Tuesday, December 18, 2018

December 2018 issue of Research Development and Grant Writing News

The December 2018 issue of Research Development and Grant Writing News has been posted to the Research Development Office's website

Topics in this issue include:
  • NSF PPAPG Webinar Overview
  • Key Documents for NSF Broader Impacts
  • Defining and Supporting Your Premise
  • A Federal Strategy for STEM Education and Its Impact on Writing a Proposal’s Educational Narrative
  • Planning for Proposals Addressing National Water Research Priorities
  • What does NSF mean by “Innovation Ecosystem”?

Saturday, December 8, 2018

NC Sea Grant Opens 2020-2022 Core Funding Cycle

North Carolina Sea Grant invites preproposals for coastal and marine research projects for the 2020–2022 core funding cycle. Completed preproposals — due by 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 — are the required first step for this funding cycle. Follow this link for information.

For questions, contact John Fear at 919-515-9104

Friday, November 30, 2018

Funding Opportunity News

The University Research Development Office has announced these funding opportunities. Please contact me if you are interested in pursuing these or would like more information.


Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Funding Opportunity from the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care

The Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care is pleased to announce a new grant opportunity, called Expanding the Science and Practice of Open Dialogue: An international collaborative multicenter research project to evaluate the effectiveness of Open Dialogue in various mental health care contexts around the world.
Proposals are due January 2, 2019. Evaluation will be conducted by the Foundation's Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) augmented by consultants selected by the SAC if needed. The SAC's evaluation will be forwarded to the Foundation Board of Directors who will make the final decision for the grant award.

Monday, November 19, 2018

New Gun Policy Research Funding

A funding opportunity from the National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research:

"Are you interested in conducting rigorous research on gun policy or gun violence? In January 2019, the nonpartisan National Collaborative on Gun Violence Research will issue the first of four annual requests for proposals, with $20 million to $50 million to be awarded over a five year period. Up to $10 million in research grant funding and dissertation research awards will be available in the first round.