|Applications Due||Funder||Formal Name||Amount||Abstract||Requirements||Time Period||More Info.||Sample Awardees|
|open / continuous||Sloan Foundation||Digital Information Technology - Data and Computational Research||varies||Grants in the Data and Computational Research sub-program aim to help researchers develop tools, establish norms, and build the institutional and social infrastructure needed to take full advantage of these important developments in data-driven, computation-intensive research||Academic Institution|
|open / continuous||Mellon Foundation||Scholarly Communications and Information Technology||Scholarly communications covers a broad range of |
activities, including the discovery, collection, organization,
evaluation, interpretation, and preservation of primary and other
sources of information, and the publication and dissemination of scholarly research.
|January 22, 2014||NSF||The Catalyzing New International Collaboration (CNIC)||up to $75,000||The Catalyzing New International Collaboration (CNIC) program is designed to promote professional development of US Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) researchers and to advance their research through international engagement.||up to a year||http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2013/nsf13605/nsf13605.htm?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click|
|February 1, 2014||IMLS||National Leadership Grants for Libraries||$50,000-$500,000||National Leadership Grants support projects that address challenges faced by the museum, library, and/or archive fields and that have the potential to advance practice in those fields. |
Successful proposals will seek innovative responses to the challenge(s) identified in the proposals, and will have national impact.
There are various types of grants (Project, Planning, National Forum) and different categories (Advancing Digital Resources, Research, Demonstration)
|February 3, 2014||IMLS||Sparks! Ignition Grants For Libraries||$10,000 to $25,000||proposals will address problems, challenges, or needs of broad relevance to libraries and/or archives. A proposed project should test a |
specific, innovative response to the identified problem and present a plan to make the findings widely and openly accessible
|1 year. Projects must begin on October 1, November 1, or December 1, 2014.||http://www.imls.gov/applicants/detail.aspx?GrantId=19|
|February 18, 2015||National Endowment for the Humanities||Digital Humanities Implementation Grants||$100,000 to $325,000.||The Digital HumanitiesImplementation Grants program seeks to identify projects that have successfully completed their start-up phase and are well positioned to have a major impact. |
Proposals are welcome for digital initiatives in any area of the humanities. Digital Humanities Implementation
Successful projects must make digital innovations and be significant to the humanities.
|nonprofit||1 - 3 years||http://www.neh.gov/grants/odh/digital-humanities-implementation-grants|
|February 19, 2014||NSF||Dear Colleague Letter: SaTC EAGERs Enabling New Collaborations Between Computer and Social Scientists||unspecified||encourage novel interdisciplinary research resulting from new collaborations |
between one or more Computer and Information Science and Engineering
(CISE) researchers and one or more Social, Behavioral and Economic
Science (SBE) researchers. (Research teams with a history of
collaborating together should instead submit directly to the SaTC
solicitation.) The proposed research should fit both the Trustworthy
Computing (TWC) and the Social, Behavioral and Economic (SBE) Sciences
perspectives within the SaTC solicitation.
|New Faculty/New Investigator Ph.D./M.D./Other Professional||http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2014/nsf14016/nsf14016.jsp?WT.mc_id=USNSF_25&WT.mc_ev=click|
|March 3, 2013||NSF||Building Community and Capacity for Data-Intensive Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences and in Education and Human Resources (BCC-SBE/EHR)||$100,00 - $500,000 |
enable research communities to develop visions, teams, and capabilities
dedicated to creating new, large-scale, next-generation data resources
and relevant analytic techniques to advance fundamental research for the
SBE and EHR areas of research. Successful proposals will outline
activities that will have significant impacts across multiple fields by
enabling new types of data-intensive research.
New Faculty/New Investigator
|March 10, 2015||NEH||Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities||Awards for 1 to 3 years from $50,000 to max $250,000; cost sharing not required||National or regional (multistate) training in digital humanities tools and methods for scholars and graduate students|
Institutes may meet one or more times with same or different audiences at single or multiple sites for a few days up to 6 weeks; may involve
working with big datasets, networking capabilities, analytical tools, and collaboration platforms
|May 15, 2014||Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)||Digging Into Data Challenge||Upper $125,000CAD - Lower $25,000CAD||Ten research funders representing Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States invite applications for Round Three of the Digging into Data Challenge.||-Academic Institution|
-New Faculty/New Investigator
|The grant period will range between 6 and 24 months. Projects must be completed by January 31, 2016.||http://www.diggingintodata.org/||http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub151|
|September 16, 2014||IMLS||Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program||Project Grants: $50,000–$500,000|
Collaborative Planning Grants: Up to $50,000
National Forum Planning Grants: Up to $100,000
| Community Engagement, Formal Education, Informal Learning, Partnerships, Professional Development/Continuing Education, Research|
supports projects to recruit and educate the next generation of librarians, faculty, and library leaders; and to support early career research. It also assists in the professional development of librarians and library staff.
|October 7, 2014||NSF||CISE Research Infrastructure (CRI)||Lower $200,000 - Upper $3,000,000||With its CRI program, CISE drives discovery and learning in the core CISE disciplines covered by the three participating CISE divisions through support for the creation and enhancement of world-class computing research infrastructure. Further, through the CRI program CISE seeks to ensure that individuals from a diverse range of academic institutions, including minority-serving and predominantly undergraduate institutions, have access to such infrastructure. Example, data repositories||New Faculty/New Investigator|
|Up to 3 years depending on the award||http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=12810|
|November 5, 2014||HHS & NIH||NLM Administrative Supplements for Informationist Services in NIH-Funded Research Projects (Admin Supp)||Upper $50,000||The purposes of this administrative supplement program are o enhance collaborative, multi-disciplinary basic and clinical research by integrating an information specialist into the research team in order to improve the capture, storage, organization, management, integration, presentation and dissemination of biomedical research data; and to assess and document the value and impact of the informationist's participation.|
New Faculty/New Investigator