The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) works with Dartmouth faculty and administrators and with foundations and corporations to develop mutually beneficial partnerships that advance knowledge and have the potential to make a positive impact on campus and in the world.
Dartmouth faculty and administrators may visit RFPs & funding opportunities for resources.
For external audiences interested in learning more about faculty research and centers at Dartmouth, visit the respective webpages for corporations and for foundations.
MOST RECENT FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Samuel H. Kress Foundation — History Of Art Grants Program
- Up to $70,000
- Annual deadlines: April 1; October 1; January 15
- For projects that will enhance the understanding and appreciation of European art and architecture. Funded activities include: archival projects; development and dissemination of scholarly databases; documentation projects; museum exhibitions and publications; photographic campaigns; scholarly catalogues and publications; technical and scientific studies; international exchanges; professional meetings; conferences; symposia; consultations; the presentation of research; and other professional events.
Gerda Henkel Foundation — General Research Grants
- No maximum amount specified
- Deadline: March 1, 2017
- Focused on the historical humanities: archaeology, art history, historical Islamic studies, history, history of law, history of science, prehistory and early history. Two types of grants: Research Projects (for institutions); and Research Scholarships (for individuals). Proposals under $16,500 may be submitted at any time.
Elsa U. Pardee Foundation — Grants
- Up to $211,000
- Annual deadlines: April 30; August 31; December 31
- For research directed toward identifying new treatments or cures for cancer
McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience — Memory & Cognitive Disorders Awards
- $300,000 over three years (up to four awards will be made)
- Deadlines: March 27, 2017 for pre-proposals; September 25, 2017 for invited full proposals
be posted mid-JanuarTo address memory or cognition under normal and pathological conditions, including mechanisms of memory or cognition at the synaptic, cellular, or behavioral level in animals, including humans. Particularly interested in fundamentally new approaches, as well as human experimentation. Collaborative and cross-disciplinary applications encouraged.
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