Grants and Foundation Relations
Welcome to the Office of Grants & Foundation Relations! Our office is a one-stop shop for grant services for faculty, staff, and the College. Specifically, we:
- Help obtain external support for Whitman College through the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of foundations, corporations, and government agencies for College priorities such as academic programs, student life initiatives, facilities and equipment, or scholarships.
- Help faculty members develop external grant applications to support their individual research and curricular projects.
- Ensure and monitor College and faculty compliance with federal grant regulations and guidelines.
- Provide post-award grants management assistance, including tracking spending, processing payments, and assisting with financial and narrative reports.
Do you want to apply for a grant? Here's how:
- We are eager to help! Make an appointment to chat with us about your general plans or about a specific grant opportunity.
- Fill out the required Proposal Development Form one month before the proposal deadline. This will inform all relevant parties that you intend to apply for a grant, and to obtain approval for your proposal submission.
- If matching funds are required, fill out the Matching Funds Request Form one month before the proposal deadline. The Provost's office may be able to provide some funds if required by a funding agency.
- Work closely with us throughout the proposal preparation process. We help with developing budgets, providing boilerplate institutional information, obtaining internal signatures, editing proposals, and facilitating proposal submission via online systems
Grants & Foundation Relations News
Fulbright Scholar webinars: Learn about Fulbright opportunities around the world and in your academic field! Visit the webinar schedule to see what's available and to register.
Funded by a Mellon Foundation Community Engagement grant, Whitman's First Processing Day with Associate Professor Justin Lincoln, combined software and art.
Students will benefit from an expanded vision for summer research in the chemistry and life sciences departments at Whitman College, thanks to a Beckman Scholars Award from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.
The Murdock Trust has honored physicist Moira Gresham for her research prowess and dedication to mentoring women in science.
February 25, June 25, October 25 - NIH R15 Research Enhancement Award. Note that some changes have been made to the award. Due dates remain Feb 25, June 25, October 25.
Monday, September 16, 2019 - Fulbright US Scholar Program deadline
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - NEH Summer Stipends Deadline
NSF Biology Directorate changes to proposal submissions. The Directorate of Biological Sciences has eliminated pre-proposals and due dates in order to promote interdisciplinary research. This applies to the core programs DEB, IOS, MCB, and DBI