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The grantees will address and prevent domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and stalking crimes against children, youth and adults in rural areas.
The Nonprofit Finance Fund launches the Healthy Outcomes program, a multi-year initiative to support collaborations to accomplish large-scale improvements in community health.
This inaugural competition is focused on creating a socialbot, a new Alexa skill that converses coherently and engagingly with humans on popular topics and news events. Participating teams will advance several areas of conversational AI including knowledge acquisition, natural language understanding, natural language generation, context modeling, commonsense reasoning and dialog planning.
The Education Dept. releases non-regulatory guidance to encourages states and districts to prepare, train and recruit high-quality teachers and principals to increase student academic achievement.
Schools of nursing, nursing centers, academic health centers and governments will vie for $12.5 million in awards, which is $4 million more than the FY 2016 competition. HRSA anticipates making 25 awards.
The National Endowment for the Humanities releases the grant guidance for its Dialogues on the Experience of War program (CFDA Number: 45.163) (Funding Opportunity Number: 20161102-AV). State, tribal and local governments, public and private colleges and universities and nonprofits can apply for awards up to $100,000 each.
The National Endowment for the Humanities sets the FY 2017 deadline for its Common Heritage program (CFDA Number: 45.149). The agency will make multiple awards up to $12,000 each to state, tribal and local governments and nonprofits.
These funds, overseen by ACF’s Office of Refugee Resettlement, go to provide microenterprise services to refugee populations. The program assists refugees in becoming economically self-sufficient through helping them develop capital resources and credit history and repair their credit score to start microenterprise businesses.
(Deadline: Oct. 6, with letters of intent due Sept. 12) The Education Dept. seeks applications from state, tribal and local governments for its $2.8 million Preschool Pay for Success Feasibility Pilot program (CFDA Number: 84.419C) to conduct studies on expanding and improving early learning offerings. The pilot program is funded through appropriations from the FY 16 Preschool Development Grant Program, which is jointly administered DoEd and the Health and Human Services Dept. The competition will award 7 to 14 grants, ranging from $200,000 to $400,000 each.
The Office of Postsecondary Education (DoEd) seeks applications from public and private colleges and universities to participate in a new Experimental Sites Initiative. Colleges and universities must take part in the federal student loan programs to apply for the experiment.
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