Jo Ann Emerson is the proposal development coordinator hired by The College of Business to assist faculty in preparing and submitting proposals to fund research. If you would like a consultation, contact Jo Ann Emerson at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by room 356A to visit. Funding Opportunities is a select list of current grant opportunities issued by federal agencies, private foundations, and a variety of other funding sources.
You may wish to review Grants.gov (available at http://www.grants.gov) for additional funding opportunities. Grants.gov centralizes more than 1,000 grant programs across all 26 federal grant-making agencies.
Proposal development assistance for CoB faculty includes:
identifying potential funding sources based on faculty research areas
initiating and managing collaborator and/or team meetings
editing, timeline management, budget, and submission assistance
collaborating with investigators and their project teams to develop competitive grant proposals from initial draft to final submission
Foundations with rolling or multiple deadlines:
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation http://www.sloan.org/apply-for-grants/
FINRA Investor Education Foundation http://www.finrafoundation.org/grants/general/guidelines/index.html
National Endowment for Financial Information http://www.nefe.org/what-we-provide/research-funding/grant-guidelines.aspx
Your Data Management Plan is a key component to a successful proposal. Visit this link http://unl.libguides.com/c.php?g=51638&p=333886 for detailed information, templates, and assistance.
When planning your submission timeline, make sure you know what supplemental documents are required. Sometimes these can trip you up!
For assistance preparing a competitive proposal, contact Jo Ann Emerson by email: email@example.com or stop by CoB 356A.
Agency for International Development (USAID)
Research and Innovation for Health Supply Chain Systems and Commodity Security
Application Deadline: 05/28/2019
The purpose of this APS is to publicize the United States Government's (USG) plan to fund a limited number of awards through the U.S. Agency for International Development's (USAID) Washington Global Health Bureau (GH) to: support research on a focused set of health supply chain systems and related commodity security issues in low and middle income countries.
Funds may support:(a) Formative, analytical research on challenges to improving supply chain systems and the enabling environments for commodity security; and/or (b) Development and testing of interventions in the field based on formative research conducted under this Annual Program Statement (APS) or from other sources.
Cost share required. Open throuh May 2019.
Full solicitation available on Grants.gov: http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html?keywords=APS-SOL-OAA-14-000115.
Charles Koch Foundation
Grants for undergrad and graduate research
Application Deadline: 02/01/2020
The Foundation accepts grants on a rolling basis. There are no deadline.The Foundation supports educational initiatives in economics, philosophy, entrepreneurship, criminal justice, and other disciplines that have a direct impact on opportunities to thrive. For more information, visit the sponsor website https://www.charleskochfoundation.org/our-giving/higher-education/