Share the story: scholar talks 2016
Experience some of the amazing work being done at WMU by our outstanding scholars. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU364WB8ChVETdr_6VdQ6rA
Featured monthly are new funding opportunities relevant for WMU faculty and staff.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has announced the 2017 Summer Stipend Program. The deadline for this year's submission is September 29, 2016 and the grant award is $6,000. NEH allows only two submissions per institution. Review instructions for WMU's internal selection process. PIs should send pre-proposals to their college associate dean for research by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 10, 2016. Complete information on the NEH's Summer Stipend Program is available at: http://www.neh.gov/grants/research/summer-stipends
Discovery Activities, Funding, and Climate Survey
Results of the Discovery Activities, Funding, and Climate Survey (2014), tabulated by Hanover Research, covered the gamut from resources, experiences with proposal development and submissions, leadership messaging, and the grant-seeking enterprise at WMU.
Discover Discovery Workshop Series
Discover Discovery Workshops will resume fall semester.
Discovery Experts Database is a tool designed to enhance your reach and reputation as a discovery expert. A scheduled update to the system will go online January 4 and will provide a powerful, user-friendly, intuitive interface with easier options for uploading new data. Contact your research officer if you have questions or need assistance updating your profile, or access the user guide.
Pivot subscription canceled
OVPR ended its contract with PIVOT since its service overlaps with those funding search services offered by SciVal. As with PIVOT, users who register for an account with SciVal can save their searches, set up automatic searches, and track identified funding opportunities. If you have any questions about how to use SciVal, please contact your Research Officer.
WMU faculty and staff may use other search tools including the Discovery Experts system, where you can set up funding alerts based on your publications, and the Foundation Directory Online, where you can search funding opportunities from foundations and other nonprofit entities (FDO can be accessed through the University Libraries website.
For federal funding opportunities, faculty and staff can use the grants.gov search engines.
OVPR Research Officers are available to help faculty and staff with their searches.
Congratulations to WMU faculty and staff
External award activity
July 1, 2015 through April 30, 2016
- Submissions: 323
- Awards: 205
July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2015
- Submissions: 355
- Awards: 231