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By Admin (on 5/17/2018 @ 14:51:45, in Funding Opportunities, read 92 times)
This is a reminder that the internal grant proposals are due annually by the third Friday in October (10/19/18). Eligible UNO faculty and research employees are encouraged to apply for one of these awards as a means of honing their grant-making skills, and for the purpose of developing new areas of research or scholarly endeavors.

Proposal Announcement to Campus: August 17, 2018

Deadline for ORSP Routing Form & Proposal Documents:October 19, 2018

Review by Research Council:November 2018

Announce Awardees to Campus:January or February 2019

 
By Carol Lunn (on 4/22/2018 @ 16:12:29, in Funding Opportunities, read 135 times)
The Grants Resource Center (GRC), a unit of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), has enhanced the research and sponsored programs capabilities of higher education institutions since 1967. A subscription to GRC provides UNO with access to a comprehensive suite of tools, services, and expertise to improve your office’s efficiency and increase your institution’s success in securing competitive grants from federal and private sponsors.

Funding Opportunity Information

GRC’s proprietary search engine, GrantSearch, includes 2,000 private and federal funding opportunities screened for recurrence and for higher education eligibility. Search results provide a high proportion of viable opportunities because the database excludes solicitations that are limited to a specific region, that make fewer than three awards annually, and for which higher education institutions are not eligible to apply or partner.

Resource Library

The members-only GRC website serves as a clearinghouse for higher education grant-seeking tools and resources. It provides access to the GrantSearch database, GRC publications and funding guides, and the GRC_News Twitter feed. The website also houses sample research administration policies, a library of funded proposals, and a weekly list of federal meetings.

Funding Search Form

Complete this form to have a GRC Program Advisor assist you in finding applicable funding opportunities.

Faculty Alerts Registration Form

Sign up to receive individualized alerts in your email.

Login information

Access to GRC is controlled by password and is only available for UNO employees and students. The UNO username and password are posted on SharePoint: https://sharepoint.uno.edu/research/default.aspx

 
By Carol Lunn (on 3/6/2018 @ 13:33:01, in Funding Opportunities, read 238 times)
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) has released its list of final priorities approved for use in any upcoming discretionary grant programs. The final priorities are listed below:

Priority 1—Empowering Families and Individuals To Choose a High-Quality Education That Meets Their Unique Needs

Priority 2—Promoting Innovation and Efficiency, Streamlining Education With an Increased Focus on Improving Student Outcomes, and Providing Increased Value to Students and Taxpayers

Priority 3—Fostering Flexible and Affordable Paths to Obtaining Knowledge and Skills

Priority 4—Fostering Knowledge and Promoting the Development of Skills That Prepare Students To Be Informed, Thoughtful, and Productive Individuals and Citizens

Priority 5—Meeting the Unique Needs of Students and Children With Disabilities and/or Those With Unique Gifts and Talents

Priority 6—Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) Education, With a Particular Focus on Computer Science

Priority 7—Promoting Literacy Projects that are designed to address one or more of the following priority areas:

Priority 8—Promoting Effective Instruction in Classrooms and Schools

Priority 9—Promoting Economic Opportunity

Priority 10—Protecting Freedom of Speech and Encouraging Respectful Interactions in a Safe Educational Environment

Priority 11—Ensuring That Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families Have Access to High-Quality Educational Options

Each of these eleven final priorities are approved to appear in upcoming ED solicitations as one of the following priority types: Absolute Priority, which all applicants must address; Competitive Preference Priority, which provides an advantage to applications and which GRC recommends all applicants address; and Invitational Priority, which ED encourages applicants to address even though these do not provide any competitive advantage (though keep your eyes on these as they may show up as absolute or competitive preference priorities in future competitions).

 
By Admin (on 12/19/2017 @ 13:55:02, in Funding Opportunities, read 353 times)
We are pleased to announce that a revised version of the NSF Grants.gov Application Guide has been issued. The NSF Grants.gov Application Guide has been updated to align with changes to NSF’s Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) (NSF 18-1). Information about FastLane system registration has been removed and replaced with guidance for registering in Research.gov. Editorial changes have also been made to either clarify or enhance the intended meaning of a sentence or section or to ensure consistency with data contained in NSF systems or other NSF policy documents. The new NSF Grants.gov Application Guide will be effective for proposals submitted, or due, on or after January 29, 2018. If you have any questions regarding these changes, please contact the Policy Office on (703) 292-8243 or by e-mail to policy@nsf.gov. For technical questions relating to Grants.gov, please contact Grants.gov directly at 1-800-518-4726 or support@grants.gov.
 
