The Sponsored Research Office periodically sends information by email about funding opportunities. These emails are sent to nine interest groups: Creative Arts, Environmental Studies, Humanities, International Studies, Research Abroad, Science & Math, Social Sciences, Curriculum Development, and Pedagogical Research. Members of the Middlebury staff or faculty can use this form to sign up by interest group to receive INFO notices targeted to their funding interests.
When you sign up, you get a single email confirming your choices. Thereafter, you’ll get occasional emails with grants news. We promise not to spam you, so why not give it a try? You can opt out of getting INFO emails at any time; just reply to the email with UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line.
Available to faculty, staff, and students.
Receive $25 – $2,500 in funding to advance sustainability practices on or off campus.
Applications are due Friday, January 31st.
Learn more and apply at go/ec or email email@example.com for more information.
The Environmental Studies program has been awarded a grant by the Northern New England Campus Compact for a project led by Diane Munroe, Coordinator for Community Based Environmental Studies. The grant is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental Education program and is intended to support NNECC’s Campuses for Environmental Stewardship efforts. The grant will fund efforts by the ES program and individual affiliated faculty to incorporate community-connected experiences focused on the topical areas of either climate change or water quality into their courses next year. Participating faculty include Molly Costanza-Robinson (Chemistry, Biochemistry and ES), Michelle McCauley (Psychology), Jeff Munroe (Geology), Jonathan Isham (Economics and ES), Rebecca Kneale Gould (Religion and ES), and Catherine Ashcraft (ES).
The Jack Miller Center has awarded the College a grant to help with the expenses of Constitution Day events to be held at Middlebury this fall. This grant is the result of a proposal submitted by Keegan Callanan, a new member of the Political Science department, with the assistance of Murray Dry. The Jack Miller Center is “dedicated to enriching education in America’s founding principles and history.”