NSF IGE projects will generate potentially transformative models for improvements in graduate education that prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers for the full range of possible STEM career paths to advance the nation’s STEM enterprise. Please refer to the following limited submission guidelines.
Syracuse University has been invited by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to nominate an eligible faculty member in the humanities and the humanistic social sciences for consideration for a https://mellon.org/programs/higher-education-and-scholarship-humanities/fellowships/new-directions-fellowships/. Candidates will be faculty members awarded doctorates within the last 6–12 years whose research interests call for formal training in another discipline. Please refer to the following internal call for applications.
The College of Arts and Sciences Humanities Council is pleased to facilitate the 2019 NEH Summer Stipend program internal competition [link to new limited submission page]. The University may nominate two faculty members for the national competition. The program provides $6,000 grants for two consecutive full-time months of research and writing.
The 8th Round of New York State Regional Economic Development Council Competitions (REDC Announcement) has been announced.
In order to facilitate the strongest, competitive applications from Syracuse University, the Office of Research is requesting submissions of concepts from any interested faculty, institutional units, and/or interdisciplinary teams by 9:00 a.m., Monday, June 18th.
Syracuse University has been invited to nominate one faculty member to the Pew Biomedical Scholars Competition for 2019. If you meet the criteria and wish to apply, please submit the following pre-proposal materials as a single PDF to Melissa Whipps (email@example.com) by 5:00 pm on Friday June 1, 2018.
1) Research project description
Format: All text, including figure captions = 12 point Times New Roman; 1” margins all sides; 3 pages in length inclusive of figures but excluding references
- Statement of the project to be undertaken
- Aims and objectives
- Methods to be used
- Potential significance of the research
- How this project fits into your ‘big picture’ plans (2 – 3 paragraphs recommended)
2) Curriculum vitae (NSF or NIH format)
3) Letter of support from your Chair. Letter should address:
- Your most significant research contributions to date
- The most innovative and novel aspects of your proposed research including any risky or creative approaches you might use to achieve your goals
- How you personally would benefit from the Pew Scholarship and why your particular research is personally significant.
Eligibility for the 2019 award
- Candidates must have been awarded a doctorate in biomedical sciences, medicine or a related field.
- As of Oct. 15, 2018, nominees must hold full-time appointments at the rank of assistant professor. (Appointments such as Research Assistant Professor, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor Research Track, Visiting Professor or Instructor are not eligible.)
- On June 29, 2018, candidates must have been in such an appointment for less than three years (not appointed before June 29, 2015), whether or not such an appointment was on a tenure track. Time spent in clinical internships, residencies, or in work toward board certification does not count as part of this three-year limit
- Candidates may be nominated by their institution two times in total. ALL applicants must be nominated by their institution and must complete the 2019 online application.
Based on their performance during their education and training, candidates should demonstrate outstanding promise as contributors in science relevant to human health. Strong proposals will incorporate particularly creative and innovative approaches. Candidates whose work is based on biomedical principles, but brings in concepts and theories from more diverse fields, are encouraged to apply. Risk-taking is encouraged. Selection of the successful candidates will be based on a detailed description of the work that the applicant proposes to undertake, evaluations of the candidate’s performance, and notable past accomplishments, including honors, awards and publications. In evaluating the candidates, the National Advisory Committee gives considerable weight to evidence that the candidate is a successful independent investigator and has published significant work.
Funding from the NIH, other government sources, and project grants from non-profit associations do not pose a conflict with the Pew scholars program.
Terms of the Award
An award of $75,000 per year will be provided to the sponsoring institution for use by the scholar over the four-year period, subject to annual review of the scholar’s progress. Grant agreements will be issued in August of the award year. Annual progress reports are required, describing research accomplishments, project status, and future directions. In addition, financial reports are required annually accounting for grant expenditures. Funding for the second, third and fourth years is contingent upon timely submission of acceptable financial and narrative progress reports and attendance at the annual meeting in March during the four-year term.
The awarded funds may be used at the discretion of the Pew scholar, for personnel, equipment, supplies, or travel directly related to the scholar’s research and as to best advance his or her research and career. Not more than $12,500 of the annual award may be used for the scholar’s salary (including benefits). Should the funds not be immediately required, they may be accumulated and carried over through the four years of the grant period, and, with written approval of the program office, the grant may be extended for one additional (fifth) year (without additional funds). Not more than 8 percent of the total award may be allocated for overhead costs. It is expected that Pew scholars will spend at least 80 percent of their time in work related to the accomplishment of their overall research goals. However, Pew provides flexible support to the overall research aims of the scholar and does not monitor or restrict percentage of effort or time of Pew scholars.
During the four-year scholarship term, program participants are required to attend an annual meeting held in March. All expenses for attendees’ travel, lodging, and meals are paid by Pew. The meeting provides Pew scholars with an opportunity to present their research and for scientific collaboration and exchange with other scholars and members of the National Advisory Committee.