WISELI Life Cycle Grant Application
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education, in partnership with the Women in Science & Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI), invites faculty and academic staff with permanent Principal Investigator (PI) status to submit applications for the Life Cycle Grant program for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The last of two deadlines for submissions in 2020/21 is December 31, 2020.
The Vilas Life Cycle Professorship is a long-standing program supported by the Office of the Provost. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for 2020-21, this program has obtained supplemental funds from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education and WARF, and for 2020/21 will be called the Life Cycle Grant program. The Life Cycle Grant program will provide funds to faculty and non-emeritus permanent PIs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who are at critical junctures in their professional careers and whose research productivity has been directly affected by personal life events (e.g., illness of a dependent, parent, spouse/partner, or oneself; complications from childbirth; combination of major life events).
Visit the WISELI Life Cycle Grants web page for all the details, including eligibility, application, and administration information.
UW-Madison Teaching Academy’s Winter LEaP
Sign up for this 2-day Learning Environment And Pedagogics workshop sponsored and taught by the UW-Madison Teaching Academy. Introduce yourself to evidence-based practices that have a high impact on student learning.
Winter LEaP 2021 will take place virtually on January 11-12 (Monday-Tuesday), 2021, 9-11:30am. These times are synchronous with supplemental asynchronous materials available Jan. 11-15. Please ensure you have availability to attend the entire synchronous part of the workshop, both days. Those who are not able to attend both days are not eligible for registration.
Email Jamie Henke at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Global Health Institute 2021 Grants and Awards
The application window is open for the Global Health Institute’s annual grants and awards for faculty, staff, clinicians and graduate students who are furthering global health. They offer awards in five categories, including Seed Grants, Clinical Research Awards, Virtual Visiting Scholar Awards, Graduate Student Research Grants and the Henry Anderson Graduate Award.
The deadline for most applications is January 25 (later for Anderson grants). Seed Grant applicants need to file a letter of intent by December 21. All of the information is here.
Global Health Tuesdays
Peter Halfmann, a researcher in the Influenza Research Institute in the School of Veterinary Medicine, takes a look at ongoing virus research in this Global Health Tuesday webinar. Halfmann has worked for more than 20 years with Professor Yoshihiro Kawaoka and worked extensively with Ebola in Sierra Leone. He will share why Ebola virus is deadly in humans, collaborations in Sierra Leone to identify new viruses and new research efforts on SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Learn more. Register here.
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