Funding Agency Events
Virtual Workshops and Conferences Hosted by Funding Agencies
Virtual workshops or conferences hosted by funding agencies can provide broad introductory information about topics such as mission, priorities, opportunities, and the application and review process or more focused information about a specific opportunity. Recordings of these events are often posted for those unable to attend the live event. This page lists some events associated with funding agencies such as Department of State, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and National Science Foundation (NSF).
NSF offers Virtual Grants Conferences designed to give new faculty, researchers, and administrators key insights into a wide range of current issues at NSF. NSF program officers also provide up-to-date information about specific funding opportunities and answer attendee questions.
NSF CAREER Program Informational Webinar 2023
The NSF CAREER Program Informational Webinar 2023 provides information on the NSF Faculty Early Career Development program (CAREER) solicitation NSF 22-586 including a briefing on the CAREER program and key solicitation requirements followed by a question and answer session.
The proposal submission deadline is the fourth Wednesday in July, Annually.
- NSF Funding Opportunities: Organizational and Individual Eligibility
September 28, 2023
- NSF Biographical Sketch and Current and Pending (Other) Support: SciENcv and NSF Formats
January 19, 2023
- Concept Outlines at NSF
September 27, 2022
- Subawards: Assessment, Approval, and Monitoring
June 30, 2022
- Current and Pending Support
January 31, 2022
- NIH Loan Repayment Programs: Supporting the Next Generation of Researchers
August 25, 2022
- Navigating Early Career Funding Opportunities
September 15, 2022
- Research Misconduct & Detrimental Research Practices: Overview & Case Studies
October 14, 2022
- International Collaborations: Policies, Processes, & Partnerships
November 9, 2022
- Human Subjects Research: Policies, Clinical Trials, & Inclusion
December 6 & 7, 2022
- 2023 Virtual NIH Grants Conference: Funding, Policies, & Processes
February 1-2, 2023
These events are designed both for those who are new to working with the NIH grants process (administrators, early stage investigators, researchers, graduate students) and for those who are already familiar with NIH. Taken together, the events provide a comprehensive overview of the NIH application and award process, policies and resources, highlighting current areas of special interest or concern.
2023 NIH Virtual Seminar presentation materials including session recordings, presentation slides, and transcripts are currently available.
This two-part series breaks down the new NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy which takes effect on January 25, 2023 in terms of what it means for stakeholders.
Recordings and slides now available on the Learning page of the NIH Scientific Data Sharing website.
- Understanding the New NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy
August 11, 2022
- Diving Deeper into the New NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
September 22, 2022
This webinar series is designed for faculty and sponsored programs/ research development personnel.
- Webinar 1 - Before Writing: Faculty Readiness and Submission Considerations
August 16, 2022 (webinar recording and slides are available)
- Webinar 2 – Determining Whether a Funding Opportunity is Right for You
September 26, 2022 (webinar recording and slides are available)
- Webinar 3 – Writing a Competitive Application
November 1, 2022 (webinar recording and slides are available)
Webinar: Introduction to the Arts Public Funding Ecosystem
Date: May 4, 2022 (Recording available)
During this webinar, NEA staff members and representatives from arts agencies across the country provided an overview of grantmaking opportunities for arts organizations at the federal, regional, state, and local levels of government.
The Fulbright U.S. Scholar program offers diverse opportunities for U.S. academics, administrators and professionals to teach, research, do professional projects and attend seminars abroad.
To identify potential opportunities, visit the Catalog of Awards for details of over 400 awards offered across 135 countries. Please note that U.S. citizenship is required.
Dates: April - June 2021
Several virtual workshops presented by NEH program staff provide information about NEH grant opportunities, deadlines, and application information.
The NEH Virtual Grant Workshops page provides information about how to join each live event as well as links to recordings and handouts.
Recordings of these workshops and other NEH events can be found on the NEHgov YouTube channel.