Selected Limited Submissions
The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced a second phase of the 2024 Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program and a new focus on political polarization in the United States. For at least the next three years, the program will ask scholars to help Americans understand how and why our society has become so polarized and what we can do to strengthen the forces of cohesion in American society. Fellowships are awarded to 30 exceptional scholars, journalists and public intellectuals, for either one or two years, which will enable recipients to, among other things, travel, hire research assistants and take sabbaticals from their institutions to focus on their research. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact your Dean or Associate Dean to learn more about the nomination process.
Internal Competition (InfoReady): Internal Deadline: 9/22/23
External Solicitation: External Deadline: 11/15/23
Limitation: Two per IU.
Nordstrom is dedicated to supporting causes that provide basic needs to youth and their families. The Nordstrom Cares Community Grants Program will accept applications in the areas of education literacy, early childhood development, high school readiness and graduation, health care, preventative care, supportive health services, human services, food, shelter and safety, and particularly how these areas affect youths.
Internal Deadline (InfoReady): Internal Deadline: 9/28/23
External Solicitation: Internal Deadline: 10/31/23
Award: $5,000 - $20,000
Limitation: One per IU. Contact email@example.com.
The Centers for Innovation and Community Engagement in Solid Earth Geohazards program supports university-based centers to advance research on the fundamental solid Earth processes that underpin natural hazards. The Program has two tracks: Track I – Center Catalyst awards are intended to provide resources to catalyze initiatives to develop future centers. These awards would support groups to develop the science, management and broader impact concepts for a major research center. Track II – Center Operation awards are intended to support the operation of a fully developed center.
Internal Competition (InfoReady): Internal Deadline: 10/10/2023
External Competition: External Deadline: Required LOI 11/16/2023, Full proposal 3/15/24
Award: Up to $500,000 - $3,000,000
Limitation: Two per IU. No more than two proposals across both tracks may be submitted by any Lead institution.
For more limited submissions, see the IU Research Limited Submissions website, or use Pivot to search for external funding.