• Ashleigh Thompson receives NSF GRFP

    Ashleigh Thompson's (Anthropology) research is in Indigenous and applied archaeology in which tribal interests, knowledge, and practices are at the forefront of the projects. Recipient of an National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, for her MA, she is working with the Blackfeet tribe, and for her PhD, she plans to study traditional foods, specifically wild rice, in consultation with the Ojibwe. (Image: Thompson, National Archives).
  • Leland Sutter receives NSF GRFP

    Leland Sutter (Geography) is a recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Leland is working to combine new advances in technology, like unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) with traditional methods of monitoring the water, oxygen, and carbon, in dryland savannas (Image: Santa Ritas, Dr. Greg Barron-Gafford).
  • Christina Greene (Geography) awarded USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant

    Christina Greene (Geography) was awarded a $95,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture Grant to fund two years of research and travel to study how California's drought has affected agricultural communities in the San Joaquin Valley (Image: Success Dam, near Porterville, CA, Army Corps of Engineers).
  • Laura Bakkensen and MAP Dashboard

    The MAP Dashboard published a white paper by Laura Bakkensen and Riana Johnson (Government & Public Policy) on the economic risks of extreme weather which explores both opportunities and innovative solutions. (Image: Pete Gregoire, NOAA Photo Library)
  • SESYNC Pursuit proposal

    Congratulation to Andrea K. Gerlak (Geography) and Anita Milman (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) who recently received a grant from the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) to host a series of international workshops to better understand the connection between science and policy in transboundary river basins. (Image: Danube at the Iron Gates, between Romania and Serbia, Wikimedia)

SBS's research support staff can help with all aspects of preparation and submission of grant proposals and fellowship applications (see below for specfics). We are already prepared to help with the external agencies that SBS faculty and students typically apply to (e.g., National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Institutes of Health, Fulbrights for faculty and students). If you're interested in a funder whose funding mechanisms are new to us, give us some lead time to study the options. We can meet with individuals or groups, depending on your needs.

We can help SBS faculty, graduate students, and staff ...

  • find research funding
  • evaluate funding opportunities
  • strategize on proposal development, pre-review, and submission
  • navigate the UA's limited submission processes
  • connect to other UA-internal research support units

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