July 23, 2010 (Vol. 19, No. 29)

Program Information

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Limited Submissions

Limited submission programs have sponsor restrictions on the number of proposals that may be submitted by a single institution and will require institutional screening to determine which applications will be submitted. Dr. Jim Guikema, Associate Vice President for Research, is the internal coordinator for limited submission programs. Please notify him at 785-532-6195, email: guikema@ksu.edu, by the Internal due date listed in the Funding Bulletin (FB 29-10) or by at least two months prior to the sponsor deadline if you wish to submit to a limited submission program. Currently posted Internal Deadlines:

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GENERAL

29-1 Grant Funds for Fiscal Year 2011 (NOAA)

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration publishes this notice to provide the general public with a consolidated source of program and application information related to its competitive grant and cooperative agreement award offerings for fiscal year (FY) 2011. (FR 7/16/10)

Deadline: Varies

ARTS & HUMANITIES

29-2 American Heritage Preservation Grants (IMLS)

The purpose of the American Heritage Preservation Grants program is to raise awareness and fund preservation of treasures held in small and mid-sized museums, libraries and archives that convey the essential character and heritage of the community in which they are now held. AHPG-FY11 (GG 7/16/10)

Deadline: 9/15/2010

AGRICULTURE

29-3 North Caucasus Agricultural Development Project (USAID)

The North Caucasus Agricultural Development Project's objective is to strengthen agricultural value chains in selected regions of the NC and will be achieved through improving production skills and trading in agriculture. USAID-RUSSIA-ORD-10-0005-RFA (GG 7/19/20)

Deadline: 9/3/2010

ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS & PHYSICAL SCIENCES

29-4 Materials World Network: Cooperative Activity in Materials Research between US Investigators and their Counterparts Abroad (MWN) (NSF)

That National Science Foundation is working jointly with counterpart national, regional and multinational funding organizations worldwide to enhance opportunities for collaborative activities in materials research and education between US investigators and their colleagues abroad. This solicitation describes an activity to foster opportunities for such collaborations. It includes joint activities between NSF and funding organizations in Africa, the Americas, through the Inter-American Materials Collaboration (CIAM); Asia and Europe. Proposals submitted to NSF in response to this solicitation must have clear relevance to research supported by the NSF Division of Materials Research (DMR), as they will be evaluated within the context of programmatic areas within DMR: condensed matter physics, solid state and materials chemistry, polymers, biomaterials, metallic materials and nanostructures, ceramics, electronic and photonic materials, and condensed matter and materials theory. NSF will accept proposals from US academic institutions addressing collaborations between researchers from the US and participating countries or regions. Concurrently, investigators at non-US research institutions should submit to the counterpart funding organization in their country or region a request for support of their side of the collaboration. An investigator may serve as PI or Co-PI in either a) a proposal submitted in response to this solicitation or, b) an unsolicited proposal submitted to the Division of Materials Research within the FY2011 DMR submission window, but not both. NSF 10-588

Deadline: 11/10/2010

29-5 Climate Program Office (NOAA) (DOC)

Changing climate confronts society with significant economic, health, safety, and national security challenges. NOAA has important responsibilities in conducting observations, research, prediction, and information management for the purpose of understanding and responding to climate and global change. The NOAA Climate Program Office (CPO) manages the competitive research programs in which NOAA funds high-priority climate science to advance understanding of Earth's climate system and its atmospheric, oceanic, land and snow and ice components. The CPO is in the process of restructuring its grants programs that will go into effect with this announcement of opportunity. The grants activities are now organized within four Programs: Climate Observations and Monitoring, Earth System Science, Modeling, Analysis, Predictions, and Projections, and Climate and Societal Interactions. In addition, the CPO announces an opportunity in FY 2011 that cuts across these four Programs to deal with Improving NOAA's Climate Services for the Coastal Zone. NOAA-OAR-CPO-2011-2002561 (GG 7/20/10)

Deadline: 9/10/2010

29-6 ROSES 2010: Earth Surface and Interior (NASA)

The Earth Surface and Interior (ESI) focus area can be divided into three thematic areas, Land Surface Change and associated Natural Hazards; Space Geodesy; and Earth's Planetary Interior--its structure and dynamics, that address the following four research questions within the Earth Science Division: 1) Prediction: How can knowledge of the Earth's surface change be used to predict and mitigate natural hazards? 2) Variability: How is the Earth's surface being transformed by naturally occurring tectonic and climatic processes? 3) Forcing: What are the dynamics of the Earth's interior and how do these forces drive change at the Earth's surface? 4) Response: How is global sea level affected by natural variability and human induced change in the Earth System? NNH10ZDA001N-ESI (GG 7/19/10)

