Discipline Specific Funding Calls

Visegrad+ grants

International Visegrad Fund, SK

Closing date: 01 Oct 18

Deadlines on: 1 October 2018, 1 February 2019, 1 June 2019, and repeated annually.

The International Visegrad Fund invites applications for its Visegrad+ grants. These support projects which contribute to the democratisation and transformation processes in selected countries and regions, especially non-EU member states in the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership countries. Projects may be concerned with any of the following priority areas:

  • healthcare;
  • education;
  • rural development;
  • good governance;
  • legislation and justice;
  • communication, media and access to information;
  • development of civil society and support of human rights and minorities.

Any legal entity worldwide may apply. Projects must include at least three V4 countries and at least one entity from the Western Balkans, that is Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro or Serbia, or from the Eastern Partnership countries, that is, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine.

Grant amounts vary depending on the size and scope of the project. The average grant is worth €20,000 over up to 18 months.

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Posted date: 05 Sep 17

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International Visegrad Fund – SK

 

Lyle Spencer research awards

Spencer Foundation, US

Closing date: 02 Oct 18

Letters of intent due by 4pm CDT. This call is repeated once a year.

The Spencer Foundation invites letters of intent for the Lyle Spencer research awards. These support research projects that advance our understanding of educational practice and its improvement.

Principal investigators and co-PIs must have a doctorate in an academic discipline or professional field, or appropriate experience in an education research-related profession. They must also be affiliated with a college, university, school district, non-profit research facility, or non-profit cultural institution. Applications are open to researchers worldwide.

Awards are worth up to USD 1 million.

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Posted date: 28 Jun 18

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Spencer Foundation - US

 

Fulbright Irish scholar awards

Irish Fulbright Commission, IE

Closing date: 06 Nov 18

Applications are invited between 31 August and 6 November 2018. This call is repeated once a year.

The Irish Fulbright Commission invites applications for its Irish scholar awards. These enable Irish or EU citizens resident in Ireland for the past three years to complete up to one year of postdoctoral or professional research or lecturing in the US. The following awards are available:

  • Fulbright general awards, open to all disciplines except clinical medical studies;
  • Fulbright-Enterprise Ireland award in innovation, including new technologies that will lead to job creation and increased exports;
  • Fulbright-Environmental Protection Agency award in the areas of water, climate and sustainability;
  • Fulbright-Geological Survey of Ireland award in geoscience;
  • Fulbrigh-Health Research Board Health Impact award, for research and professional development in any area of health;
  • Fulbright-Marine Institute award in the areas of marine science or business;
  • Fulbrigh-National University of Ireland visiting researcher award for NUI graduates.

Applicants should have a PhD or at least five years of relevant professional experience. Dual US-Irish citizens, green card holders, current US residents and candidates with extensive experience of studying or living in the US are not eligible. Preference will be given to visiting researcher applicants.

Each award provides a monetary grant plus accident and emergency insurance, cultural and professional programming and J-1 visa administration. Grants are tenable for a minimum of three months and a maximum of one year.

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Posted date: 15 Aug 18

Full list of funders:

Environmental Protection Agency Ireland - IE

Irish Marine Institute - IE

Health Research Board - IE

National University of Ireland - IE

Teagasc - IE

Irish Fulbright Commission - IE

Enterprise Ireland - IE

 

Garret FitzGerald postdoctoral fellowship in the social sciences

National University of Ireland, IE

Closing date: 08 Oct 18

The National University of Ireland invites applications for the Garret FitzGerald postdoctoral fellowship in the social sciences. This supports postdoctoral research in the social sciences conducted by National University of Ireland graduates. Applications are welcome under the broad heading of the Irish university in the 21st century and proposals under the following themes are encouraged:

  • Irish higher education and the changing nature of learning worldwide;
  • the impact of universities on the development of the creative and cultural sectors in Ireland;
  • how Irish universities reconcile the interests of internal and external stakeholders in their strategic planning and management;
  • the public understanding of the outcomes and value of a university education, in the context of expanding opportunities for post-secondary level education in Ireland.

Applicants must be a graduate of doctoral status awarded since 1 January 2013.

The fellowship is worth €40,000 for one year, with the possibility of an extension to two years.

