| The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Fellowship for Science and Engineering
The stipend is $875,000 for 5 years
Every year, the Foundation invites the presidents of 50 universities to nominate two professors each from their institutions. The panel then selects 16 Fellows to receive individual awards of $875,000, payable over five consecutive years. Disciplines that are considered include physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, astronomy, computer science, earth science, ocean science, and all branches of engineering. Faculty members who are well established and well funded are less likely to receive the award.
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The award is $50,000 for the two-year period
The Program Committee reviews more than 600 nominations each year to arrive at a final selection of 118 Fellows.. To be eligible for the award, candidates must be faculty members who have received their PhDs within the last six years and in one of the following fields: physics, chemistry, mathematics, neuroscience, economics, computer science, computational and evolutionary molecular biology, or a related interdisciplinary field. The fellowship is open to faculty in both the United States and Canada. Election to the Fellowship is for two years.
7 fellows with an award of $200,000
Because new faculty are so vital to the future of academic computer science, the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship Program identifies, recognizes, and supports exceptional new faculty members engaged in innovative computing research. Each fellowship award includes an unrestricted cash gift of $200,000. The Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows also have access to other Microsoft resources, such as software, invitations to conferences, and engagements with Microsoft Research. Microsoft awards seven Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship grants each year; awardees are selected in April.
The minimum CAREER award size is $400,000 for a five-year period
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations.
The CAREER budget request should reflect the scope of the research and education plans, and the practices within the discipline. The minimum CAREER award size is $400,000, including indirect cost or overhead, for a 5- year period.
Up to three new contributions of $25,000
For the last 14 years, AT&T has invested globally in research projects that study the intersection of community needs and AT&T’s business interests via the Industrial Ecology Fellowship Program, which this new program replaces. The newly redefined program will continue to fund research at leading universities that pursue advancements in our knowledge of how the environment is impacted by Information and Communications Technology (ICT), especially those products and services in which AT&T is directly involved.
The AT&T Technology and Environment Awards Program is intended to stimulate interdisciplinary research involving environmental issues, engineering, science, economics, management, business, law and public policy issues. Up to three new contributions of $25,000 each will be made in 2010. Applications will be solicited electronically. AT&T will consider proposals from individual or teams of faculty members.
Student stipend of $4,750 and faculty stipend of $12,000
The FaST Program provides funding for one faculty member and two or three of his or her undergraduate students. Supported disciplines include science, engineering and technology. The amounts targeted for the student stipends are $4,750 for each student (allocated as ten weekly stipends of $425, and up to $500 for travel), and faculty stipends of $12,000 for faculty team members. Both faculty and student team members will receive funding assistance with travel and housing.
The program provides hands-on research opportunities in DOE national laboratories during the summer. The faculty member identifies a mutually beneficial research area amenable to collaboration by the faculty member and the laboratory scientist.
A $16,500 stipend for eight-week period
Participants will enter into a service agreement that, based on full participation, will provide: $16,500 stipend, travel and relocation allowance and per diem based on their assigned locations. Throughout this eight-week period, the participants will maintain contact with each other enabling them to compare their observations and their learning experiences, as well as to begin the draft of a joint group report to be presented during the final week. At the end of the program, Fellows are asked to submit a report on their observations which contains their suggestions for improvement. They are also asked to present their own personal plan for improving undergraduate education in their field.
8 to 12 week program.
The Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (SFFP) offers hands-on exposure to Air Force research challenges through eight (8) to twelve (12) week research residencies at participating Air Force Research Facilities for full-time science and engineering faculty at U.S. colleges and universities.
FFP participants receive a weekly stipend; the weekly stipend amount depends on the faculty status of the participant’s application. The levels for the 2010 SFFP are as follows:
Assistant Professor: $1,300
Associate Professor: $1,500
SFFP fellow participants have the opportunity to bring a graduate student with them. The graduate students receive a weekly stipend; the weekly stipend depends on the graduate student’s previous education experience. The levels for the 2010 graduate students are as follows:
Bachelor Degree: $884
Master’s Degree: $1,037
A suitable relocation reimbursement for personal travel to the Air Force research facility will be determined for each awardee. Details will be provided at the time of the award. A daily expense allowance is provided to SFFP Fellows and graduate students with a commute distance greater than fifty miles (one way by the most direct route) and who have obtained a temporary residence while working at an Air Force Research Facility. The daily expense allowance is $50 per workday.