The Grant Advisor
January 2010

In This Issue


            CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE             


DUE:     APR 1  OCT 1
WRITE:   Grants Administrator
         Cancer Research Institute
         One Exchange Plaza
         55 Broadway, Suite 1802
         New York, NY 10006
PHONE:   212/688-7515
FAX:     212/832-9376

     The Irvington Institute Fellowship Program of
the Cancer Research Institute, formerly the Cancer
Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
Program, answers the need for more researchers in
the field of cancer immunology. It supports
qualified young scientists at leading universities
and research centers around the world who wish to
receive training in cancer immunology or general
immunology. A panel of 23 scientists drawn from
the Institute's Scientific Advisory Council
rigorously evaluates each candidate, the intended
sponsor and training environment, and the nature
and feasibility of the proposed project.
ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must have a doctoral
degree by the date of award activation and must
conduct their proposed research under a sponsor
who holds a formal appointment at the host
institution. Applicants with 5 or more years of
relevant postdoctoral experience are not eligible,
with the exception of M.D. applicants, who should
not include years of residency in this
calculation. Only in exceptional circumstances
will applicants who have already spent 3 or more
years in a sponsor's laboratory by the start date
of fellowship be considered for a fellowship
award. Work can be carried out in the United
States or abroad but must take place at non-profit
institutions. Only one fellow per sponsor may
apply per application round, and faculty sponsors
may not have more than three CRI-supported fellows
at any time. FUNDING: The fellowship provides
stipends of $45,000 for the first year, $47,000
for the second year and $49,000 for the third
year. In addition, an allowance of $1,500 per year
is allotted to the host institution for use at
sponsor's discretion to help pay for the fellow's
research supplies, travel to scientific meetings
or health insurance. Stipends and institutional
allowances are not permitted to cover
administrative expenses. Payments are made monthly
in U.S. currency to the host institution. 




DUE:     anytime, letters of inquiry
WRITE:   Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
         521 Fifth Avenue
         Suite 1612
         New York, NY 10175-1699
PHONE:   212/687-0011
FAX:     212/687-8877

     The Foundation intends to further the
humanities along a broad front, supporting
projects which address the concerns of the
historical studia humanitatis: a humanistic
education rooted in the great traditions of the
past; the formation of human beings according to
cultural, moral, and aesthetic ideals derived from
that past; and the ongoing debate over how these
ideals may best be conceived and realized.
Programs in the following areas are eligible:
history; archaeology; literature; languages, both
classical and modern; philosophy, ethics;
comparative religion; the history, criticism, and
theory of the arts; and those aspects of the
social sciences which share the content and
methods of humanistic disciplines. The Foundation
welcomes projects that cross the boundaries
between humanistic disciplines and explore the
connection between the humanities and other areas
of scholarship. ELIGIBILITY: The Humanities
Program is primarily directed to institutions of
higher education and humanistic enterprises such
as learned societies, museums, and major editorial
projects. The program may also consider, on a
selective basis, projects that increase the
exposure of those outside these institutions to
the humanistic experience or that strengthen
preparation for the humanistic disciplines in
secondary education. The prime criterion remains
that of Gladys and Jean Paul Delmas: a commitment
to excellence, whether proven or promised.
FUNDING: In 2008, grants were made ranging from
about $5,000 to $135,000. 


              DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE              


DUE:     FEB 25
WRITE:   Ms. Ingrid Guch
         5200 Auth Road, Room 701
         Camp Springs, MD 20746
PHONE:   301/763-8127
FAX:     301/763-8108

