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One of the most urgent challenges facing the world today is ensuring an adequate supply and quality of water in light of both burgeoning human needs and climate variability and change. Despite its importance to life on Earth, there are major gaps in our basic understanding of water availability, quantity and dynamics, and the impact of both a changing and variable climate, and human activity, on the water system. The goal of the Water Sustainability and Climate (WSC) solicitation is to understand and predict the interactions between the water system and climate change, land use, the built environment, and ecosystem function and services through place-based research and integrative models. An individual may appear as Principal Investigator (PI), co-PI, other senior personnel or investigator on only one category 2 or category 3 or category 1 proposal. NSF 10-524 (GG 1/18/10)
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will award Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Institutional Research Training Grant (T32) to eligible institutions as the primary means of supporting predoctoral and postdoctoral research training to help ensure diverse and highly trained workforce is available to assume leadership roles related to the Nation's biomedical, behavioral and clinical research agenda. The primary objective of the T32 program is to prepare qualified individuals for careers that have a significant impact on the health-related research needs of the Nation. PA-10-036 (NIHG 11/27/09)
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) will award Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) Short-Term Institutional Research Training Grant (T35) to eligible institutions to develop or enhance research training opportunities for predoctoral and postdoctoral level individuals interested in careers in biomedical, behavioral and clinical research. Many of the NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs) use this grant mechanism exclusively to support intensive, short-term research training experiences for students in health professional schools during the summer. In addition, the Short-Term Institutional Research Training Grant may be used to support other types of predoctoral and postdoctoral training in focused, often emerging scientific areas relevant to the mission of the funding IC. PA-10-037 (NIHG 11/29/09)
The Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Program (FANRP) of the USDA Economic Research Service (ERS) announces the availability of funds and a request for applications to conduct research that focuses on USDA's domestic food assistance and nutrition programs. The three priority areas are: 1) Food Assistance and Children's Well-Being, 2) Interactions Between the Built Environment and Food Assistance Programs, and 3) Using Behavioral Economics and Incentives to Promote Child Nutrition. FANRP2010-002 (GG 2/12/10)
The Landmarks of American History and Culture program supports series of one-week residence-based workshops for a national audience of K-12 educators or community college faculty. NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture workshops use historic sites to address central themes and issues in American history, government, literature, art, music, and other related subjects in the humanities. The goals of the workshops are to increase knowledge and appreciation of subjects, ideas, and places significant to American history and culture; provide teachers with expertise in the use and interpretation of historical sites and of material and archival resources; and encourage historical and cultural sites to develop greater capacity and scale for professional development programs. 20100316-BH (GG 12/15/09)
The purpose of the 21st Century Museum Professionals program is to increase the capacity of museums by improving the knowledge and skills of museum professionals in multiple institutions. Grants fund a wide range of activities, including the development and implementation of classes, seminars, and workshops; resources to support leadership development; collection assessment, development, and/or dissemination of information that leads to better museum operations; activities that strengthen the use of contemporary technology tools to deliver programs and services; support for the enhancement of pre-professional training programs; and organizational support for the development of internship and fellowship programs. IMLS also welcome proposals that promote the skills necessary to develop 21st century communities, citizens, and workers. 21MP-FY10 (GG 12/10/09)
The NRC's Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research (RES) furthers the agency's regulatory mission by providing technical advice, technical tools and information for identifying and resolving safety issues, making regulatory decisions, and promulgating regulations and guidance. Proposals to conduct independent experiments and analyses, develop technical bases for supporting realistic safety decisions by the agency, and evaluating safety issues involving current and new designs and technologies will be accepted. This FOA allows the PDs/PIs to define the scientific focus or objectives of the research based on particular areas of interest and competence. Prior year RES awards include topics such as nuclear materials safety research, radioactive waste safety research, fire research, digital instrumentation and controls, advanced VHTR gas-cooled reactor, probabilistic risk assessment training, basic research on high temperature gas reactor thermal hydraulics and reactor physics. RGR-FN-1209-RES (GG 2/16/10)
This NASA Research Announcement (NRA) solicits proposals for supporting basic and applied research and technology across a broad range of Earth and space science program elements relevant to one or more of the following NASA Research Programs: Earth Science, Heliophysics, Planetary Science, and Astrophysics. Proposals due dates are scheduled starting on April 30, 2012, and continue through April 30, 2011. Electronically submitted Notices of Intent to propose are requested for most program elements, with the first such due date being March 15, 2010. NNH10ZDA001N
This program is designed to promote closer ties between scholarly Hispanicism in the US in the areas of humanities, social sciences, and the cultural and academic developments of Spain. Projects oriented toward the dissemination of Spanish culture throughout the academic systems of the US are reviewed for subsidy. Priority is given to those proposals of high scholarly quality which will have an important impact upon the field of Hispanicism, both regionally and nationwide.
The W.E.B. DuBois Fellowship Program seeks to advance knowledge regarding the confluence of crime, justice, and culture in various societal contexts. The Fellowship places particular emphasis on crime, violence, and the administration of justice in diverse cultural contexts within the United States. NIJ-2010-2441 (GG 2/16/10)
The National Institute of Justice is interested in funding multiple projects in support of criminal justice researcher-practitioner partnerships, as well as capturing, in detail, relevant accounts of these collaborations. Such partnerships have frequently been encouraged in solicitations for research. However, this solicitation specifically aims to support activities that capture and build on these efforts and that provide opportunities for creating, enhancing, and sustaining criminal justice researcher-practitioner partnerships that will lead to better criminal justice policy, practice, and research. For the purpose of this solicitation, a practitioner or criminal justice practitioner refers to those persons working in public-, private-, or community-based agencies related to law enforcement; corrections, including parole, probation, and offender reentry; the criminal justice system; or crime victim services. NIJ-2010-2427 (GG 2/2/10)
The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) are interested in receiving applications to supplement new investigators who have, or have a commitment of support to conduct research in basic or clinical alcohol or drug abuse research from funding sources other than NIH (e.g. private foundation). The primary goal of this Support Opportunity for Addiction Research (SOAR) is for new investigators to leverage existing research programs in order to strengthen, possibly expand, and/or further develop alcohol, drug abuse, and co-morbidity research. RFA-DA-10-015 (NIHG 12/4/09)
The Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship provides funding for the pursuit of Masters or Doctorate Degrees in transportation related disciplines. The program objectives are: 1) to attract the nation's brightest minds to the field of transportation, 2) to enhance the careers of transportation professionals by encouraging them to seek advanced degrees, and 3) to retain top talent in the transportation industry of the United States. The Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship Program encompasses all modes of transportation. DTFH64-10-RA-00001 (GG 12/30/09)
The NIJ Ph.D. Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) program provides awards for research on crime, violence, and other criminal justice-related topics to accredited universities that support graduate study leading to research-based doctoral degrees. NIJ invests in doctoral education by supporting universities that sponsor students who demonstrate the potential to successfully complete doctoral degree programs in disciplines relevant to the mission of NIJ. Applicants sponsoring doctoral students in policy and health sciences or in an education field are eligible to apply only if the doctoral research dissertation is in an NIJ-supported discipline (i.e., social and behavioral sciences, operations technology, information and sensors research and development, and investigate and forensic sciences). NIJ-2010-2429 (GG 2/2/10)