INTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNIITES
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With generous support from the National Science Foundation, the Academic Careers in Engineering and Science (ACES) program at Case Western Reserve University seeks to contribute to the development of a national science and engineering (S&E) workforce that includes the full participation of women at all levels of faculty and academic leadership
ADVANCE Opportunity Fund 10/15 for Spring Funding, 5/15 for Fall Funding
ADVANCE Distinguished Lectureships 10/15 for Spring Funding, 5/15 for Fall Funding
Complete application guidelines, deadlines, application forms, and eligibility requirements may be found on the following pages:
The Baker-Nord Seminar 2007-08 Theme not yet posted
Senior Faculty Fellowships 2006-07 DEADLINE PASSED
Seminar Scholarships 2006-07 DEADLINE PASSED
Visiting Collaborator Grants DEADLINE PASSED
Event Co-Sponsorships (Accepting applications for Fall 2006 and Spring 2007 only)
Wikshops 2006-07 DEADLINE PASSED
Sometimes a grantor will only accept a specific number of applications from an instuition. In these insances, there is often first an internal call for prospective nominees. After a review of applicants, faculty/staff are then nominated to the grantor to submit a proposal. Should you find a particular grant opportunity like this and there has not yet been an internal call, please notify the Grant and Fellowship Specialist, for further information
The Library Opportunity Fund is a grant program developed by Kelvin Smith Library and the Arts & Sciences Library Advisory Committee. The program awards funding to faculty to acquire interdisciplinary or specialized resources which will enhance the librarys current collecting, as well as foster collaboration between faculty and librarians.
2006 Call for Proposals DEADLINE PASSED
UCITE administers the Walter Nord Grants, the Glennan Fellows Grants, and Faculty Teaching Grants.
Nord Fellowships (currently suspended)
Teaching grants (currently suspended)
The W. P. Jones Presidential Faculty Development Fund makes available small grants (usually up to $4,000) to support the scholarly activities of untenured tenure-track faculty members in the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
Notice to Faculty 2006-07 DEADLINE PASSED
The College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a $205,000 McGregor Fund grant to support A World-Wide Learning Environment. The grant proposes to develop new and innovative ways to build international experiences into the educational lives of Case's undergraduates through travel, the development of international relationships in courses and programs through the use of advanced communication technologies, and innovative teaching and learning initiatives that result in expanded international experiences.
This is a fellowship for scholars interested in pursuing post-baccalaureate study at a university in continental Europe or in South America. Fields of study include literature, European and South American history, diplomatic history, and international law. Recipients must be U.S. citizens holding a bachelor’s degree, be interested in pursuing a diplomatic career, and be proficient in French and one other European language. The $20,000 fellowship will help defray the costs related to the program of study.