     The NOAA National Environmental Satellite,
Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) invites
applications for a Cooperative Institute (CI) that
will focus on satellite studies related to weather
and environmental analysis. The CI will focus on
the themes of: (1) Satellite Meteorology Research
and Applications; (2) Satellite Sensors and
Techniques; (3) Environmental Models and Data
Assimilation; and (4) Outreach and Education. The
CI will be established at a research institution
not only having an outstanding graduate degree
program in NOAA-related sciences, but also
expected to work closely with STAR's Advanced
Satellite Products Branch currently located in
Madison, WI, with seven federal employees. It is
NOAA's intent to move these employees to the new
CI as funding allows. The CI will provide
significant coordination of resources among all
non-governmental partners and will promote the
involvement of students and post-doctoral
scientists in NOAA-funded research. ELIGIBILITY:
Eligibility is limited to non-Federal public and
private non-profit universities, colleges and
research institutions that offer accredited
graduate level degree-granting programs in
NOAA-related sciences, as described in the CI
Interim Handbook located at
If the CI is comprised of multiple member
institutions, NOAA will issue only one award to
the lead institution which applied for the award
and where the CI will be established. FUNDING:
NOAA anticipates that up to approximately $12M
will be available annually for this CI. The award
period will be five years and may be renewed for
up to an additional five years based on the
outcome of a peer review in the fourth year. 


               DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY               


DUE:     JAN 5, optional intent
         FEB 1, applications
CONTACT: Dr. Howard Nicholson
         DOE Office of High Energy Physics
PHONE:   301/903-3367
FAX:     301/903-2597

     The Office of High Energy Physics of the
Office of Science (SC), U.S. Department of Energy,
hereby announces its interest in receiving grant
applications for support under its Advanced
Detector Research Program. Applications should be
from investigators who are currently involved in
experimental high energy physics, and should be
submitted through a U.S. academic institution. The
purpose of this program is to support the
development of the new detector technologies
needed to perform future high energy physics
experiments. FUNDING: It is anticipated that
approximately $600,000 will be available for new
projects in Fiscal Year 2010, subject to
availability of appropriated funds. 


             DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION              


DUE:     FEB 16
WRITE:   David De Soto
         U.S. Department of Education
         Office of Migrant Education
         400 Maryland Ave. SW   Room 3E344
         Washington, DC 20202-6135
FED-REG: 12/15/09
PHONE:   202/260-8103

     The purpose of the College Assistance Migrant
Program (CAMP) is to provide the academic and
financial support necessary to help migrant and
seasonal farmworkers and their children
successfully complete their first year of college.
ELIGIBILITY: Institutions of higher education
(IHEs) or private non-profit organizations
(including faith-based organizations) that plan
their projects in cooperation with an IHE and
propose to operate some aspects of the project
with the facilities of the IHE. FUNDING: $4
million for about 10 awards, each ranging from
$180,000-$425,000. The project period is up to 60


             DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION              


DUE:     FEB 16
WRITE:   David De Soto
         U.S. Department of Education
         Office of Migrant Education
         400 Maryland Avenue SW   Room 3E344
         Washington, DC 20202-6135
FED-REG: 12/15/09
PHONE:   202/260-8103

     The purpose of the High School Equivalency
Program (HEP) is to help migrant and seasonal
farmworkers and members of their immediate family
obtain a general education diploma (GED) that
meets the guidelines for high school equivalency
established by the State in which the HEP project
is conducted, and to gain employment or be placed
in an institution of higher education (IHE) or
other postsecondary education or training.
ELIGIBILITY: IHEs or private non-profit
organizations (including faith-based
organizations) that plan their projects in
cooperation with an IHE and propose to operate
some aspects of the project with the facilities of
the IHE. FUNDING: $6.1 million for about 13 awards
ranging from $180,000-$475,000. Project period is
up to 60 months. 




DUE:     MAR 5
WRITE:   Public Policy Fellowship
         The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation
         1133 19th Street NW, 12th Floor
         Washington, DC 20036-3604
PHONE:   202/393-1250
FAX:     202/824-0351

