Sponsored Programs Administration & Accounting

  Updates

External
Funding Advisor

April 2007
(FY07)

  Undergraduate Research
  Funding Resources & Announcements
  Selected Funding Opportunities
  Deadline Links
  Office Directory
   

Updates - "FY 2007 Broad Agency Announcement Request for Extramural Research, Innovative Projects, and Sponsorships "
  DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admistration (NOAA)
NOAA announces the availability of Federal assistance under the Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) for fiscal year 2007. The purpose of this notice is to request proposals for special projects and programs associated with the Agency’s strategic plan and mission goals, as described in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section, and to provide the general public with information and guidelines on how NOAA will select proposals and administer discretionary Federal assistance under this BAA. NOAA issued approximately $1 billion in Federal assistance funds in fiscal year 2006. Approximately 81 percent was for
discretionary funding and 19 percent non-discretionary. This BAA is a mechanism to encourage research, technical projects, or sponsorships (e.g., conferences, newsletters, etc.) that are not normally funded through our competitive discretionary programs.

Undergraduate Research 2007
  CAA 2007 (official website: http://www.colonialacademicalliance.org/)
CONGRATULATIONS to the students selected to represent James Madison University at the 5th annual Colonial Academic Alliance (CAA) Undergraduate Research Conference to be held at the University of North Carolina Wilmington in Wilmington, North Carolina on April 20-21, 2007.
Ania Austin (Chemistry) Kristen Klein (Psychology)
Evan Baltazar & Brandon Taube (Psychology) Mallory Lopata (History)
Nicholas Brown (Geographic Science) Matthew Ross (Chemistry)
Amy Durgin (Psychology) Karolina Roszak (Chemistry)
Philip Janney (Chemistry) Karolina Pachowicz (ISAT)
The Undergraduate Research Selection Committee of JMU wishes to express its sincere appreciation to all the students who submitted applications for CAA 2007. The registration process is complete and arrangements are now being made to finalize planning the trip.
NCUR 2007 (official website: http://www.ncur.org/)
Thirteen students representing a cross-section of disciplines at JMU will attend the 21st National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) from April 11-14 at Dominican University of California.   NCUR’s mission is to promote undergraduate research scholarship and creative activity done in partnership with faculty or other mentors as a vital component of higher education. The annual national interdisciplinary conference provides a unique forum for celebration and promotion of research achievements and allows undergraduate students to present their faculty-mentored research projects before peers and experts in their field of study.  The students, accompanied by faculty members, Dr. Judith Flohr of the Department of Kinesiology, and Dr. Steven Whisnant of the Department of Physics, will present their findings at the conference this year.

(Questions: contact 568-6872) http://www.jmu.edu/sponsprog/UndergradResearch.htm


Funding Resources & Announcements - "HOT" LINKS
  Please visit the "funding sources" link at the following website for resource listings and searchable databases.
http://www.jmu.edu/sponsprog/fsources.html
  Illinois Researcher Information Service (IRIS) - Database and Related Services
  Search the IRIS Database for funding opportunities in every field from agriculture to zoology, or view upcoming deadlines in 25 subject areas.
  The IRIS Expertise Service enables faculty members and researchers at institutions that subscribe to IRIS to create detailed electronic CVs and post them to the Web for viewing by colleagues at other institutions, programs officers at federal and private funding agencies, and private companies.
Community of Science (COS)
 

COS, a division of CSA, provides services that enable faculty to find funding, promote their work, identify experts, manage resources, and collaborate with colleagues.

 
  • COS Funding Opportunities is an up-to-date database of announcements for grants, fellowships, awards, etc.
  • COS Workbench is an easy-to-use Web workspace for Expertise profile holders, with many features to help you promote your work and manage your resume/CV.
Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Division of Disease & Prevention (DDP)
Submission deadline: April 25, 2007 @ 3:00pm
 
Center for Theology & the Natural Sciences (CTNS) - Submission deadline: May 1, 2007
 
National Institute of Health (NIH) - Summer Research Institute - Submission deadline: May 7, 2007
 
Virginia Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) - Submission deadline: May 15, 2007 by 5pm
 
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Selected Funding Opportunities
FUNDING OPPORTUNITY Links
  Actuarial Foundation

Advancing Student Achievement

American Nurses Foundation (ANF)