Deadline: Letters of Intent 8/2/2010; Applications 10/1/2010

29-7 Computer and Network Systems (CNS): Core Programs (NSF)

CISE's Division of Computer and Network Systems (CNS) supports research and education projects that develop new knowledge in two core programs: The Computer Systems Research (CSR) program; and The Networking Technology and Systems (NeTS) program. Proposers are invited to submit proposals in three project classes, which are defined as follows: Small Projects; Medium Projects; and Large Projects. NSF 10-573

Deadline: Medium 9/15/2010; Large 11/28/2010; Small 12/17/2010

29-8 Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS): Core Programs (NSF)

CISE's Division of Information and Intelligent Systems (IIS) supports research and education projects that develop new knowledge in three core programs: The Human-Centered Computing program; The Information Integration and Informatics program; and The Robust Intelligence program. IIS is also responsible for managing the review process for proposals in Computer Graphics and Visualization; these proposals may be submitted to any of the three core programs described above. Proposers are invited to submit proposals in three project classes which are defined as follows: Small Projects; Medium Projects; and Large projects. NSF 10-571

Deadline: Medium 9/15/2010; Large 11/28/2010; Small 12/17/2010

29-9 Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF): Core Programs (NSF)

CISE's Division of Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF) supports research and education projects that develop new knowledge in three core programs: The Algorithmic Foundations program; The Communications and Information Foundations program; and The Software and Hardware Foundations Program. Proposers are invited to submit proposals in three project classes, which are defined as follows: Small Projects; Medium Projects; and Large Projects. NSF 10-572

Deadline: Medium 9/15/2010; Large 11/28/2010, Small 12/17/2010

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES

29-10 Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase Diversity in Health-Related Research (R25) (NIH) (HHS)

The NIH recognizes a unique and compelling need to promote diversity in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences research workforce. The NIH expects efforts to diversify the workforce to lead to the recruitment of the most talented researchers from all groups; to improve the quality of the educational and training environment; to balance and broaden the perspective in setting research priorities; to improve the ability to recruit subjects from diverse backgrounds into clinical research protocols; and to improve the Nation's capacity to address and eliminate health disparities. This FOA issued by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, solicits Research Education (R25) applications from institutions/organizations to promote diversity in undergraduate and health professional student populations by providing short-term research education support to stimulate career development in cardiovascular, pulmonary, and hematologic diseases research. Only one application per health professional school may be submitted for a given receipt date. Although a university may have more than one Short-Term Research Education Program to Increase Diversity in Health-Related Research, they may not be in the same school. RFA-HL-11-024 (NIHG 7/16/10)

Deadline: Internal 8/1/2010; Letters of Intent 9/1/2010; Applications 10/1/2010

SOCIAL SCIENCES

29-11 Secondary Analyses of Social and Behavioral Datasets in Aging (R03) (NIH)

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), issued by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), is seeking small grant (R03) applications to conduct secondary analysis of social and behavioral data in aging. Specifically, NIA seeks applicants to: 1) stimulate and facilitate secondary analysis of data related to dynamics of health and disability, cognition, psychosocial and sociodemographic factors, genetics, and biomarkers, long term care, caregiving, behavioral medicine, retirement, economic status; 2) provide support for preliminary projects using secondary analysis that could lead to subsequent applications for other research grant award mechanisms; 3) provide support for analyses of new databases and experimental modules for purposes such as informing the design and content of future study waves; and 4) provide support for pilot research on under-utilized databases. PA-10-139 (GG 3/17/10)

Deadline: 10/16/2010, 2/16/2011, 6/16/2011

STUDENTS

29-12 Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant Program (HUD)

The purpose of the Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant (DDRG) program is to enable doctoral candidates enrolled at institutions of higher education accredited by a national or regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to complete their dissertations on policy-relevant housing and urban development issues. Institutions of higher education accredited by a national or regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education that sponsor doctoral students are eligible to apply. An institution can sponsor more than one doctoral student. FR-5415-N-10 (GG 7/16/10)

Deadline: 8/16/2010

29-13 SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (NSF)

The National Science Foundation's Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS), Division of Social and Economic Sciences (SES), Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS), and the SBE Office of Multidisciplinary Activities (SMA) award grants to doctoral students to improve the quality of dissertation research. These grants provide funds for items not normally available through the student's university. Additionally, these grants allow doctoral students to undertake significant data-gathering projects and to conduct field research in settings away from their campus that would not otherwise be possible. Proposals are judged on the basis of their scientific merit, including the theoretical importance of the research question and the appropriateness of the proposed data and methodology to be used in addressing the question. NSF 06-605 (GG 6/25/10)

Deadline: Varies