Grants Database

The Foundation awards approximately 200 grants per year (excluding the Sloan Research Fellowships), totaling roughly $80 million dollars in annual commitments in support of research and education in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and economics. This database contains grants for currently operating programs going back to 2008. For grants from prior years and for now-completed programs, see the annual reports section of this website.

Grants Database

Grantee
Amount
City
Year
  • grantee: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    amount: $67,100
    city: Cold Spring Harbor, NY
    year: 2018

    To support a Banbury meeting on signals of trust within scholarly communication

    • Program Digital Technology
    • Sub-program Scholarly Communication
    • Investigator Rebecca Leshan

    To support a Banbury meeting on signals of trust within scholarly communication

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  • grantee: Research Foundation of CUNY o/b/o Jay College of Criminal Justice
    amount: $124,991
    city: New York, NY
    year: 2018

    To develop a model educational program and supportive community for the persistence of women graduate students in STEM through the presentation of the play, “Truth Values,” with associated workshops, mentoring, and networking activities

    • Program Higher Education
    • Sub-program Education and Professional Advancement for Underrepresented Groups
    • Investigator Silvia Mazzula

    To develop a model educational program and supportive community for the persistence of women graduate students in STEM through the presentation of the play, “Truth Values,” with associated workshops, mentoring, and networking activities

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  • grantee: Technology Affinity Group
    amount: $5,000
    city: Chicago, IL
    year: 2018

    To support 2018 Membership Dues for this affinity group of the Council on Foundations

    • Program Initiatives
    • Investigator Chantal Forster

    To support 2018 Membership Dues for this affinity group of the Council on Foundations

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  • grantee: University of Texas, Austin
    amount: $57,500
    city: Austin, TX
    year: 2018

    To support Power Trip: The Story of Energy by Michael Webber, to be published by Basic Books in 2019

    • Program Public Understanding
    • Sub-program Books
    • Investigator Michael Webber

    To support Power Trip: The Story of Energy by Michael Webber, to be published by Basic Books in 2019

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  • grantee: University of Texas, Austin
    amount: $70,043
    city: Austin, TX
    year: 2018

    To examine ozone reactions with four common indoor materials

    • Program Science
    • Sub-program Chemistry of Indoor Environments
    • Investigator Richard Corsi

    To examine ozone reactions with four common indoor materials

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  • grantee: University of Michigan
    amount: $24,269
    city: Ann Arbor, MI
    year: 2018

    To support a workshop on indoor surface chemistry

    • Program Science
    • Sub-program Chemistry of Indoor Environments
    • Investigator Andrew Ault

    To support a workshop on indoor surface chemistry

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  • grantee: National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
    amount: $97,348
    city: Cambridge, MA
    year: 2018

    To ascertain current policies of large companies toward older employees working beyond traditional retirement ages

    • Program Working Longer
    • Investigator Robert Clark

    To ascertain current policies of large companies toward older employees working beyond traditional retirement ages

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  • grantee: RAND Corporation
    amount: $125,000
    city: Santa Monica, CA
    year: 2018

    To pilot a new approach to collect linked worker-firm data in which both workers and employers provide information about the determinants of the length of working life

    • Program Working Longer
    • Investigator Peter Hudomiet

    To pilot a new approach to collect linked worker-firm data in which both workers and employers provide information about the determinants of the length of working life

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  • grantee: Georgia State University Research Foundation
    amount: $107,931
    city: Atlanta, GA
    year: 2018

    To conduct research on the returns to later-age degrees (for individuals 50 and older) in terms of wage premiums, employment stability, and retirement income

    • Program Working Longer
    • Investigator Sally Wallace

    To conduct research on the returns to later-age degrees (for individuals 50 and older) in terms of wage premiums, employment stability, and retirement income

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  • grantee: Regents of the University of Idaho
    amount: $20,000
    city: Moscow, ID
    year: 2018

    To support the first U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium

    • Program Digital Technology
    • Sub-program Data & Computational Research
    • Investigator Xiaogang Ma

    To support the first U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium

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