For Faculty & Staff
June 11, 2018
The Vilcek Foundation will award three prizes of $50,000 each to young (born on or after Jan. 1, 1980), foreign-born biomedical scientists who demonstrate outstanding early achievement. Eligible work may be in basic, applied and/or translational biomedical science. The individuals chosen will have demonstrated exceptional independence and creativity by their 38th birthday. In addition, the applicants will also be judged on their ability to communicate the significance of their research to a scientifically literate audience.
July 5, 2018
The Foundation supports research that informs policy affecting the welfare of children and young people, with grant making currently focused on reducing inequality and promoting the use of research in policymaking. The Scholars Program is a career development program that gives young researchers $350,000 over a five-year period.
July 6, 2018
The Runyon-Rachleff Innovation Award is designed to provide support for early career faculty with “high-risk/high-reward” ideas that have the potential to significantly impact our understanding of and/or approaches to the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of cancer. The award provides $300,000 over two years.
July 6, 2018PROGRAM: AHA/Allen Initiative in Brain Health and Cognitive Impairment
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this research initiative is to support large-scale, integrated research that will identify novel, early, actionable, biological / mechanistic contributors to age-related cognitive impairment. The funders hope to discover and fund highly-promising teams of investigators who will expand the frontiers of bioscience, pursuing creative, transformative ideas with the potential to move brain health and cognitive impairment science forward.
FUNDING INFORMATION: Applicants should propose a scope of research that could be completed at a minimum level of $15M+ over 8 years. Selection Committee will determine finalists and provide budget guidance for invited second stage submissions.
ELIGIBILITY: Applicants are expected to assemble an integrative team that will leverage diverse skills and perspectives to address novel, early, actionable, biological / mechanistic contributors to age-related cognitive impairment.
July 15, 2018
The Open Society Foundation supports individuals seeking innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges. This year, applicants to the Open Society Fellowship are invited to address the proposition: "New and radical forms of ownership, governance, entrepreneurship, and financialization are needed to fight pervasive economic inequality." Applicants are invited to dispute, substantiate, or otherwise engage with the proposition in their submissions. Open Society fellows produce work outputs of their own choosing, such as a book, journalistic or academic articles, art projects, a series of convenings, etc. The fellowship provides between $80,000-$100,000 for one year.
The Provost's Undergraduate Research Fund supports research projects for students during the summer or for an academic semester; it also provides funding to students who are presenting their work at conferences. ALL disciplines are welcome, including all areas of the creative arts and the humanities.
Find more research opportunities for undergraduates at Academic Services.
The U.S.-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF) promotes scientific relations between the U.S. and Israel by supporting collaborative research projects in a wide area of basic and applied scientific fields, for peaceful and non-profit purposes. Funding for research derives from the annual interest on an endowment contributed in equal parts by the two countries. Explore the BSF website to find out more about upcoming deadlines for opportunities for support in Earth Sciences, Basic Plasma Sciences and Engineering, Materials, Ceramics, Condensed Matter and Materials Theory, Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, and more. View the list of programs supported with specific Calls for Proposals.
November 1, 2018
The Rome Prize supports innovative and cross-disciplinary work in the arts and humanities. Rome Prize Fellowships include a stipend, room and board, and an individual work space at AAR’s eleven-acre campus in Rome.
Fellowships are awarded in the following disciplines:
Design (includes graphic, industrial, interior, exhibition, set, costume, and fashion design, urban design, city planning, engineering, and other design fields)
Historic Preservation and Conservation
Landscape Architecture (includes environmental design and planning, landscape/ecological urbanism, landscape history, sustainability and ecological studies, and geography)
Literature (includes fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry)
Modern Italian Studies
Renaissance and Early Modern Studies
Visual Arts (includes painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, film/video, installation, new media, digital arts, and other visual arts fields)