Who will provide integrated care? Assessing the workforce for the integration of behavioral health and primary care in New Hampshire. By Alexander Blount, James Fauth, Anne Nordstrom, Sarah Pearson. Center for Behavioral Health Innovation
The Pamela and Alexander F. Skutch Research Award supports minimally invasive research into the life histories, especially social relations and reproduction, of little known birds of the continental Neotropics, including Trinidad and Tobago. The Association of Field Ornithologists welcomes applications for funding from amateur or professional ornithologists of any nationality. Preference will be given to applicants that have had some previous experience with the geographic region (and if possible, the specific locality) as well as the bird species involved in the proposed study. Applicants and/or their primary research supervisor must be members of the Association of Field Ornithologists (prior to the application deadline) to be eligible for an award.
U.S./Canada awards are aimed at people beginning their research or those with limited or no access to major funding. They are restricted to non-professionals, undergraduates, and Masters degree candidates working in the United States or Canada. Ph.D. students studying at U.S. and Canadian institutions, regardless of their nationality or geographic region of investigation, are NOT eligible to receive a Bergstrom Research Award. The applicant and/or their primary research supervisor must be a member of the Association of Field Ornithologists prior to the application deadline.
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program forgives the remaining balance on your Direct Loans after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer.
The Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act (NMBCA) addresses migratory bird population needs on a continental scale and conserves birds throughout their life cycles. The projects our grants support in other countries foster security, generate good will, and improve foreign relations, while sustaining healthy bird populations. The NMBCA program provides matching grants to Neotropical migratory bird conservation projects throughout the Western Hemisphere, with at least 75 percent of funding going to projects outside the United States. The competitive grants require that grant requests be matched by partner contributions at no less than a 3-to-1 ratio.
Faculty and researchers with principal investigator status at any institution of higher education and research in New Hampshire are eligible to apply for funding through N.H. Sea Grant. Additionally, multiple fellowship opportunities are available for graduate students
The Leakey Foundation exclusively funds research related to human origins. The current specific funding priorities include: Paleoanthropology of the Miocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene; and Primates (Old and New World): Evolution, behavior, morphology, ecology, endocrinology, genetics, isotope studies, and modern hunter-gatherer groups.
The Switzer Fellowship Program offers one-year Fellowships to highly talented graduate students in New England and California whose studies and career goals are directed toward environmental improvement and who clearly demonstrate leadership in their field. The Fellowship provides a $15,000 cash award for academic study, leadership training, access to a vibrant network of nearly 600 Switzer Fellowship alums, and opportunities for professional development during the Fellowship year and beyond.
Database – The Terra Viva Grants Directory develops and manages information about grants for agriculture, energy, environment, and natural resources in the world’s developing countries. NOTE – this site has a subscription fee
Multiple sources of financial support to students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career investigators engaged in research on mammals. It also includes travel funds to promote student presentations at the Society’s annual meeting. Grants, fellowships and awards for ASM members.
The Research Committee of IPS awards grants of up to $1500 to support outstanding primate research proposals. We invite proposals for primate-oriented research projects with a strong theoretical component. These projects can be conducted in the field and/or in captivity. Scientific excellence will be the primary selection criterion. Proposals for projects focusing solely on primate conservation or on the captive care of nonhuman primates will not be considered by the Research Committee and should be directed to the Conservation or Captive Care Committees.
Scholarships and graduate fellowships for students who meet eligibility criteria, including being able to demonstrate personal enrollment in a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native group, or possess one fourth (1/4) degree verifiable federally recognized American Indian blood through the submission of a Tribal Eligibility Certificate
Giva’s Corporate Student Scholarship and Worldwide Community Ambassador Award is for anyone attending a college or university worldwide. This scholarship grant is aimed at assisting undergraduate or graduate students further their education as well as expand their social responsibility and community service footprint in the world. There is no specific course of study or major required.
the IHS Scholarship Program has supported thousands of American Indian and Alaska Native students in their quest for a health professions degree leading to a career in Indian health. Today, this support continues as IHS seeks the next generation of leaders committed to improving the health of Indian communities. Programs include Scholarships, American Indians into Psychology Program, and more.