     The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation is
seeking exemplary professionals and/or family
members of persons with intellectual or
developmental disabilities who are currently
working or volunteering in the field of inclusive
services and supports for people with intellectual
and developmental disabilities for an intensive
one-year Public Policy Fellowship in Washington,
D.C. The purpose of the Fellowship is to prepare
both early career and veteran leaders to assume
leadership in the public policy arena in their
home state and/or nationally. During this one year
Fellowship, the successful applicant will learn
how federal legislation is initiated, developed,
and passed by the Congress, as well as how
programs are administered and regulations
promulgated by federal agencies. Each year the
Foundation brings talented and accomplished
professionals and family members (many of whom are
both professionals and family members) to
Washington, D.C. for a full year where they
actively participate in public policy development
in the offices of Members of Congress,
congressional committees, or federal agencies.
Former Public Policy Fellows describe the
Fellowship as a major turning point in their
professional and personal lives; the experience is
a unique chance to understand the intersection of
public policy, disability advocacy, and the
political process. ELIGIBILITY: The Foundation
seeks applicants with outstanding experience in:
1. State or national level advocacy for persons
with intellectual and developmental disabilities
and their families; 2. Health care, mental health
care, vocational rehabilitation, education, child
care, child welfare, law, employment, community
organizing, housing or development of inclusive
community supports and services for people with
intellectual and developmental disabilities; 4.
Development of training programs for people with
disabilities, families and communities; and 5. The
development or improvements of family support
services, programs focused on increasing
individual's control of resources and decisions
impacting their lives, technology in support of
people with intellectual and developmental
disabilities and any other area of focus important
to these Americans. 


            SAMUEL H. KRESS FOUNDATION            


DUE:     APR 15  OCT 15  JAN 15
WRITE:   Grant Programs
         Samuel H. Kress Foundation
         174 E. 80th Street
         New York, NY 10021
PHONE:   212/861-4993
FAX:     212/628-3146

     The History of Art grant program supports
scholarly projects that will enhance the
appreciation and understanding of European art and
architecture. Grants are awarded to projects that
create and disseminate specialized knowledge,
including archival projects, development and
dissemination of scholarly databases,
documentation projects, museum exhibitions and
publications, photographic campaigns, scholarly
catalogues and publications, and technical and
scientific studies. Grants are also awarded for
activities that permit art historians to share
their expertise through international exchanges,
professional meetings, conferences, symposia,
consultations, the presentation of research, and
other professional events. ELIGIBILITY: Grants are
awarded to non-profit institutions with 501(c)3
status based in the United States, including
supporting foundations of European institutions.
FUNDING: In 2008, 10 awards were made, ranging
from $8,400 to $100,000. 




DUE:     APR 15  OCT 15
WRITE:   The Lilly Library
         Indiana University
         1200 E. Seventh Street
         Bloomington, IN 47405
PHONE:   812/855-2452
FAX:     812/855-3143

     The Lilly Library invites applications for
visiting fellowships for research in residence in
its collections. The Lilly Library is the
principal rare book and manuscript library of
Indiana University. Its holdings support research
in British, French, and American literature and
history; the literature of voyages and
exploration, specifically the European expansion
in the Americas; early printing, and the Church,
children's literature, music; film, radio and
television; medicine, science, and architecture;
and food and drink. The Everett Helm Visiting
Fellowship program supports research and provides
access to the collections of the Lilly Library for
scholars residing outside the Bloomington area.
Project proposals should demonstrate that the
Lilly Library's resources are integral to proposed
research topics. Candidates are encouraged to
inquire about the appropriateness of a proposed
topic before applying. FUNDING: Successful
applicants will receive an award of up to $1,500
in support of travel, living, and/or research
expenses. Awards must be used within one year of
the award date and recipients must reside in
Bloomington during the period of their awards. 




DUE:     APR 15  OCT 15
WRITE:   The Lilly Library
         Indiana University
         1200 E. Seventh Street
         Bloomington, IN 47405
PHONE:   812/855-2452
FAX:     812/855-3143

     Established through a bequest by the estate
of Johanna Lenz Mendel in 1998, the Mendel
Fellowships are intended to support research by
scholars from around the world in areas of
particular interest to the Mendels, including: the
history of the Spanish Colonial Empire; Latin
American independence movements; European
expansion in the Americas; voyages, travels and
exploration; geography, navigation and
cartography; German literature and history; and
music, including sheet music. ELIGIBILITY: There
is no special application form: Candidates,
ranging from doctoral research students to senior
scholars, should submit a curriculum vitae, a 2-3
page proposal for their projects, including the
specific holdings they intend to consult, two
letters of recommendation, and a indication of
length of stay, which may include the summer
months. FUNDING: Fellowships of up to $40,000 will
be awarded. The amount of the stipend is based on
the length of stay, which may range from one week
to a full academic year. The fellowship is
intended to cover travel to the Lilly Library and
living expenses while in residence. 


           LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY            


DUE:     MAR 1, letter of intent
WRITE:   Director of Research Administration
         The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
         1311 Mamaroneck Avenue
         White Plains, NY 10605
PHONE:   914/821-8301

     The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's
Translational Research Program was established to
encourage and provide support for new and novel
clinical research. The goal of the program is to
accelerate transfer of findings from the
laboratory to clinical application. The program's
purpose is to fund research that shows high
promise for translating basic biomedical knowledge
to prevention or new treatments and, ultimately,
to prolong and enhance life. ELIGIBILITY:
Applicants (Principal Investigator) must hold an
M.D., Ph.D., or equivalent degree, and work in
domestic or foreign non-profit organizations, such
as universities, colleges, hospitals or
laboratories. Applications may involve multiple
such institutions and the Applicant (Principal
Investigator) should have an independent research
or academic position. Applicant (Principal
Investigator) need not be U.S. citizens, and there
are no restrictions on Applicant (Principal
Investigator) age, race, gender or creed.
Applications from non-academic facilities and the
National Institute of Health are not eligible.
FUNDING: Awards will be limited to a maximum of
$200,000, which include direct costs and a maximum
overhead of $20,000 or 11.1 percent of direct
costs per year for three years. Budget requests
should be carefully justified and commensurate
with the needs of the project. 


          JAMES S. MCDONNELL FOUNDATION           


DUE:     MAR 17
WRITE:   James S. McDonnell Foundation
         1034 South Brentwood Blvd. Suite 1850
         St. Louis, MO 63117
PHONE:   314/721-1532
FAX:     314/721-7421

     21st Century Research Awards are designed to
support research projects with a high probability
of generating new knowledge and insights. Projects
submitted for funding consideration should be at
an early, even preliminary stage of development,
and should be intended to break new ground or to
challenge commonly-held assumptions. Projects
submitted should be sufficiently novel,
cross-disciplinary, or heterodox so that they have
a strong likelihood of influencing the development
of new ways of thinking about important problems.
21st Century Research Awards provide adequate,
flexible funding over a sufficient time period to
allow investigators to pursue and develop
innovative directions to their research programs.
ELIGIBILITY: JSMF funds internationally.
Applications must be sponsored by a nonprofit
institution. Graduate students and postdoctoral
fellows are not eligible to apply for 21st Century
Research Awards. Principle investigators must have
completed academic training and hold a position
compatible with the pursuit of independent
research. At most institutions this requirement
corresponds to individuals at the assistant
professor level and above. When senior scientists
serve as principle investigators the proposal must
describe, in detail, how they (and not only their
research assistants and post-doctoral fellows)
will use the requested funds to pursue research
building on but departing from ongoing work in
their laboratories. FUNDING: A maximum of $450,000
total costs can be requested and the funds can be
expended over a minimum of 3 years or a maximum of
6 years. Smaller amounts of money expended over
shorter amounts of time may be requested to help
investigators pursue pilot projects or test the
feasibility of an experimental approach. 