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Posted date: 28 Aug 18

Full list of funders:

National University of Ireland – IE

 

Insight grants

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada | Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Humaines, CA

Closing date: 15 Oct 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada invites applications for its insight grants. These support research in the social sciences and humanities, and aim to:

  • build knowledge and understanding from disciplinary, interdisciplinary or cross-sector perspectives through support for researchers;
  • support new approaches to research on complex and important topics, including those that transcend the capacity of any one scholar, institution or discipline;
  • provide a high-quality research training experience for students;
  • fund research expertise that relates to societal challenges and opportunities;
  • mobilise research knowledge, to and from academic and non-academic audiences, with the potential to lead to intellectual, cultural, social and economic influence, benefit and impact.

Applications are particularly encouraged in the following challenge areas: new ways of learning, particularly in higher education; energy and natural resources; the experience and aspirations of Aboriginal peoples in Canada; implications of global peak population; emerging technologies to benefit Canada; Canada in an interconnected, evolving global landscape.

Applications are welcomed from emerging or established individual researchers or teams of researchers. Applicants must be affiliated with an eligible Canadian postsecondary institution, or, in the case of postdoctoral fellows, postdoctoral researchers and PhD candidates, they must establish such affiliation within five months of the grant start date. PhD candidates must have met all requirements for the PhD before the grant is awarded. Collaborators need not be affiliated with a Canadian postsecondary institution.

Each grant is worth between CAD 7,000 and CAD 100,000 per year, or up to CAD 400,000 over two to five years.

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Posted date: 06 Aug 18

Full list of funders:

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada | Conseil de Recherches en Sciences Humaines – CA

 

Postdoctoral fellowship programme

Columbia University, US

Closing date: 31 Oct 18  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The Columbia University’ Earth Institute invites applications for its postdoctoral fellowship programme. This enables postdoctoral scholars to build a foundation in one of the core disciplines of the Earth Institute such as social, earth, biological, engineering, and health sciences. Specific areas of research include food security, energy systems, climate change impacts, poverty reduction, disease, and environmental degradation.

Non-US citizens are granted a limited term J1 visa by the university.

Each fellowship includes USD 61,800 per year to cover salary for a period of two years, and a stipend of USD 12,000 over the two years period for reimbursable expenses related to the fellowship. Funds may be used for relocation and moving expenses, as well as for computer, travel, conference, journal, book, software, equipment, and other research costs.

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Posted date: 07 Aug 17

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Columbia University – US

 

ICT in education prize

UNESCO, INT

Closing date: 31 Oct 18

This call is repeated once a year.

UNESCO invites nominations for its ICT in education prize. This recognises innovative approaches in leveraging new technologies to expand educational opportunities by enabling access to quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all, in line with the education 2030 agenda and sustainable development goal 4 strategy. The prize calls attention to excellent models, best practices and creative uses of ICTs to enhance overall education performance. This year the prize will highlight projects that use integrated  solutions that blend commonly used technology with frontier ICT applications, such as breakthrough technology to overcome infrastructure barriers; solutions to reduce the cost of access; online learning innovations; intelligent learning management systems; machine translation; big data; and imagery technology.

Individuals and organisations are eligible carrying out projects to improve teaching and learning in the digital age are eligible. National commissions of the member states of UNESCO and international non-governmental organisations maintaining official relations with UNESCO may submit nominations.

The prize includes USD 25,000.

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Posted date: 14 Aug 18

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UNESCO – INT

 

National Academy of Education/Spencer postdoctoral fellowship programme

Spencer Foundation, US

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The National Academy of Education and the Spencer Foundation invite applications for their postdoctoral fellowship programme. This supports early-career scholars working in critical areas of education research. The programme also supports the careers of its recipients through professional development activities.

Applicants must have received their PhD, EdD or equivalent between 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2017, and the proposed project must be a research project. International applicants are encouraged. Applicants may not be employees of the Spencer Foundation or the National Academy of Education, and they must not receive other funding in support of their proposed research during the grant period.

Up to 30 fellowships, worth USD 70,000 each, are available. Fellowships must begin during the 2019 to 2020 academic year and may be used to support one year of full-time research or two years of part-time research. Fellows will also receive travel funds to attend obligatory meetings.

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Posted date: 09 May 18

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Spencer Foundation - US

National Academy of Education – US

 

Conference grants

JR Smallwood Foundation for Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, CA

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The JR Smallwood Foundation invites applications for its conference grants. These enable institutions to organise and host scholarly conferences within the foundation’s mandate.

