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Engineering;||November||The Venture Well fund supports faculty with innovative ideas to create new or transform existing courses and programs to help students develop novel, STEM-based inventions and gain the necessary entrepreneurial skills needed to bring these ideas to market. Solicitation Link|
|Conference/Seminar/Workshop Grants||Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation||China; Global||Grant||Chinese Studies; Social Sciences; Humanities||January||The Foundation will consider applications from institutions for grants to hold conferences, workshops, or seminars on specific subjects related to the Foundation's goals and objectives. The Foundation seeks, through scholarly exchange, to widen and expand the scope of research on Chinese civilization in order to establish it as a part of the common heritage of humankind. Solicitation Link|
|Supporting Objective Media in Hungary||US Department of State||Hungary||Grant||Social Sciences; Human Rights; Journalism||January||DRL’s goal is to support media outlets operating outside the capital in Hungary to produce fact-based reporting and increase their audience and economic sustainability. The program should increase citizens’ access to objective information about domestic and global issues of public importance, by enhancing local media’s ability to engage a larger audience, including their print, multimedia, and online readership. The program should improve the quality of local traditional and online media and increase the public’s access to reliable and unbiased information. Program activities could include training for journalists and editors and/or media outlets on creative applications of investigative and data journalism, data analysis, and multimedia content production for reaching a wider local audience; providing coaching, training, technical and financial assistance to media outlets; providing national and international exposure to foster local journalists’ professional development; and small grants and tools to help independent local media engage more effectively with their audiences on topics that are important to the community. Activities could also include opportunities for citizens to build their capacities as citizen journalists. Solicitation Link|
|Travel Grants for US Psychologists to Attend International Conferences||American Psychological Association||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Psychology||March||This award will cover or partially cover conference registration fees at international conferences held outside the United States and Canada for U.S.-based psychologists. Solicitation Link|
|EDLP Documentation Grants||Endangered Languages Documentation Programme||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Linguistics; Language||Varies||Small Grants (SG)
Small grants can be used for a range of purposes related to the documentation of endangered languages, such as to carry out fieldwork, develop a pilot project, or complete a project already begun. The maximum grant awarded is £10,000.
Individual Graduate Scholarships (IGS)
IGS applications are invited from individuals seeking scholarship funding for up to 3 years. Individual Graduate Scholarship projects last for 12 to 36 months; field trips are normally involved. In addition to field trip costs, you may apply for a stipend to cover the period while undertaking field research and processing the results. A stipend provides funding to cover direct living costs and is not a salary; as such, employment-based taxes should not be claimed.
Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship (IPF)
IPF grantees are typically researchers at an early stage in their academic career (e.g. who have held a PhD less than 5 years), with qualifications in linguistics and experience in linguistic fieldwork. IPFs are available for between between 12 and 24 months and the maximum amount is £150,000.
Major Documentation Project (MDP)
MDP funding can cover elements including fieldwork costs, equipment, researchers' salaries, and graduate students' stipends (stipends should be included only for activities contributing to the project while in the field or processing the documentation materials). Project duration is from 6 to 36 months. Funding for these projects typically ranges from anything above £10,000 up to £130,000 (the maximum is £150,000). We encourage you to submit quality proposals that provide value for money and are clearly justified.
Legacy Materials Grant (LMG)
ELDP Legacy Material Grants are offered to support the digitisation and archiving of legacy materials. The collections that are the target of these grants are in private hands or in small repositories without any access to resources for digitisation. The collections may include audio and video recordings (e.g., on tapes or reel to reel and so on), field notes, text collections and photographs. Typically, these data were collected without an archiving plan in place, and are in or about languages which are endangered or no longer spoken. Legacy Materials Grant projects may develop existing data collections in a variety of ways with a view to making them accessible and discoverable, but the primary focus must be on safeguarding and preserving legacy materials through digitisation and archiving.
The maximum grant is £10,000. Legacy Grant projects last from 6 to 12 months; projects can only be funded if the materials can be made openly accessible at the Endangered Languages Archive (ELAR). Solicitation Link
|Public Scholar Program||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities||February||The Public Scholar Program supports well-researched books in the humanities intended to reach a broad readership. Although humanities scholarship can be specialized, the humanities also strive to engage broad audiences in exploring subjects of general interest. They seek to deepen our understanding of the human condition as well as current conditions and contemporary problems. The Public Scholar Program aims to encourage scholarship that will be of broad interest and have lasting impact. Such scholarship might present a narrative history, tell the stories of important individuals, analyze significant texts, provide a synthesis of ideas, revive interest in a neglected subject, or examine the latest thinking on a topic.
International travel is supported. Solicitation Link
|Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program||US Department of Education||Global||Grant||Humanities; Foreign Languages; Area Studies; Education||March||The purpose of the Fulbright-Hays GPA Program is to promote, improve, and develop modern foreign languages and area studies at varying levels of education. The program provides opportunities for faculty, teachers, and undergraduate and graduate students to conduct individual and group projects overseas to carry out research and study in the fields of modern foreign languages and area studies.
This competition invites applicants to submit an application to request support for either a Fulbright-Hays GPA short-term project or a Fulbright-Hays GPA long-term project. Solicitation Link
|FY18 DRL Internet Freedom APS||U.S. Department of State||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Humanities; Democracy Programs||February||The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announces the availability of funding for projects that support Internet freedom. DRL's goal is to protect the open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet by promoting fundamental freedoms, human rights, and the free flow of information online through integrated support to civil society for technology, digital safety, policy and advocacy, and applied research programs. DRL invites organizations interested in potential funding to submit SOI applications outlining program concepts that reflect this goal. Solicitation Link|
|Institutional Grants||Tinker Foundation Incorporated||Latin America||Grant||Social Sciences; Human Rights; Democratic Governance; Education; Life Sciences; Sustainable Resource Management||March||The Foundation’s Institutional Grants program has as its goal the creation of effective policy changes to improve the lives of Latin Americans. The Board of Directors has identified three program areas in which focused, expert research and innovation has the potential to make significant positive impact. Solicitation Link|
|FY18 DRL Internet Freedom APS||U.S. Department of State||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Internet Freedom; Human Rights; Technology; Digital Safety; Policy and Advocacy||March||The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announces the availability of funding for projects that support Internet freedom. DRL's goal is to protect the open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet by promoting fundamental freedoms, human rights, and the free flow of information online through integrated support to civil society for technology, digital safety, policy and advocacy, and applied research programs. DRL invites organizations interested in potential funding to submit SOI applications outlining program concepts that reflect this goal. Solicitation Link|
|Field Research Fellowships/Language Fellowships/Library Fellowships||American Center for Mongolian Studies||Mongolia||Grant||Social Sciences; Humanities; Mongolian Language||Application Deadline Varies||The ACMS Field Research program supports students, post-doctoral scholars, and faculty to conduct field research in Mongolia between May and October of each year.
Every summer, the ACMS hosts an eight week Intensive Mongolian Language Program in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The purpose of this summer language program is to provide Intermediate-level students of the Mongolian language with an opportunity to enhance their communicative competence through systematic improvement of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, in an authentic environment. The Language Program Fellowship provides stipends of up to $2000 to cover the cost of tuition.
The Library Fellowship supports advanced US graduate students, faculty members, or professionals in library and information sciences from colleges and universities to conduct short-term library development projects and/or research in Mongolia for a period of up to 12 weeks between May and October. Solicitation Link
|English Language Fellows Program||US Department of State||Global||Fellowship||Social Sciences; Teaching English; Education; English Language||June||Through the U.S. Department of State’s English Language Programs, the world is your classroom. Since 1969, the English Language Programs have sent thousands of highly qualified and experienced U.S. educators in the field of teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) abroad to assist U.S. embassies in delivering and maintaining quality English language programs.
Examples of past EL Fellow projects include: Classroom Teaching, Teacher Training, In-Service and Pre-Service Training, Curriculum Development, Workshop and Seminar Design, Program Evaluation, Needs Assessment, Testing, and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). Solicitation Link
|The Harold Powers World Travel Fund||American Musicological Society||Global||Grant||Humanities; Music||April||The Harold Powers World Travel Fund is intended to encourage and assist Ph.D. candidates, post-docs, and junior faculty in all fields of musical scholarship to travel anywhere in the world to carry out the necessary work for their dissertation or other research. Solicitation Link|
|Middle East and North Africa Regional Research Program||Fulbright US Scholar Program||Middle East; North Africa||Grant||Humanities; Culture; Public Speaking||August||Conduct research in two or more countries within the region. Scholars must be approved for research in at least two countries in order to receive the award.
In addition to being a prestigious academic exchange program, the Fulbright Program is designed to expand and strengthen relationships between the people of the United States and citizens of other nations and to promote international understanding and cooperation. To support this mission, Fulbright Scholars will be asked to give public talks, mentor students, and otherwise engage with the host community, in addition to their primary research or teaching activities. Solicitation Link
|U.S. Embassy Tokyo PAS Annual Program Statement||US Department of State||Japan||Grant||Humanities; Culture Exchange; American Culture; Japanese Culture||July||Purpose of Small Grants: PAS Tokyo invites Statement of Interest (SOI) for projects that strengthen cultural ties between the U.S. and Japan through cultural and exchange programming that highlights shared values and promotes bilateral cooperation. All programs must include an American cultural element, or connection with American expert/s, organization/s, or institution/s in a specific field that will promote increased understanding of U.S. policy and perspectives.
Examples of PAS Small Grants Program projects include, but are not limited to:
Academic and professional lectures, seminars and speaker programs;
Artistic and cultural workshops, joint performances and exhibitions; or
Professional and academic exchanges and projects. Solicitation Link
|Central Africa Regional Program||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||Central Africa||Grant||Life Sciences; Wildlife; Wildlife Conservation; Wildlife Management; Wildlife Education||February||USFWS is providing this funding opportunity to reduce pressures on key wildlife populations, and to provide training to develop the requisite individual and institutional capacity for durable, long-term conservation success. This approach to wildlife conservation in Central Africa seeks to secure wildlife and strengthen capacity for better wildlife management, including institutional and faculty training at African education and research institutes.
Funding will only be considered for projects that impact wildlife populations in the 10 Commission of Central African Forests (COMIFAC) countries: Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Sao Tome and Principe. Solicitation Link
|Round 8||Saving Lives at Birth||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Maternal Health; Infant Health; Physical Sciences||February||Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development has launched its eighth call for groundbreaking, sustainable innovations to save the lives of mothers and newborns in the hardest to reach corners of the world. In Round 8, Saving Lives at Birth seeks to catalyze scale and sustainability of the most promising solutions that bring together cutting-edge science and/or low-cost technologies, service delivery, and demand innovation in transformative new ways. Solicitation Link|
|Global Exchange Lecture Series||European Molecular Biology Organization||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Biology; Molecular Biology||February; June; October||As part of its initiatives to promote interactions between scientists worldwide, EMBO supports lecture series involving EMBO Members and EMBO Young Investigators at institutes in non-European countries; and by prominent researchers from non-European institutes at European institutes. Priority is given to lecture series involving institutes in cooperating countries. Solicitation Link|
|Research Visit Grant||Society for General Microbiology||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Biology; Microbiology; Physical Sciences||April||The Society offers grants of up to £3,000 to support members who are planning a short (one- to three-month) research visit to another laboratory. This scheme supports innovative projects within established collaborations and the development of new collaborative initiatives.
