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Research funding opportunities for this week

Interested in applying to one of the below funding opportunities? Contact Sarah Marcotte, SoHE pre-award research administrator.

Find the complete list of current funding opportunities posted to the “Research funding opps, news & info” blog.

Funding Opportunities

INTERNAL – SoHE: SoHE research leads have issued calls for research incentive funding (“seed”) proposals for 2019-20, available only to those in SoHE. Check the SoHE Research Support Search Funding Opportunities page for due dates and information about how to apply.

UW Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program (IARP): Funded by the Cluster Hire Initiative through the Office of the Provost, the IARP enables the Division of the Arts to support extended residencies for the 
benefit of all arts departments and programs of the university. This program brings innovative 
artists to campus, allows students to undertake ambitious projects, provides course credit, and
 strengthens programmatic ties among individual departments, programs, and other campus and community arts entities.
Learn more: https://go.wisc.edu/artsresidency. The deadline to apply is January 31, 2020.

Russell Sage Foundation Summer Institutes: RSF offers intensive, one-to-two-week summer institutes on various topics for doctoral students and early-career scholars. Most participant costs during the institute, including housing and most meals, are covered, and travel expenses are reimbursed up to a set cap. Participants are required to fully attend all sessions of the program and some institutes require participants to complete some assignments in advance. Institutes are available in the following areas: Behavioral Economics, Computational Social Science, and Proposal Development – due February 25, 2002. Applications to Migration Research Methods are due February 10, 2020.

Learning Opportunity / Event

From the Research at UW Newsletter: UW-Madison’s Data Science Research Bazaar is a two-day conference, where researchers and data scientists from various disciplines and industries will have opportunities to share their work, collaborate, and discuss their data science interests. With a focus not just on research and training in data science, but on fostering a collaborative data science community, the Data Science Research Bazaar is an event unlike any academic conference you have ever attended. The Data Science Research Bazaar is modeled off of the internationally occurring Research Bazaar, a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the center of modern research. The aim of these events is to equip researchers from all career stages with the digital skills and tools required to do their research better, faster and smarter. Throughout 2020, events will be held at a number of universities around the globe.

UW-Madison will host its Data Science Research Bazaar on January 24-25, 2020. Click here for more information.

Looking for more Research funding opps, news & info?  Enter “Research” in the Search SoHE field at the top of this page.