Vice President for Research
Proposal Services & Faculty Support
March Funding Focus Newsletter #1
Limited Submission Announcements
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is seeking applications for funding under the fiscal year (FY) 2019 Juvenile Justice Emergency Planning Demonstration Program. This program furthers the Department's mission by providing funding to states, tribes, localities, and other organizations to improve emergency management strategies and services in juvenile justice residential facilities.
Institutional Limit: 1 Proposal
Internal Deadline: March 22, 2019, 4:45pm
To encourage a commitment to breast cancer research, Breast Cancer Alliance invites clinical doctors and research scientists whose primary focus is breast cancer and who are in the early stages of their careers, to apply for funding for the Young Investigator Grant. This grant is open to applicants at institutions throughout the contiguous United States. This is a two-year grant for a total of $125,000, with half the grant award being paid out each year.

Applicants for 2020 grants must (i) have held a faculty position for no more than four years following the completion of their training, as of February 1, 2020; (ii) have not been a principal investigator on an NIH R01 or equivalent national/international non-mentored award; and (iii) dedicate at least 50% of their work effort to research. This grant is intended to help advance the careers of young researchers who do not yet have their own major grant support. For clarity, current postdoctoral fellows who do not yet hold a faculty position are eligible to apply, provided they meet all the other stated criteria for Young Investigators.
Institutional Limit: 2 Proposals
Internal Deadline: March 22, 2019, 4:45pm
IMPORTANT UPDATES

Student Research Symposium Judging Signup Links Now Open

Date: April 9, 2019, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Location: Student Center Ball Room

We are seeking judges for this year's Symposium to be held in the Student Center from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on April 9th. The goal of the symposium is to showcase graduate and undergraduate student research and creative scholarship across all disciplines to a broad audience. We invite you to attend the Symposium and, if possible, to participate as a judge for posters/oral presentations during the Symposium. 
 
SIGN UP INFO
  • This year, we have provided the following five (5) separate links for Oral Sessions and Poster Sessions (NOTE: It is recommended that you sign up for no more than two time slots (oral sessions and/or posters) 

Oral Sessions:


Poster Sessions:






The following survey is being sent to gauge interest among faculty in participating in a Communicating Science Workshop that is sponsored and conducted by facilitators from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The half day workshop, which enhances public education and outreach skills, was launched at the 2008 AAAS Annual Meeting in Boston and has since provided more than 220 workshops for over 7,000 attendees at universities, science society meetings, and government agency labs in the US and abroad. We are excited about bringing the Workshop to Auburn University for faculty in all disciplines and hope you find the time to complete a short survey to help us in our planning. It is appreciated if the survey can be completed by March 18th.

Please contact Bob Holm at x4-5877 or rzh0021@auburn.edu with any questions or comments.



FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Digital Projects for the Public grants support projects that cogently interpret and analyze humanities content in formats that will attract broad public audiences. Digital platforms- such as websites, mobile applications and tours, interactive touch screens and kiosks, games, and virtual environments- can reach diverse audiences and bring the humanities to life for the American people. The program offers three levels of support for digital projects: grants for Discovery projects (early-stage planning work), Prototyping projects (proof-of-concept development work), and Production projects (end-stage production and distribution work). While projects can take many forms, shapes, and sizes, your request should be for an exclusively digital project or for a digital component of a larger project. 

All Digital Projects for the Public projects should 
- present analysis that deepens public understanding of significant humanities stories and ideas; 
- incorporate sound humanities scholarship; 
- involve humanities scholars in all phases of development and production; 
- include appropriate digital media professionals; 
- reach a broad public through a realistic plan for development, marketing, and distribution; 
- create appealing digital formats for the general public; and 
- demonstrate the capacity to sustain themselves. 

Full Proposal Due – June 12, 2019 at 11:59 PM (Eastern)
Proposal Services & Faculty Support
844-5929 / c ls0071@auburn.edu