NSF BIO Directorate eliminates proposal submission limits

In August, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Directorate for Biological Sciences (BIO) instituted new limits for proposal submissions–applicants could only be listed as PI or Co-PI on one proposal per year. However, feedback from the community indicated that such limits may hinder collaboration as well as limit the number of early career investigators that may […]

The Hope College Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Club Receives New Grant

The Hope College Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Club received a new $250 grant from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) in support of outreach activities designed to connect elementary students to opportunities in science. The Hope College Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Club will utilize the funds to invest in protein and DNA […]

Hope Summer Repertory Theatre receives a Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs grant

The Hope Summer Repertory Theatre (HSRT) received a $15,000 grant from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) to support the 2019 season!  Funding will support the five show season from May through August 2019, with performances of West Side Story, Shakespeare in Love, truth: the Testimonial of Sojourner Truth, The Old Man […]

Register to attend the Michigan Space Grant Consortium Conference!

The Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) Fall Conference is fast approaching (November 10, 2018) with the deadline for registering occurring very soon (October 22, 2018).  We would like to get a good representation of Hope College for the meeting. There have been faculty who have been funded in the past who have been reluctant to go […]

NSF to Live Stream their Fall 2018 Grants Conference

For Fall 2018, the National Science Foundation (NSF) will live stream their New Orleans Grants Conference for those unable to attend in person.  The conference is scheduled for November 8th and 9th from 9 am to 6 pm ET both days. The conference is primarily designed to give new faculty key insights into a wide range of current issues […]

Apply now for a Humanities for the Public Good Grant!

The Council of Independent Colleges has recently released its Humanities Research for the Public Good Grant Request for Proposals.  This program provides funding to support undergraduate research projects that incorporate a public presentation of research findings. Proposed projects should make use of a significant archival, library, or museum collection held by a college or university, […]

Interested in NEH fellowships and grants?

Join us on Thursday 29 November 2018 at 3 pm in the Fried/Hemenway Auditorium for a Panel Discussion on National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) fellowships and grants.  (Please note the date change.) The session is intended to provide an overview of the various programs offered by the NEH, how to construct a competitive application, […]

Interested in topics related to global health?

Are your research, scholarship, and/or teaching activities linked to global health or global health-related topics (i.e., food security, water access or filtration, etc.)?  If so, please consider joining us for a Collaborative Opportunity Gathering (COG) on Tuesday 6 November 2018 at 11 am in Martha Miller 237.  This event will serve two purposes.  First, it will serve […]

Charlotte vanOyen Witvliet to collaborate with Baylor University on new Templeton Religion Trust award

Charlotte vanOyen-Witvliet, Professor of Psychology, recently received a three year, $343,445 award from Templeton Religion Trust to study accountability.  Dr. vanOyen-Witvliet will collaborate with C. Stephen Evans, Byron R. Johnson, and Sung Joon Jang at Baylor University, which serves as the lead institution on the $2 million project.  Researchers from Havard Medical School and the […]

Apply now for Michigan Space Grant Consortium grant and fellowship programs

The Michigan Space Grant Consortium (MSGC) creates, develops, and promotes programs that support research and educational activities focused on space-related science and technology in Michigan.  MSGC projects reflect NASA strategic interests and encourage cooperation between academia, industry, and state and local government on space-related topics. MSGC provides funding for several grant and fellowship programs: Undergraduate […]