4W Innovation Grants invite applications from faculty and staff. Spencer Foundation invites applications to its Small Grants on Education program. American Philosophical Society welcomes applications in Native American linguistics and ethnohistory. In policy news, NSF has released the 2020 proposal and award guidelines, which includes changes to Current and Pending Support and Biosketch formatting.
SoHE incentive funding opportunity: CCFW/CDL/P25 invites research proposals, due February 14th. SoHE course release incentive funding applications are due March 1st. Newly released: Alliant Energy Center Foundation invites applications for small community grants, due March 1. Several ED/SBS IRB workshops are offered in the coming semester.
Find the complete list of current funding opportunities posted to the “Research funding opps, news & info” blog. Funding Opportunities for the week of January 13-17, 2020 INTERNAL – SoHE: SoHE research leads have issued calls for research incentive funding (“seed”) proposals for 2019-20, available only to those in SoHE. Proposal due dates are as […]
SoHE internal funding opportunities will close in mid-January. A final reminder that the ICTR Pilot Award program LOI deadline is January 15th. Newly released: The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood invites LOIs, due January 31, 2020.
SoHE research funding opportunities have been issued. UW Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program (IARP) proposals are due January 31. Russell Sage Foundation is accepting applicants to one of four summer institutes, with due dates in February.
SoHE internal funding opportunities are available. Morgridge Center for Public Service CBR grants and course development grants are due January 3rd. Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program invites proposals for artist residencies. UW’s Data Science is hosting the Data Science Research Bazaar on January 24-25.
UW ICTR has released its Pilot Award Program call for proposals. SoHE internal funding calls are beginning to be released by the research leads. The William T. Grant Foundation invites proposals to its Reducing Inequality program. In NIH news, the open comment period on Data Management and Sharing is available through January 10th, and NIH has issued a guide notice to expand inclusivity and promote workforce diversity.
This week’s research recap includes information about the NIH’s invitation for comment on a draft data management policy and guidance, and links and resources on the UW Office of Business Engagement’s newly updated website.
This week’s research recap includes newly released funding opportunities from the Center for Retirement Research (CRR) at Boston College; and from the Russell Sage Foundation Small Grants Program.
This week’s research recap includes a final reminder about WI Idea Baldwin Pre-Proposals, which are due November 11th along with a re-posting of upcoming proposal deadlines for UW Global Health Institute and the Retirement Research Foundation (RRF) LOI call.
This week’s research recap includes newly released funding opportunities from the UW Global Health Initiative and the National Endowment for Financial Education. Also upcoming is the Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline – due November 11th.
This week’s research recap includes a reminder about the Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline and a new proposal call for doctoral dissertation research from the Horowitz Foundation.
This week’s research recap has information about the upcoming Baldwin WI Idea pre-proposal deadline, and proposal calls from the Gates Foundation and Russell Sage Foundation. Training events include an IRB workshop and the Researcher Regulatory Fair.
Funding Opportunities UW Office of the Provost: Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Pre-Proposals are due November 11, 2019. SoHE faculty planning to submit a pre-proposal are asked to notify Sarah Marcotte, SoHE pre-award research administrator, by November 1, 2019, for planning purposes. Sarah can also pre-review the budget and provide non-technical/compliance review of the pre-proposal. Russell Sage […]
A new book by SoHE professor Sarah Halpern-Meekin proposes the idea of “social poverty” as a key factor in people’s well-being and decisions.
In between putting on fashion shows, designing fabrics and constructing garments for class projects, some students majoring in Textiles and Fashion Design find time to make clothes for themselves to wear. Emily Popp challenged herself two semesters ago to wear only the clothes she had personally designed and fabricated for an entire semester, calling it her “fashion […]
Ruth Ketterer Harris Lecture Thursday, November 1, 2018 7 – 8 pm, Room 2235 Nancy Nicholas Hall 1300 Linden Drive, Madison The Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection is pleased to host Prof. Marina Moskowitz as its 2018 Ruth Ketterer Harris Lecturer. Prof. Marina Moskowitz is the Lynn and Gary Mecklenburg Chair in Textiles, Material Culture, […]
Associate Dean and Professor Connie Flanagan has been awarded a $1.19M 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation’s ITEST (Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers) program. As the Principal Investigator for this project, “Strategies: Urban STEM Stewards: Expanding Career Interests through Citizen‐Science with Community Partners” Flanagan will assess the effectiveness of a community environmental science […]
Even though we may have all breathed a sigh of relief on June 20 with President Trump’s Executive Order ending family separations, the crisis has not ended. Even before arriving at our borders, the children in the headlines and heart-wrenching photos in the news this week were already acutely vulnerable. It is often extreme violence […]
As SoHE’s Director of Career and Leadership Development, Alicia Hazen is an expert on coaching student from school to career. In a Q&A, she provides insights on how students can best navigate their time here at SoHE, how to make the most out of working with advisers, and getting an early start on the job search process. Read on […]
Consumers Set the Tone | New Years Resolutions | Bright Ideas for 2018 Consumer Science Assistant Professor Dee Warmath’s keen perspectives on the collision between high consumer confidence and retail store closings can be heard in this interview on Wisconsin Public Radio Is it that time of year again? New Years Resolutions come […]
Were you inspired by an instructor, participated in case study competition, stained your hands in the textile dye lab, traveled to a conference, had an internship, created a new organization or discovered a new way of working within a community? The School of Human Ecology Annual Fund was a part of making it happen because […]
Mission: To empower students in defining and pursuing their life goals through evidence-based instruction in household and personal financial management. The Badger$ense Financial Life Skills program (formerly known as Financial Life Skills), as part of the Wisconsin Financial Capabilities Initiative, started in 2014 to provide students across UW with unique and innovative opportunities to learn about managing […]