Applications are open to conference organisers who may be affiliated with Memorial university or other institutions.

Grants are worth up to CAD 5,000 each.

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Posted date: 07 Feb 18

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JR Smallwood Foundation for Newfoundland and Labrador Studies - CA

 

Research grants

JR Smallwood Foundation for Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, CA

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The JR Smallwood Foundation invites applications for its research grants. These support travel, subsistence, research assistance and material and supplies for approved research projects.

Applications are open to students, faculty members and non-affiliated scholars from any institution. Priority will be given to new applicants or former applicants with new projects.

Grants are worth up to CAD 5,000 each for one year.

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Posted date: 07 Feb 18

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JR Smallwood Foundation for Newfoundland and Labrador Studies - CA

 

Small research grants

Spencer Foundation, US

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

Applications due by 4pm CDT. Deadlines on: 1 November 2018, 1 February 2019, 1 May 2019, 1 August 2019, and repeated annually.

The Spencer Foundation invites proposals for its small research grants. These support smaller scale or pilot projects that will contribute to the improvement of education, broadly conceived. The following areas are suggested for project proposals:

  • field-initiated;
  • the relationship between education and social opportunity;
  • teaching, learning and instructional resources;
  • the new civics;
  • organisational leaning in schools, school systems and higher education systems;
  • purposes and values of education.

The principal investigators and co-PIs must have an earned doctorate in an academic discipline or professional field, or appropriate experience in an education research-related profession. They must also be affiliated with a college, university, school district, non-profit research facility or non-profit cultural institution. Proposals are accepted from the US and internationally, however all proposals must be submitted in English and budgets must be proposed in US dollars.

Grants are worth up to USD 50,000 each. Grant budgets may not include indirect cost charges.

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Posted date: 12 Jan 18

Full list of funders:

Spencer Foundation – US

 

Mpala postdoctoral fellowship

Smithsonian Institution, US

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The Smithsonian Institution invites applications for the Mpala postdoctoral fellowship. This promotes the study of biology, anthropology, geology, hydrology, material science, social science, soil science or related areas. Proposed projects must be tenable in residence at the Smithsonian Institution facilities and the Mpala research centre. Candidates are expected to conduct research in association with members of the Smithsonian professional research staff and to make use of the resources of the institution.

Applicants for a postdoctoral fellowship must have completed or be near completion of their PhD at the time of application. The degree must be completed by the time the fellowship begins.

The fellowship provides a stipend of USD 50,400 per year for a period of one or two years and a research allowance of up to USD 4,000 for research-related expenses.

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Posted date: 24 Aug 18

Full list of funders:

Smithsonian Institution - US

 

Scholarships

Gladstone’s Library, GB

Closing date: 01 Nov 18

Applications are invited between 1 September and 1 November 2018. This call is repeated once a year.

Gladstone’s Library invites applications for its scholarships. These enable usage of the library’s resources for periods of residential research. The following scholarships are available:

  • the Canon Symonds memorial scholarship awards students in the fields of Christian liturgy, biblical studies or church history;
  • the bishop JRH Moorman scholarship is intended primarily for those researching Francis of Assisi or the Franciscan order;
  • the reverend Dr Murray McGregor memorial scholarship supports those working on any aspect of religious studies;
  • the Canon Denys Ruddy memorial scholarship supports studies in theology, liturgy, spirituality, Christianity and the arts;
  • the Tom Jarman scholarship awards students and graduates of Bristol University, Wesley College Bristol, Bristol Baptist College and students of the Open University;
  • the reverend Canon Dr Stewart Lawton memorial scholarship supports research into the liberal Catholic tradition in Anglicanism, the interaction of science and religion or European philosophical theology;
  • the Drew scholarship supports research into aspects of the life of William Ewart Gladstone;
  • the Dr Daisy Ronco scholarship supports research into 19th century studies;
  • the Richard L Hills scholarship supports research into theology and science or technology;
  • the Ernest Walder memorial scholarship supports research into any aspect of divine learning;
  • the Gladstone scholarship awards clergy from the Church of Wales and scholars from Bulgaria;
  • the father John Thorold scholarship supports research in spirituality or liturgy;
  • the Veronica Powles memorial scholarship awards members of the Mother’s Union or studies and research into women’s ministry and issues;
  • the slavery scholarship is for research and study in to historical or contemporary slavery;
  • the general scholarship fund supports research in the arts and humanities.

