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The following foundations offer funding opportunities for faculty and graduate students in the areas of education and psychology. Special emphasis is directed toward programs deed to help prepare individuals and families for success. The goals of this program are to provide professional development opportunities to doctoral students, institutional researchers, educators and administrators, and to foster the use of federal databases for institutional research in postsecondary education.

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation — Grants on a selective basis for higher education; cultural affairs, including the humanities, museums, art conservation, and performing arts; conservation and the environment; and public affairs. Graduate fellowship program in the humanities administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, which makes all awards. Arthur Vining Davis Foundations — The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation provides financial assistance to educational, cultural, scientific, and religious institutions. Association of International Education Administrators AIEA — AIEA is a membership organization formed in Novemberis composed of institutional Adult singles dating in Grant engaged in advancing the international dimensions of higher education.

The purposes of the Association are to: 1.

We are driven to help students succeed — in school, in the workforce and in life. That history resonates throughout our current work in education, which is focused on three major areas: 1 advancing literacy, 2 urban school reform, and 3 teacher education reform. Comcast Corporation — Each Division of Comcast has its own programs and involvement in community affairs, responding to the needs and interests of the local communities where Comcast does business. Empowering Minds Foundation — The Empowering Minds Foundation focuses on bringing opportunities to developing areas through new technology and sustainable educational programs.

Its goals are to: strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty and injustice, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement.

Grants are made primarily within three broad : 1 asset building and community development; 2 knowledge, creativity, and freedom; and 3 peace and social justice. Local needs and priorities, within these subject areas, determine program activities in individual countries. Fund for Teachers — Fund for Teachers is a nonprofit organization providing educational grants to teachers for summer sabbaticals.

International Educational Research Foundation — The goal of the International Educational Research Foundation IERF conduct research and disseminate information on world educational systems and to facilitate the integration of individuals educated outside the United States into the U.

Grants are upwards of 5, The closing date for applications is February 1 each year.

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Support is given on a national and international basis. Lumina Foundation for Education, Inc. The three main themes focused on are: access, success, and adult learners. National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance — The National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance provides a grant program supporting colleges and universities teaching invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

Additionally, it funds curriculum development and the work of teams of student inventors.

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In many fields such as mathematics, computer science and the social sciences, NSF is the major source of federal backing. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation — The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is devoted exclusively to health and health care and concentrates its grant-making in four areas: assuring access to quality health services for all Americans at reasonable cost; improving quality of care and support for people with chronic health conditions; promoting healthy communities and lifestyles; and reducing the harm caused by substance abuse — tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs.

Schott Foundation — The Schott Foundation works to develop and strengthen the movement for equity in education and child care. Spencer Foundation — The Spencer Foundation grants funds to support research which contributes to the understanding and improvement of education.

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Grant programs include funding for faculty research and a variety of fellowship programs. Kellogg Foundation — The W. The foundation respects individuals and value their collective interests, strengths, and insights. The foundation believes in being responsible, prudent, selfless, and exercising good judgment.

To achieve the greatest impact, the foundation targets its grants toward specific areas: health; food systems and rural development; youth and education; and philanthropy and volunteerism. Within these areas, attention is given to exploring learning opportunities in leadership; information and communication technology; capitalizing on diversity; and social and economic community development. The foundation does this by supporting and sharing effective ideas and practices.

To achieve their mission, they have three objectives: strengthen education leadership to improve student achievement; improve after-school learning opportunities; and expand participation in arts and culture. William T. Grant Foundation — The mission of the William T. Grant Foundation is to help create a society that values young people and enables them to reach their full potential.

In pursuit of this goal, the foundation invests in research and in people and projects that use evidence-based approaches. The foundation also supports promising post-doctoral scholars from diverse disciplines through the William T. Support also for local programs in the Tri-State area that actively engage young people and enable them to reach their full potential. The following websites may help graduate students in their search for funding. A brief description of each site is included below.

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Search for grants by category and find other useful links. The Foundation Center The Foundation Center has several free resources for students, including helpful guides on how to fund your education.

Students may also use the Foundation Center's Foundation Directory Online, but access requires Adult singles dating in Grant paid subscription to their services. AERA is home to more than 7, student members, including approximately 6, graduate students and undergraduate students. AERA offers a rich array of programs and services for students through its divisions, special interest groups, and the Graduate Student Council, a standing committee of the Association.

Students interested in exploring opportunities in professional development, mentoring, and networking are strongly encouraged to puruse websites of divisions, special interest groups, and the Graduate Student Council for details. American Psychological Association of Graduate Students APAGS develops, endorses and disseminates information to psychology students about relevant education and training issues, legislative positions and developments, and future directions or changes in the field, through printed resources and the website.

APAGS creates and supports opportunities for students in the form of scholarships and awards, association advocacy work and a host of development activities. The University of Iowa Search. Student Funding Opportunities. Check the links below for various internal and external funding opportunities, as well as grant-writing resources. Internal Funding. The University of Iowa offers the following funding opportunities for graduate students.

External Funding. Graduate students can find various funding opportunities from the following external sources. Foundation Funding. Useful Websites.

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