The Russell Sage Foundation’s Visiting Scholar Program in the social sciences is accepting applications through June 25. A reminder that the OVCRGE’s Grant Writing Boot Camp for social scientists has a June 1 application deadline. In research-related news, UW-Madison has new fringe benefit rates for FY21. And NIH has released its annual summary of funding and award metrics for FY19.
Funding opportunities this week include Spencer Foundation COVID-19 impacts on educational inequality, due May 18; and Social Science Research Council small grants for COVID-19 research, due June 1. NIH funding opportunities include those for biopsychosocial research; Native American health; and maternal health racial disparities. NSF Developmental Sciences (DS) program’s annual funding cycle has a deadline of July 15. Campus is offering a Grant-Writing Boot Camp for social scientists, apply by June 1. RSP has a new webpage addressing furlough impacts on sponsored programs.
The Center for Financial Security is interested in funding research on the impacts of COVID-19 on Social Security programs. The Craft Futures Fund invites proposals for creative craft projects related to COVID-19, due May 12. The SMPH at UW-Madison is overseeing an internal competition for the Hartwell Foundation Individual Biomedical Research Awards, due May 28. NIH standard grant application deadlines are approaching for parent R01 (June 5) and R03 and R21 (June 16) grant applications. NSF Social Psychology and Sociology programs have upcoming deadlines in July and August. NIGMS at the NIH is offering webinars on a variety of topics of interest to graduate students, post-docs and faculty researchers. RSP has released comprehensive FAQs about international research collaborations and what must be reported in grant applications and progress reports.
Updates under COVID-19 health and safety measures. News and updates on SoHE internal research funding awards for faculty: Fall 2020 Course Release Incentive Funds and Research Centers Discretionary Research funding.
See new resources for impacts on research due to COVID-19. Applications for mentored scholars are invited by the NIH program in SMPH, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’ Health. The Russell Sage Foundation invites applications to its visiting scholars program. USDA-NIFA has released its call inviting pre- and post-doctoral fellowship applications, including food-related research projects. News items out of NIH include an upcoming NIH-wide strategic plan feedback webinar and updates to NIH’s Continuous Submission Policy.
RWJF Interdisciplinary Research Leaders invites applicants for its leadership program in community health interventions. The Fahs-Beck Fund supports research projects on topics related to social, psychological, behavioral and public health. UW-Madison is holding a limited competition for the John E. Sayer Seminars on the Comparative Study of Cultures. NEH Fellowships are due April 8. And more…
Last call for SoHE Course Release Research Incentive Funding, applications are due March 1. Mark your calendars for three upcoming research-related events/workshops: March 4, ED/SBS IRB workshop on international research; March 4, WiscCores Showcase at Union South; and April 7, Grants: Tools for Finding Funding, a grant-seeking workshop for faculty, staff, and students.
The Terra Foundation for American Art invites LOI for its Academic Workshop and Symposium Grant program. Russell Sage Foundation is accepting applications to its Small Grants program. Save the date! Grant-seeking workshop will be held at SoHE on Tuesday April 7, 2020.
4W Engagement Grants for graduate students and Innovation Grants for faculty & staff are due March 2nd. News out of NIH: Notices of Special Interest (NOSI) are a new way for NIH to announce funding for specific scientific topics of interest.
The Spitze Land Grant Faculty Award for Excellence invites nominations for faculty who exemplify the Land Grant philosophy through sustained research, teaching, and outreach. The UW Global Health Institute Planetary Health Scholars program supports graduate students and their advisors in fields of planetary and human health. The Wisconsin Partnership Program invites LOIs for its 2020 Community Impact Grant Program. The UW Center for the Humanities invites multidisciplinary workshop proposals from teams across campus.