If you have an idea for a project you would like to carry out on campus, or you are currently working on a project and you would like funding to continue to work on your project or expand your project, you may apply to an external agency, foundation, or other non-profit organization. Please review any guidelines carefully and make sure you observe the letter of their instructions. Funding may come in the form of a grant or a fellowship. You may need to apply through your professor or through the university. Deadlines from the previous academic year may not have been updated by the granter. Continue to check back for updates on this website.
For assistance, please contact Gary Talarchek, 862-3296.
|Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations - SHAFR Dissertation Completion Fellowship||10/01/13|
|American Nuclear Society - James R. Vogt Scholarship||11/01/13|
|International Association for Great Lakes Research - Paul W. Rogers Scholarship||03/01/14|
|Huyck (Edmund Niles) Preserve - Graduate and Postgraduate Research Grants||03/14/14|
|International Foodservice Editorial Council||03/15/14|
|Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues - Applied Social Issues Internship Program||04/25/14|
|Center for Science in the Public Interest - Public Interest Internship Program||Seasonal|
|Clay Minerals Society - Student Research Grants||03/15/14|
|Smithsonian Institution - Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Center for Tropical||06/14/14|
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