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Questions about funding sources, resources, agency offerings, proposal development? ORDE staff are available - in person, by telephone or e-mail.

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ORDE Updates

(04/16/15) ORDE has released an updated NSF CAREER Award Toolkit designed to provide potential proposers with an in-depth overview on this prestigious early career investigator funding opportunity

(04/09/15) Registration is open for all remaining Spring Semester ORDE Faculty Seminars; visit our Seminar Registration Page for details

(04/02/15) The April 2015 edition of the Grant Advisor Newsletter, detailing upcoming funding opportunities in all disciplines, is accessible from any computer on the network; please contact ORDE for this month's user name and password if accessing off-campus

(04/01/15) The Research Funding Opportunities for New Investigators e-Book has been completely updated; see the e-Books section on our Funding page

















































Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE)

Supporting Faculty Success in External Funding

ORDE is a faculty resource for information and resources related to obtaining external support for your research and teaching activities. We invite you to explore our website, talk with us and attend our Faculty Seminars.


Important funding agency updates and deadline announcements are highlighted on our Agency News Page. This week's additions are:


Institute of Education Sciences Grants
The Institute of Education Sciences in the US Department of Education has announced their Fiscal Year 2016 grant competitions for both the National Center for Education Research and the National Center for Special Education Research. Applications will be due in August, 2015.
More Details . . .

Cognitive Neuroscience Grants
Proposals to the National Science Foundation Cognitive Neuroscience Program, an interdisciplinary research effort focused on human cognition, are due in August 2015 and February 2016. The agency has released an updated program description.     More Details . . .


Updated 04/16/2015

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