DUE:     MAR 2
WRITE:   National Endowment for the Humanities
         Division of Education Programs
         1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
         Washington, DC 20506
PHONE:   202/606-8463

     These grants support national faculty
development programs in the humanities for school
teachers and for college and university teachers.
NEH Summer Seminars and Institutes may be as short
as two weeks or as long as six weeks. The duration
of a program should allow for full and thorough
treatment of the topic. NEH Summer Seminars and
Institutes: extend and deepen knowledge and
understanding of the humanities by focusing on
significant topics, texts, and issues; contribute
to the intellectual vitality and professional
development of participants; build a community of
inquiry and provide models of excellent
scholarship and teaching; and promote effective
links between teaching and research in the
humanities. ELIGIBILITY: Any U.S. nonprofit
organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status is
eligible, as are state and local governmental
agencies and tribal governments. Individuals are
not eligible to apply. FUNDING: NEH anticipates
that awards for seminars will range between
$60,000 and $140,000 in outright funds for a grant
period of twelve months. Awards for institutes
range from $80,000 to $200,000 in outright funds
for a grant period of fifteen months. 




DUE:     FEB 5, abbreviated proposals
         MAY 7, invited full proposals
WRITE:   Dr. Peter J. Mohr, Manager
         NIST Precision Measurement Grants
         100 Bureau Drive
         Stop 8420
         Gaithersburg, MD 20899-8420
FED-REG: 12/28/09
PHONE:   301/975-3217

     The National Institute of Standards and
Technology (NIST) announces that the Precision
Measurement Grants Program is soliciting
applications for financial assistance for Fiscal
Year (FY) 2010. The Precision Measurement Grants
Program is seeking proposals for significant
research in the field of fundamental measurement
or the determination of fundamental constants.
NIST sponsors these grants and cooperative
agreements primarily to encourage basic,
measurement- related research in universities and
colleges and other research laboratories and to
foster contacts between NIST scientists and those
faculty members of academic institutions and other
researchers who are actively engaged in such work.
The Precision Measurement Grants are also intended
to make it possible for researchers to pursue new
ideas for which other sources of support may be
difficult to find. There is some latitude in
research topics that will be considered under the
Precision Measurement Grants Program. The key
requirement is that the proposed project is
consistent with NIST's ongoing work in the field
of basic measurement science. ELIGIBILITY:
Eligible applicants are institutions of higher
education; hospitals; non-profit organizations;
commercial organizations; State, local and Indian
Tribal governments; foreign governments;
organizations under the jurisdiction of foreign
governments; international organizations; and
Federal agencies with appropriate legal authority.
FUNDING: NIST anticipates spending $100,000 this
year for two new grants at $50,000 each for the
first year of the research projects. 


           NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION            


DUE:     MAR 8
WRITE:   Jane P. Gilman
         Mathematical and Physical Sciences
         National Science Foundation
         4201 Wilson Blvd.   1025 N
         Arlington, VA 22230
PHONE:   703/292-4872

     The goal of the program in Proactive
Recruitment in Introductory Science and
Mathematics is to strengthen the nation's
scientific competitiveness by increasing the
numbers of well-prepared, successful U.S.
undergraduate majors and minors in science and
mathematics. The program will fund innovative,
potentially transformational partnerships between
the mathematical sciences and other science or
engineering disciplines that widen the cross
section of the mathematical sciences to which
freshman and sophomore students are exposed and
that provide these students increased
opportunities for research experiences involving
the mathematical sciences. ELIGIBILITY:
Universities and four-year colleges accredited in
and having a campus located in the US, acting on
behalf of their faculty members. FUNDING: $3
million for 2-4 awards. 


           NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION            


DUE:     APR 23
WRITE:   Conference Board of the
            Mathematical Sciences
         1529 Eighteenth Street, NW
         Washington, DC 20036
PHONE:   202/293-1170
FAX:     202/293-3412