The society provides a wide variety of grants and award that support conservation and other primatological research projects, recognize senior levels of service and achievement in pursuit of the society’s aims, and reward promising new primatologists.
Whitley Awards are for successful and dynamic, mid-career conservation professionals who are leading wildlife conservation projects that involve local communities. WFN seek applicants from grassroots conservation NGOs incorporated in biodiversity-rich developing countries, rather than in-country staff from NGOs headquartered in developed countries
US Fish & Wildlife Services (USFS) Wildlife Without Borders has ten grants programs that fund international wildlife conservation projects. Each focuses on a different type of animal or region of the globe: Africa, African Elephant, Amphibians in Decline, Asian Elephant, Critically Endangered Animals , Great Ape, Latin America and the Caribbean , Marine Turtle, Mexico, Rhino, and Tiger.
U.S. Army scholarship program — The F. Edward Hébert Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program. Qualifying students receive full tuition for any accredited medical, dental, veterinary, psychiatric nurse practitioner, psychology or optometry program, plus a generous monthly stipend of more than $2,000.
Three year fellowships for U.S. citizens or nationals who have demonstrated superior academic achievement, are committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level, show promise of future achievement as scholars and teachers, and are well prepared to use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
The WCS Research Fellowship Program (RFP) is a small grants program designed to build capacity for the next generation of conservationists by supporting individual field research projects that have a clear application to the conservation of threatened wildlife and wild places. Collectively, the professionals receiving RFP grants will apply field-tested conservation science to the challenges facing the natural world.
The UNCF/Koch Scholars Program offers scholarship opportunities to talented African-American undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral students with both a demonstrated financial need, and an interest in exploring how entrepreneurship, innovation and economics contribute to well-being for individuals, communities and society.
The Udall Foundation’s programs promote leadership, education, collaboration, and conflict resolution in the areas of environment, public lands, and natural resources in order to strengthen Native nations, assist federal agencies and others to resolve environmental conflicts, and to encourage the continued use and appreciation of our nation’s rich resources.
The Rufford Foundation is a UK registered charity which funds nature conservation projects across the developing world.
The program is designed to promote the education of exceptionally qualified students and provide research information to manage wildlife populations. The scientific breadth of the program is suggested by the academic units of previous fellowship recipients, among them: animal behavior, biology, botany, conservation education, ecology, genetics, mammalogy, ornithology, parasitology, range science, veterinary pathology, and wildlife sciences. Fellowships are awarded directly to properly accredited U.S. colleges or universities for bona fide graduate students who are approved candidates for M.S. or Ph.D. degrees after project proposals have been submitted to and approved by the Foundation.
The NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs) are a set of programs established by Congress and designed to recruit and retain highly qualified health professionals into biomedical or biobehavioral research careers. The LRPs repay up to $35,000 annually of a researcher’s qualified educational debt in return for a commitment to engage in NIH mission-relevant research.
The Latin American Student Field Research Award is made annually to support research projects in Latin America by graduate students. Eligible students must be citizens of Latin American countries, and their projects must be field-oriented investigations of natural history, conservation, ecology, systematics, wildlife biology, biogeography, or behavior.
The IFS Programme aims to support excellent individual and collaborative research, to build capability of early-career scientists in the developing world, and to contribute innovation to the sustainable management of biological and water resources. In particular, to enable young scientists to contribute to a global research community that is aiming to reduce poverty and supporting sustainable development.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers a diverse range of scholarship programs and financial aid resources to Latino students.
The GCA offers 27 merit-based scholarships in 12 areas: Botany, Coastal Wetlands Studies, Conservation & Ecological Restoration, Desert Studies, Garden History & Design, Horticulture & Related Fields, International Work & Study, Landscape Architecture, Native Bird Habitat, Pollinator Research, Summer Environmental Study, and Urban Forestry. Fifteen scholarships collaborate with outside partners
The Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) Program provides outstanding African American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian Pacific Islander American**, and Hispanic American students with an opportunity to complete an undergraduate college education in any discipline area of interest. Continuing Gates Millennium Scholars may request funding for a graduate degree program in one of the following discipline areas: computer science, education, engineering, library science, mathematics, public health or science.
