The Office for Research and Innovation (ORI) requests applications for the 2019-2020 Discretionary Funding Initiative (DFI). The Discretionary Funding Initiative, funded by the Michigan State University Foundation, provides bridge funds for tenure stream faculty for additional studies needed for resubmission of an unsuccessful, but nearly fundable application to the same program within an agency.
Applications are now open for this year’s International Studies & Programs scholarships and grant opportunities. The deadline is March 1st, 2020.
Twelve MSU faculty have been selected to receive HARP development funding to support their research leading to creative and performance projects or activities in the arts and humanities.
The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization (MTRAC) Innovation Hub for Ag & Bio is the first in a series of specialized statewide commercialization programs with in-depth domain expertise in specific areas of research.
The Humanities and Arts Research Program (HARP) Session II deadlines are coming up in January. HARP provides internal grants for book, recording, or other exhibit production. Please visit the HARP webpage for full details at https://vp.research.msu.edu/find-funding/msu-funding-opportunities.
Science + Society @ State announces seed grant deadlines.
University faculty are encouraged to submit nominations for deserving individuals to receive honorary degrees by January 20. Nominations must first be approved by a College dean.
NSF is standardizing the format for biographical sketches, which are required for all senior personnel included in a proposal. Beginning in January 2020, NSF will only accept biographical sketches that are generated through use of an NSF-approved format.
Join your fellow Spartans and #GiveGreen on National Day of Giving December 3, 2019.
Please complete this survey to indicate your future HPC needs.