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Large-Scale Grant Support — MICHR
Obtaining large-scale grant funding has far-reaching benefits for the investigator, the research team, and the institution. To encourage the pursuit of large-scale grants, MICHR has developed a plan of support that is available to investigators across the university. Financial:MICHR’s $100,000 Accelerating Synergy Award is designed to position their team to submit competitive large-scale grants. Resources:MICHR grant experts can create tailored writing templates and provide applicant with guidance materials examples for various components of the grant. Proposal Management: the university can provide teams with tools and resources aimed at improving the efficiency of the grant development process. Administrative: the university can help applicant to coordinate brainstorming and writing sessions for their grant team.
Small Research Grant Program
The Small Research Grant is especially intended to provide seed funding to help such individuals successfully apply for larger grants. Grant applications must include an abstract, a description of the proposed project (Abstract Research Question, Goals of the Study, and Significance to Social-Personality Psychology Research Design and Methodology and Planned Analyses), a curriculum vitae (CV), the proposed timeline for completion of the research, and a budget. We seek bridge funding to support our first project, before we secure large scale grant funding. The purpose of the proposed research is to validate a scale designed to capture this feature the Conservative Resistance to Change Scale.
FUNDING PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT
The Research Development team within Grant Services Analysis offers proposal editing, manages limited submissions, develops online resources, presents various proposal-related workshops, oversees bridging funding, supports large-scale proposal efforts, and facilitates the annual R01 Boot Camp program. The goal of the Proposal Preparation Funding Program is to provide funds to support the submission of large-scale, multi-investigator grants this program is not designed to provide support for submission of individual R01-type grants. REMEMBER: their grant routing deadline is before the sponsor deadline. The Proposal Review Checklists can be used to verify the completeness of the documents required in a grant application prior to routing the proposal.
University Research Foundation Office of the Vice Provost For Research UPenn
The URF will offer the following grant opportunities: Research Grants, Conference Support, Impact Seminar Grants, and Research Opportunity Development Grants, Phase 1and Phase 2. There will be a fall and spring solicitation for these grant applications each year. Program Description: The Research Opportunity Grant program was designed to facilitate the intersection of the forward trajectory of Penn’s research frontiers with the trajectory of the national and global research priorities. Program Description: The Research Opportunity Grant Phase 2 offers extensive support over 2 years. Note that Phase II grants are not intended to support the development of proposals that respond to regular solicitations such as those for NIH RO1 grants or NSF Division programs.
Large-Scale Organizational Grants
The Programming Partnership Fund (PPF) is a portion of the annual GSA budget set aside every year for graduate student groups to apply to, in order to fund large-scale events for the entire graduate community that enrich the graduate student experience.
The Provost Teaching and Learning Grants
The Large-Scale Teaching & Learning grant offers in-kind or financial support of up to $20,000 per academic year to support large-scale, coordinated efforts around teaching initiatives and exploration.
Two different grants were awarded the spring, the OIC New Invention Grant and the MARBIONC Blue Economy Grant. Through this grant, the team seeks to develop an all-in-one prototype and mobile application sync capability, conduct market analysis research to determine potential marketability, apply for a full patent, apply for larger grants to move the product into full-scale production and sales. Innovation Research Grants not only award funding, but also include other benefits like entrepreneurial training, consulting and other benefits to help researchers amplify outcomes. All activities tied to the grant must be completed by December 31, 2021. Recipients must complete at least 20 Customer Discovery Interviews during the grant period. One Progress Report must be submitted during the grant period.
With support from the National Science Foundation, the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Grants Program seeks proposals for Dissertation Grants. The AERA Grants Program provides advanced graduate students with research funding and professional development and training. The program supports highly competitive dissertation research using rigorous quantitative methods to examine large-scale, education-related data. The Grants Program encourages proposals across the life span and contexts of education and learning of relevance to STEM policy and practice.
Internal Funding Administered by ORD
The goal of this program is to provide initial support to projects so that researchers will be competitive for additional external or large-scale internal funding. Idea Grants will range between $5,000 $20,000 for up to 1 year. Grants provide support to individuals and or teams pursuing scholarly, creative, or artistic research projects. Competitions for the Arts and Humanities Research Grant will be held once annually. ORD Publication Grant applications are accepted and reviewed twice a year.
Collaborative Humanities — Princeton University Humanities Council
Several large-scale research and teaching collaborations receive multi-year support from the Humanities Council. Grants are typically limited to one year further funding for continuing the project may be requested, pending submission and review of the first-year report. July 2021: Funds will be transferred after the start of the 2022 fiscal year Proposals for these grants will also be considered for Magic funding, if eligible.