The fellowship provides funds for research that is oriented toward solving real-world problems as defined by CFEs. Moreover, the planning, implementation and dissemination of research results will be carried out in participatory manner to ensure that it has practical value for communities and helps to inform their action plans.
The Foundation provides a variety of grants to support individual research, collaborative projects, conferences and training fellowships. The Wenner-Gren Foundation has three major goals: to support significant and innovative anthropological research into humanity’s biological and cultural origins, development, and variation; to foster the international community of research scholars in anthropology; and to provide leadership at the forefronts of the discipline.
The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) makes grants for wildlife studies, habitat protection, and community conservation and education in critical ecosystems around the world.
The Conservation Leadership Award is available to CLP project teams that have received both Future Conservationist Awards and Conservation Follow-Up awards. Grants are up to $40,000, with coaching support, to undertake complex conservation projects that connect previous work and typically focus on creating enduring systems to ensure conservation outcomes in the long-term, for example creating a new, self-supporting NGO. Award winners should be high potential early to mid-career conservationists, who through training and experience are now able to build the capacity of others.
The American Psychological Association (APA), the largest scientific and professional psychology organization in the U.S., offers an annual psychology scholarship designed to help graduate psychology students travel to the APA convention in order to present their research. Students whose research papers or posters have already been accepted by the APA are invited to apply to the travel award.
Support for research fellowships and professional development opportunities to engage the future environmental workforce
Sponsored by the American Psychological Foundation (APF), this psychology scholarship offers recipients the chance to be awarded up to $25,000 in support of graduate-level study in the field of child psychology, particularly doctoral students of child-clinical, educational, developmental, pediatric and school psychopathology.
Scholarship program that gives researchers the resources they need to carry out pressing field work in tropical forests. The program provides young Peruvian biologists with opportunities for independent research and brings researchers from around the world to work at our Los Amigos Biological Station, Villa Carmen Biological Station, and Wayqecha Cloud Forest Biological Station.
RFF promotes research and policy analysis on environmental and natural resource issues by supporting work at colleges, universities, and other institutions around the world and by bringing researchers to RFF to help formulate new lines of inquiry. RFF offers a variety of academic fellowships and internships.
Resource guide for studying in the US, including information on admissions, funding, English as a second language, passports & visa, travel, cultural differences and more.
Research grants for the following focus areas: Air, Climate Change, Ecosystems, Health, Safer Chemicals, Sustainability, and Water.
Research and Dissertations Grants Program that provides small grants for conducting studies of education policy and practice using federally-funded, large-scale data sets. Fellowships programs include: Fellowship Program on the Study of Deeper Learning (AERA-SDL), Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Dissertation Fellowship Program, and Minority Dissertation Fellowship Program in Education Research.
Recognizes outstanding scholarship and encourages independent graduate level research — particularly by female and minority students — in NOAA mission-related sciences of oceanography, marine biology and maritime archaeology, including all science, engineering and resource management of ocean and coastal areas
Provides funding to primary health care providers in exchange for service: 1) For students pursuing primary care careers, the Scholarship Program pays for tuition and fees of future primary care providers, including physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, and physician assistants. 2) For primary care providers interested in serving communities in need:The Loan Repayment Program provides up to $50,000 for loans in primary care—medical, dental, or mental/behavioral health. 3) For students in the final year of medical or dental school pursuing primary care careers: The Students to Service Program provides up to $120,000 to students pursuing degrees in primary care and are in their final year of medical or dental school.
Primate Conservation, Incorporated (PCI) is a not-for-profit foundation founded to fund field research that supports conservation programs for wild populations of primates. Priority will be given to projects that study, in their natural habitat, the least known and most endangered species. The involvement of citizens from the country in which the primates are found will be a plus. The intent is to provide support for original research that can be used to formulate and to implement conservation plans for the species studied.