     To stimulate interest and activity in
mathematical research, the National Science
Foundation intends to support up to seven NSF-CBMS
Regional Research Conferences in 2011. Each five
day conference features a distinguished lecturer
who delivers ten lectures on a topic of important
current research in one sharply focused area of
the mathematical sciences. The lecturer
subsequently prepares an expository monograph
based upon these lectures, which is normally
published as a part of a regional conference
series. Depending upon the conference topic, the
monograph is published by the American
Mathematical Society, the Society for Industrial
and Applied Mathematics, or jointly by the
American Statistical Association and the Institute
of Mathematical Statistics. Support is provided
for about 30 participants at each conference and
the conference organizer invites both established
researchers and interested newcomers, including
postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, to
attend. ELIGIBILITY: Colleges or universities with
at least some research competence in the field of
the proposal are eligible to apply. Since a major
goal of these conferences is to attract new
researchers into the field of the conference and
to stimulate new research activity, institutions
that are interested in upgrading or improving
their research efforts are especially encouraged
to apply. FUNDING: Typical awards for these
conferences vary between $33,000 and $35,000. CBMS
pays the lecturer a stipend of $2,000 for the
delivery of the lectures and an additional stipend
of $5,000 when the lecturer delivers to CBMS a
manuscript for publication satisfactory to NSF.
The lecturer's stipends are paid directly by CBMS
and are not to be part of the budget of the host
institution's proposal. 


           NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION            


DUE:     MAR 23, required preliminary proposals
         JUL 14, full proposals
WRITE:   Saran Twombly, Program Director
         Division of Environmental Biology
         National Science Foundation
         4201 Wilson Blvd.   635 N
         Arlington, VA 22230
PHONE:   703/292-8133

     This solicitation will establish a new
environmental synthesis center to stimulate
research, education and outreach at the interface
of the biological, geological, and social
sciences. The center will foster synthetic,
collaborative, cross-disciplinary efforts to
understand and predict the complex interactions
among ecological populations, communities and
ecosystems, the geophysical environment, and human
actions and decisions that underlie global
environmental change. It will play a pivotal role
in forecasting adaptive responses to environmental
change and understanding sudden shifts in dynamic
systems. The center will also directly involve
policy makers, managers, and conservation efforts,
and educate an informed citizenry. The center will
be international in its scope, addressing the most
pressing challenges posed by global environmental
change. The center represents a new effort, based
on NSF's substantial investments in ongoing
synthesis activities, and is not intended to
extend or duplicate these activities. The
Biological Sciences Directorate expects this
center to lead the next generation of synthesis
activities. ELIGIBILITY: (a) Non-profit,
non-academic organizations: Independent museums,
observatories, research labs, professional
societies and similar organizations in the U.S.
associated with educational or research
activities. (b) Universities and two- and
four-year colleges (including community colleges)
accredited in, and having a campus located in the
US, acting on behalf of their faculty members.
FUNDING: One award will be made for up to
$30,000,000 over a five-year period. 


           NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION            


DUE:     MAR 8
WRITE:   Jill L. Karsten
         Directorate for Geosciences
         National Science Foundation
         4201 Wilson Blvd. 705 N
         Arlington, VA 22230
PHONE:   703/292-7718
FAX:     703/292-9042

     The Geoscience Education (GeoEd) Program is
part of a portfolio of programs within the
Directorate for Geosciences (GEO) that seeks to
increase public understanding of Earth system
science and foster recruitment, training and
retention of a diverse and skilled geoscience
workforce for the future. The program achieves
these goals by supporting innovative or
transformative projects that improve the quality
and effectiveness of formal and informal
geoscience education at all educational levels,
increase the number of students pursuing
geoscience education and career paths, broaden
participation of traditionally underrepresented
groups in the geosciences, and promote public
engagement in Earth system science. FUNDING: $5
million for about 40 awards. 


           NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION            


DUE:     MAR 29, preliminary proposals
         SEP 30, invited full proposals
WRITE:   Carol Van Hartesveldt
         IGERT Program Director
         National Science Foundation
         4201 Wilson Blvd.   875 S
         Arlington, VA 22230
PHONE:   703/292-8112
FAX:     703/292-9048

