School Seeks Applications for Cross-Disciplinary Education Research

Grants_ImagePrinceton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is accepting applications to the Overdeck Education Research Innovation Fund for cross-disciplinary education research projects involving quantitative data analysis.

Deadline: Varies

Through the fund, two-year grants will be awarded in support of creative research projects. Priority will be given to cross-disciplinary proposals, particularly those including research in education with intersections among two or more of the following disciplines: economics, sociology, politics, psychology, and the natural and physical sciences. Preference also will be given to proposals that align with one or more of the following focus areas  — early impact, exceptional educators, innovative schools, and inspired minds.

Grants at two levels of support will be distributed in the 2016-17 and 2017-18 academic years: Grants of $5,000 or less, to be considered on a rolling basis; and grants of between $5,000 and $200,000, to be considered annually.

All student submissions must include a Princeton faculty member as principal investigator or advisor. All proposals should include a letter of intent no more than two pages long and a detailed budget.

There is no deadline for proposals for smaller grants (i.e., under $5,000).

Info:  https://goo.gl/vWHCBp (website).

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