Research Development & Grant Writing News
The monthly newsletter, published by Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC, typically addresses the following topics:
- Information on new and continuing solicitations (most commonly federal)
- Articles and links to topics of interest to grant writers
- Analysis of sponsor policies, financials and activities
- Suggestions for successful team and consortium building efforts
Contact Doug Bornemann if you would like to view past issues of Research Development & Grant Writing News. Find below the highlights of the current issue.
November 2023 highlights
- November 2023 Select List of Humanities, HSS, and Arts Opportunities & News – We list funding opportunities for scholars in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts.
- A New NEH Initiative: “Humanities Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence” – We discuss a new NIH-wide initiative for humanities scholars to investigate the assumptions underlying the current development of AI and its implications for future policy and practice.
- DOE/SC Biological and Environmental Research – We discuss DOE’s Office of Science’s Environmental System Science program.
- The Value of Reading Abstracts of Funded Projects – We discuss how abstracts of previously funded projects can help you get funded.
- Pursuing Funding From Private Foundations – Some private foundations fund academic research, but they are fundamentally different from federal agencies. We discuss those differences.
- National Academies Report on AI – We discuss how this National Academies feature story can help us anticipate the role that AI will play in future funding opportunities.
- Developing a Strategic Plan for Funding Your Research – We discuss how new faculty can lay out a strategic plan for research funding (reprinted from the September 2011 issue).
- Developing Your Research Agenda – We discuss why early-career PIs need to clearly articulate their long-term research agenda, and strategies to do that (reprinted from the September 2011 issue).
- Developing Your Education Agenda – We discuss why PIs also need a long-term education agenda, especially if they plan to pursue federal funding (reprinted from the September 2011 issue).