Nursing Research Grants Program

American Psychological Association (APA)

Scientific Conferences

Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation

Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences

Charles A. & Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation

Lindbergh Grants Program

Corning Incorporated Foundation

Community Service Programs

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Computational Toxicology Centers

Hagley Museum and Library

Short-Term Grants-In-Aid

Health and Human Services Department (HHS)
Community-Based Abstinence Education
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Adolescent and Child Mental Health
The Mockingbird Foundation

Music Education for Children

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2007

National Archives and Records Administation (NARA)
Archives: Processing and Basic Projects
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)

Challenge America: Reaching Every Community Fast Track Review Grants
Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth

National Institute of Health (NIH)
Behavioral Scientist: New Innovator Award
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD): Health Behavior in School-Age Children
National Library of Medicine (NLM): Scholarly work, biomedicine, health
National Science Foundation (NSF)

Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SCISIP)
Broadening Participation in Computing

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Foundation Programs

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
National Earthquake Hazards Reduction
United Engineering Foundation
Grants
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
Conferences and Workshops
International Collaborative Research Grants
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FEDERAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Actuarial Foundation
 

Advancing Student Achievement

  • Advancing Student Achievement is a program sponsored by the Actuarial Foundation. The foundation seeks to develop a network of mathematics mentors in the public and private school systems through innovative math enhancement programs for students. Programs may occur during class times, as supplemental programs, as math clubs, math camps, etc.
  • Funding: The foundation has awarded grants between $700 and $40,000.
  • Web: http://www.actuarialfoundation.org/grant/grant.html
  • Deadline: Ongoing
American Nurses Foundation
 

Nursing Research Grants Program

  • The purpose of the American Nurses Foundation (ANF) Nursing Research Grants Program is to encourage the research career development of all nurses. To effectively acheive this goal, the program supports research of beginning and experienced nurse researchers.
  • Eligibility: The principal investigator must be a licensed registered nurse who has obtained at least one degree, either a bachalorette degree or higher, in nursing.
  • Funding: Grants range from $3,000 to $25,000.
  • Web: http://www.nursingworld.org/anf/nrggrant.htm
  • Deadline: May 15, 2007
American Psychological Association
 

Scientific Conferences

  • The Science Directorate of the American Psychological Association (APA) is seeking proposals for research conferences in psychology. The purpose of this program is to promote the exchange of important new contributions and approaches in scientific psychology.
  • Eligibility: One of the primary organizers must be a member of APA. Only academic institutions accredited by a regional body may apply. Independent research institutions must provide evidence of affiliation with such an accredited institution. Joint proposals from cooperating institutions are encouraged. Conferences may be held only in the United States, its possessions, or Canada. The conference must also be supported by the host institution with direct funds, in-kind support, or a combination of the two.
  • Funding: Ranging from $500 to $20,000
  • Web: http://www.apa.org/science/confer2.html
  • Deadline: June 1, 2007
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation
 

Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences

  • The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences offers support to eligible institutions for projects that propose to advance the science of chemistry in innovative ways. Proposals are invited in any area consistent with the Foundation's broad objective of advancing the chemical sciences. For projects that require sustaining support, note that the Special Grant Program is intended to seed the initial phases, with the expectation that grant recipients will find continuing funding from other sources.
  • Eligibility: Institutions in the States, Districts, and Territories of the United States of America that have a focus in the chemical sciences are eligible and may submit a preliminary inquiry to the Special grant Program in the Chemical Sciences. Institutions include schools, colleges, and universites, as well as other not-for-profit organizations, such as museums and libraries. Awards are not made directly to individuals.
  • Web: http://www.dreyfus.org/sg.shtml
  • Deadline: June 7, 2007 for preliminary proposal and November 15, 2007 for full proposal

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Charles A. And Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation
 

