This is a list of potential sponsors and is not indicative of actual funding received by SFI.
Welcome to the Sponsored Research webpage of the Santa Fe Institute. This page is designed as a resource for SFI researchers (both resident and external), who are considering submission of a research proposal to a federal agency or private foundation, and contains information on proposal writing, links to sponsors, and upcoming deadlines. Please don't hesitate to contactor anytime for a consultation about project development. Whether you want to know about guidelines or deadlines, making agency contacts, or writing competitive proposals, we stand ready to help! From time-to-time we will offer informal workshops on proposal preparation and development.
Science - May 20, 2015 -
Science - April 30,2015 -
NIH Extramural Nexus - April 2015 -- Including: More ASSISTance Options for Submitting your Application to NIH; Why Do I Need to be Careful Naming the PDF Attachments for My Application?; How Long Can My Application Title Be?; Connecting the What, When, Why, and How of NIH Peer Review.
Science - April 10, 2015 -
Press Release - March 18, 2015 -
Today, the National Science Foundation (NSF), announced its continued commitment to expand public access to the results of its funded research through the publication of its public access plan, Today's Data, Tomorrow's Discoveries. NSF's public access is intended to accelerate the dissemination of fundamental research results that will advance the frontiers of knowledge and help ensure the nation's future prosperity.
Policy Clarification on the Dual Role of Postdocs and Graduate Students - Dec. 17, 2014 -
Sample of Letter of Intent (LOI)
“” Video presented by Edward J. Hackett, Director of the Division of Social and Economic Sciences Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
The Sponsored Research Office is supported by, Director; , Grants Analyst; and , Manager, Office of the Vice President for Science.
You can sign up for funding opportunity alert services for federal agencies and most private foundations based on your research areas of interest. Below are two examples.
- All Government Agencies