Over 300 scholarship funds for New Hampshire students. Scholarships are awarded to students for professional certificate programs, licensure, two- and four-year undergraduate degrees and graduate school.
Ph.D.-track fellowships in the physical sciences and related engineering fields. It is open to all qualified U.S. citizens, with an emphasis on recruiting applications from historically underrepresented minorities. NPSC Fellows will receive two paid summer internships, as well as tuition, fees, and stipends for up to six years.
OTS fellowships are open to graduate students enrolled in degree programs at OTS member institutions and to OTS graduate course alumni. Awards are intended to assist thesis-related field research in tropical biology and similar fields. OTS graduate research funds are limited. Most awards will be restricted to OTS field stations (La Selva, Palo Verde, and Las Cruces), with the exception of one annual fellowship for research at the Cocha Cashu field station in Peru; and the Hovore-Horn Entomology awards which may be used in any Latin American country. Other than these specific exceptions, proposals for research at other sites will not be considered. Only one research award may be held at a time.
Open to U.S. citizens in the applied and physical sciences who have a record of high scholastic performance. Provides financial and fellowship support to the nation’s most remarkable PhD students in the physical, biological and engineering sciences.
Open to outstanding graduate women, preferably in the last year of study, who are working toward the doctoral degree. Restricted to the regions of Soroptimist International of the Americas (SIA) with territory encompassing: 10 counties in Northern California, The State of Hawaii, The U.S. territories of Guam & the Northern Mariana Islands
Offered by the American Psychological Foundation (APF), the Roy Scrivner Research Grant supports graduate-level, applied and empirical research in the field of lesbian, gay and bisexual family psychology and therapy. Students planning to use human participants in their research must receive approval from their psychology program’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to receiving this psychology scholarship.
NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship program seeks to encourage a new generation of scholars from a wide range of disciplines and professional fields to undertake research relevant to the improvement of education. The fellowships support individuals whose dissertations show potential for bringing fresh and constructive perspectives to the history, theory, analysis, or practice of formal or informal education anywhere in the world.
International Dissertation Research Fellowship, Short-term Fellowships, CTFS Research Grants Program, Center for Tropical Forest Studies
IEF supports and operates elephant conservation & education programs in managed facilities and in the wild, with emphasis on management, protection & scientific research. Project grants, postdoctoral fellowships available
he NHWPCA is committed to promoting excellence in the fields of wastewater engineering and operations. The Scholarship Committee is responsible for applying a portion of the Association’s assets to a New Hampshire student who is attending college and majoring in the environment field related to water and wastewater. Scholarship awarded annually to a student enrolled in a New Hampshire college.
Grants for projects that promote the conservation of natural resources, improve the production and distribution of food, and improve health in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Grants for Environmental education projects that promote environmental awareness and stewardship and help provide people with the skills to take responsible actions to protect the environment. This grant program provides financial support for projects that design, demonstrate, and/or disseminate environmental education practices, methods, or techniques.
Graduate, pre- and post-doctoral fellowships aimed at those pursuing degrees in psychology, behavioral health services or policy, clinical, or counseling
For U.S. citizens and permanent residents conducting overseas dissertation research in modern foreign language and area studies. Funding is for six to 12 months. Fellowships are not awarded for projects focusing on Western Europe or for research in countries with which the U.S. has no diplomatic relations
Fellowships and grants to outstanding women and nonprofit organizations. Recipients perform research in a wide range of disciplines and work to improve their schools and communities. Their intellect, dedication, imagination, and effort promise to forge new paths in scholarship, improve the quality of life for all, and tackle the educational and social barriers facing women worldwide.
EFN provides fellowships to rising leaders to pursue advanced degrees (master’s and PhD) in conservation-related fields and conduct research in their home countries or region.
Dedicated to expanding the delivery of culturally competent mental health and substance abuse services to underserved minority populations, and increasing the number of culturally competent Marriage and Family therapists.
Database of more than 650 scholarships, grants and awards by de3adline, top, type or kind of recipient