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Common Anthropology Funders

Wenner-Gren Foundation

National Science Foundation

Archaeology and Archaeometry

Biological Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology Scholars

High-Risk Research in Biological Anthropology and Archaeology  (HRRBAA)

Integrative Paleoanthropology Grants  (IPG) […Read more]

Samuel Kress Fellowships: Conservation

Deadline: January 22, 2016

Award: $32,000 for one -year post graduate internships.

Conservation Fellowships are offered for one-year internships in advanced conservation at a museum or conservation facility.

The Kavli Foundation

Deadline: No Deadline listed

Award: $1,000,000

The Foundation’s mission is implemented through an international program of research institutes, professorships, symposia and other initiatives in the fields of astrophysics, nanoscience, neuroscience and theoretical physics.

Poets and Writers: Writing Contests, Grants and Awards

Deadlines: Varies

Award: Varies

The Writing Contests, Grants & Awards database includes details about the creative writing contests—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, and more—that we’ve published in Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year. We carefully review the practices and policies of each contest before including it. Ours is the most trusted resource for legitimate writing contests available anywhere.

To search their database please visit: http://www.pw.org/grants

Poets and Writers: Conferences and Residencies Database

Deadline: Varies

Award: Varies

Conferences and Residencies Database

The Conferences & Residencies database includes details about over two hundred writing conferences, writers residencies, and literary festivals. Also includes artist residencies, including performing artists.

 

Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC)

Deadline: January 15, 2016 (tentative)

Award: Up to $50,000 per project for up to one year of support

The CTSC Annual Pilot Program is for researchers to conduct innovative translational research projects focused on the invention, preclinical development and/or first in man studies of novel therapeutic agents, biomedical devices, and diagnostics designed to address unmet clinical needs.

Hartwell Foundation Individual Biomedical Research Award

Deadline: Varies

Award: Support for two years at $50,000 direct cost per year to support

Qualifying institutions choose an individual to receive a Hartwell Fellowship, according to the following process. Each year The Hartwell Foundation announces its Top Ten Centers of Biomedical Research. Selected institutions hold an internal competition to nominate four principal investigators for a Hartwell Individual Biomedical Research Award that are eager to pursue early-stage, innovative, and cutting- edge biomedical research that that has the potential to benefit children but that has not yet qualified for significant funding from outside sources. Institutions that fully participate in the process to select Hartwell Investigators receive funding to support one Hartwell Fellow.

American Chemical Society

Deadline: December 31, 2015

Award: Stipend up to $74,800 and Allowances

The ACS Congressional Fellowship Program places two fellows each year as staff members in the office of a Senator, Representative, or Committee. As part of a broader effort administered by AAAS that places more than 30 scientists per year in Congress, the program has two main goals: to provide policy-makers with high quality information on science-related issues and to educate scientists on how government works and how science policy is made.

Samuel Kress Fellowships: History of European Art

Deadline November 30, 2015

Award $60,000

We serve the field of art history as practiced in American art museums and institutions of higher education, and in an array of research centers and libraries throughout the world. We further support training and research in art conservation as well as the professional practice of art conservation.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Distinguished Investigator

Deadline: November 15, 2015 (tentative)

Award: Up to $100,000 over two years

Through our programs, we have taken a leadership role in identifying and encouraging into treatment people who have the highest risk for suicide. We educate the public by disseminating vital information about suicide and its prevention.