Outreach Grant for Native American and Indigenous Presenters

The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology posted the following.

We are pleased to announce that ASWM has received a special outreach grant for our 2018 conference. This will fund participation by Native American and indigenous scholars and researchers. Proposals will be read by an outside panel of scholars, and applicants may be asked to provide certification of their tribal membership. ASWM will consider successful grant projects and articles for inclusion in our forthcoming Proceedings series.

Our external grants committee invites Native American and indigenous scholars, researchers, artists, and activists to submit critical, creative, and practitioner proposals on topics that address the identity and empowerment of Native American and indigenous women, girls, families, and the environment through women-centered mythologies, earth centered mythologies, story-telling, healing practices, inter-generational exchanges, and traditional knowledge and practices.  We encourage work whose objective is to empower both women and the earth to alleviate violence and suffering in both women and the environment. We invite proposals that demonstrate the application of traditional knowledge and wisdom practices in rectifying social justice issues pertaining to women and the environment.

ASWM 2018 External Grant Call for Proposals

ASWM External Grants Proposal Submission form

American Association of University Women Accepting Applications for Community Action Grants

American Association of University Women Accepting Applications for Community Action Grants

The American Association of University Women strives to promote equity and education for women and girls. Since the organization’s founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political.

AAUW is accepting applications for its Community Action Grants Program, an annual program that provides funds to individuals, AAUW branches, and AAUW state organizations as well as local community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs and non-degree research projects that promote education and equity for women and girls.

The program offers one-year grants of up to $7,000 to support community-based projects and two-year grants of up to $10,000 to provide start-up funds for new projects that address the particular needs of the community and develop girls’ sense of efficacy through leadership or advocacy opportunities. Project topic areas are unrestricted but should include a clearly defined activity that promotes education and equity for women and girls. Special consideration will be given to projects focused on the achievements of K-12 girls and community college women in science, technology, engineering, or math.

To be eligible, individual applicants must be women who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Nonprofit organizations must be based in the U.S., and grant projects must have direct public impact, be nonpartisan, and take place within the U.S. or its territories.

See the AAUW website for complete program guidelines and application procedures


SBA Contracting Research Opportunities on Women and Business: Apply Today!

The Small Business Association is asking for applications for nine research projects! Find out exactly what they’re looking for in the email from The National Women’s Business Council below.


As you know, the Council is committed to supporting women in business by producing best-in-class, actionable research. Therefore, we are excited to announce our biggest research portfolio yet!  We are currently soliciting proposals for nine – yes 9 – research projects.

This research will be used as a springboard for action and policy recommendations. Strong proposals are those that not only demonstrate thorough knowledge of the entrepreneurial environment, but are also thoughtful and innovative.


LEAD Project Spotlight: VA Fellowship in Women’s Health

LEAD-center-logoAbout LEAD

At The LEAD Center, We advance the quality of teaching and learning by evaluating the effectiveness and impact of educational innovations, policies, and practices within higher education. Rigorous, theory-driven methods and interdisciplinary collaborations anchor our approach to evaluation, leading to the adaptation and dissemination of evidence-based strategies in service to student learning.

USVeteransAffairs_CloudImplementationAbout VA Fellowship in Women’s Health

The Health Issues of Women Veterans Fellowship Program provides two years of post residency, post-doctoral research, education, and clinical learning opportunities to eligible physicians and associated health professionals. Fellows spend approximately 75 percent of their time in research and education and 25 percent in clinical care at selected VA sites. Mentors of national stature provide guidance to fellows in rich learning environments. Graduates are expected to be role models in leading, developing, conducting, and evaluating innovative research, education, and clinical care in health issues pertaining to women veterans.


To inquire about the fellowship application process and to learn more about the program, interested candidates should email or write to the site(s) of their choice, including a cover letter and curriculum vitae.

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National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence

The 7th Biennial National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence aims to advance the health care system’s response to domestic violence. Join us in Washington, DC in 2015!

Futures Without Violence is hosting their National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence, March 19-21, 2015 in Washington, DC. Please see link below for registration.


Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign is ending child hunger in America

Share Our Strength awards grants to eligible organizations involved in increasing access to summer meals programs supported through the Summer Food Service Program or the National School Lunch “Seamless Summer” Program; educating and enrolling more eligible families in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program; increasing the availability of school breakfast through alternative models such as “in-classroom” breakfast and “grab-n-go” breakfasts; increasing access to afterschool snack and meal programs, as well as child care programs, supported through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP); and advocacy around any of the above anti-hunger issues. Maximum award: $10,000. Eligibility: nonprofit organizations and schools in the U.S. Deadline: Rolling

Click the link for more information: http://www.nokidhungry.org/solution/community-investments