Posts tagged with “Grant Opportunities” (All posts)

  • The U.S. Department of Education’s Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad (GPA) Program is designed to promote, improve, and develop modern foreign language training and area studies programs in U.S. education. The program provides opportunities for faculty, teachers, and students to conduct individual or group projects overseas. Projects designed by the applicant may be short-term seminars, curriculum development, group research or study, or long-term advanced intensive language programs. Projects must focus on one or more of the following areas: Africa, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific, the Western Hemisphere (Central and South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean), East Central Europe and Eurasia, and the Near East. Projects focused on Canada or Western Europe will not be funded.

    Short-term projects may be up to 18 months in duration and will receive $50,000 – $180,000 in funding. Long-term projects may be up to 24 months in duration and will receive $50,000 – $300,000 in funding.

    Applications are due by Monday, March 27, 2023.

  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation invites concepts for research and/or curricular projects focused on any of the following areas:

    • Civic Engagement and Voting Rights
    • Race and Racialization in the United States
    • Social Justice and the Literary Imagination

  • The Associated Colleges of the Midwest is now accepting pre-proposals for grants from the Faculty Career Enhancement (FaCE) program, which provides funding for collaborative curricular projects. Pre-proposals are due by midnight on Friday, October 29.

    The Grants Office can assist prospective applicants with pre-proposals, from thinking about projects and sharing sample pre-proposals to developing application materials and submitting the pre-proposal.

  • Applications for grants to support habitat restoration, ecological and social research, and educational projects in the Nerstrand-Dennison area are invited by the Engeseth-Rinde Fund Advisory Committee for the Northfield SHARES Foundation. Proposals may be presented by government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and other similar organizations. Grants usually range from $500 to $15,000. Grant applications should be submitted by Monday, November 1, 2021. More information about the application process can be found on the website for Friends of Prairie Creek.

  • The NEH Humanities Connections program invites applications for innovative curricular projects that seek to expand the role of the humanities in undergraduate education by fostering partnerships among humanities faculty and their counterparts in other disciplines. Projects must purposefully and substantively integrate subject matter, perspectives, and pedagogical approaches, with at least one discipline in and one outside of the humanities.

    The Humanities Connections program provides up to $35,000 for 12-month planning grants and up to $150,000 for 18-36-month implementation grants. Projects may begin as early as June 1, 2022, but no later than September 1, 2022. Applications are due Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

  • NEH’s Humanities Initiatives grant program seeks to strengthen the teaching and study of the humanities at colleges and universities through the development of new humanities programs, resources, or courses, or through the enhancement of existing ones. Projects may be one to three years in length and must be organized around a core topic or set of themes drawn from areas of study in the humanities, such as history, philosophy, religion, literature, and composition and writing skills. Projects may start as early as February 1, 2022, and no later than September 1, 2022. Applications are due Thursday, May 20, 2021.

  • The National Science Foundation’s Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) program is a foundation-wide effort to accelerate improvements in the quality and effectiveness of undergraduate education in all STEM fields. Undergraduate STEM education is critical for preparing both a diverse STEM workforce and a STEM-literate public that is ready to support and benefit from the progress of science. In pursuit of improving the quality and effectiveness of STEM education, IUSE supports projects that seek to bring recent advances in STEM knowledge into undergraduate education, that adapt, improve, and incorporate evidence-based practices into STEM teaching and learning, and that lay the groundwork for institutional improvement in STEM education. IUSE investments enable NSF to lead national progress toward a diverse and innovative workforce and a STEM-literate public. Applications are due February 2, 2021. For more information, or if you’re interested in applying, contact Christopher Tassava (

  • The National Science Foundation’s new Mid-Career Advancement (MCA) grant offers an opportunity for scientists and engineers at the Associate Professor rank (or equivalent) to substantively enhance and advance their research program through synergistic and mutually beneficial partnerships, typically at an institution other than their home institution. Projects that envision new insights on existing problems or identify new but related problems previously inaccessible without new methodology or expertise from other fields are encouraged. Open to the following directorates: Biology, Geology, Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences, and Education and Human Resources (NOT open to Math, Physical Sciences, or Computer Sciences). Applications are due February 1, 2021. For more information, or if you’re interested in applying, contact Charlotte Whited.

  • The National Endowment for the Humanities is now accepting applications to its tuition-free Summer Seminar and Institutes programs. Stipends of $1,300 to $3,450 help cover expenses for these one- to four-week programs. Most of the Seminars and Institutes for higher education faculty will be offered online during summer 2021. Applications are due to the individual programs by March 1, 2021.

  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipends support individuals pursuing advanced research of value to scholars and general audiences in the humanities. Recipients of the $6,000 grants spend two months of full-time work producing articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, or other scholarly tools. Summer Stipends support projects at any stage of development; projects can begin as early as May 1, 2021.

    Since the College can only nominate two tenure-track or tenured faculty for Summer Stipends, all such faculty must submit applications to the College’s internal selection process by Friday, August 28, 2020. The College’s two nominees will be notified by Friday, September 11.

    Non-tenure track faculty can submit applications outside of this process.


    • College: Friday, August 28, 2020 (for tenure-track or tenured applicants)
    • NEH: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 (for the tenure-track or tenured faculty nominees and for any non-tenure-track applicants)

    Please contact Charlotte Whited at x5833 or cwhited for more information.

    NEH Summer Stipend program webpage


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