The FLAS fellowships award the graduate students up to $33,000 and undergraduate students up to $15,000 funded by the Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The FLAS Fellowship Applications for the Summer 2021 and Academic Year 2021-2022 is currently accepting applications.
The Doctoral Fellowship (DOC) program encourages current Ph.D./Th.D. students to consider theological education as their vocation. The Institute awards up to ten two-year Doctoral Fellowships of $2,000 per year. In addition, Fellows constitute a peer learning cohort that meets six times over a two year period.
Grants from the Mt. Cuba Astronomical Foundation will generally be made to colleges, universities, observatories and other non-profit organizations. Preferences will be given to proposals likely to be used by a number of astronomers.
Whether you are an academic institution interested in applying for a grant or another not-for-profit organization keen to tackle critical cancer related issues together, we want to hear from you.
At Rising Tide Foundation, we believe the market economy, in concert with limited government and rule of law, holds the greatest promise of freedom and prosperity for all.
This program aims to build a more secure, peaceful, and prosperous world through independent analysis and action addressing critical global challenges.
Carnegie Corporation of New York’s Democracy program supports civic integration of immigrants. The program also supports the protection of voting rights and promotes voter participation of all citizens. We work to foster a fair, diverse, and vibrant democracy that welcomes and offers opportunities to all.
Carnegie Corporation of New York grantmaking aims to ensure that American public education prepares all students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions they need to fully participate in democracy and thrive in the global economy.
Evidence for Action (E4A), a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), funds research that expands the evidence needed to build a Culture of Health.
What dramatic changes might we see in the next 5 to 15 years? What can we do today to create a better, more equitable tomorrow? We seek to answer these questions, anticipate the future, and support unconventional approaches and breakthrough ideas that can help lead the way to a future where everyone in the United States can live their healthiest life possible.