June 2016

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June, 2016

Volume 5 , Issue 6
Grant Award Recipients

Congratulations to:

Dr. Celine Manoosingh, with the Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Management, who received a research grant from the Engineering Information Foundation.

Dr. Fredrick Rich, with the Department of Geology and Geography, who received a research grant from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Kania Greer, with the Department of Interdisciplinary STEM Education, who received a research grant from the  Richmond County Board of Education.

Grant Forward – Tailoring your Grant Recommendations   GrantForward-BigAlt

GrantForward is a subscription search engine funded by the Vice President for Research and Economic Development to assist faculty in finding the right funding source to support targeted research.  The service allows faculty to set up automated custom searches to narrow the field of funding opportunities to increase success rate with a solid match.  The service has added new filters to simplify your search.   Grant Forward is offering a complimentary webinar titled “Tailoring your Grant Recommendations” on June 10th, 2016 at 1:00 – 1:30 PM EST (2 – 2:30 PM CST)  to assist faculty in creating effective searches.

Register for this webcast here and view it on your individual computer.  Explore all of the searches and search engines available through ORSSP here.

Arts Envoy Program Offers Opportunities for the Humanities
“The Arts Envoy Program annually enables approximately 200 American artists and cultural experts (known as Arts Envoys) to travel abroad for inRoyalty-free people clipart picture of diverse children holding hands and standing around the globe, on a white background.dividual programs or as part of an ensemble or group to engage and consult with key foreign audiences through performances, workshops, meetings, seminars, and appearances in foreign media. By addressing topics identified and developed by U.S. Missions (generally U.S. Embassies and Consulates) worldwide in cooperation with ECA, the program promotes an understanding of U.S. policies and institutions, and the political, economic, social, and cultural context from which they arise. Arts Envoy individuals and groups are programmed in one or more countries with a variety of audiences from a wide range of disciplines in the cultural arena, including in the performing and visual arts, and in arts management, as well as with museum professionals and other cultural experts. Arts Envoy programs range from five days to six weeks in length.”
 
Applications for the next funding window will be due at the end of May, 2017.  The new announcement will be posted in April of 2017.  Take advantage of the update by email link to follow the announcement changes during the year.  Plan early to be ready to apply!  For additional information click here.
 
Funding Available for Research to Support Opiate Drug Abuse Prevention.
The DOJ anti-opiate abuse grant bill passed opening the way to the formation and funding of a new $103 million dollar program to support opiate drug abuse prevention research.
Grants.gov New Release Forecasts the Future of Funding
grantsgov-release-logo4Grants.gov will make significant changes with release 15.2 on June 18-20, 2016.  The biggest change will be the addition of grant forecasting to allow researchers to see the likely funding opportunities coming from grantors.

The new forecasting tool should benefit both grantors and applicants.  By posting a forecast on Grants.gov, grantors can increase the views for each opportunity and provide more time for applicants to prepare.

Forecasts help applicants find out about opportunities sooner, providing more time for planning. This additional time to prepare the application and coordinate key partnerships may result in higher-quality applications.

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