|Simons Foundation Targeted Grants in Mathematics and Physical Sciences||Rolling Deadline||The program is intended to support high-risk theoretical mathematics, physics and computer science projects of exceptional promise and scientific importance on a case-by-case basis.|
The Caltech Innovation in Education Fund
|July 6, 2020|| We are pleased to announce the next round of funding from Caltech's Innovation in Education Fund. The Innovation in Education Fund is designed to support faculty developing new courses, implementing innovative and evidence-based teaching methods, upgrading educational facilities, or pursuing other new academic activities. The Fund is not designed to sustain ongoing programs. Innovation in Education projects may improve undergraduate and/or graduate instruction; the Provost's office encourages new proposals that will have an impact on the undergraduate curriculum, teaching, and learning--in the Core Curriculum and otherwise. In addition, proposals related to sustainability are especially welcome, with sustainability in Caltech education broadly construed to include courses, modules, experiments, cases, or other innovations that allow students to engage with challenges and opportunities associated with climate change and the stewardship of natural resources.
Proposals for smaller projects (under $5,000) will be accepted and funded on a rolling basis. Proposals for larger projects for the 2020-2021 academic year should be submitted by Monday, July 6, 2020 for consideration by the fall term.
In your proposals, please include a brief description of the proposed activity, anticipated outcomes for students, and a budget. The proposals should be submitted to email@example.com, with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org and the appropriate division chair.
CTLO staff are also available to consult on your proposals before submission: please contact email@example.com to inquire about designing projects to address your teaching objectives, integrating innovative methods in your classes, and other questions you may have.
Due at Future Date
Funding Agency Resources
The following list provides links to the agencies that provide the majority of grant and contract funds awarded to Caltech. Not all agencies/institutions have web sites. If you are looking for information regarding a particular agency or solicitation and have trouble finding it please e-mail Samantha Westcott for assistance.
- NSF Mathematical & Physical Sciences opportunities
- American Mathematical Society Database
- Human Frontier Science Program
National Science Foundation
- NSF E-Bulletin
- The NSF Bulletin provides listings of current NSF target and deadline dates as well as new program announcements.
- NSF Proposal and Award Policies & Procedures Guide
NASA Headquarters Washington, DC
- Ames Research Facility California
- Armstrong Flight Research Center Edwards, California
- Goddard Institute for Space Science New York
- Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pasadena, California
- Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia
- Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville, Alabama
- Stennis Space Center Mississippi
- Wallops Flight Facility Virginia
- Office of Naval Research