Lindbergh Grants Program

  • Each year, The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation provides grants to men and women whose individual initiative and work in a wide spectrum of disciplines furthers the Lindberghs' vision of a balance between the advance of technology and the preservation of the natural/human enviroment. Lindbergh Grants are made in the following categories: agriculture; aviation/aerospace; conservation of natural resources - including animals, plants, water, and general conservation; education; exploration; health; and waste minimization and management.
  • Funding: Up to $10,580
  • Web: http://www.lindberghfoundation.org/grants/
  • Deadline: June 14, 2007
Corning Incorporated Foundation
  Community Service Programs
  • The philanthropic arm for Corning, a technology company, awards grants to public K-12 school districts, community colleges and four-year institutions of higher learning in the areas of community service programs for students, curriculum enrichment, student scholarships, facility improvement and instructional technology projects for the classroom.
  • Funding: The foundation annually fulfills about 175 grants, totaling $3 million. In 2005, the average grant was between $68 and $209,000.
  • Web: http://corning.com/inside_corning/our_commitment/community_request.aspx
  • Deadline: Ongoing
Environmental Protection Agency
  Computational Toxicology Centers: Development of Predictive Environmental and Biomedical Computer-based Simulations and Models
  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is seeking applications proposing to develop in silico modeling applications of biological systems in areas as diverse as receptor-ligand interactions in cell signaling, simulated organ dysfunction (e.g., heart, liver, kidney), and systemic response to environmental oxicants and pollutants. The STAR program is issuing this request for applications (RFA) for research that will seek to apply high-performance computing technologies and theoretical mathematical techniques to facilitate the development of a predictive capacity for estimating outcomes or risk associated with particular toxicity processes as a result of environmental exposure to pollutants and toxicants. Through the support of the computational toxicology initiative, EPA will fund research that addresses data gaps in environmental and human health risk assessment and will strengthen the ability of predictive scientific data to guide sound future scientific policy, decisions, and research.
  • Eligibility: Public nonprofit institutions/organizations (includes public institutions of higher education and hospitals) and private nonprofit institutions/organizations (includes private institutions of higher education and hospitals) located in the U.S., state and local governments, Federally Recognized Indian Tribal Governments, and U.S. territories or possessions are eligible to apply.
  • Funding: $6.8 million for approximately 2 awards. The potential funding per award will be up to a total of $3.4 million, including direct and indirect costs, with a maximum duration of 4years. Cost-sharing is not required.
  • Web: http://es.epa.gov/ncer/rfa/2007/2007_comp_tox.html
  • Deadline: JUN 1, concept papers; AUG 1, invited formal proposals
Hagley Museum and Library
  Short-Term Grants-In-Aid
  • Short-term grants-in-aid support visits to Hagley for scholarly research in the imprint, manuscript, pictorial, and artifact collections. They are designed to assist researchers with travel and living expenses while using the research collections.
  • Eligibility: These grants are to support serious scholarly work. They are available to both degree candidates and senior scholars and writers working independently as well as college and university teachers, librarians, archivists, museum curators, and scholars from fields other than humanities. Scholars are expected to participate in seminars which meet periodically, as well as attend noontime colloquia, lectures, and other public programs offered during their tenure. Low cost housing may be available on the museum grounds.
  • Funding: Stipends are for a minimum of two weeks, maximum of two months at no more than $1,600 per month.
  • Web: http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/grants.html
  • Deadline: June 30, 2007