In order to stimulate scientific and/or engineering research collaborations between UNO and the University of Innsbruck, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs anticipates funding a 4-6 week collaborative visit by a UNO PI to the University of Innsbruck during May-June, 2018. During this visit, the PI will develop collaborations and/or conduct research with an appropriate professor from the University of Innsbruck. Proposals will be reviewed internally at UNO and competitively awarded. A single award is anticipated and the proposal format is attached. The deadline for submission is February 2, 2018.
 
The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority provides graduate student support for science or engineering research relevant to Louisiana’s coast. The program will both expose students to CPRA activities and provide a potential avenue for recruitment of new CPRA personnel. Funding support for up to three years of master’s research. The assistantship is available to all faculty pursuing coastal restoration-related research at Louisiana colleges/universities to recruit outstanding graduate students. Up to four new students will be funded each academic year. The annual award is $25,000 per student. Applications are due December 15, 2017. For more information, contact: Matt Bethel at mbethe3@lsu.edu or Summer Langlois at Summer.Langlois@la.gov
 
By Admin (on 10/3/2017 @ 09:09:39, in Funding Opportunities, read 333 times)
The Louisiana NASA EPSCoR program is now accepting proposals for our Research Award Program (RAP). The solicitation is open as of today and proposals will be accepted until midnight on Wednesday, November 15, 2017. A brief description of the program is available below, and complete, current guidelines can be found attached here and on their website.

Please read the guidelines carefully, follow the current instructions, and use the current forms. Use of outdated instructions or forms may result in proposals being rejected without review.
 
By Admin (on 10/3/2017 @ 08:52:46, in Funding Opportunities, read 401 times)
The DOD SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) 17.3 and the STTR (Small Business Technology Trannsfer) 17.C Broad Agency Announcements (BAA) Now Open for Submission of Proposals. https://sbir.defensebusiness.org/

 
By Admin (on 5/12/2017 @ 12:58:27, in Funding Opportunities, read 487 times)
The Louisiana Aerospace Catalyst Experiences for Students (LaACES) Program runs for a full academic year. During the first semester a series of lectures and hands-on activities help build student skills in basic electronics, sensor interfacing, real-time programming, mechanical development, and project management. The second semester is then devoted to applying these skills to the design, development, fabrication, and flight of a small (~500 gram) balloon payload. Payloads from all student teams are then flown at the end of the academic year under the management of LaSPACE. Independent balloon flights by institutions are not supported under LaACES. Proposed efforts that do not conform to this general model are likely to review poorly. • Proposals must be signed off on by the Faculty PI and the Designated Institutional Representative for Sponsored Programs at your institution. • Award funds can be requested up to $10,000; no strict cost-match is required, but some institutional investment will impact our evaluation. • Multiple proposals per institution may be submitted, but no more than one proposal per campus will be funded. • LaACES materials (lectures, electronics kits, etc) are provided to LaSPACE affiliates implementing this program at no additional cost and independent of any funding proposed here. • Only flights conducted under the supervision and direction of LaSPACE Management will be considered for funding. • Please include student demographic forms, if your student reams have already been identified. • All invoices and a final technical report must be submitted to the LaSPACE office within 30 days of the project end date. Photographs and copies of all papers, presentations, and posters generated should be shared with LaSPACE as they occur and collected/referenced in the final report. Guidelines: http://laspace.lsu.edu/rfp/index.php Proposal Due Date: Friday, July 7, 2017
 
By Admin (on 5/12/2017 @ 12:44:07, in Funding Opportunities, read 444 times)
The Senior Design Project Support Program is meant to offer supplemental funding in support of high-level student-led research and design projects. Projects must show clear relevance to NASA’s mission and ongoing research at one or more of the NASA centers/under the umbrella of one or more of the four mission directorates. This funding source is meant to supplement the cost of materials and supplies and/or travel for competitions related to the student project. • Proposals must be signed off on by the Faculty PI and the Designated Institutional Representative for Sponsored Programs at your institution. • Award funds can be requested up to $4000; no strict cost-match is required, but some institutional investment will impact the evaluation. • Please include student demographic forms, if your student participants have already been identified. If the team members are not all selected at the time of proposing, please be sure to send the forms in as soon as the students have all been identified. • All invoices and a final technical report must be submitted to the LaSPACE office within 30 days of the project end date. Photographs and copies of all papers, presentations, and posters generated should be shared with LaSPACE as they occur and collected/referenced in the final report. Guidelines: http://laspace.lsu.edu/rfp/index.php Proposal Due Date: Friday, July 7, 2017

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