Awards cover the use of the library and the cost of residence for a period of one week. A non-refundable administration fee of £25 is payable on acceptance of award.

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Posted date: 15 Feb 184/p>

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Gladstone’s Library - GB

 

Lennart Aktiestinsen Israelsson’s Foundation for the individual and society

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences | Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien, SE

Closing date: 15 Nov 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences invites applications for grants from the Lennart Aktiestinsen Israelsson’s Foundation for the individual and society. These support basic research that benefits the education system. The research is expected to:

  • generate scientifically-based knowledge of individual development;
  • be based upon individual’s function and development in a lifelong perspective, as an integrated psychological, biological and social being in a changing world;
  • consider how knowledge about individual development from this perspective is decisive in designing an education system that promotes society’s cultural, social, economic and technological progress, just as it respects each individual’s needs and circumstances.

There is no restriction on the nationality of the applicant, although preference is given to research linked to a Swedish scientific institution.

The total budget is SEK 1.5 million. Grants may cover the costs of salary, equipment, travel to conferences and workshops, research, hosting researchers, and publishing costs.

 

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Posted date: 13 Sep 18

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Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences | Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien - SE

 

Visiting research fellowships

University of East Anglia, GB

Closing date: 01 Dec 18  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The University of East Anglia’s Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania & the Americas invites applications for its visiting research fellowships. These support research on the arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas. Proposals are welcomed in such arts and humanities fields as anthropology, art history, archaeology, history and related disciplines.

Applicants must hold a doctorate or equivalent degree and be undertaking research for publication on a relevant subject. Advanced doctoral candidates may be considered. Fellows must reside in Norwich for the duration of the fellowship.

Two fellowships worth up to £5,502 each are available. Funding covers a weekly stipend of £396 and travel costs worth up to £750 for up to three months. Fellows are provided with an office in the Sainsbury Centre, equipped with a university networked PC and printing facilities, and have access to the Robert Sainsbury library.

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Posted date: 27 Oct 17

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University of East Anglia - GB

Website: http://www.sru.uea.ac.uk/research/fellowships/fellows-application-procedure

 

American Association of University Women international fellowships

American Psychological Association, US

Closing date: 01 Dec 18

The American Psychological Association, with funding from the American Association of University Women, invites applications for its international fellowships. These support full-time study or research in the US for women who are not US citizens or permanent residents.

Applicants must not be US citizens and must return home at the end of the fellowship to pursue a professional career. They must be proficient in English.

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Posted date: 23 Feb 18

Full list of funders:

American Psychological Association – US

 

COMING SOON: Japanese studies fellowship programme

Japan Foundation, JP

Closing date: 01 Dec 18  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

*** This opportunity will be available soon. The next call is expected to open in October or November 2018. The following information is subject to change. ***

The Japan Foundation Sydney invites applications for its Japanese studies fellowship programme. This enables scholars and researchers in the humanities and social sciences in the field of Japanese studies to conduct research in Japan. Fellowships are available in the following categories:

  • long-term fellowship for scholars and researchers for a duration of two to 12 months;
  • short-term fellowship for scholars and researchers for a duration of 21 to 59 days;
  • fellowship for PhD candidates who have completed, or will have completed by the beginning of the fellowship, the necessary coursework and find it necessary to visit Japan to complete their dissertations for a duration of four to 12 months.

Applicants must be nationals or permanent residents of a country that has diplomatic relations with Japan and must have advanced proficiency in either Japanese or English.

Applicants who have been in Japan continuously for more than a year dating back from 1 April 2018 may not apply. Applications from mid-career or younger researchers are encouraged.

Fellowships include round-trip airfares, a stipend and other allowances.

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Posted date: 22 May 18

Full list of funders:

Japan Foundation - JP

 

Academic fellowships

Columbia University, US

Closing date: 05 Dec 18  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

Columbia University and the Italian Academy For Advanced Studies In America invite applications for their academic fellowships. These support projects in the humanities, sciences and social sciences with regards to Italy. They may be related to all aspects of cultural memory; to research at the intersection of history, ethnography, and anthropology; to the relationship between contemporary and historical cultures; and to the histories of art, music, literature and philosophy. In the fields of science, technology and engineering, applications that relate to Columbia’s strengths are welcomed. Proposals relevant to the Academy’s ongoing initiatives, especially the International Observatory for Cultural Heritage and the Humanities and Neuroscience Project are prioritised.