Support is available for eligible UK and Republic of Ireland members to visit any other laboratory worldwide. Eligible individuals outside of the UK and Republic of Ireland may apply for support to undertake a visit to a research laboratory in the UK or Republic of Ireland. Solicitation Link
|NIBIB Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Program (R21 Clinical Trial Optional)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Bioengineering; Biomedical Science; Behavioral Science; Clinical Science||February||The NIBIB seeks to foster these new scientific bioengineering and imaging ideas, model systems, tools, agents, targets, and technologies through the Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant Program. More detail on our program areas can be found at https://www.nibib.nih.gov/research-funding.
This program is specifically intended to encourage exploratory or developmental projects. These studies may involve considerable risk, but are expected to lead to breakthroughs in novel techniques, agents, methodologies, models, or their applications that could have a major impact on human-health and related research.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Biological Oceanography||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Collaboration||Life Sciences; Oceanography; Biological Oceanography; Marine Ecology||August||The Biological Oceanography Program supports research in marine ecology broadly defined: relationships among aquatic organisms and their interactions with the environments of the oceans or Great Lakes. Projects submitted to the program for consideration are often interdisciplinary efforts that may include participation by other OCE Programs. Solicitation Link|
|International Biodiversity Program||Weeden Foundation||Chile; Bolivia; Russia||Grant||Physical Sciences; Life Sciences; Biodiversity; Ecology;||February||Since its inception, the Weeden Foundation has had a strong interest in conservation work internationally. Roughly 30% - 40% of total annual grant expenditure goes to projects outside of the United States, a percentage range that has not changed significantly over the past two decades. This global perspective came about partly through a recognition that most of the planet’s biodiversity is found elsewhere, coupled with an understanding that an American conservation dollar goes much further when spent on the ground in Chile or Russia. To the Weeden trustees, these opportunistic conditions far outweigh the risks typically associated with international grantmaking. Solicitation Link|
|Kleinhans Fellowship For Community Forestry Research||Rainforest Alliance||Mexico; Guatemala; Honduras; Peru||Fellowship||Ecology; Physical Sciences; Forestry, Botany; Environmental science||February||The Rainforest Alliance has a long history of working with forest communities that have established their own locally managed enterprises, providing them with training and technical assistance on sustainable forestry practices, value-added processing, business administration, market access and more. Recognizing that sound scientific inquiry can help to guide technical assistance for local development, our Kleinhans Fellowship supports research that seeks solutions to the challenges faced by the community forestry model. Solicitation Link|
|Promoting international exchange, international cooperation, international understanding||The Sasakawa Peace Foundation||Japan; Pan Asia; Pacific Island Nations; Middle East; China||Grant; |
|Social Sciences; Human Resource Development; Region-specific Issues||October||The Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) was established in September 1986 as a private not-for-profit foundation, with endowments from the Nippon Foundation and the Japanese motorboat racing industry. Since then, it has engaged in various projects and activities aimed at contributing to human welfare, advancement of sound international society and establishment of world peace through international understanding, international exchange and international cooperation. Following approval for transition into a Public Interest Incorporated Foundation in October 2011, the SPF has worked on the fields of international exchange and international cooperation through different types of projects: "Regular Projects," which focus on individual issues, and projects under SPF special funds designed to address region-specific issues. The activities of these projects include surveys / research, human resource development, invitation of various figures and international conferences. Solicitation Link|
|U.S. Embassy Grants Spring Round:|
Civic Engagement, Women and Children, Public Policy, Media, Health, Study Abroad
|U.S. Department of State||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Civic Engagement; Women and Children; Public Policy; Media; Health; Study Abroad||Application Deadline Varies||The spring round of U.S. Embassy grants is now open. Click on your country of interest. Once on the site see the Education and Culture tab for available funding opportunities. Solicitation Link|
|Flagship k-12 Linkages Initiative||The Language Flagship||Arabic; Chinese; Korean; Persian; Portuguese; Russian; Turkish||Collaboration||Social Sciences; Foreign Language Education; Arabic; Chinese; Korean; Persian; Portuguese; Russian; Turkish||March||The Language Flagship is seeking proposals from current Undergraduate Domestic Language Flagship institutions to establish partnerships with State Education Agencies, Local Education Agencies, schools or school districts, and/or community colleges for the purpose of creating articulated models of foreign language education for Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, or Turkish. This solicitation is open only to U.S. institutions of higher education (IHEs) with existing Flagship Programs in the aforementioned languages that will work with secondary and/or community college partners to increase articulation between their institutions and existing Flagship institutions. Solicitation Link|
|US-Japan Policy Studies||United States-Japan Foundation||Japan||Grant||Social Sciences; Communication; National Interest; Foreign Policy; Energy and the Environment; Globalization; Trade; Economic Relations||December||The United States-Japan Foundation supports US-Japan policy-related studies, initiatives and exchanges that help address issues of significant mutual concern to the United States and Japan. The Foundation seeks to respond to policy-relevant needs as identified by experts and practitioners in US-Japan policy studies field and we are therefore open to innovative projects. Solicitation Link|
|Violence and Aggression||The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Natural Sciences; Humanities; Violence; Aggression||August||The foundation welcomes proposals from any of the natural and social sciences and the humanities that promise to increase understanding of the causes, manifestations, and control of violence and aggression. Highest priority is given to research that can increase understanding and amelioration of urgent problems of violence and aggression in the modern world. Solicitation Link|
|Research Experiences for Undergraduates||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Bioarchaeology; Greek Colonization; Anthropology; Nanotechnology; Biomedicine; Genomics; Computational; Epigenetics; Bioinformatics; Systems Biology; Biology; Radioecology; Ecotoxicology; Ecology; Biogeochemistry; Biosciences; Infectious Disease; Mathematics; Modeling; Biostatistics; Epidemiology; Evolutionary Biology; Vector Biology; Parasitology; Microbiology; Bacteriology; Microbial Ecology; Bacterial Symbiosis; Microbial Physiology||August||The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program. This solicitation features two mechanisms for support of student research: (1) REU Sites are based on independent proposals to initiate and conduct projects that engage a number of students in research. REU Sites may be based in a single discipline or academic department or may offer interdisciplinary or multi-department research opportunities with a coherent intellectual theme. Proposals with an international dimension are welcome. Solicitation Link|
|America/New Zealand Soil Science Travel Award||Soil Science Society of America||New Zealand||Grant; Collaboration||Life Sciences; Soil Science; Ecology; Environmental Science||March||The America/New Zealand Soil Science Travel Award encourages scientists in the U.S. and New Zealand to foster enhanced cooperative soil science research. Funds for the travel award are provided through the Agronomic Science Foundation and the selection process is administered by the Soil Science Society of America and New Zealand Soil Science Society. The award consists of a certificate, a complimentary ticket to the award ceremony, and a travel grant is in the amount of $5,000 for 2018. Solicitation Link|
|Fellowship Program||Berlin Institute of Freshwater Ecology (IGB)||Germany||Fellowship; Collaboration||Ecohydrology;|
Biology and Ecology of Fishes;
Ecophysiology and Aquaculture;
Analytical Chemistry; Biogeochemistry; Freshwater Ecology; Inland Fisheries Science; Life Sciences
|June/December||IGB invites excellent scientists from all countries and at different career stages to apply for a research visit at IGB. IGB offers fellowships for postdocs and senior scientists for 6-24 months. These fellowships are designed to enable outstanding scientists to contribute to research at IGB and thus further their own scientific development or training.
Postdoc Fellowships: full support for postdoctoral researchers to carry out full-time research at IGB for up to two years
Senior Fellowships: for scientists who generally lead a research group at their home institution to obtain funding for an extended visit at IGB (e.g., during a sabbatical leave)
It is generally possible to split the granted number of months in more than one visiting period at IGB. Please discuss with your host if this option is suitable for your planned project. Solicitation Link
|Field Grants||Earth Watch Institute||Global||Grant||Multidisciplinary; Global Challenges; Life Sciences; Ecology||July (Anticipated)||Annual budgets range between US $20,000-$80,000, with most of this covering participant expenses. EWI follows a per-capita model of funding, with final field grants provided based on the number of participants fielding on the project. EWI provides funding for 3 years, subject to passing an annual performance review. Funding is renewable, upon submitting a research renewal proposal.
Grant funds cover:
field equipment, PI and co-PI transport to the field, participant field, transportation, field technicians, support staff (including: cooks, logistics coordinators, wildlife guards, etc.), and food and housing for PIs/co-PIs, field technicians, and Earthwatch participants. Solicitation Link
|Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Life Sciences||The Q-Life Institute of PSL||France||Scholarship||Life Sciences; Cellular and developmental biology; Neurosciences; Medical sciences; Systems biology; Computational biology and Informatics; Genetics; Genomics; Evolution; Ecology||April||The goal of the program is to train young researchers in the Life Sciences so that they may master the essential concepts and latest technological developments in multiple biologically relevant disciplines. They will learn to address key questions in contemporary biology by integrating different scales of analysis and by using quantitative and trans-disciplinary approaches. Solicitation Link|
|Information Access Fund||Department of State||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Public Affairs; National Security||April||The Global Engagement Center (GEC), an interagency entity within the U.S. Department of State, invites organizations that can implement programming to counter foreign state and non-state propaganda and disinformation efforts aimed at undermining United States national security interests to submit applications by April 11, 2018. All submissions or applications will be reviewed against the evaluation criteria outlined below. GEC expects to make multiple awards with a floor of $200,000 and a ceiling of $500,000 for each, constituting a planned total award volume of approximately $5,000,000. GEC reserves the right to award more or less funding or no funding at all as it deems in the best interest of the government. U.S.-based and foreign non-profit and non-governmental organizations (NGO), public international organizations (PIO), media outlets, for-profit entities, and institutions of higher education are eligible to apply by submitting an application as described in this announcement. Solicitation Link|
|Future of Work at the Human - Technology Frontier: Advancing Core Research (FW-HTF)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Cognition; Education; Computer Science; Engineering; Physical Sciences||April; June||The Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier (FW-HTF) is one of 10 new Big Ideas for Future Investments announced by NSF in 2016. NSF's FW-HTF solicitation aims to respond to the challenges and opportunities associated with the changing landscape of jobs and work by supporting new convergent research to understand and develop the human-technology partnership, to design new technologies to augment human performance, to illuminate the emerging socio-technological landscape, and to foster lifelong and pervasive learning with technology.
This solicitation focuses on advancing cognitive and physical capabilities in the context of human-technology interactions. The solicitation will support two themes: Theme 1 will focus on Foundations for Augmenting Human Cognition and Theme 2 will focus on Embodied Intelligent Cognitive Assistants. In shaping projects responsive to these two themes, PIs consider the importance of understanding, anticipating, and shaping the larger implications at the individual, institutional, corporate, and national levels, including issues arising from the needs or consequences for training and education.
International and/or academic-industry collaborations that promise to result in major science, engineering, or education advances are welcome. Solicitation Link
|Fellowships for Advanced Social Science Research on Japan||NEH/Japan-United States Friendship Commission||Japan||Fellowship||Social Sciences; Anthropology; Economics; Geography; History; International Relations; Linguistics; Political Science; Psychology; Public Administration; Sociology; Humanities||April||The Fellowships for Advanced Social Science Research on Japan program is a joint activity of the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission (JUSFC) and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Awards support research on modern Japanese society and political economy, Japan's international relations, and U.S.-Japan relations. The program encourages innovative research that puts these subjects in wider regional and global contexts and is comparative and contemporary in nature. Research should contribute to scholarly knowledge or to the general public’s understanding of issues of concern to Japan and the United States. Appropriate disciplines for the research include anthropology, economics, geography, history, international relations, linguistics, political science, psychology, public administration, and sociology. Awards usually result in articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly resources. Solicitation Link|
|Sport for Social Change Program||Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs||Global||Collaboration; Exchange||Social Sciences; Leadership; Diversity; Tolerance||April||The Office of Citizen Exchanges, Sports Diplomacy Division, of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) announces an open competition for the FY 2018 International Sports Programming Initiative (ISPI).
