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Amount: $5000
Hewlett International Grant Program

Dual grant applications for the same project to different central UCIS grant programs are not permitted. There are three levels of Hewlett International Grants. Note: Conference Travel related to the presentation of a paper is not eligible for a Major Impact Grant however, organization of a national or international conference or workshop on an international topic is an eligible activity. Applications for the Major Impact Grant are accepted only during the spring competition please use the Major Impact Grant application form. Student employment for on-campus and on-site research assistance Grantees are responsible for obtaining IRB approval when required, and must provide documentation of IRB approval before a grant can be awarded. There is an application process for the Hewlett International Grant Program.

AERA Funding Opportunities

The AERA Grants Program, with support from the National Science Foundation, provides small grants for conducting studies of education policy and practice using federally-funded, large-scale data sets. Information is available on the AERA Grants Program webpage. With funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, this Fellowship supports postdoctoral and early career scholars in education research using the Deeper Learning data collected by the American Institutes for Research.

Office of the Provost

Their work this year will build upon their work from prior years when, supported by Hewlett grants, they began development of an textbook.