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Graduate Education Enrichment Fund
Office for the Advancement of Research and Scholarship The Graduate Education Enrichment Fund is managed by an administrator appointed by the Graduate Committee the student representative to the Graduate Committee also serves as liaison to GEEF.
The Grant Funding Review Committee will make decisions a month after the due date. The CALS Alumni Association Academic Enrichment Program fosters the educational goals of Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and graduate students by providing for activities that complement and enhance each student’s academic experience at Cornell and for which funding is often not available. Grants are also available for program and department activities that are not fully funded and which enrich the populations they serve. Boor ’80 Experiential Learning Fund was established to help provide additional endowed funding for academic enrichment and experiential learning opportunities supported by the CALS Alumni Association.
Honors College Educational Enrichment Travel Grants
Educational Enrichment Travel Grants are highly competitive.
University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science
Women’s Studies Majors at UMD are eligible to for Academic Enrichment Grants to fund research, or participation in academic or leadership conferences and workshops, or other activities that will enhance their education in women’s, gender, and or sexuality studies.
An endowment of $20,000 will enable us to provide two grants per year to worthy students to support original field or laboratory research or make a presentation at a major conference.
Conferences Funding Opportunities
The Center for Christian-Jewish Learning Junior Scholars Research Grants support Boston College graduate students pursuing research that is of value to the field of Christian-Jewish relations. Grants may support recipients' production of articles, book sections or chapters, conference presentations, digital materials, translations, or other scholarly resources. Research grants are one-time awards of $1,000. Up to five research grants are awarded each academic year and each summer. Students interested in conference funding are encouraged to for conference funding through the Graduate Student Association After a student has applied for funding through the GSA, they may for conference funding through the STM Individual Conference Grant.
Precision Health offers two competitive grants programs to support the development, growth, and enrichment of precision health tools, resources, and applications.