In support of U.S. foreign policy objectives, the International Sports Programming Initiative uses sports to help under served youth around the world develop important leadership skills, achieve academic success, promote tolerance and respect for diversity, and positively contribute to their home and host communities. Solicitation Link
|Project Global Officer||Defense Language and National Security Education Office||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Foreign Language; Humanities||May||The Institute of International Education (IIE), acting as the administrative agent of the Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO), seeks proposals from U.S. institutions of higher education to develop and implement language and culture programs for ROTC students from all majors and disciplines. This request for proposal (RFP) contains application guidelines for applicants interested in creating programs that teach to a minimum of the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Level 1 (equivalent to the Intermediate level on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) scale). Applicants are highly encouraged to focus on programs that build upon and leverage their institutional strengths. Solicitation Link|
|Conference and Workshop Grants||Wenner-Gren Foundation||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Anthropology||June||Conference and Workshop Grants are for amounts up to $20,000. In accordance with the mission of the Foundation, priority is given to events that foster the creation of an international community of research scholars in anthropology and advance significant and innovative anthropological research.
Priority is given to closed workshops with the broadest international representation and the maximum time for discussion and debate. Meetings must be long enough in duration to address the topic in depth.
|Inter Mobility||Luxembourg National Research Fund||Luxembourg||Grant; Collaboration||Social Sciences; Life Sciences; Mathematics; Physical Sciences; Information and Communication; Engineering;|
Universe and Earth Sciences; Humanities
|June||The aim of the INTER mobility program is to promote the exchange between research groups from public research institutions in Luxembourg, and leading research groups abroad. The program aims to foster innovative, internationally competitive research – and support the exchange of key knowledge and technological know-how.
INTER mobility allows for exchanges in both directions:
Researchers working in Luxembourg to go abroad, or
Researchers from abroad to come to Luxembourg.
Travels should be cost-effective, with two reference amounts depending on the family situation of the researcher:
1 round trip per accumulated stay of 3 months for the researcher;
1 round trip per accumulated stay of 6 months per family member, if applicable.
Mobility allowance for a researcher with accompanying family: €1500/month only for research stays longer than 6 months. Solicitation Link
|Media Projects: Production Grants||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities; Film Production; History; Art History; Film Studies; Literature; Drama; Religious Studies; Philosophy; Anthropology||August||The Media Projects program supports film, television, and radio projects that engage general audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship in disciplines such as history, art history, film studies, literature, drama, religious studies, philosophy, or anthropology.
The Division of Public Programs encourages film and television projects that examine international themes and subjects in the humanities, in order to spark Americans’ engagement with the broader world beyond the United States. These projects should demonstrate international collaboration by enlisting scholars based both in the United States and abroad, and/or by working with an international media team. The collaborations should bring broad cross-cultural perspectives to the proposed topics and should be intended primarily for U.S. public audiences. Solicitation Link
|Scholarships for Americans to Study in Norway||Norway-American Association||Norway||Scholarship||All||April||The purpose of the scholarships is to provide financial support for Americans to study in Norway. By supporting post-graduate study or research in areas of mutual importance to Norway and the United States NORAM hopes to bring the two countries closer.
Scholarships are only for full time graduate level studies. Solicitation Link
|Forest GEO Research Grants Program||Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Forestry; Social Sciences; Life Sciences||April||Overview:
The Research Grants Program of the Center for Tropical Forest Science - Forest Global Earth Observatory (CTFS-ForestGEO) funds research projects associated with the CTFS-ForestGEO network of Forest Dynamics Sites. The program is intended to provide opportunities for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and senior researchers to use existing Forest Dynamics Sites and conduct research in collaboration with scientists currently associated with these sites.
Projects supported by the Grants Program:
The Grants Program supports research directly tied to CTFS-ForestGEO Forest Dynamics Sites, including projects requiring fieldwork, site data analysis, or the generation of complementary data that strengthens CTFS-ForestGEO programs. Projects can be field-oriented, herbarium- or laboratory-based, or analytical. Research projects can be basic or applied in nature and based around the social or natural sciences. Project duration can range from 3 months to 2 years.
Successful proposals will require the use of CTFS-ForestGEO site data (the site data must be integral to the completion of the project). Applicants do not need to be associated with a site prior to applying, but each applicant will need to contact a site Principal Investigator prior to submitting a proposal. Solicitation Link
|Make Our Planet Great Again||Campus France||France||Grant; Scholarship||Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Earth Systems; Climate Change; Sustainability; Energy Transition||April||France’s ministries of Europe and foreign affairs (MEAE) and of higher education, research, and innovation (MESRI) have implemented programs to support foreign researchers, doctoral candidates, and master's students wishing to conduct research and studies in France on a topic related to earth systems, climate change and sustainability, or the energy transition. Solicitation Link|
|Various Opportunities||Terra Foundation||Global||Grant; Fellowship||Humanities; American Art; Art||May||The Terra Foundation has dedicated itself to fostering the exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States for national and international audiences.
Terra offers a wide range of grant and fellowship opportunities, including funding for: exhibitions,
academic programs, fellowships and visiting professorships, and
publications. Solicitation Link
|Cultural Preservation of Historic Sites and Monuments (Built Heritage)||Department of State||Afghanistan||Grant||Humanities; Cultural Preservation Skills; Culture; Educational Outreach||June||Based on funding availability, this project will enhance the long-term preservation of Afghanistan’s built heritage. Potential projects include detailed documentation activities and brick-and-mortar stabilization and restoration of monuments and sites. PAS will also consider projects that build cultural preservation skills, support long-term stewardship of heritage, and provide educational outreach to under served communities. PAS encourages proposals combining structural preservation, skills development, and educational outreach, particularly those conveying the richness of Afghanistan’s archaeological and historic heritage to youth in rural communities and young women professionals. Any project undertaken must adhere to international charters and heritage preservation standards. Solicitation Link|
|U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong & Macau 175th Anniversary Small Grants Program||U.S. Department of State||Hong Kong; Macau||Grant||Humanities; Performing Arts; Culture||July||Purpose of Small Grants: In general, PAS awards a limited number of grants to individuals, non-governmental organizations, think tanks, academic institutions, and other organizations to enhance mutual understanding between the U.S. and Hong Kong and/or Macau. All 175th Anniversary Programs should be specifically and directly related to U.S.-Hong Kong ties, history, shared values or other connections. This funding opportunity aims to solicit projects to showcase: the diverse and broad range of people-to-people connections the United States and Hong Kong have built over the last 175 years; our shared values; and the longstanding presence of the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong.
The PAS Small Grants Program projects may include, but are not limited to, the following types of programs: Performing arts programs that present American music, dance, or theatre to local audiences, performed either by American performers or combinations of local and American performers; programs that present American society, culture, history, or values to local audiences;
the participation of American artists, musicians, performers, and filmmakers in local events and cultural festivals; and bilateral collaborative projects featuring participation of both local and American artists, performers, scholars, and/or other civil society groups. Solicitation Link
|Media Projects: Production Grants||National Endowment for the Humanities||Global||Grant||Humanities; History; Art History; Film Studies; Literature; Drama; Religious Studies; Philosophy; Anthropology||August||The Media Projects program supports film, television, and radio projects that engage general audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship in disciplines such as history, art history, film studies, literature, drama, religious studies, philosophy, or anthropology.
The Division of Public Programs encourages film and television projects that examine international themes and subjects in the humanities, in order to spark Americans’ engagement with the broader world beyond the United States. These projects should demonstrate international collaboration by enlisting scholars based both in the United States and abroad, and/or by working with an international media team. The collaborations should bring broad cross-cultural perspectives to the proposed topics and should be intended primarily for U.S. public audiences. Solicitation Link
|Various Types of Support (Germany)||Fritz Thyssen Stiftung||Germany||Grant||All||Application Deadline Varies||Applications can only be filed by scholars from a school of higher learning or a non-profit research institution in Germany or foreign countries.
Funding is basically reserved for projects that are related to the promotion areas of the Foundation and have a clear connection to the German research system. This connection can be established either at a personal level through German scientists working on the project, at an institutional level through non-German scientists being affiliated to German research institutes or through studies on topics related thematically to German research interests. Solicitation Link
|Western Hemisphere Program (Caribbean)||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of International Conservation||Caribbean||Grant||Life Sciences; Biodiversity Conservation||May||Project activities should take place in the insular Caribbean. If work is to be conducted in the United States, the proposal must show a clear impact on biodiversity conservation in the Caribbean Region to be eligible.
Priority consideration will be given to projects that impact biodiversity in the following islands:
• Greater Antilles: Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica.
• Lesser Antilles: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, La Désirade, Les Saintes archipelago, Marie-Galante, Martinique, Montserrat, Saba, Saint Lucia, Saint Martin, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint-Barthélemy, Saint Martin, Sain Marteen, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Trinidad and Tobago
• Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Solicitation Link
|Western Hemisphere Program (South America Program Regional)||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Division of International Conservation||South America||Grant||Life Sciences; Ecosystem and Wildlife Conservation||May||The USFWS seeks to support conservation of the large-scale terrestrial ecosystems that are viable for long-term wildlife conservation and critical to protecting regional watersheds and environmental services. Because existing protected areas alone are not sufficient to maintain ecosystem functions and large scale processes, this funding opportunity seeks landscape-scale approaches to conserve the region’s unique ecosystems and iconic wildlife that can also serve as umbrella species for the rest of the region’s biodiversity.
Consideration will be given to projects that address one or more of the programmatic funding priorities in the following countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru. Solicitation Link
|Improving Patient Adherence to Treatment and Prevention Regimens to Promote Health (R01)||Department of Health and Human Services||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Health; Treatment and Prevention; Health Care||June||Potential study topics and intervention approaches may include,
but are not limited to:
- Research to develop novel tools or modify existing approaches to monitor adherence and facilitate delivery of targeted interventions to improve adherence
- Research testing innovative approaches for monitoring and maintaining individual or caregiver adherence to complex health care regimens
- Research to target groups at high risk for non-adherence such as adolescents/young adults and individuals with cognitive impairment, complex illnesses and health regimens, mental health comorbidities, and/or substance abuse
- Studies of adherence-promoting interventions that are delivered through technological tools, such as mobile health technologies and electronic health records, to target health care provider behaviors, patient behaviors, both, and/or provider-patient interactions and feedback
- Research examining interventions designed to optimize adherence through caregivers, peers, or social support networks
- Research to examine the role of shared decision making on adherence
- Research testing the efficacy of interventions at the health care system level that target, for example, health care provider practices (i.e., decision tools, access to resources such as medication plans, electronic medical record practices) as facilitators of patient adherence
- Research to address social and structural determinants of health contributing to racial and ethnic disparities in adherence and associated health outcomes
- Interventions that test multi-level and multi-component interventions (e.g., at the individual, health care provider, and community level) to improve adherence behavior
- Studies that identify competing behaviors, psychosocial concerns, and/or social issues that contribute to non-adherence and associated changes in health outcomes, to inform future interventions and science. Solicitation Link
|Scholarships and Fellowships||Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research||Antarctica||Fellowship||Life Sciences||July||The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), the Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programmes (COMNAP) and the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) are working together to attract talented early-career researchers, scientists, engineers and other professionals to strengthen international capacity and cooperation in a range of fields. Solicitation Link|
|Biological Anthropology Program - Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Anthrology; Biology||July||Permitted budget items include: travel to research facilities/field sites distant from the student's institution, costs for data-collection activities integral to the project, purchase of research supplies and services not otherwise available through the institution, the hiring of field or laboratory assistants if warranted by the scope of the research, fees for use of specialized research equipment or research facilities, and research fees imposed for international fieldwork. Solicitation Link|
|NCURA Fellowship Program||National Council of University Research Administrators||Australia; Europe; Russia; Southern Africa; Global||Fellowship||All||September||The NCURA Fellowship programs are a joint initiative between NCURA and our sister research administration organizations as well as between our U.S. Regions and the International Region. The Fellowship programs have two underlying objectives: (i) the training of research administrators, and (ii) enhancing global research collaboration.
