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The AFOSR's Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) is to support scientists and engineers who have received Ph.D. or equivalent degrees in the last five years (on or after 1 May 2004) and who show exceptional ability and promise for conducting basic research. The objective of this program is to foster creative basic research in science and engineering, enhance early career development of outstanding young investigators, and increase opportunities for the young investigators to recognize Air Force mission and the related challenges in science and engineering. Proposals addressing the research areas of interest for the Air Force Research Laboratory will be considered. AFOSR-BAA-2009-2 (GG 4/3/09)
This program provides funding for graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines to bring their leading research practice and findings into K-12 learning settings. Through collaborations with other graduate fellows and faculty from STEM disciplines, teachers and students in K-12 environments, and community partners, graduate students can gain a deeper understanding of their own research and place it within a societal and global context. The limit on the number of proposals per organization is one. NSF 09-549
The Kauffman Foundation has announced a new postdoctoral fellowship program designed to advance innovation and entrepreneurship among scientists. The fellowship will engage 12 postdoctoral researchers in a yearlong program of training and mentorship. The goal of the program is partly to teach the fellows the intricacies of commercializing a scientific breakthrough and partly to spark their entrepreneurial fire.
The purpose of the GCUVM Program is to support research which: 1) Generates an uninterrupted stream of climatology data; 2) Determines mechanisms and symptoms of plant and animal response; and 3) Develops tightly integrated models to assess regional and national impacts of multiple plant stressors. Climatology data provide a much needed history of dosage, along with seasonal and geographic variability. The GCUVM also seeks to understand how ultraviolet radiation alters plant and animal physiology, development, and ecosystems. Finally, based on crop growth models (adapted fur UV-B inputs), data on Earth's climate, radiation data, and satellite data, will enhance understanding of regional climate-crop interactions. This climate-crop assessment framework is used to predict crop responses to environmental stressors, and ultimately provide valuable information for producers and policy makers as they deal with a changing climate. This program announcement will compete and fund these three program areas separately. USDA-CSREES-SRGP-002194 (GG 4/6/09)
The primary goal of the Ir-4 program is to provide safe, effective and economical pest management solutions for growers of minor/specialty crops. IR-4 facilitates crop protection by providing expert assistance with product development and registration. Successful applicants will demonstrate the capacity and commitment required to accelerate the registration of newer, reduced risk pest management tools; expedite access to these pest management tools for minor/specialty crop growers, and conduct efficacy research to identify new and more effective minor/specialty crop pest management solutions. The FY 2009 IR-4 Program will fund four geographically-based IR-4 Regional Centers and an IR-4 National Headquarters. (GG 4/3/09)
The fellowships supported through the Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate and Postgraduate Fellowship Grants Program (NNF) are intended to encourage outstanding students to pursue and complete graduate degrees in critical areas of national need, through graduate programs at eligible institutions. For the FY 2009 award cycle CSREES intends to support graduate Fellowship training grants for both Master's and doctoral levels of study. Also, Special International Study or Thesis/Dissertation Research Travel Allowances (IRTA) awards will provide support for eligible USDA Fellows to conduct thesis/dissertation research or to undertake studies at sites outside of the United States. Post-doctoral Fellowships will not be awarded, under this grant announcement. USDA-CSREES-HEP-002116 (GG 3/13/09)
Fellowships support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to scholars and general audiences in the humanities. Recipients usually produce articles, monographs, books, digital materials, archaeological site reports, translations, editions, and other scholarly tools. Fellowships support continuous full-time work for a period of six to twelve months. 20090505-FA (GG 2/23/09)
These supplemental funds, appropriated under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), are intended to help stimulate the American economy. The Teacher Quality Partnership program seeks to improve the quality of new teachers working in high-need local educational agencies (LEAs) and high-need schools by creating successful and high-quality model Pre-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation programs and/or Teaching Residency programs for those qualified to begin teaching. Projects may also include a school leadership component to train superintendents, principals, early childhood educator program directors and other school leaders in high-need or rural LEAs. The full program announcement isn't yet available. ED-GRANTS-030909-004 (GG 3/12/09)
This American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Research Program will create new research jobs and new technologies that will provide further economic stimulus. This ARRA Research Program will investigate the underpinning science necessary to develop nanoscale additives for novel fuels. The ability to dissolve or suspend additives or catalysts in fuels has created the opportunity to develop new sets of desirable properties for fuels for aircraft, rockets, and satellites. An understanding of how these new catalytic processes occur and how multifunctional catalysts can be developed will be investigated. A multidisciplinary effort is required to address this developing opportunity including fundamental research in chemistry, physics, surface and materials science, and computational simulation and modeling. Full Announcement AFOSR-BAA-2009-3 will be posted within 10 days of this presolicitation notice. AFOSR-BAA-2009-3 (GG 4/3/09)
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) DE-FOA-0000050 is to award cooperative agreements for up to 8 years in duration which will, in effect, pre-qualify selected US Colleges/Universities to be eligible schools for students to select who are awarded (through a separate mechanism from this FOA) one-year scholarships and three-year fellowships by NE. Fellowship and scholarship funding will be distributed through the cooperative agreements to the schools the selected students will be attending Awards will be made to US Colleges/Universities offering major or minor degrees of study in nuclear science and engineering (NS&E) disciplines, including radiochemistry, health physics, and nuclear chemistry. DE-FOA-0000050 (GG 4/3/09)
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) is seeking innovative research and development of sensor and control systems to support the full-scale implementation and operation of highly efficient, near zero emission power generation technologies. These technologies include advanced combustion, gasification, turbines, fuel cells, gas cleaning and separation technologies, and carbon capture. Technology development is also in place for the concurrent production of synthetic fuels from coal and other domestic resources. DE-FOA-0000059 (GG 4/1/09)
The U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology, announces the availability of from one to five cooperative agreements for a fellowship program(s) to bring scientists and engineers at all stages of their careers to participate in research training or collaboration at NIST programs in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Boulder, Colorado and Charleston, SC. The recipient(s) will work jointly with NIST to identify candidates for fellowships. NIST will collaborate with the recipient(s) to select Fellows for particular research opportunities based on criteria developed in cooperation with the recipient(s). The recipient(s) will provide all stipends, benefits, administrative support, and other expenses associated with the fellowships using the funds from the cooperative agreement. 2009-NIST-ARRA-MSE-FELLOWSHIP-01 (GG 3/16/09)
The Atmospheric Composition Modeling and Analysis program (ACMAP) at NASA is oriented toward understanding the chemical, radiative, and dynamical processes controlling atmospheric composition of the troposphere and stratosphere. It achieves this through the analysis of atmospheric composition observations and their use to rigorously test the theoretical understanding of the atmosphere that is expressed in atmospheric models. ACMAP is also interested in prognostic studies utilizing tested models, such as those that are often requested for international assessment activities. Preference is given toward analysis of NASA observation utilizing NASA-supported modeling tools. NNH09ZDA001N-ACMA (GG 2/19/09)
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, is pleased to announce that it is seeking applications under the Recovery Act- Youth Mentoring Program with funding provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Under this solicitation, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention will be making awards to support local organizations that develop, implement, or expand local mentoring programs leading to measurable, positive outcomes for at-risk youth. This program furthers the Department's mission by enhancing the capacity of local mentoring programs to develop and implement mentoring strategies to reduce juvenile delinquency and prevent violence. OJJDP-2009-2118 (GG 3/11/09)