Individuals at the postdoctoral and faculty level worldwide may apply. Former fellows may re-apply no earlier than four years after the completion of their residencies. Candidates may not hold concurrent fellowships. Fellows are expected to be in residence for the duration of their stay at the academy over one or two academic semesters.

Fellows receive a stipend, health benefits, travel allowance and an office in the academy. Approximately 20 fellowships are available.

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Posted date: 25 Jul 17

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Columbia University - US

 

Short term grants

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, PT

Closing date: 22 Dec 18

This call is repeated once a year.

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation invites applications for its short term grants. These enable researchers in Armenian studies to participate in activities related to their field of studies, encouraging academic interaction and exchange of knowledge and ideas.

Master’s or doctoral students, academics and researchers may apply. Preference will be given to younger scholars.

Grants are worth up to USD 5,000 each to support attendance of international seminars, conferences, summer courses or other activities.

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Posted date: 20 Aug 18

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Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation – PT

 

Schlesinger oral history grants

Harvard University, US

Closing date: 05 Feb 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies invites applications for the Schlesinger oral history grants. These support scholars conducting oral history interviews relevant to the history of women or gender in the US.

The grant stipulates that the interviews take place in accordance with guidelines of the Oral History Association, that consent is obtained from interviewees for their words to be viewed by researchers worldwide, and that true copies or transcripts of the original recording of the oral interviews, as well as copies of the consent forms, be deposited in the Schlesinger Library upon completion.

Grants are worth up to USD 3,000 each.

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Posted date: 25 Oct 17

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Harvard University – US

 

Fellowship for historical dialogue and accountability

Columbia University, US

Closing date: 15 Feb 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights invites applications for its fellowship for historical dialogue and accountability. These enable participants to spend the autumn semester at Columbia University in New York City. The programme provides fellows with the opportunity to hone practical skills in fundraising, advocacy and leadership, to develop a deeper understanding of and engagement with the past and to foster mutually beneficial relationships with their peers and with international and non-profit organisations based in New York and Washington, DC.

Applicants may be lawyers, journalists, teachers, social workers, community organisers, artists, scholars and other human rights activists working on issues related to dealing with the past such as transitional justice, historical dialogue, memory studies, historical justice, oral history, history education. Fluency in English is required. Full-time students are ineligible to apply.

The programme lasts a full academic semester, from late August to mid-December.

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Posted date: 13 Dec 17

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Columbia University - US

 

Sepmeyer research grants programme

International Education Research Foundation, INT

Closing date: 15 Feb 19

Deadlines on: 15 February 2019, 15 August 2019, and repeated annually.

The International Education Research Foundation invites applications for the Sepmeyer research grants. This supports research on world education systems and the integration of individuals educated outside of the US into the US educational environment and work force. The aims of the research must include:

  • supporting research for the evaluation of foreign academic credentials;
  • promoting the integration of students, scholars, and professionals holding non-US academic credentials into the US;
  • facilitating the publication and dissemination of the results of the research;
  • encouraging the exchange of information about educational systems.

Any individual may apply. The applicant must demonstrate experience in the field of credentials evaluation and expertise in the country they propose to research.

Grants are worth up to USD 1,000.

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Posted date: 30 May 17

Full list of funders:

International Education Research Foundation – INT

 

Grants programme

Dr Scholl Foundation, US

Closing date: 01 Mar 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The Dr Scholl Foundation invites applications for its grants programme. This supports research projects related to education, social service, healthcare, the environment, and civic and cultural issues.

Organisations with a valid Internal Revenue Service 501(C)3 determination letter may apply. Individuals, political organisations and organisations who are unable to provide at least three years of financial activity cannot apply. Non-US grants are given to directors of organisations who have previous knowledge of grantees.

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Posted date: 16 Jan 18

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Dr Scholl Foundation – U

 

Institutional grants

Tinker Foundation, US

Closing date: 15 Mar 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated 2 times a year.

The Tinker Foundation invites applications for its institutional grants. These support the creation of effective policy changes to improve the lives of Latin Americans.