These Fellowship programs will provide an opportunity for research administrators to travel to another country's research organization and to immerse themselves in a program of mutual learning and knowledge exchange. NCURA will support up to USD $2,000 in travel costs, and Fellows are expected to pass on their experiences and knowledge of how research administration management operates at their institution, to identify best practices and the local knowledge of their Host Institutions, and to respect all appropriate organizational rules and cultural practices. Solicitation Link
|Fellowship and Conference Sponsorship||Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development||Global||Fellowship; Sponsorship||Trade; Agricultlure; Economy; Biology; Biological Resources; Technology||September||OECD is accepting proposals for research fellowships and/or conference support in the following areas:
Managing Natural Capital for the Future, Managing Risks in a Connected World, and Transformational Technologies and Innovation. Solicitation Link
|US-Israel BARD||Bi-national Agricultural Research and Development Fund||Israel||Grant||Life Sciences; Agriculture; Ecology; Food; Water; Genomics; Proteomics; Robotics||September||BARD projects, conducted cooperatively by American and Israeli scientists, cover all phases of agricultural research and development, including integrated projects and strategic or applied research. Cooperative research entails active collaboration between Israeli and American scientists. The following research areas were identified by the Board of Directors as top priorities for the coming years:
Increased Efficiency of Agricultural Production; Protection of Plants and Animals Against Biotic and Abiotic Stress; Food Quality, Safety, and Security; Water Quality & Quantity; Functional Genomics and Proteomics; Sensors and Robotics; and
Sustainable Bio-Energy Systems.
Award duration: 3 years. One year feasibility studies are also funded. Solicitation Link
|2018 ExxonMobil Competition for Study Abroad Innovations||100,000 Strong in the Americas||Argentina; Brazil; Guyana; Mexico||Grant||Physical Sciences; Engineering; Petroleum Engineering; Civil Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Physics; Geology; Geophysics||October||2018 ExxonMobil Competition for Study Abroad Innovations in Engineering, Physics, Geology, and Geophysics is supported through a generous contribution from ExxonMobil Corporation. This Innovation Fund competition is open to all higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States and Argentina, Brazil, Guyana, and Mexico that promote study abroad and training opportunities in the fields of Engineering (with a focus on petroleum, civil, chemical and mechanical engineering), Physics, Geology, and Geophysics. Proposals can focus on increasing outbound opportunities for students; on expanding the capacity for the partner institutions to host them or to reciprocate the exchange by sending students; on expanding their own capacity to host international students; or offer models that
integrate increased flow in both directions.
Overall, proposals must include a partnership between at least one higher education institution in the United States and one higher education institution in Argentina, Brazil, Guyana, and/or Mexico. Solicitation Link
|Innovations in Graduate Education (IGE) Program||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; STEM||September||Activities proposed as part of the research project may include, but are not limited to, student professional skill development, career preparation and vocational counseling, faculty training, inventive partnerships, international experiences, internships, outreach, virtual networks, and mentoring. In addition, projects should utilize evidence-based strategies to broaden participation of students from diverse backgrounds.
IGE projects will generate potentially transformative models for improvements in graduate education that prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers for the full range of possible STEM career paths to advance the nation’s STEM enterprise. IGE is dedicated solely to piloting, testing, and validating innovative approaches to graduate education and to generating the knowledge required for the customization and implementation of the most successful, transformative ones. The primary target population for IGE projects must be master’s and/or doctoral STEM students in a research-based degree program that requires a thesis or dissertation. The IGE program will not focus on comprehensive training (see NSF Research Traineeship Solicitation 16-503) or foundational research examining how graduate students learn (see EHR Core Research Solicitation 15-509), but rather will promote targeted testbed efforts that are informed by evidence, including findings from research on learning. Soliciation Link
|Jack Kimmel International Grant Program||Tree Fund||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Ecology; Biology; Dendrology; Forest Management; Soil Management||October||TREE Fund’s current research priorities include the following areas of professional interest; proposals outside of these core areas must clearly and explicitly identify why TREE Fund consideration of the requested scopes of work is warranted:
Root and soil management; tree planting and establishment; Plant health care; Risk assessment and worker safety; and urban and community forest management. Solicitation Link
|Initiative for Collaborative Research Between Investigators in the USA and Norway||National Institutes of Health||Norway||Collaboration; Grant||Life Sciences; Health; Etiology; Clinical Intervention; Treatment Research||October||Applications must include at least one Program Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) who is eligible for NIH funding and at least one foreign collaborator from an institution in Norway who is eligible for RCN funding. The multiple PD/PI (MPI) option may be used in applications wishing to be considered for funding under this initiative. Foreign and/or domestic collaborators may be funded under this initiative.
The aim of this call is to produce new knowledge to solve health- and societal challenges in Norway and other countries through collaboration with outstanding research groups in preventive health, etiology, clinical intervention- and treatment research.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please notify OIE or your grants office immediately as there are unconventional procedures that need to be followed leading up to the October deadline. Solicitation Link
|AI for Earth||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Biodiversity; Artificial Intelligence; Climate Change; Agriculture; Water||October||The National Geographic Society (NGS) and Microsoft’s AI for Earth program are partnering to support the exploration of how AI can help us understand, engage, and protect the planet. The $1 million AI for Earth Innovation Grant will provide grants to 5-15 novel projects that improve the way we monitor, model, and ultimately manage Earth’s natural systems for a more sustainable future.
The grants will support the creation and deployment of open source trained models and algorithms that are available to other environmental researchers and innovators and thereby have the potential to provide exponential impact.
To qualify, applications should outline a proposal to use AI for conservation in at least one of the following core areas: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Agriculture, and
Water. Solicitation Link
|CNS-Targeted Drug Delivery Strategies for HIV||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Chemistry; Drug Delivery; Virology; Animal Disease; Pharmacology; Toxicology; Drug Development||January||Investigators are encouraged to use multidisciplinary approaches and involve scientists with complementary expertise in chemistry, drug delivery, virology, animal disease models, pharmacology, toxicology, drug development, and other disciplines to ensure success and productivity.
Specific areas of interest include the development of:
1. CNS targeting formulations of existing antiretrovirals known to have poor CNS penetration. Formulations may involve polymers, nanoparticles, liposomes, and other agents that will increase concentrations of antiretrovirals in CNS compartments and provide an acceptable balance between efficacy and safety.
2. Formulations with the ability to carry large molecules (e.g., broadly neutralizing antibodies, bi-specific antibodies, etc.) to the CNS for HIV inactivation or for purging of the CNS reservoir.
3. Drug delivery platforms that use current antiretrovirals in combination with transporters, immunomodulators, and other agents that will result in improvements in activity in the CNS.
The discovery of new drugs or biologics for HIV will not be supported.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply. Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply. Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water Systems (INFEWS)|
ADDITIONAL International Support
|National Science Foundation||Europe; Middle East; Africa; Mediterranean; China; Egypt; Germany; Taiwan||Collaboration; Grant||Physical Sciences; Geosciences; Engineering; Social Sciences; Behavioral Sciences; Economic Sciences; Food and Agriculture; Agriculture; Energy||September||The following link is to a list of general funding opportunities that are separate from the INFEWS solicitation (NSF 18-545), but which may provide opportunities to support international partners collaborating with US researchers on an INFEWS proposal. This list of opportunities is not intended to be comprehensive, but does include many countries and funding agencies with whom NSF-supported researchers and NSF have a history of collaboration.
The resource page also includes some links to identify researchers in other countries already working on food/energy/water nexus topics. This information is intended to assist U.S. researchers in developing international partnerships relevant to research on the food/energy/water nexus. Additional information may be added in the future.
A link to this NSF sponsored resource page can also be found on OIE's Funding Resources for Faculty and Staff page. Solicitation Link
|The Prof. Rahamimoff Travel Grants Program for Young Scientists||United States - Israel Binational Science Foundation||Israel||Grant||Physical Sciences; Biomedical Engineering; Health Sciences; Medicine; Life Science; Psychobiology; Atmospheric, Ocean & Earth Sciences; Chemistry; Computer Sciences; Economics; Energy Research; Environmental Research; Materials Research; Mathematical Sciences; Physics; Psychology; Sociology||May||The Prof. Rahamimoff Travel Grants Program is open to PhD students doing research that requires facilities or expertise not available in their home countries. The program will have two CALLS annually, and each will support 10 trips. Grants are for $4,000 each. The trips will be only to a higher education or a research facility in the U.S.A. (for Israelis) or Israel (for Americans). The program will not support participation in conferences or trips by late-stage PhD students. Each trip will be for a maximum length of 2 months.Travel should be taken within one year of notification of award.Applications for trips that have already occurred will not be accepted.
Applicants must be U.S. or Israeli citizens.
The applicant, rather than his thesis advisor, must write the application.
Applicants must be conducting supervised research towards a PhD in an accredited higher education institution, or in a non-profit research institution (government or other, including hospitals).
Submitting an application before the PhD research program/plan is formally approved by the university is not recommended.
Students in their last year of PhD studies are not eligible to submit applications to the program.
The BSF will only accept applications that are in the scientific fields it supports. For a full list, see Eligible Areas of Research. The split program does not apply to Travel Grants; applications in all fields supported by the BSF can be submitted each year.
Applicants must be 35 years old or younger.
Israeli and American students doing research in the other country are not eligible to apply.
A student who was previously awarded a grant in this program is not allowed to submit again. Solicitation Link
|Measurement Science and Engineering (MSE) Research Grant Programs||Department of Commerce||Global||Grant||Physical Sciences; Engineering; Materials Science & Engineering; Materials Measurement Science; Biosystems & Biomaterials; Biomolecular Measurements; Chemical Sciences; Applied Chemicals & Materials||June; Applications Accepted Continuously||The MML Grant Program provides financial assistance to support the conduct of research or a recipient’s portion of collaborative research in the following fields: materials science and engineering, materials measurement science, biosystems and biomaterials, biomolecular measurements, chemical sciences, and applied chemicals and materials.
NIST is soliciting applications for financial assistance for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) within the following NIST Laboratory grant programs:
(1) the Material Measurement Laboratory (MML) Grant Program;
(2) the Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) Grant Program;
(3) the Engineering Laboratory (EL) Grant Program;
(4) the Fire Research (FR) Grant Program;
(5) the Information Technology Laboratory (ITL) Grant Program;
(6) the Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) Grant Program;
(7) the NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR) Grant Program;
(8) the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) Grant Program;
(9) the Special Programs Office (SPO) Grant Program;
(10) the Standards Coordination Office (SCO) Grant Program;
(11) the International and Academic Affairs Office (IAAO) Grant Program;
(12) the Associate Director for Laboratory Programs (ADLP) Grant Program, and
(13) the Associate Director for Innovation and Industry Services (ADIIS) Grant Program. Solicitation Link
|Fellowship and Conference Sponsorship||Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development||Global||Fellowship; Sponsorship||Physical Sciences; Engineering Sciences; Technology; Economy; Natural Capital; Environment||September||OECD is accepting proposals for research fellowships and/or conference support in the following areas: Managing Natural Capital for the Future, Managing Risks in a Connected World, and Transformational Technologies and Innovation. Solicitation Link|
|Richard E. Merwin Student Scholarship||IEEE Computer Society||Global||Scholarship||Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Computer Science||April; September||IEEE Computer Society is offering $40,000 in student scholarships, from $1,000 and up, to recognize and reward active student volunteer leaders in student branches or chapters who show promise in their academic and professional efforts.
