Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

types_of_grants_and_where_to_find_them [2018/06/04 19:01]
admin
types_of_grants_and_where_to_find_them [2019/02/11 17:08] (current)
admin
Line 19: Line 19:
States receive grants from the federal government and distribute funds according to their intended use. As an example, a major announcement late in 2016 concerns new grants totaling almost $1 billion which will go to fight the opioid crisis in the U.S. This is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Opioid Initiative that started in 2015. States had to apply for the funds by a specific date so it’s clearly important -- whether you are an individual or a state -- to stay on top of government announcements about grant opportunities. Our [[domain_discuss:grants.gov|review of grants.gov]] provides clear instructions for using and searching that website. States receive grants from the federal government and distribute funds according to their intended use. As an example, a major announcement late in 2016 concerns new grants totaling almost $1 billion which will go to fight the opioid crisis in the U.S. This is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Opioid Initiative that started in 2015. States had to apply for the funds by a specific date so it’s clearly important -- whether you are an individual or a state -- to stay on top of government announcements about grant opportunities. Our [[domain_discuss:grants.gov|review of grants.gov]] provides clear instructions for using and searching that website.
 +
 +**News February 2019**
 +Sometimes it can be even easier: you can arrange to have grant opportunities come to you! For example, a new announcement of grants from the National Endowment for Humanities recently arrived by way of their newsletter, which you can sign up to receive via email. The Office of Digital Humanities was briefly closed down during the government shutdown but they are back up and running. And they have new grants and new deadlines for applying. These grants are for studies in the area of Digital Humanities. The new deadline for applications is rxtended to March 26, 2019. You can find additional information and specifics about new grants at the website of the Instititutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities.
**Travel Grants**: **Travel Grants**:
Recent Updates

Grants In Illinois - Illinois is a major economic force in the United States. Originally known as the “Prairie State” it was officially dubbed the “Land of Lincoln” in 1995. Today it ranks among the top ten states in the U.S. with regard to hig...

Grants.gov - Grants.gov is THE source to FIND and APPLY for U.S. federal grants. This site is a resource for government agencies that have grants to offer and everyone seeking grants. It is managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. I...

FAFSA on Ed.gov - First, let's be very clear on one thing: you need to apply for FAFSA, and you need to do it even if you are 99% sure that you're not going to qualify for financial aid. You could be very wrong! A lot of pretty well to do people still ...

types_of_grants_and_where_to_find_them.txt · Last modified: 2019/02/11 17:08 by admin