The Head Start Graduate Student Research Grants Program provides support for graduate students who form partnerships with Head Start or Early Head Start programs in their communities, as a way of encouraging the conduct of research with Head Start populations. This research contributes to the knowledge base about the best approaches for delivering services to […]
The Center for Retirement Research sponsors the Steven H. Sandell Grant Program for Junior Scholars in Retirement Research on an annual basis. Priority research areas include: * Social Security and disability insurance * Macroeconomic analyses of Social Security * Wealth and retirement income * Program interactions * International research * Demographic research Application deadline is […]
To promote field studies of birds, by helping to support a specific research or analysis project. In judging among proposals of equal quality, special consideration will be given to those on avian life history, that use data collected all or in part by amateurs, or that employ bird banding or other marking techniques. The Domestic […]
The AAUW Career Development Grant (up to $12,000) is for women who, through additional higher education, technical training, or participation in professional development institutes, are making career changes, seeking to advance in current careers, or re‐entering the workforce.
NWSA offers a limited number of registration scholarships and travel grants to accepted presenters. Students, scholars and activists with a demonstrated need for financial assistance are encouraged to apply. Particular consideration will be given to assisting doctoral student presenters and emerging scholars who have not previously received NWSA travel grants. The registration scholarships and grants […]
These grants are awarded to Ph.D. candidates, not beyond their second year of study, to pursue preliminary research on potential dissertation-length studies related to any topic in British (including Scottish, Irish, and Imperial) history or British Studies.
This grant supports the development of exploratory and developmental research projects by providing funding for the early and conceptual stages of research. This award is meant to encourage the risk-taking that can lead to breakthroughs that will have major impacts on NIH research fields.
This $5,000 award supports research in reading and literacy. Projects should be completed within 2 years using any method or approach. Development of new programs or instructional materials is not eligible for funding except where necessary for research.
Grants provide airfare for a minimum of four weeks of summer research in Turkey by scholars with Ph.D.s granted in the five years prior to the application deadline in humanities and social science fields.
The GCA Awards in Tropical Botany support doctoral candidates to pursue independent field study in the tropical botany. The award provides up to $5,500, and is intended to promote tropical forest preservation by increasing the number of botanists with field experience.