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Health and Human Services Department
  Community-based abstinence education
  • The Health and Human Services Department seeks applications to educate young people and create an environment within communities that supports teen decisions to postpone sex until marriage.
  • Eligibility: State, local, or tribal governments; nonprofits, including faith-based and community groups; higher education instititutions; and for-profits.
  • Funding: $30 million for 50 to 60 awards from $250,000 and $600,000 a year each for five years
  • Web: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/HHS-2007-ACF-ACYF-AE-0099.html
  • Deadline: April 23, 2007
Health Resources and Services Administration
  Adolescent and child mental heatlh
  • The Health Resources and Services Administration seeks grant applications to improve the ability of states to comprehensively and effectively address the mental health and psychosocial issues of all school-aged children and adolescents.
  • Eligibility: Any public or private entity.
  • Funding: $340,000 for four awards averaging $85,000 each per year for two years.
  • Web: http://grants.hrsa.gov/webExternal/SFO.asp?ID=BF5BCBC4-180B-4841-94BF-4C809AC30E4B
  • Deadline: May 1, 2007
The Mockingbird Foundation
  Music Education for Children
  • The Mockingbird Foundation is a nonprofit organization of fans of the band Phish that offeres competitive grants in the area of music education for children. Programs should encourage and foster creative expression in any musical form, including diverse or unusual musical styles, genres or philosophies.
  • Funding: $50 to $5,000 (one-time basis)
  • Web: http://www.mockingbirdfoundation.org/funding/guidelines.html
  • Deadline:Remaining deadline for letters of intent is August 1, 2007.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2007
  • This National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Research Announcement (NRA), entitled Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) – 2007, solicits basic and applied research in support of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD). This NRA covers all aspects of basic and applied supporting research and technology in space and Earth sciences.
  • Funding: Awards range from under $100K per year for focused, limited efforts (e.g., data analysis) to more than $1M per year for extensive activities (e.g., development of science
    experiment hardware), depending on specified program.
  • Web: http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/viewrepositorydocument/77809/Summary_of_Solicitation.pdf
  • Deadline:Proposal due dates are given in Tables 2 and 3 of this NRA. Interested proposers should monitor http://nspires.nasaprs.com or subscribe to the SMD electronic notification system for additional new programs or amendments to this NRA through February 2008, at which time release of a subsequent ROSES NRA is planned.
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
  Archives: processing and basic projects
  • The National Archives and Records Administration seeks grant applications for two opportunities: the detailed processiong and preservation of collections of national significance; and the basic backlog processiong, cataloging, preservation, and/or collections development of "hidden collections" found in various repositories.
  • Funding: $900,000 for up to 20 grants and $400,000 for up to four grants; up to $200,000 each for one to three years .
  • Web: http://www.archives.gov/nhprc/announcement/detailed.html
  • Deadline: October 1, 2007.
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)
  Challenge America: Reaching Every Community Fast Track Review Grants
  • The Challenge America: Reaching Every Community Fast-Track Review Grants category offers support primarily to small and mid-sized organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations -- those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability. Age alone (e.g., youth, seniors) does not qualify a group as underserved; at least one of the underserved characteristics noted here also must be present. This category, as an essential component of the Arts Endowment’s goal of providing wide access to artistic excellence, supports local projects that can have significant effects within communities.
  • Eligibility: Grants are available for professional arts programming and for projects that emphasize the potential of the arts in community development. Partnerships can be valuable to success of these projects. While not required, applicants are encouraged to consider partnerships among organizations, both in and outside of the arts, as appropriate to their project.
  • Funding: Grants are $10,000 each.
  • Web: http://www.nea.gov/grants/apply/GAP08/Challenge.html
  • Deadline: June 1, 2007
  Learning in the Arts for Children and Youth
  • The Learning in the Arts category offers funding for projects that help children and youth acquire knowledge and understanding of skills in the arts. Projects must provide participatory learning and engage students with skilled artists, teachers, and excellent art. All projects submitted to the Learning in the Arts category must include study, experience, performance, and assessment. Students will be assessed according to national or state arts education standards. Where appropriate, projects will emply multiple forms of assessment including pre- and post-testing.
  • Eligibility: Nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3), U.S. organizations; units of state or local government; or federally recognized tribal communities or tribles may apply. Applicants may be arts organizations, local arts agencies, arts service organizations, local education agencies (school districts), and other ogranizations that can help advance the goals of the Arts Endowment
  • Funding: Grant requests may be from $5,000 to $150,000; Most grant awards will range from $10,000 to $100,000. All grants require a nonfederal match of at least 1 to 1.
  • Web: http://www.nea.gov/grants/apply/GAP08/LITA.html
  • Deadline: June 11, 2007
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National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  Behaviorial Scientist: New Innovator Award
  • The NIH announced a promised new grant mechanism specifically designed to foster the research careers of promising young bomedical and behavioral scientist.
  • Eligibility: Young researchers who have not yet won an NIH research project grant or similar peer reviewed reasearch grant. Applicants must hold an independed research position and must have received a doctorate or completed a medical internship and residency in 1997 or later.
  • Funding: up to $1.5 million over five years
  • Web: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RM-07-009.html
  • Deadline: Competition will open April 25, with applications due May 22, 2007
Nation Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD): Health Behavior in School-Age Children
  • The National Institute of Child Heatlh and Human Development seeks contractors for two large-scale nationally representative school-based surveys on adolescent health behavior: a cross-sectional sample of 6th to 10th graders and options for a four-year longitudinal suvey of independent national probability samples of 11-year-old and 15-year-old students.
  • Eligibility: Any responsible offeror may submit a proposal that will be considered by the Government.
  • Funding: The purpose of this announcement is to inform interested organizations of a planned Request for Proposals (RFP).  This announcement is NOT an RFP.  It is anticipated that     one award of a cost reimbursement, 5 to 6 years incrementally funded completion type contract will be awarded, beginning approximately on September 30, 2007.
  • Web: http://www.fedbizopps.gov (select "Find Business Opportunities" - http://vsearch1.fbo.gov/servlet/SearchServlet), scroll to "Search by Solicitation/Award Number" and enter SOL # RFP-NIH-NICHD-DESPR-2007-12; then click "start search".
  • Deadline: May 1, 2007
National Library of Medicine (NLM): Scholarly work, biomedicine, health
  • The National Institutes of Health's National Library of Medicine seeks grant applications for the preparation of book-length manuscripts and other scholarly works of value to U.S. health professionals, public health officials, biomedical researchers, and historians of health sciences.
  • Eligibility: Institutions of higher educational nonprofits; units of federal, state, tribal, and foreign governments; faith/community-based organizational and unaffiliated individuals
  • Funding: $1.4 million for nine to 12 awards up to $50,000 each per year for up to three years
  • Web: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-07-237.html
  • Deadline: May 25, 2007

