At the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, we encourage researchers to apply for funding, participate in workshops, and engage in the research process at every stage.
This is not a complete list of opportunities. For more comprehensive funding opportunity searches visit grants.gov (for government funding agencies), or GrantForward (database available through the library's Funding & Grants: Information Resources page). And the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) maintains a comprehensive list of funding opportunity databases available to Brandeis faculty and staff, and a calendar of recurring foundation RFPs in all fields.
For Faculty & Staff
March 30, 2019
The Mortimer B. Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program continues to strengthen leaders in STEM fields in Israel and the US. The deadline for applications for Zuckerman STEM Leadership Postdoctoral Fellowships at Bar-Ilan University, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Hebrew University, and Tel Aviv University has been extended to March 30, 2019.
Two Brandeis PhD's have won Zuckerman STEM Leadership postdocs:
Dr. Nick Wadleigh (PhD '17 - Dmitry Kleinbock, advisor; Technion - Math)
Dr. Mathew Cordes (PhD '16 - Ruth Charney, advisor; Technion - Math)
Zuckerman postdoctoral scholars at Israeli universities will now receive a scholarship of $52,000 per academic year, for up to two years, instead of the current $50,000.
Of this amount, $44,000 is for living expenses and $8,000 is for research and travel expenses.
March 28, 2019
Brandeis University's World of Work (WOW) fellowship supports undergraduate students who pursue unpaid summer internships. The competitive program aims to reduce financial obstacles that might preclude students from following their interests, exploring career fields, gaining new skills, and experiencing the World of Work.
Find more research opportunities for undergraduates at Academic Services.