Proposals should address one of the following areas of interest:

  • democratic governance;
  • education;
  • sustainable resource management.

The foundation is no longer funding proposals in the areas of US policy toward Latin America or Antarctica. Projects should have a strong public policy component, offer innovative solutions to problems facing these regions, and incorporate new mechanisms for addressing these programmatic areas.

Collaboration between organisations in the US and Latin America is encouraged, and preference is given to those institutions actively engaged with external stakeholders in addressing an issue of concern.

Funded activities include, but are not restricted to, research projects, and workshops or conferences related to the foundation's areas of interest.

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Posted date: 13 Sep 17

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Tinker Foundation – US

 

Jensen-Miller award

Western History Association, US

Closing date: 01 Apr 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The Western History Association invites nominations for the Jensen-Miller award, funded by the Charles Redd centre for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. This recognises the best article in the field of women and gender in the North American West. No time restrictions apply and essays will be judged on their significance to the field.

Members of the association as well as the publisher or author of the essay may nominate an essay.

The prize is worth USD 500.

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Posted date: 09 Nov 17

Full list of funders:

Western History Association - US

 

Grawemeyer award in education

University of Louisville, US

Closing date: 15 Apr 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The University of Louisville invites nominations for the Grawemeyer award in education. This aims to stimulate the dissemination, public scrutiny and implementation of ideas that have potential to bring about significant improvement in educational practice and advances in educational attainment. The award is designed to recognise a specific recent achievement rather than a lifetime of accomplishment.

Professional educators, educational institutions, organisations, publishers and editors of educational books and journals worldwide may nominate individuals. Self-nominations are not considered. The competition does not limit the format in which the idea or achievement appears. Consideration is given to printed books, articles appearing in scholarly journals, technological advances, software, research reports, conference presentations or other widely and publicly disseminated forms. Edited volumes and textbooks are not eligible. Non-English entries must be translated.

The award is worth USD 100,000. The recipient is expected to come to Louisville in April to make a formal presentation based on the winning idea, to participate in informal meetings with faculty and students, and to receive the award.

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Posted date: 08 Nov 17

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University of Louisville - US

 

COMING SOON: Fellowship

Akademie Schloss Solitude, DE

Closing date: 15 Apr 19

This call is repeated once a year.

*** This opportunity will be available soon. The next call is expected to open on 15 January and close on 15 April 2019. The following information is subject to change. ***

The Akademie Schloss Solitude invites applications for its fellowship. This enables young scientists, economists, international artists, scholars and professionals to attend the Akademie Schloss Solitude as a part of their independent research projects oriented towards the practice of history in everyday life.

Applicants in the following disciplines may apply: architecture, visual arts, performing arts, design, literature, music and sound, media, web-based media, humanities economy or economics, history and social sciences.

Applicants aged 35 or below, who have a completed university or college degree within the past five years may apply.

Fellowships are granted for three to 12 months. The monthly stipend is worth €1,150. Funding covers accommodation, living expenses and a return ticket.

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Posted date: 14 Aug 18

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Akademie Schloss Solitude – DE

 

Digital scholarship, postdoctoral fellowships, and bursaries

University of Edinburgh, GB

Closing date: 30 Apr 19  (Forecast)

!! Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. This call is repeated once a year.

The University of Edinburgh, via the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, invites applications for its digital scholarship, postdoctoral fellowships, and bursaries. These enable fellows to conduct research visits at the University of Edinburgh under a university mentor supervision from an area relevant to the fellow’s research interests.

Applications are accepted from both within and beyond the University of Edinburgh. Candidates in digital arts, digital humanities, digital education, digital design and digital social sciences, may apply. Candidates must have been awarded a doctorate at the time of application, and normally within the last three years. They should not have held a permanent position at a university, or a previous fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies. Those who have held temporary or short-term appointments may apply.

Visits have a duration between three and six months. Bursaries are worth up to £7,500 and may be used to top up an existing postdoctoral fellowship, or as a contribution towards living expenses. Fellows have access to an office space, university e-mail and library access, weekly fellows’ lunch to build community, and collegial work-in-progress seminar series for testing new ideas. They also have the opportunity to engage in events at the institute and college, and participate in and design funded workshops and colloquia.

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Posted date: 24 Jan 18

Full list of funders:

University of Edinburgh - GB

 

College of Arts, Celtic Studies & Social Sciences

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