The selected winners of this award will have the opportunity to serve as IEEE Computer Society Student Ambassadors for the particular IEEE region to which they belong. Duties as Student Ambassadors will include collecting and disseminating information to student branches or chapters in their region and serving as a liaison between the IEEE Computer Society Member and Geographic Activities Board (MGAB) and student members in their region. Over a dozen scholarships of $1,000 and up are available, for one academic year (approximately 9 months). Solicitation Link
|NSRDEC Broad Agency Announcement: Textile Technologies||Army Contracting Command||Global||Grant||Engineering; Technology; Electronic Wearables; Fibers; Electrotextiles||Applications Accepted Continuously||This Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) is intended to fulfill requirements for scientific study and experimentation directed toward advancing state-of-the-art technologies and/or increasing knowledge and understanding as a means of eliminating current technology barriers. This BAA DOES NOT focus on specific systems or hardware solutions. This BAA identifies NSRDEC research/exploratory development areas of interest and provides prospective offerors information on the preparation of proposals along with proposal evaluation factors. The Government may award purchase orders, contracts, grants, cooperative agreements, or other transactions against this BAA. Below are two areas of interest for the smart textiles community. See the full BAA for all R&D opportunities.
Multi-Functional Materials (PG 110)
There is a strong interest in the new and growing field of “wearables.” The wearables field is of interest to the NSRDEC relates to the integration of electronic capabilities into textile materials, combat clothing and combat field equipment worn by Warfighters. Grantees will perform exploratory research on the development of novel multi-functional materials that have significant impact on Warfighter load and increase sustainability in the field.
High Performance Multi-component Fibers (PG 112)
There is a need for research and development of novel fibers to create woven and nonwoven textiles for Warfighter and first responder protection and sustainment. Specifically, novel optical, high strength, electronic, flame resistant, and reactive (chemical, biological) fibers are of interest. Novel optical fiber research and development could involve efforts related to the creation of fibers for friend vs. foe identification, optical communication systems, and optical sensing. High strength fiber R&D should relate to the creation of melt processable fibers for soft and rigid armor; transparent fiber reinforced composites for transparent armor; or structural composites for load carriage, shelters, or other Soldier System applications. Investigation of nanofibers produced through islands-in-the-sea technology for high strength, impact resistant composites is of interest. Electronic fibers for use in, for example, electrotextiles should be melt processable, conducting, shielded, and durable. There is specific interest in developing a flame resistant elastomeric fiber that can be woven into an undergarment and wicks away moisture.
Foreign partners allowed. Solicitation Link
|Women Techmakers Scholarship||Women Techmakers||North America; Europe; Middle East; Africa; Asia Pacific||Scholarship||Engineering Sciences; Technology; Computer Science; Women in Technology||December||Women Techmakers Scholars will join a global community of Scholars Program participants designed to provide a forum to share resources, support other women in tech and collaborate on projects to make continued impact.
Women Techmakers Scholars will each receive $10,000 USD (for students in the US) or $5,000 CAD (for students in Canada) for the 2019-2020 academic year. A group of undergraduate and graduate students will be chosen from the applicant pool, and scholarships will be awarded based on the strength of each candidate's impact on diversity, demonstrated leadership and academic background. The program is open to qualified students who meet the criteria and we strongly encourage people who identify as female to apply. All scholarship recipients will be invited to attend the annual Google Scholars' Retreat in Mountain View, California in 2019 to connect with fellow scholars, network with Googlers and participate in a number of development workshops. Solicitation Link
|Research Grants||Human Frontier Science Program||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering Sciences; Chemistry; Physics; Computer Science; Life Sciences; Biology||March||Research grants are provided for teams of scientists from different countries who wish to combine their expertise in innovative approaches to questions that could not be answered by individual laboratories.
Emphasis is placed on novel collaborations that bring together scientists preferably from different disciplines (e.g. from chemistry, physics, computer science, engineering) to focus on problems in the life sciences. Note, HFSPO funds only basic research. Applied applications, including medical research typically funded by national medical research bodies, will be deemed ineligible.
The research teams must be international. The principal applicant must be from one of the eligible countries. However, other participating scientists and laboratories may be situated anywhere in the world.
Start your UGA collaborator search here: https://elements.uga.edu/
Or contact us at International Initiatives for a consultation: firstname.lastname@example.org Solicitation Link
|Science for Peace and Security||North Atlantic Treaty Organization||Global (NATO countries and partner countries)||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering Sciences; Cyber Defense; Cyber Security; Energy Security; Peace; Security||June||What: These are research and development projects related to NATO’s strategic goals and relevant to the SPS Key Priorities including cyber defense and energy security. The projects enable Partner country scientists to increase contacts in the NATO science community, while building a stronger science infrastructure in their home countries.
Duration: Projects have a typical duration of 2 to 3 years.
Target Audience: Applications are submitted jointly by an expert residing and working in a NATO country and one residing and working in a Partner country. Projects involving more than one Partner country are encouraged, as is the participation of young scientists.
Budget: NATO funds are provided to cover project-related costs such as scientific equipment, computers, software and training of project personnel as well as of young scientists: roughly half of the budget is generally allocated to equipment, about 20% to training and travel and 15% to stipends; these proportions may vary according to the needs of each project. Solicitation Link
|Short-term Mentored Career Enhancement Awards in Mobile and Wireless Health Technology and Data Analytics: Cross-Training at the intersection of Behavioral and Social Sciences and STEM Disciplines||National Institutes of Health||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering Sciences; Health; Health Technology; STEM; Behavioral Sciences; Social Sciences||July||The objective of the Career Enhancement Award for Experienced Investigators (K18) is to provide support for experienced scientists who either wish to broaden their scientific capabilities or to make changes in their research careers by acquiring new research skills or knowledge. The purpose of this FOA is to provide such investigators with support for an intensive period of mentored research experience to acquire new research capabilities in mobile and wireless health technology and data analytics that align with research areas supported by the sponsoring NIH Institute(s)/Center(s). Such experiences will afford candidate investigators protected time to: 1) enrich and expand their expertise and research programs through retooling in new techniques, emerging technologies, and/or scientific areas; and/or 2) redirect their research programs in new trajectories; and/or 3) catalyze research collaborations in new research directions.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed.
Don't know anyone in Public Health? Start your UGA collaborator/mentor search here: https://elements.uga.edu/
Or contact us at International Initiatives for a consultation: email@example.com
|Global Research Outreach||Samsung||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering Sciences; Technology; Electronics; Innovation||April||The SAMSUNG Global Research Outreach (GRO) Program is an important part of growing SAMSUNG's (Samsung Electronics & related Samsung companies) academic research engagement and collaboration platforms.
World-class university researchers have been annually invited since 2009 to propose novel research ideas and to work with our R&D teams to foster technological innovation. This has resulted in actively collaborative relationships with over 100 leading universities worldwide.
Selected GRO projects will be funded with one year. This project may be extended up to three years, based on annual research outcomes and necessity for further research partnership determined by SAMSUNG. Joint research proposals from multiple universities are welcome and acceptable.
The GRO Program represents an opportunity for SAMSUNG and universities to build a mutually beneficial research relationship and we look forward to your participation. Solicitation Link
|Faculty Research Awards||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering Sciences; Technology; Future Generations; Computer Science||Summer||The Google Faculty Research Awards Program aims to recognize and support world-class, permanent faculty pursuing cutting-edge research in areas of mutual interest.
Our goal is to identify and strengthen long-term (international) collaborative relationships with faculty working on problems that will impact how future generations use technology. Google Faculty Research Awards are structured as seed funding to support one graduate student for one year and are awarded as an unrestricted gift. The award is highly competitive - only 15% of applicants receive funding - and each proposal goes through a rigorous Google-wide review process. Solicitation Link
|Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Evolutionary Biology; Ecology; Ecosystem Science; Natural Selection; Evolutionary Processes on Populations; Interspecific Interactions; Population Dynamics; Feedback Between Ecological and Evolutionary Processes; Pools of Materials||Applications Accepted Continuously||The Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB) Program supports the generation of extended time series of data to address important questions in evolutionary biology, ecology, and ecosystem science. Research areas include, but are not limited to, the effects of natural selection or other evolutionary processes on populations, communities, or ecosystems; the effects of interspecific interactions that vary over time and space; population or community dynamics for organisms that have extended life spans and long turnover times; feedbacks between ecological and evolutionary processes; pools of materials such as nutrients in soils that turn over at intermediate to longer time scales; and external forcing functions such as climatic cycles that operate over long return intervals.
Student and international activities are supported through this grant. Solicitation Link
|NGS/Waitt Grants Program||Waitt Foundation & National Geographic||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Anthropology; Archaeology; Nautical Archaeology; Biology; Geography; Geology; Oceanography; Paleontology||Applications Accepted Continuously||Funded by the Waitt Foundation, the NGS/Waitt Grants Program targets projects around the world in the cultural and social sciences at the cutting edge of technology and exploratory research. The program helps qualified individuals launch what is often the most difficult stage of a project to secure funding—the search—and awards grants for exploratory fieldwork with the potential for new breakthroughs. NGS/Waitt Grants place a special emphasis on expedited award processing and is able to fund “proof of concept” research for applicants at an earlier stage in their careers. Solicitation Link|
|Participatory Science||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Conservation; Education; Technology; Storytelling||January||The NGS Participatory Science RFP seeks to support participatory science through the development or innovative use of data-driven, technology-powered tools that will increase the understanding, preservation, and protection of our planet. Applicants should design and/or implement tools that support citizen science work, particularly data collection or data analysis, in ways that create learning experiences for citizen scientists, including students. Solicitation Link
|Navigating the New Arctic (NNA)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Arctic change; Infrastructure; Natural Environment; Built Environment||February||Major goals of NSF's NNA Big Idea include:
Improved understanding of Arctic change and its local and global effects that capitalize on innovative and optimized observation infrastructure, advances in understanding of fundamental processes, and new approaches to modeling interactions among the natural environment, built environment, and social systems.
New enhanced research communities that are diverse, integrative, and well-positioned to carry out productive research at the intersections of Arctic natural and built environments and social systems.
Research outcomes that inform U.S. national security and economic development needs and enable resilient, sustainable Arctic communities.
This solicitation is the first of what is envisioned to be at least a five-year agency-wide program to support the research needed to inform the economy, security, and resilience of the Nation, the larger region, and the globe with respect to Arctic change. This solicitation calls for fundamental convergence research across the social, natural, environmental, and computing and information sciences, and engineering.
|The Global Grants for Gut Health||Nature International Journal of Science||Global||Grant||Public Health; Gut Health; Human Microbiome; Inflammatory Diseases; Metabolic Diseases; Gut Microbiota||November; August||The Global Grants for Gut Health will consider proposals for one-year research projects – whether laboratory investigations or clinical studies – that advance understanding of the impact of the gut microbiota on human health.
