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Global Development Conferences and Events -- Call for Proposals

Sponsored by: 
King Center on Global Development

The Stanford King Center on Global Development is a Stanford University research center working to improve the lives of the world’s poor. We support research, inspire students, and collaborate with thought leaders to make a real world impact.

Conferences / Speakers
Community Engagement
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Cardinal Course Grants

Sponsored by: 
Haas Center for Public Service, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

This grant supports instructors to incorporate community engaged learning projects into their courses to address social or environmental challenges.

Teaching
Student Engagement
Community Engagement

Stanford AIMI - Google Cloud Credit Call for Proposals

Sponsored by: 
Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging

Stanford AIMI, in collaboration with Google Cloud, is offering Stanford researchers the opportunity to receive up to $20,000 per year of Google Cloud research credits on any Google Cloud product for research in the field of AI in medicine.

Research

Faculty Small Grants for the Arts 2020-21

Sponsored by: 
Office of the Vice President for the Arts

Faculty Small Grants support arts-related projects/events beyond the classroom that enrich the campus community.

Research
Teaching
Conferences / Speakers
Career Development
Proof-of-Concept
Student Engagement
Community Engagement

King Center on Global Development Capacity Building and Policy Engagement Activities

Sponsored by: 
King Center on Global Development

The King Center on Global Development invites proposals from Stanford faculty for capacity-building and policy-engagement activities that support academics, government officials, or other policymakers in low- and middle-income countries.

Research
Teaching
International
Community Engagement

King Center on Global Development Emergency Research Funding

Sponsored by: 
King Center on Global Development

The King Center recognizes that conducting research in low- and middle-income countries is increasingly complex and that in extraordinary cases, faculty may have emergency funding needs for ongoing projects.  

Research

Testing Molecular Hypotheses with Materials from Human Subjects Program for Junior Investigators

Sponsored by: 
Stanford ChEM-H

ChEM-H seeks to support research projects driven by junior investigators and aimed at testing molecular hypotheses in human subjects. Submissions must include an MD or MD/PhD investigator and a junior investigator.

Research

High-Throughput Small Molecule Screening, Spring 2021

Sponsored by: 
Stanford ChEM-H

IMA is accepting proposals for assay development projects to create and optimize miniaturized assays in 384-well microplate format for use in high-throughput, small-molecule screens. 

Research

artsCatalyst Grant for Summer 2021 Courses

Sponsored by: 
Office of the Vice President for the Arts

artsCatalyst Grants foster interdisciplinary arts experiences that enhance classroom experiences for undergraduate students. 

Teaching
Student Engagement

2020-21 Spring Quarter Junior Faculty Research Grants for Global Development Work

Sponsored by: 
King Center on Global Development

The Stanford King Center on Global Development is working to improve the lives of the world’s poor. We stimulate and support research, inspire students, and collaborate with thought leaders and influencers to make a real-world impact.

Research

2021 KL2 Mentored Career Development Award

Sponsored by: 
Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education (Spectrum)

The KL2 Mentored Career Development Program (KL2 Scholars Program) at Stanford University is a two-year research program funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Stanford Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA) Program.

Research
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