LINKS FOR GRANT FUNDING IN MATHEMATICS

(Have more to add? Email wgharris@uiuc.edu)

 

Air Force Office of Scientific Research:

 

American Educational Research Association:

 

Argonne National Laboratory:

 

Army Research Laboratory:

*Should make contact with correct advisor at agency before submitting

 

Association for Women in Mathematics:

*Available to women only

 

Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences:

 

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA):

 

Department of Defense:

 

Federal Grants:

*This is for some federal agencies, including Dept of Defense, National Science Foundation, Dept of Energy, National Institutes of Health, and U.S. Department of Education, among others. It is mandatory for only some units at this time.

 

Illinois Researcher Information Service (IRIS):

 

Mathematical Association of America:

 

Mathematical Sciences Research Institute:

*Funds travel to workshops, internship programs, and workshops

 

National Energy Technology Laboratory:

 

National Institutes of Health:

 

National Science Foundation:

*For faculty and possibly for PhD dissertation work

 

National Security Agency:

*U.S. Citizens or permanent residents only; those supported must also fit these limits

 

Office of Naval Research:

 

National Institutes of Health:

 

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society:

 

State Farm Companies:

 

US Department of Education:

(to search by subject, office, or eligibility, use links on the left under “Find Programs”; subjects include Mathematics and Mathematics Education)

·         Application packages: http://www.ed.gov/fund/grant/apply/grantapps/index.html

·         See ‘Federal Grants’ for further links

 

US Department of Energy:

 

University of Illinois Graduate College Fellowship Opportunities:

 

University of Illinois Graduate College Graduate bulletin board:

*All grants are for UIUC graduate students only

 

University of Illinois Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Administration

 

University of Illinois Provost’s Initiative on Teaching Advancement (PITA):

 

University of Illinois Research Board:

*For full-time faculty, academic professionals and research scholars. Visiting, zero-time, adjunct, partial, emeritus, and postdoctoral appointments are not eligible.

 

University of Illinois Scholars Travel:

*For full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty. One trip for full and associate professors and two trips for assistant professors and lecturers, per year. Those with external grants are not eligible.

 

 

University of Illinois Teaching Advancement Board Travel and Teaching Workshop grants: