Research Funding Update is published monthly by the office of Research Administration to notify the campus community about potential sources of external support for their research and scholarly activities.
Additional information about opportunities listed in the update can be obtained by clicking on the given link or by contacting your Sponsored Research Officer.
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ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Program: French American Fund for Contemporary Music
Agency: French American Cultural Exchange
Next Deadline: 3/30/2013
The French American Cultural Exchange supports contemporary music projects – commissions, residencies, performances, tours, and master classes – that foster cultural exchange between France and the United States. The Fund awards grants to nonprofit institutions celebrating the work of living composers in both countries. Collaborations combining new French and American works are especially encouraged.
Program: Institute for Historical Editing
Agency: National Archives and Records Administration
Next Deadline: 3/6/2013
The National Historical Publications and Records Commission seeks proposals to improve the training and education of people training to be or working as historical editors.
Program: Avant-Garde Masters Grants
Agency: National Film Preservation Foundation
Next Deadline: 2/28/2013
The National Film Preservation Foundation invites applications for the Avant-Garde Masters Grants. These cash preservation grants, made possible through the generosity of The Film Foundation, support laboratory work to preserve significant examples of America's avant-garde film heritage. The grants are available to nonprofit and public archives.
Program: Public Programming Award
Agency: Redd (Charles) Center for Western Studies
Next Deadline: 3/14/2013
The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies invites applications from private or public organizations for its public programming award. Any organization that is planning a conference, museum exhibit, lecture series or similar public program is eligible to apply. The proposed program should illuminate some aspect of the American experience in Idaho, Montana, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, or Colorado.