Applications might relate to:
The structure, function and diversity of the human microbiome; the gut-associated immune system and the microbiota’s immunomodulatory capacity; and the role of the gut microbiota in inflammatory and metabolic diseases; the role of the microbiota in the gut‒brain axis
Modulation of the gut microbiota (for example through diet, prebiotics, probiotics, transplantation of faecal microbiota or selected species and communities) and modulators of the microbiota composition.
|Research, training, and technical assistance projects in Health||The Conservation, Food & Health Foundation||Asia; Africa; Latin America; Middle East||Grant||Public Health; Natural Resources; Food Production Food Distribution; Disease Prevention; Health Promotion; Family Planning; Reproductive Health; Tropical Diseases||January||The Conservation, Food and Health Foundation seeks to protect natural resources, improve the production and distribution of food, and promote public health in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. The foundation helps build the capacity of organizations and coalitions with grants that support research or improve the learning and generation of local solutions to complex problems.
The foundation supports public health programs that focus on populations rather than individuals. It funds programs that emphasize disease prevention and health promotion over those that emphasize disease diagnosis, treatment, and care. It supports research, technical assistance, and training projects that improve public health through community-based efforts that address health promotion, disease prevention, family planning, and reproductive health; and
increase the understanding and treatment of neglected tropical diseases. Solicitation Link
|Engaging Men in HIV Testing, Prevention, and Care||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Public Health; HIV; HIV Prevention; HIV Care||January||The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to develop and test strategies to increase the engagement of men in HIV prevention and care within global settings and among US domestic populations who have evidenced lower rates of engagement and retention in HIV prevention and care.
This FOA is specifically focused on developing effective strategies to engage and retain men in HIV prevention and care and assessing the impact of these treatment and prevention strategies along the HIV prevention and care continua.
It also calls for pilot research on the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary outcomes for the strategies developed for men.
Additionally, a focus will be on modeling the potential impact of successful strategies if implemented across different communities and regions. Solicitation Link
|Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement for Physical Sceinces-Oncology Network (PS-ON)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Public Health; Physical Sciences; Cancer; Cancer Biology; Oncology; Engineering Sciences; Mathematics; Chemistry; Computer Science||January||The purpose of this Notice is to announce the NCI's intention to re-issue a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) PAR-15-021 to invite U01 cooperative agreement applications for Physical Science-Oncology Projects (PS-OP).
The goal of the Physical Sciences-Oncology Network (PS-ON) is to foster the convergence of physical sciences approaches and perspectives with cancer research to advance our understanding of cancer biology and oncology by forming transdisciplinary teams of physical scientists and cancer biologists/physician scientists. Examples of physical scientists may include engineers, physicists, mathematicians, chemists, and computer scientists.
The PS-OPs, individually and as a collaborative Network along with other PS-OPs and the Physical Sciences-Oncology Centers (PS-OC), will support transdisciplinary research that: (1) establishes a physical sciences perspective within the cancer research community; (2) facilitates team science and field convergence at the intersection of physical sciences and cancer research; and (3) collectively tests physical sciences-based experimental and theoretical concepts of cancer and promotes innovative solutions to address outstanding questions in cancer research.
It is anticipated, but not yet confirmed, that foreign activities will be allowed under this RFP. Solicitation Link
|International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) (K01)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Public Health; Global Health; Cancer||March||The International Research Scientist Development Award (IRSDA) program addresses this need and fills an important global health career development gap. The IRSDA program provides opportunities to conduct mentored global health research in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) settings and to foster long-term research collaborations that strengthen global health research.
The objective of the IRSDA program is to prepare qualified advanced postdoctoral research scientists and recently-appointed junior faculty (see Eligible Individuals) for research careers that will have a significant impact on the health-related research needs of LMICs. The award will provide salary and research project support for a sustained period of "protected time" (three to five years) for intensive research career development, under the guidance of experienced U.S.-based and LMIC-based mentors, in any health-related discipline that is relevant to the health priorities of the LMIC. Solicitation Link
|International Research in Infectious Disease, including AIDS (R01)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Public Health; Infectious Diseases; Tuberculosis; Malaria; Influenza; HIV/AIDS; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Diarrheal, Respiratory, and Enteric Diseases; Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers; Viral Diseases; Parasitic Diseases; Vectors; Drug Resistance; Immunology; Microbiology; Biostatistics; Epidemiology; Data Management||May||The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to encourage the submission of applications from institutions in eligible foreign countries to conduct studies in infectious disease research. Collaborations with investigators in the United States (U.S.) are encouraged but not required. These grants will serve to build independent research capacity by providing direct funding to investigators who do not currently have NIH-funded grant or contract awards for research projects. The intent of these activities is to advance the development of local scientific expertise.
Topics of interest for this program are limited to research on infectious diseases, including but not limited to: tuberculosis; malaria; influenza; HIV/AIDS; sexually transmitted diseases; diarrheal, respiratory, and enteric diseases; viral hemorrhagic fevers; viral encephalitides; other viral diseases, parasitic diseases; vectors and vector-borne diseases, emerging and/or re-emerging infectious (including but not limited to Zika virus and yellow fever), and development of drug resistance that are of public health significance within the applicant country. Development of basic, immunological, microbiological, biostatistical, epidemiological, data management, and clinical research capacity is encouraged.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to establish multi-institutional collaborations and to include activities that involve the transfer of technologies and research methods, sharing of core resources including the administration of research grant programs, and expansion of linkages to other sites via attendance at national and international meetings and other methods of communication.
The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to encourage the submission of applications from institutions in eligible foreign countries to conduct studies in infectious disease research. Collaborations with investigators in the United States (U.S.) are encouraged but not required. These grants will serve to build independent research capacity by providing direct funding to investigators who do not currently have NIH-funded grant or contract awards for research projects. The intent of these activities is to advance the development of local scientific expertise.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to establish multi-institutional collaborations and to include activities that involve the transfer of technologies and research methods, sharing of core resources including the administration of research grant programs, and expansion of linkages to other sites via attendance at national and international meetings and other methods of communication. Please contact GOE or Office of Research for guidance if you have an international partner who is interested in working with you on this call. Solicitation Link
|Planning for Non-Communicable Diseases and Disorders Research Training Programs in Low and Middle Income Countries (D71)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Public Health; Non-Communicable Diseases; Non-Communicable Disorders||March||This D71 FOA invites applications from LMIC research institutions that are already involved in NCD research and/or research training activities under previous NIH or non-NIH initiatives, but not yet as the lead institution. The applications should propose a planning process and detailed vision for a LMIC-led D43 research training program to strengthen the capacity of the LMIC institution(s) to conduct research that focuses on NCD conditions of public health importance in LMICs. The application from the LMIC institution(s) may include collaboration with United States (U.S) institutions and other LMIC institutions as justified and appropriate.
The Fogarty International Center (FIC) will support planning of innovative research training programs that are designed to build sustainable NCD research capacity at the institution(s) in an LMIC.
Use this award to apply for the D43 International Research Training Grant next November. Solicitation Link
|Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Public Health; Neuroscience; Technology; Computer Science||November||Innovative educational and training opportunities are highly encouraged, to develop research capacity in computational neuroscience, broaden participation in research and education, and increase the impact of computational neuroscience research. Activities at all levels of educational and career development are welcome under this solicitation. International research experiences for students and early-career researchers are highly encouraged in all projects involving international collaborations.
Two classes of proposals will be considered in response to this solicitation:
Research Proposals describing collaborative research projects, and
Data Sharing Proposals to enable sharing of data and other resources.
Domestic and international projects will be considered. As detailed in the solicitation, international components of collaborative projects may be funded in parallel by the participating agencies. Solicitation Link
|Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC)||Elrha||Global||Collaboration; Grant||Public Health; Humanitarian; Food; Nutrition||Application Deadline Varies||Elrha’s R2HC programme aims to increase the quality and quantity of collaborative research on recognised public health challenges in humanitarian crises, leading to improved health outcomes through cost effective humanitarian interventions.
Annual Calls: Our next annual call for proposals will open in June 2018. These are ‘Open Calls’, with proposals sought that address specific or multiple public health issues by gathering evidence with the potential to contribute to improved public health outcomes in humanitarian contexts.
Rapid Trigger Grant: These grants can be applied for alongside our core grants. Rapid Trigger grants are unique in that funding can be allocated to undertake research in the context of a rapid-onset crisis which hasn’t yet occurred.
Seed Funding: A key requirement for applying to R2HC for funding is the existence of a research partnership between humanitarian and academic organisations. In order to foster these partnerships, we offer Seed Funding to all applicants successful at the Expression of Interest stage and offer applicants the opportunity to apply to take part in Early-Stage Partnership Workshops.
Responsive Mechanism: We are able to respond to exceptional public health emergencies with a short-term calls for research. Solicitation Link
|Inter-organelle Communication in Cancer (R01)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Cancer; Cellular Function; Cellular Adaptation; Phenotypic Plasticity||December; January||The purpose of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to support research projects that examine how inter-organelle communication in cancer cells and/or tumor-associated cells affects cellular function, adaptation, and phenotypic plasticity. This emerging area promotes the concept that organelle networks coordinate oncogenic or tumor suppressive pressures that influence cell behaviors.
This FOA is suitable for projects where proof-of-principle of the proposed technology or methodology has already been established and supportive preliminary data are available. This FOA runs in parallel with an FOA of identical scientific scope, PAR-17-204 which utilizes the Exploratory/Developmental Grant (R21) mechanism. Solicitation Link
|Michelson Prizes||Human Vaccines Project||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Human Immunology; Computational Biology; Protein Engineering; Neglected Parasitic Diseases; Vaccines; Bioinformatics; Antigen Discovery; Immune Response Mechanisms; Immune Memory; Immune Receptor Recognition; Host-Microbe Interactions; Genetic Susceptibility||August||The Michelson Prizes are scientific awards of $150,000 given annually to young investigators who are applying disruptive research concepts and inventive processes to advance vaccine and immunotherapy research for major global diseases. Prizes will be awarded in three focus areas: Human Immunology, Computational Biology and Protein Engineering, and Neglected Parasitic Diseases. All focus areas are aimed at supporting research with the potential to transform vaccine and immunotherapy discovery. Solicitation Link|
|U.S. Mission to Nigeria: Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation||U.S. Department of State||Nigeria||Grant||Humanities; Archaeology; History; Culture; Art||December||Purpose of the Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) and Background: The AFCP Large Grants Program supports the preservation of major ancient archaeological sites, historic buildings and monuments, and major museum collections that are accessible to the public and protected by law in the host country.
