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Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood’s Early Childhood Grants, Due Sept. 30, 2024

Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood’s Early Childhood Grants supports promising research and development projects that appear likely to improve the welfare of young children, from infancy through 7 years, in the U.S. Welfare is broadly defined to include physical and mental health, safety, nutrition, education, play, familial support, acculturation, societal integration, and childcare. Grants are

American Council of Learned Societies’ Fellowships, Due Sept. 25, 2024

American Council of Learned Societies’ Fellowship Program invites research applications in all disciplines of the humanities and interpretive social sciences. ACLS Fellowships are intended as salary replacement to help scholars devote six to twelve continuous months to full-time research and/or writing. The fellowship is open to scholars at all postdoctoral career stages, working on or

Burroughs Wellcome Fund’s Climate and Health Interdisciplinary Awards, Due Aug. 29, 2024

Burroughs Wellcome Fund’s Climate and Health Interdisciplinary Awards provides support for collaborative exploratory work that opens new ground for comprehensively assessing or mitigating the impacts of climate change on human health, especially on vulnerable populations. The program provides flexible funding for conceiving and piloting work that will grow into productive and informative collaborations among researchers

2024 Sony Research Award Program, Due Sept. 15, 2024

Northwestern faculty are invited to participate in the 2024 Sony Research Award Program. This Program provides funding for cutting-edge academic research and helps build a collaborative relationship between faculty and Sony researchers.  There are two awards: The Sony Faculty Innovation Award and The Sony Focused Research Award. Full professors, associate professors, and assistant professors are

William T. Grant Foundation’s Institutional Challenge Grant, Due Sept. 12, 2024

William T. Grant Foundation’s Institutional Challenge Grant supports university-based research institutes, schools, and centers in building sustained research-practice partnerships with public agencies or nonprofit organizations in order to reduce inequality in youth outcomes. OFR Contact: Catherine Cotter. Amount: $650,000. Deadline: 9/12/24.

Kress Foundation’s Multiple Programs, LOI due Sept. 1, 2024

Kress Foundation is offering three grant programs: a) History of Art Program; b) Conservation Program and c) Digital Art History. All three programs are now accepting applications; the application portal will open on August 15. OFR Contact: Chloe Taft Kang. Amount: Not specified (recent grants have averaged $16,000). Deadline: 9/1/24 (LOI).

Burroughs Wellcome Fund’s Climate Change and Human Health Seed Grants, Due July 25, 2024

Burroughs Wellcome Fund’s Climate Change and Human Health Seed Grants aim to stimulate the growth of new connections between scholars working in largely disconnected fields who might together change the course of climate change’s impact on human health. OFR Contact: Catherine Cotter. Amount: $2,500-$50,000. Deadline: 7/25/24 (and, rolling through July 2026).

Linking Early Neurodevelopment to Neural Circuit Outcomes from the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI)

Linking Early Neurodevelopment to Neural Circuit Outcomes is an RFA that is part of the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative (SFARI). It aims to bridge the gap in our understanding of whether and how developmental phenotypes caused by autism risk gene mutation lead to altered circuit formation and function. OFR Contact: Heidi Jurgens (Evanston campus

American Federation for Aging Research’s McKnight Brain Research Foundation Innovator Awards in Cognitive Aging and Memory Loss, Due Aug. 12, 2024

American Federation for Aging Research offers the McKnight Brain Research Foundation Innovator Awards in Cognitive Aging and Memory Loss. This is a program that seeks to identify emerging scientific leaders by building a cadre of outstanding research scientists across the U.S. to lead transformative research in the field of cognitive aging. OFR Contact: Heidi Jurgens