- proposal budgeting, internal deadlines or procedures? Please contact Brock Martin (Associate Director, Business and Financial Planning).
- fringe benefit and overhead rates? Consult grant information maintained at the business office site.
- financial information on your current grants? Available at My-UI-Financials.
- campus policies and procedures? See the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research (OVCR).
- successful grant proposals and broader impacts? See…ACF resources in Box.
- National Science Foundation (NSF)
- DMS disciplinary programs (August-December) – solo and collaborative research
- CAREER program (July) – pre-tenure faculty
- DMS conference and workshop funding (rolling)
- Focused Research Groups FRG (September)
- Innovations in Graduate Education IGE – limited submission (February)
- Research Training Groups RTG (June)
- Research Experiences for Undergraduates REU (August) – see advice on best practices
- Research Traineeships NRT (September)
- Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) – limited submission (January)
- US-UK joint research (August-December)
- DMS announcements listserv – for funding opportunities
- Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide (PAPPG) – effective October 4, 2021 – see important changes here
- Proposal templates (LaTeX) and summary of standard proposal elements
- NSF award search and links to DMS awards
- Simons Foundation
- Collaboration Grant (January) – travel and equipment for tenure track and tenured faculty
- Targeted Grant (rolling) – high-risk projects of exceptional promise and importance
- Collaborations in Mathematics and the Physical Sciences (November) – progress on fundamental questions of major importance
- AMS-Simons Travel grants (February) – 2-year travel grant, PhD within the last four years
- Association for Women in Mathematics – travel grants (February, May, October), mentoring travel grants (February)
- Air Force Office of Scientific Research – funding opportunities and visiting scientist programs
- Army Research Lab – funding opportunities
- DARPA – funding opportunities and young faculty award
- Dept of Energy – Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR), incl. Quantum Information Science
- NSA – conferences, Research Experiences for Undergraduates
- ONR – funding opportunities and Young Investigator Awards in certain research areas
- Campus Research Board (August, October, January, March) – proposals should be written to support your research; the project can be joint with a student but should not be presented as solely the student’s work.
Budget figures for a 50% RA stipend: $12322 for Spring 2023, $6076 for Summer 2023 (2 months), $12692 for Fall 2023. The figures above include fringe benefits, and the summer figure includes an additional $300 to cover additional summer fringes that will get charged if the student is registered for fewer than 3 hours. The pay received by the RA will be lower than the figures above (since those figures include fringe benefits). We recommend that you request two semesters and a summer of funding. Please confirm your budget figures with Brock Martin before submission and before assigning an RA position. Any over-expenditures will be your responsibility, NOT the department’s, so please check with Brock.
Other resources: get your internal balances from My-UI-Financials (using the VPN if not on campus). If you have no internal funds, explain briefly in the budget section (eg “start-up all spent”). If you hold an external grant, explain why it does not cover the RA requested from the Research Board.
- Scholars’ Travel Fund (monthly) – travel support for faculty members, incl. some specialized faculty
- Provost’s Initiative on Teaching Advancement PITA (March) – grants of $7500 for instructional improvements
- Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Program (March) – support and course reduction for an innovative project with broad educational implications
- Departmental travel support (monthly)
Actuarial Science and Risk Management funding
Collaboration in residence programs
- American Institute of Mathematics SQuaREs (November) – 4-6 researchers
- BIRS Banff Focused Research Groups and Research in Teams (rolling) – 2-8 researchers
- CIRM Luminy Research in Residence (rolling) – 2-4 researchers
- ICMS Edinburgh Research in Groups (February, May, September, November) – 2-6 researchers
- IMSI Chicago Research Collaboration Workshops and Interdisciplinary Research Clusters (rolling) – small groups
- Institut Henri Poincaré Research in Paris (June and November) – 2-4 researchers
- MFO Oberwolfach Research Fellows (rolling) – 2-4 researchers
- MSRI Summer Research in Mathematics (December) – 2-6 researchers