Appropriate project activities may include:
• preventive conservation (addressing conditions that damage or threaten the site)
• stabilization (reducing the physical disturbance [settling, collapse, etc.] of a site)
• conservation (addressing damage or deterioration to a collection or sites)
• consolidation (connecting or reconnecting elements of a site)
• anastylosis (reassembling a site from its original parts)
• restoration (replacing missing elements to recreate the original appearance of a site, usually appropriate only with fine arts, decorative arts, and historic buildings) Solicitation Link
|Venetian Research Program: U.S.||The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation||Italy||Grant||Humanities; Culture; Archaeology; Architecture; Art; Bibliography; Economics; History; History of Science; Law; Literature; Music; Political Science; Religion; Theater||December||The Foundation awards travel grants to individual scholars to support historical research on Venice and the former Venetian empire, and for the study of contemporary Venetian society and culture. Disciplines of the humanities and social sciences are eligible areas of study, including (but not limited to) archaeology, architecture, art, bibliography, economics, history, history of science, law, literature, music, political science, religion, and theater. Solicitation Link|
|International Research Travel Grants for US-based Scholars||Terra Foundation||Global||Grant||Humanities; Art; Visual Culture||January||Terra Foundation International Research Travel Grants offer US-based scholars working on American art and visual culture prior to 1980 the opportunity to conduct research abroad. Grant funding is available for projects that require study of materials outside the United States and that will enable scholars to: discover new primary source material; experience works of art first-hand in museums and private collections; make contact with artists, critics, art dealers, archivists, curators, and university scholars; consult archives and library collections outside the US; and establish professional networks for future research.|
|Convening Grants for Internationally Collaborative Exhibitions||Terra Foundation||Global||Grant||Humanities; Art; Visual Culture; Art Museums||January||To encourage and enrich international partnerships between art museums and to deepen research and dialogue, for the next two years the foundation offers Convening Grants for Internationally Collaborative Exhibitions. An institution may apply for a convening grant even if it has applied (or plans to apply) separately for general exhibition support for the same project. Proposals for convening grants and general exhibition support are each considered on their own merits; grant approval in one program does not guarantee grant approval in the other. Solicitation Link|
|Promoting Research on Music and Health: Fundamentals and Applications (R01 and R21 Clinical Trials Optional)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Humanities; Music; Diseases; Disorders; Childhood Development; Learning; Aging; Adulthood; Therapy; Music Therapy; Neuroscience||January||This FOA is intended to encourage exploratory studies to : (1) increase our understanding of how music affects the brain, body, and behavior and (2) use that knowledge to develop evidence-based music interventions to enhance health or treat specific diseases and disorders. Proposed R21 projects can investigate how music is processed by or modifies the brain, or how it affects specific biological functions during childhood development and learning, adulthood, and aging. Projects can also include preliminary interventions that provide a basis for therapeutic interventions. When appropriate, collaborations among basic researchers, technology developers, music intervention experts, or other clinical researchers are highly encouraged. Solicitation Link|
|Travel Subsidies for Germany||Fritz Thyssen Stiftung||Germany||Grant||Humanities; Social Sciences; Biomedical Fields; History; Language; Culture; Natural Sciences; Medicine||Applications Accepted Continuously||Financial resources can be applied for from the Fritz Thyssen Foundation to defray travel expenses that are directly related to a project in the humanities, social science or biomedical fields. Funding is basically reserved for projects that are related to the promotion areas of the Foundation and have a clear connection to the German research system. This connection can be established either at a personal level through German scientists working on the project, at an institutional level through non-German scientists being affiliated to German research institutes or through studies on topics related thematically to German research interests. Fritz Thyssen offers many modes of support. Visit their website to see other support options including conference support, project support, and research stipends! Solicitation Link|
|US-Russia Social Expertise Exchange: Bilateral Projects||Eurasia Foundation||Russia||Grant||Social Sciences; Social Inclusion; Community Engagement; Social Entrepreneurship; Youth Engagement and Mentorship||December||EF is accepting applications for projects that have a broad bilateral impact in the following thematic areas: Social Inclusion, Community Engagement, Social Entrepreneurship, and Youth Engagement and Mentorship. Projects should avoid topics related to political activism or activity, public policy reform, or the influence of public opinion.
EF will fund innovative ideas that leverage U.S.-Russian cooperation to implement unique solutions to pressing social problems in the above thematic areas. Projects may focus on various topics, including but not limited to increasing
involvement of youth in the social sphere and cultivating their participation in international dialogue; increasing involvement of people with disabilities in social life, employment, and sports; and creating business initiatives to encourage environmental sustainability or otherwise improve quality of life. Solicitation Link
|Secure and Sustainable Human Rights Documentation Solutions||U.S. Department of State||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Human Rights; Human Rights Documentation||December||The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for projects that support the research, development, and implementation of secure human rights (HR) documentation solutions. Solicitation Link|
|Research Grants||The Leakey Foundation||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Human Origins||January||Advanced doctoral students (advanced to candidacy – all but dissertation) and established scientists are eligible for Leakey Foundation Research Grants. There are no citizenship restrictions; however, all applications must be in English.
The Leakey Foundation exclusively funds research related specifically to human origins. Priority of funding is commonly given to exploratory phases of promising new research projects that meet the stated purpose of the Foundation. Solicitation Link
|NIH Research Project Grant||NIH Department of Health and Human Services||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Genetics; Health; Alcoholism; Drug Abuse; Health Sciences; Medical Sciences||February||The NIH Research Project Grant supports a discrete, specified, circumscribed project in areas representing the specific interests and competencies of the investigator(s). The proposed project must be related to the programmatic interests of one or more of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) based on their scientific missions.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed.The NIH Research Project Grant supports a discrete, specified, circumscribed project in areas representing the specific interests and competencies of the investigator(s). The proposed project must be related to the programmatic interests of one or more of the participating NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) based on their scientific missions.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed. Solicitation Link (Clinical Trial Not Allowed)Solicitation Link (Clinical Trial Required)
|Mid-Scale Research Infrastructure-1||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Engineering; Physical Sciences; Mathematics; Computer Sciences; Computer and Information Sciences; Social Sciences; Behavioral Sciences; Economics||February||With its Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program and Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction (MREFC) projects, NSF is able to support instrumentation/infrastructure projects across the Foundation at the lower-end ($100,000 to $4 million) and higher-end (greater than $70 million) of the spectrum of infrastructure costs. The Mid-scale Research Infrastructure Big Idea is intended to provide NSF with an agile, Foundation-wide process to fund experimental research capabilities in the mid-scale range.
This solicitation for Mid-scale RI-1 activities covers the lower end of the mid-scale gap. Implementation projects may range from $6 million to below $20 million. Only Design projects may request less than $6 million, with a minimum cost of $600,000 and a maximum cost below $20 million. Solicitation Link
|U.S. Embassy Moscow Public Affairs Section FY 2019 Annual Program Statement (APS)||US Department of State||Russia||Grant||Social Sciences; Arts; Culture; Journalism; Media; Entrepreneurship; Business; Humanities||July||Purpose of Small Grants: PAS Moscow invites proposals for projects that strengthen ties between the United States and Russia through concrete demonstrations of cooperation between our two peoples. All grant proposals must convey an element of American history, culture, or shared values.
Priority Program Areas: Concrete demonstrations of cooperation between American and Russian people through collaborative artistic, cultural, civil, or educational activities; Women’s empowerment and minority rights; Science and technology (STEM, STEAM, sea and space exploration); Support for journalistic integrity, grassroots expression, creativity, and storytelling; and Enhancement of income generation among small businesses and increased tools for broadening entrepreneurship in Russia. Solicitation Link
|Fulbright Scholar Program||United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs||Global||Grant||All||September||The U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program offers nearly 470 teaching, research or combination teaching/research awards in over 125 countries. Opportunities are available for college and university faculty and administrators as well as for professionals, artists, journalists, scientists, lawyers, independent scholars and many others. In addition to several new program models designed to meet the changing needs of U.S. academics and professionals, Fulbright is offering more opportunities for flexible, multi-country grants. Solicitation Link|
|The Thomas Jefferson Fund||Face Foundation||France||Collaboration; Grant||Engineering; Humanities; Social Sciences; Life Sciences; Physical Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Public Health||March||The Thomas Jefferson Fund issues a yearly call for proposals and fund projects led by two outstanding young American and French researchers at the beginning of their careers, with mid- to long- term positions at a research or higher education institution in the United States or in France (post-doctorate level, assistant or associate professor, maître de conférences or chargé de recherche).
The Fund aims to encourage cutting-edge, multidisciplinary research projects of the highest quality and especially seeks to support emerging collaborations involving a team of younger researchers. Solicitation Link
|JSPS Research Fellowships in Japan (Extramural)||Fogarty International Center||Japan||Fellowship||Life Sciences; Public Health; Humanities; Social Sciences; Physical Sciences||March||JSPS conducts short-term (1-12 months) and long-term (12-24 months) fellowships for postdoctoral students. These fellowships were established to assist promising and highly-qualified young researchers wishing to conduct research in Japan. The program aims to provide opportunities for such researchers, under the guidance of their Japanese hosts, to conduct cooperative research with leading research groups in universities and other Japanese institutions, permitting them to advance their own research while stimulating Japanese academic circles, particularly young Japanese researchers, through close collaboration in scientific activities. The program also intends the collaboration to serve to advance scientific research in the counterpart countries. Solicitation Link|
|Investigator-Initiated Genomic Medicine Research (R01 and R25)||National Institutes of Health||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Public Health; Genomes; Medicine; Clinical Care||June||The growing application of genomics in clinical settings, combined with the knowledge gained to date from early efforts in genomic medicine research, suggest the need for discrete, focused research projects. These include projects carried out in unique clinical applications or settings, at a single site, which propose nimble, flexible approaches to problems, and do not require large-scale coordinated consortium approaches. This FOA will expand NHGRI's portfolio of investigator-initiated projects in genomic medicine and develop robust and rigorous science in this area that complements ongoing consortia work at NIH.
This opportunity supports research opportunities that will advance our understanding of, and the implementation of, the use of genomic information about an individual to inform clinical care, and the health outcomes of that clinical use.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement are allowed. Solicitation Link
|Research Funding||Earthwatch Institute||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Biodiversity; Marine Sciences; Ecology; Sustainability; Agriculture; Forestry||April (opens)||Earthwatch’s overarching goal is to support research projects that produce rigorous, relevant, and impactful science, address global change, and actively involve citizen-scientist participants. We distribute requests for proposals (RFPs) annually. We evaluate proposals based on scientific merit, appropriateness of citizen-scientist activities, expected project outcomes and impacts, safety, and logistics.
Annual budgets range between US $20,000–$80,000, with most of this covering participant expenses. We follow a per-capita model of funding, with final field grants provided based on the number of participants fielding on the project. We provide funding for 3 years, subject to passing an annual performance review. Funding is renewable, upon submitting a research renewal proposal. Solicitation Link
|Latin America Regional Program||Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service||Latin America||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Conservation; Wildlife; Wildlife Trafficking; Unsustainable Resource Use; Human-Wildlife Conflicts; Management Action||April||The goal of the Latin America Regional program is to conserve priority species and habitats in the region.
The Latin America Regional program is soliciting proposals to reduce threats to key wildlife populations in Latin America from wildlife trafficking, unsustainable resource use, and human-wildlife conflicts. Proposals should identify specific conservation actions that have a high likelihood of creating lasting benefits. Project activities that emphasize data collection and status assessment should describe a direct link to management action, and explain how lack of information has been a key limiting factor for management action in the past. Solicitation Link
|Biological Oceanography||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Oceanography; Marine Ecology; Interdisciplinary||August||The Biological Oceanography Program supports research in marine ecology broadly defined: relationships among aquatic organisms and their interactions with the environments of the oceans or Great Lakes. Projects submitted to the program for consideration are often interdisciplinary efforts that may include participation by other OCE Programs. Solicitation Link|
|Social Media and Democracy Grants||The Social Science Research Council||Global||Grant||Social Sciences; Social Media; Technology; Democracy; Elections||Applications Accepted Continuously||Proposals for the Social Media and Democracy Research Grants should examine the impact of social media and related digital technologies on democracy and elections, generate insights to inform policy at the intersection of media, technology, and democracy, and advance new avenues for future research. This initiative seeks to study these processes in an independent, transparent, and ethical way according to the highest standards of data privacy and academic research, to improve the lives of all. Solicitation Link|
|Neglected Tropical Diseases Data Innovation Incubator||Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges||Global||Grant||Public Health; Life Sciences; Diseases; Treatment||March||The NTD Data Innovation Incubator (the “Incubator”) will focus on eight priority problem areas, or “use cases.” These use cases are aligned with the four priority data sources identified at a foundation sponsored NTD Data Strategic Convening (London, March 2018) as most valued by NTD actors (e.g., donors, national NTD programs, pharmaceutical companies, and NTD implementers) for decisionmaking: Treatment Registers, Census Data, Drug Ledgers, and Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) survey data
(including routine mass drug administration (MDA)
data monitoring and impact evaluation surveys).
