|Below are the program materials received
Jan. 27-Feb. 2, 2000 in the grants office, 220 Woodburn.
For copies of the information, contact our office at
642-6627 or e-mail requests to us at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Fellowship information will also be posted on the Student
Union bulletin board near the information desk.
- Whitehall Foundation. Grants for scholarly
research in the life sciences - to assist those
dynamic areas of basic biological research that
are not heavily supported by Federal agencies or
other foundations with specialized missions.
- Business & Professional Women's
Foundation. Career Advancement Scholarship
Program for U.S. women over 25 with critical
financial need to seek education necessary to
enter, re-enter or advance within the work force.
Due April 15.
- Department of Education. Preparing
Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology program
(PT3). To address the challenge of developing
technology-proficient future educators, grants
awarded under this initiative will support
innovations developed by consortias who are
joining forces to transform teacher preparation
programs into 21st century learning environments.
This program requires matching funds. Due March
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- National Leadership Grant for Libraries - NEA.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services
has prepared a report regarding two funding
categories for its National Leadership Grant for
Libraries: education and training, and research
and demonstration. The full text of the report
can be found on the IMLS web site at . The
Institute of Museum and Library Services'
National Leadership Grants for libraries are
designed to support leading edge activities in
the field of library and information science.
- Digital Libraries (NSF). The National
Science Foundation is seeking proposals to fund a
digital library to serve as an online network of
learning environments and resources for science,
mathematics, engineering and technology education
at all levels. Deadline: March 13 for letters of
intent; April 14 for proposals.