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National Science Foundation (NSF)
  Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SCISIP)
  • The Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (SBE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF) aims to foster the development of the knowledge, theories, data, tools, and human capital needed to cultivate a new Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP). SciSIP’s goals are to understand the contexts, structures and processes of S&E research, to evaluate reliably the tangible and intangible returns from investments in research and development (R&D), and to predict the likely returns from future R&D investments within tolerable margins of error and with attention to the full spectrum of potential consequences. Specifically, the research and community development components of SciSIP’s activities will: (1) develop usable knowledge and theories of creative processes and their transformation into social and economic outcomes; (2) develop, improve and expand models and analytical tools that can be applied in the science policy decision making process; and (3) develop a community of experts across academic institutions focused on SciSIP. The FY 2007 competition includes two emphasis areas: Analytical Tools and Model Building.
  • Eligibility: Young researchers who have not yet won an NIH research project grant or similar peer reviewed reasearch grant. Applicants must hold an independed research position and must have received a doctorate or completed a medical internship and residency in 1997 or later.
  • Funding: It is expected that 20-30 awards will be made, ranging from $50,000 to $400,000 each in total costs (including indirect costs) for the duration of the grant with durations up to three years.
  • Web: http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=501084 NSF-DOC: http://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf07547
  • Deadline: May 22, 2007
Broadening participation in computing
  • The National Science Foundation invites applications to increase the number of women, persons with disabilities and minorities receiving post secondary degrees in the computing disciplines.
  • Eligibility: Consortia of any organizations with at least one domestic institution of higher learning as a partner.
  • Funding: Alliances: $14 million for 15 awards: $200,000 to $750,000 per year for three years up to $2 million; Alliance extensions: $200,000 to $750,000 a year each for three years up to $2 million; and Demonstrations: $200,000 a year each for three years averaging $500,000 per award.
  • Web: http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2007/nsf07548/nsf07548.htm
  • Deadline: June 4, 2007

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Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
  Foundation Programs
  • The foundation focus area includes programs to strengthen education in science and technology, to increase interest in these fields, and to undertand and communicate to others the nature of careers in these fields.
  • Funding: grants range from $500 to $45,000
  • Web: http://sloan.org
  • Deadline: Ongoing
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
  National Earthquake Hazards Reduction
  • The USGS is inviting grant applications for research projects to provide products for earthquake loss reduction to the public and private sectors by carrying out research on earthquake occurrence and effects.
  • Funding: $7 million for 90 to 100 new grants funded up to $100,000 for one to two years.
  • Web: http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppld=12783&mode=VIEW
  • Deadline: May 16, 2007
United Engineering Foundation
  Grants
  • The United Engineering Foundation advances the engineering arts and sciences for the welfare of humanity. It supports engineering and education by, among other means, making grants. Grants should be consistent with advancing engineering. Certain UEF preferences should be understood by proposers: (a) Broad-based, interdisciplinary proposals that further the engineering profession as a whole are preferred. (b) Multiple-year proposals are welcome, but funding is awarded for a single year only. Proposals for subsequent years follow procedures identical to that of single-year proposals. No commitment for funding of subsequent years of a multiple-year project should be inferred from funding of a prior year. (c) Projects that are outside "business as usual" of the proposing organization are preferred. (d) Technical research proposals and proposals by individuals are seldom accepted.
  • Eligibility: Proposals are accepted from not-for-profit organizations, individuals, and groups of such entities.
  • Funding: It is anticipated that total funding available for 2008 will be in the $600,000 to $700,000 range
  • Web: http://www.uefoundation.org/grants.html
  • Deadline: June 1, 2007 concept papers; Aug 1, 2007, invited formal proposals
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
  Conferences and Workshops
  • In accordance with the mission of the Foundation, priority is given to events that foster the creation of an international community of research scholars in anthropology and advance significant and innovative anthropological research. CONFERENCES are defined as public events that are comprised primarily of oral and poster presentations to a larger audience of anthropologists. The majority of the funds granted to such conferences is expected to be used towards expenses for international scholars who are making presentations at the conference and would not otherwise be able to attend. WORKSHOPS are defined as working meetings that focus on developing and debating topical issues in theoretical anthropology. Workshops involve a small group of scholars who meet for a sufficient period of time to deal intensively with the topic.
  • Eligibility: Conferences: Priority is given to major conferences sponsored by large international anthropological organizations (e.g., the European Association of Social Anthropologists, European Anthropological Association, Pan African Anthropological Association, and Latin American Anthropological Association) that serve as their annual or periodic meetings. Workshops: Priority is given to those workshops that devote the majority of time to discussion and debate rather than to the presentation of papers. It is expected that workshops will result in a publication.
  • Funding: Conference and Workshop Grants are for amounts up to $15,000.
  • Web: http://www.wennergren.org/programs/programs_show.htm?doc_id=370402
  • Deadline: June1 and Dec 1, 2007
  International Collaborative Research Grants
  • The International Collaborative Research Grant (ICRG) supports international research collaborations between two or more qualified scholars, where the principal investigators bring different and complementary perspectives, knowledge, and/or skills to the project. Supplemental funds are also available to provide essential training for academic research participants in ICRG-funded projects (coapplicants, students, as well as other professional colleagues). By encouraging international collaborations, the grant contributes to the development of an international anthropology that values and incorporates different national perspectives and resources.
  • Eligibility: Principal Investigators must hold a doctorate or equivalent in anthropology or a related discipline.
  • Funding: The grants are for a maximum of $30,000 for the research project. Proposals which include the optional training element can have an increased funding request up to a maximum of $35,000, of which no more than $10,000 can be for essential training purposes. Under special circumstances grants can be renewed to support longer-term research projects.
  • Web: http://www.wennergren.org/programs/programs_show.htm?doc_id=368683
  • Deadline: June1 and Dec 1, 2007

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Deadline Links
 

The following external links are funding deadlines organized by discipline. Please select the applicable discipline to access possible funding opportunities: (courtesy of The Grant Advisor Plus)

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Office Directory
 

John Hulvey, Director of Sponsored Programs Administration and Accounting
MSC 5728, JMAC-6, Suite 26
hulveyjd@jmu.edu
x8-3725

Sponsored Programs Administration:
Pre-Award & Post-Award (Non-fiscal)

www.jmu.edu/sponsprog/
jmu_grants@jmu.edu
JMAC-6, Suite 26
MSC 5728

Phone: 568-6872; Fax: 568-6240

Sponsored Programs Accounting :
Post-Award (Grants & Contracts)

www.jmu.edu/acadaffairs/grant.shtml
JMAC-6, Suite 30
MSC 5713
Fax: 568-2397

Tamara Hatch, Associate Director
hatchtt@jmu.edu
x8-2350

Denise Cooper, Grants Specialist
IACUC Contact & Web Manager
cooperdm@jmu.edu
x8-3558

Sally Dickenson, Grants Specialist
dickensr@jmu.edu
x8-2336

Carolyn Strong, IRB Research Coordinator
IRB Contact
strongcd@jmu.edu
x8-2318

Donna Crumpton, Financial Administrator
crumptdl@jmu.edu
x8-8099

Brenda Seifried, Financial Administrator
wilburbc@jmu.edu
x8-8-2314

Kyra Shiflet, Financial Administrator
shiflekl@jmu.edu
x8-7108

 

 

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