Further discussion around these priority data sources generated a set of data-related challenges that currently present bottlenecks to ensuring quality, timeliness, availability, and, ultimately, programmatic use of data in MDA campaigns.
The Incubator will support a series of pilot initiatives to test the ability of solutions to fully address these eight use cases, with the long-term goal of solution sustainability and scale in mind. Solicitation Link
|FY 2019 Creative Arts Exchange||U.S. Department of State||Global||Grant||Arts; Social Sciences; Creative Arts; Humanities; Foreign Policy; Culture; Educational Outreach; Under-served Communities; Youth; Persons with Disabilities||April||Cultural diplomacy enhances cross-cultural understanding and opens new avenues of dialogue and collaboration between individuals and nations. In support of U.S. Department of State foreign policy objectives, Creative Arts Exchange initiatives are arts-based, international people-to-people exchange programs. They create partnerships through artistic collaboration and professional development that enrich both the international participants and the Americans with whom they meet.
The goals of the CAE are to: Foster mutual understanding and deepen trust between the people of the United States and abroad to counter negative stereotypes and advance safety and security; Advance and complement U.S. foreign policy objectives; Provide unique opportunities for artistic collaboration and engagement between U.S. and foreign artists and audiences; Convey the diversity and high artistic merit of the arts in the United States and increase awareness and understanding of U.S. art, culture, values, and society among international participants and audiences; Foster opportunities for educational outreach and community engagement with diverse and under-served communities, especially youth (ages 12-25), women, and persons with disabilities; Engage participants in instructive and informative experiences in a particular art form to promote creative industries and entrepreneurship; and Create opportunities for sustaining relationships and collaborations between U.S. and international artists and institutions that endure beyond the program duration. Solicitation Link
|FY 2019 Cultural Programming Support||U.S. Department of State||Russia||Grant||Humanities; Arts; Culture; Public Affairs; Music; Dance; Theater; Photography; Graphic Arts; Visual Arts; Arts Management; Culinary Arts||June||The U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Section in Moscow (PAS Moscow) invites proposal submissions for a cooperative agreement to provide technical and logistical support for arts and cultural programming in Russia. The grant recipient will work closely with Public Affairs and Cultural Affairs at Mission Russia to identify and select American artists and performers to bring to Russia for short-term programs. Performances may include, but are not limited to music, dance, theater and film/television acting, and culinary arts. The grant may occasionally include programs for artists in the spheres of photography, comic books and graphic arts, computer art and design, arts management, painting, and other visual and graphic art. Individual athletes or groups of athletes may also be supported through this program to demonstrate their talent. Solicitation Link|
|New FOAs for U.S. - South Africa Collaborative Research||National Institutes of Health Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease||South Africa||Collaboration; Grant||Life Sciences; HIV/AIDS; Infectious Diseases; Tuberculosis; Sexually Transmitted Infections; Parasitic Infections; Arboviruses and Emerging/Re-Emerging Viral Pathogens; Vector Biology and Control||May||Established in 2013 as a joint effort between NIH and the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC), the U.S.-South Africa Program for Collaborative Biomedical Research continues into Phase 2* with four new funding opportunity announcements (FOAs). NIAID is one of five NIH institutes and centers participating in the FOAs. Solicitation Link|
|LMU Research Fellowships||Ludwig - Maximillians - University Munchen||Germany||Fellowship||Physical Sciences; Public Health; Environmental Sciences; Social Sciences; Life Sciences; Humanities; Engineering Sciences||November||The Incoming LMU Research Fellowships are directed at outstanding international junior researchers from all fields of research. They are designed to promote the career development of early-career postdoctoral researchers by fostering their mobility and supporting them in developing their academic profile.
Fellows must undertake research stays of 3 to 6 months at an international academic partner organization of their own choice, or collaborate with a non-academic partner organization as part of a cross-sectoral research project (funding for these collaborations is guaranteed).
The Fellowship Package includes an
attractive salary (German public service employee pay grade TV-L E14), material and travel expenses of up to € 10,000 p.a., start-up funding of up to € 25,000
|Organization and Project Grants & Individual Fellowship Program||Asian Cultural Council||Global||Grant; Fellowship||Humanities; Social Sciences||November||Who:
Professional artists, arts administrations, scholars, graduate/post-graduate students, and organizations working in the following fields: Archaeology, Crafts, Museum Studies, Architecture, Curation, Music, Art History, Dance, Theater, Arts Administration, Ethnomusicology, Visual Art, Arts Criticism, Film/Video/Photography, Conservation, Literature
|Bioengineering Research Partnerships||Department of Health and Human Services||Global||Grant||Life Sciences; Engineering Sciences||January||This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) encourages bioengineering applications that will accelerate the development and adoption of promising tools and technologies that can address important biomedical problems.
The objectives are to establish these tools and technologies as robust, well-characterized solutions that fulfill an unmet need and are capable of enhancing our understanding of life science processes or the practice of medicine.
Awards will focus on supporting multidisciplinary teams that apply an integrative, quantitative bioengineering approach to developing technologies, and engage biomedical researchers or clinicians throughout the project. The goal of the program is to support projects that can realize meaningful solutions within 5 – 10 years.
|Indo-US Teaching & Research Professorships||American Society for Microbiology||India; United States||Fellowship||Life Sciences||December||Indo-US Professorships seek to broaden scientific collaboration between India and the United States through travel grants that support research and teaching partnerships for early, mid, and advanced-career microbiologists.
The application must be made jointly between a hosting institution and the visiting professor.
|Research Traineeship (NRT) Program||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant||Engineering Sciences||December; February||This NRT solicitation encourages proposals to test, develop, and implement innovative and effective STEM graduate education models, promote interdisciplinary and broad professional training of graduate students, and foster fundamental research advances in support of national priorities.
The proposed NRT should foster development of a global perspective, through experiences abroad and/or activities at the home institution(s).Solicitation Link
|Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) program||USAID||Global||Grant; Cooperative Agreement||All||December||Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) sources innovative ideas, pilots and rigorously tests them, and supports the scale-up of solutions that demonstrate proven impact and cost-effectiveness. DIV’s tiered funding model; inspired by venture capital funds, invests comparatively small amounts of funding in a variety of unproven ideas, and provides more substantial support only to those that demonstrate rigorous evidence of impact, cost-effectiveness, and potential to scale. Taking a portfolio approach to its impact enables DIV to embrace risk - and occasional failure - as it generates an evidence base for open innovation. DIV’s aim is to create a portfolio of innovations across all sectors and geographies in which USAID works, to improve the lives of millions around the world.
DIV funds development innovations, which can include:
•New ways of delivering or financing goods and services
•More cost-effective adaptations to existing solutions.
•New ways of increasing uptake of existing proven solutions
•Policy changes, shifts, or nudges based on insights from behavioral economics
•Social or behavioral innovations
Innovations are not required to be technology-based, but should be evidence-informed.
|Biodiversity Exploration and Discovery||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences||January||The National Geographic Society seeks proposals from around the world to find and describe new species, and better understand the patterns of distribution and abundance of poorly known groups of organisms. This RFP will support inventories, surveys, and research expeditions in regions of the world where species discoveries are more likely to occur and where little or no information is available.
Successful applications must provide: 1) justification as to why the specific area or taxonomic group needs to be explored, 2) clear methodology for how species will be determined and a plan for taxonomic validation, and 3) a plan for depositing specimens and/or materials collected in an appropriate, permanent home. Preference will be given to proposals from applicants residing in the country of fieldwork, and all proposals must include at least one team member from the country where the fieldwork takes place.
|Citizen Science for Species Discovery||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences||January||Proposals should activate a network of citizen scientists to help support the discovery of species, bridge biodiversity gaps, and accelerate biodiversity data collection, identification, and classification. Proposals for work in any biome are encouraged.
Successful applications must provide clear justification as to why the specific area needs to be explored. Preference will be given to proposals from applicants who reside in the country of fieldwork, and all proposals must include a team member from the country where the fieldwork takes place.
|Recovery of Species on the Brink of Extinction||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences||April||Proposals that focus on the following themes are encouraged:
Specific and defensible priority actions to avert decline of a species or group of species;
Projects that include the active involvement of early career conservationists;
Projects that support conservation leaders from the countries where the species or group of species occur
Typical proposal requests should be less than $30,000; however, applicants may request up to $50,000. Successful applicants may use awarded funds over one or two years. Preference will be given to proposals that include feasible plans to demonstrate change in key, quantifiable indicators of: for example, reduction in drivers of population decline (e.g. unsustainable hunting, fishing or logging); or increase in numbers, degree of protection, or connectivity of populations of the target species or group of species.
|Artificial Intelligence for Species Discovery||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences||January||The National Geographic Society and Microsoft’s AI for Earth program are partnering to support the exploration of how AI can help us discover, identify, and classify new species. The Artificial Intelligence for Species Discovery RFP will provide support to projects that accelerate discovery, monitoring, and modeling, and ultimately improve the management of Earth’s biodiversity for a more sustainable future. The grants will support the creation and deployment of open source trained models, algorithms, and datasets to support species discovery.
|Enduring Impacts: Archaeology of Sustainability||National Geographic Society||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences||April||The Enduring Impacts: Archaeology of Sustainability Request for Proposal (RFP) focuses on the gathering and analysis of archaeological, paleoenvironmental, and paleoclimatological data for the purposes of increasing our understanding of human-environmental interactions over time, to ultimately contribute to mitigating contemporary environmental and climatic crises. Ideal grant applications for this RFP would consist of research projects that are scientifically rigorous and multidisciplinary;
integrate traditional ecological knowledge systems where applicable and appropriate; seek stakeholding community buy-in from the outset of the project;
have a robust external capacity development component; and produce archaeological, climatological, and environmental datasets that can be used in the creation of solutions for contemporary environmental issues in collaboration with local communities and/or policymakers.
|Global Research Collaboration Grant||Office of Global Engagement and Office of Research||Global||Grant||Environmental Sciences; Social Sciences; Engineering Sciences; Life Sciences; Humanities; Physical Sciences; Public Health||November||UGA has launched the eighth round of funding for the Global Research Collaboration Grant (GRCG) program to encourage the development of sustainable international research and service activities. Grants ranging from $4,000 to $8,000 will be awarded to support preliminary international research, partnership development, and preparation of proposals in pursuit of specific sources of external funding.
The program is funded by UGA’s Office of Research and the Office of Global Engagement, in conjunction with academic units. Proposals are due Friday, November 15, 2019.
Grantees may use the funding over the course of one year for videoconferencing, travel and other collaborative efforts, preliminary data collection, feasibility studies and proposal preparation. To be eligible, proposals must identify and commit to pursue specific sources of external funding as a result of the activities enabled by the grant.
|International Research and education Network Connections (IRNC)||National Science Foundation||Global||Grant; Cooperative Agreement||Engineering Sciences; Physical Sciences||April||The International Research and education Network Connections (IRNC) Base program supports high-performance network connectivity required by international science and engineering research and education collaborations involving the NSF research community. High-performance network connections and infrastructure funded by this program are intended to support science and engineering research and education applications, and preference will be given to solutions that provide the best economy of scale and demonstrate the ability to support the largest communities of interest with the broadest services. Funded projects will assist the U.S. research and education community by enabling state-of-the-art international network services and access to increased collaboration and data services. NSF expects to make 3 to 10 awards in production R&E network infrastructure; 1 to 3 awards in international test beds; and 1 award in Engagement.