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NSF EPSCoR Outreach – Summer 2016 Lab Experience for High School Students

5,000 of NSF EPSCoR funding is available for one UM or UMMC Summer 2016 outreach project to high school students. UM and UMMC white papers should be submitted on or before 2/1/2016, using the UM InfoReady portal at: https://olemiss.infoready4.com/. New users to this portal will first need Register (top right link on the web page) for an InfoReady account, using their UM or UMMC e-mail address. The competition is listed in the portal as EPSCoR High School Student Outreach Summer 2016.

NAS Gulf Research Program Exploratory Grants 2016

 

Exploratory grants that seek to break new ground to address an old or a new problem through innovation on one of two topics:

The Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Program: Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium

Graduate Students and Law Students:  Would you like to conserve ocean and coastal resources?  Become a Sea Grant Knauss Marine Policy Fellow and use your natural or social science knowledge to work on environmental issues.  A placement process will match you with  a federal agency or Congressional office in  Washington, D.C., where you will work for one year as a paid fellow.

In one year you will:

National Education Association Learning and Leadership Grants 2016

 
Learning & Leadership Grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education for one of the following two purposes: 

Spencer Foundation Small Research Grants

http://www.spencer.org/small-research-grants

The Foundation currently accepts proposals for small research grants, with a budget limit of $50,000.  The foundation leaves the duration of the project up to the PI/research team to determine, with the expectationthat it will be appropriate for the work being proposed.  The foundation currently receives over 500 proposals per year, of which they can fund roughly 10%.

NEH Digital Projects for the Public 2016

http://www.neh.gov/grants/public/digital-projects-the-public

Digital Projects for the Public grants support projects that significantly contribute to the public’s engagement with the humanities.

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