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November 15, 2022

A reminder that the inaugural Climate School Seed Funding Program application deadline is around the corner!

Applications are due by 12:00 p.m. EST, Tuesday, November 22nd. To learn more or to submit an application, please visit the website. You can also contact with questions. 

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Soccer in a Warming World
Co-Hosted by Dr. Maureen Raymo and Samantha Mewis
November 16 | 1:00pm-4:00pm
NSF Changes to Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide Webinar (Part of Fall Grants Conference)
November 17 I 3:00pm-4:00pm
Columbia Town Hall: New NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy
November 18 I 12:00pm-1:00pm
Shamanism, Environmental Preservation, and Collective Healing:
A Conversation with A k u z u r u and Miguel Keerveld
November 22 | 5:30pm-7:30pm
Managing vs. Mentoring Panel
November 30 | 1:00pm-2:00pm
No appointments or preparation needed, just swing by! We're available to answer questions large or small about all things research. 

Hogan A
November 17| 3:00pm-4:00pm

Lamont Cafe
November 22 | 10:00am-11:00am

View all Climate School research events.

Need help preparing your $4M+ proposal? Get in touch.
NYSERDA: Manufacturing Corps (M-Corps)
Amount: Up to $3.75M
Due: January 4
Seeks proposals that build on the successes of the State’s existing programs and focus on overcoming the challenges of product manufacturing for climatetech startup companies to advance the State’s Climate Act goals, bring jobs to the State, and bolster New York’s manufacturing industry. Solicitation.
NSF: Biology Integration Institutes 
: Up to $15M
Due: February 21

Bring researchers together around the common goal of understanding how the processes that sustain life and enable biological innovation operate and interact within and across different scales of organization, from molecules to cells, tissues to organisms, species, ecosystems, biomes and the entire Earth. 


Climate School Office of Research: Seed Funding Program
Amount: Up to $100K
Due: November 22
Provides seed funding to spur high-risk and innovative research collaborations that advance the Climate School’s research priorities, forge interdisciplinary connectivity, and spur societal impact. Solicitation.
Farm Credit East: AgEnhancement Grants
: Up to $10K
Due: December 1

Farm Credit East awards grants through its Farm Credit AgEnhancement program to help organizations promote awareness of and strengthen agriculture, commercial fishing, and forest products in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, and Vermont. Solicitation.
The David Prize
: $200K
Due: December 12

Celebrates extraordinary individuals with ideas, projects, products, and passions that are making (or will make) New York City a better place for more of us. As long as you have a clear idea of how your work improves our city, and what you need to get it done, we’ll consider it. Solicitation.
The Water Research Foundation: Beyond Net Zero - Advancing Interdependencies between Utility Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions and Water-Energy-Food Nexus
Amount: Up to $200K
Due: December 13

Develop a decision support framework and operational guidelines for WRRFs to achieve Net-Zero Carbon, and synthesize case studies worldwide that can help demonstrate the applicability of decision support framework for broader uses. Solicitation.
NSF: Biological Anthropology Program Senior Research Awards
: No Limit
Application Window: January 16 - 26

Seeks to advance scientific knowledge about the processes that have shaped biological diversity in living and fossil humans and their primate relatives through support of basic research on human and primate evolution, biological variation, and interactions between biology, behavior, and culture. 
Global Warming Mitigation Project: Keeling Curve Prize
: Up to $35K
Due: February 10

Looking for projects with a proven track record of reducing, avoiding, or eliminating greenhouse gases from the atmosphere that align with one of the following: Carbon Sinks (Natural & Engineered), Energy, Finance, Social & Cultural Pathways, and Transport & Mobility. Solicitation.


DOE: EnergyTech UP
: Over $350K in cash prizes
 Due: January 26

Tasks student teams to develop and present a business plan using National Laboratory-developed, university, or other high-potential energy technologies. 
GSA: Young Scientist Award 
: Honorarium
Due: February 1

Invites nominations for its young scientist award. This recognizes a young scientist for contributing to geologic knowledge through original research that marks a major advance in the Earth sciences. 

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