     The Integrative Graduate Education and
Research Traineeship (IGERT) program has been
developed to meet the challenges of educating U.S.
Ph.D. scientists and engineers who will pursue
careers in research and education, with the
interdisciplinary backgrounds, deep knowledge in
chosen disciplines, and technical, professional,
and personal skills to become, in their own
careers, leaders and creative agents for change.
The program is intended to catalyze a cultural
change in graduate education, for students,
faculty, and institutions, by establishing
innovative new models for graduate education and
training in a fertile environment for
collaborative research that transcends traditional
disciplinary boundaries. It is also intended to
facilitate diversity in student participation and
preparation, and to contribute to a world-class,
broadly inclusive, and globally engaged science
and engineering workforce. ELIGIBILITY: U.S.
academic institutions in the United States, its
territories or possessions that grant the Ph.D.
degree in the sciences and engineering may submit
proposals. Projects may involve more than one
institution, but a single institution must accept
overall management responsibility. The lead
institution must independently grant the Ph.D.
degree in at least one of the science, technology,
engineering and mathematics fields supported by
the National Science Foundation and at least one
Ph.D. granting unit should participate in the
IGERT. Non-Ph.D. granting institutions,
nonacademic, and international organizations may
serve as collaborating organizations. FUNDING:
$10.8 million for 18 new and renewal awards. 




DUE:     APR 1
WRITE:   Science Advancement Programs
         Research Corp. for Science Advancement
         4703 E. Camp Lowell Drive, Suite 201
         Tucson, AZ 85712
PHONE:   520/571-1111
FAX:     520/571-1119

     The Cottrell Scholar Awards are designed for
institutions and faculty members who are committed
to excel at both teaching and research. These
awards enable recipients to implement their plans
to become outstanding scientists and educators as
well as tomorrow's academic and scientific
leaders. The awards also seek to reinforce faculty
mentoring, communication, and a heightened
appreciation for instruction in university science
departments. ELIGIBILITY: Awards are made to U.S.
universities to further the teaching and research
of faculty members in a Bachelor's and Ph.D.
degree-granting department of astronomy,
biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, or physics,
but not in a school of medicine or engineering.
Applicants must be in the third full calendar year
after their first tenure-track appointment (i.e.,
faculty members who assumed their first
tenure-track position anytime in calendar year
2007 may apply only in 2010, observing the April
deadline). FUNDING: All Cottrell Scholar Awards
are in the amount of $75,000. 




DUE:     FEB 26
         Starter Grant Committees
         300 Penn Center Blvd.
         Suite 332
         Pittsburgh, PA 15235-5503
PHONE:   412/825-3220
FAX:     412/825-3224

     The SACP/SSP Starter Grant Awards are given
to encourage high-quality, innovative research by
beginning chemistry professors. The goal of the
grants is to promote the training and development
of graduate students in the fields of spectroscopy
and analytical chemistry. ELIGIBILITY: Assistant
professors who have accepted an appointment at a
U.S. college or university since December 31, 2007
are eligible. Candidates, who have submitted
applications in previous years may reapply,
provided these eligibility criteria are met.
Repeat awards to former recipients will not be
given. The award is intended to support faculty
early in their academic careers. Therefore,
applicants who have already obtained multi-year
research or teaching support beyond start-up funds
will not be considered eligible for this starter
grant. The criteria that will be used by the SACP
and SSP Starter Grant Committees are as follows:
1. The scientific merit of the proposal. 2. The
impact of the proposal on the field of analytical
chemistry or spectroscopy. 3. The impact of the
proposal on the development of graduate students
who are working in the proposed field of study. 4.
A demonstrated need for funding. FUNDING: Two
$40,000 awards will be granted in 2010: one award
from the Society for Analytical Chemists of
Pittsburgh in the area of analytical chemistry and
one award from the Spectroscopy Society of
Pittsburgh in the area of spectroscopy. 

  • Return to Current Awareness Tools (MSU Only)
  • Return to Grants and Related Resources Home Page
  • Return to Jon Harrison's Home Page
  • Return to the MSU Libraries Home Page
  • Return to the Michigan State University Home Page
  • Ownership Statement
    Jon Harrison : Page Editor
    Funding Center Supervisor
    Social Sciences Collections Coordinator
    Michigan State University Libraries
    100 Library
    E. Lansing, MI 48824-1048
    Last revised 01/12/10