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The program expands the role of the humanities in the undergraduate curriculum at two- and four-year colleges and universities, offering students in all academic fields new opportunities to develop the intellectual skills and habits of mind that the humanities cultivate.
The program supports collaborative mental health clinical studies, not involving treatment development, efficacy or effectiveness trials. Primary areas of focus include mental health genetics, biomarker studies and studies of mental illnesses also when associated with HIV/AIDS.
The program supports exceptional investigators who wish to pursue independent research directly after completion of their doctoral/research degree or clinical residency. These individuals will forgo the traditional post-doctoral training period to immediately enter an independent research career.
The program supports organizations with the ability to reach undergraduate and graduate students, including people with disabilities, low socioeconomic status and those from underrepresented racial and ethnic minority populations. The goal is to increase the diversity of the public health workforce, improve the representation of underrepresented populations in public health and increase the quality of public health services nationally.
The program supports projects that develop or refine tribal wetland programs as a whole, or individual components of those programs. Wetland programs increase the quantity and quality of wetlands on tribal lands by conserving and restoring wetland acreage and improving wetland conditions.
These funds go for technology upgrades to simplify the SNAP application and eligibility processes. Grant proposals should focus on improving the quality and efficiency of operations and processes within the SNAP office. Specifically, FNS is interested in initiatives that use new technologies or examine office processes in order to improve application processing timeliness for initial or recertification applications.
These programs strengthen and enrich humanities education at HBCUs, HSIs and tribal colleges and universities. Funds can be used to enhance existing or develop new humanities programs.
School districts use these funds to improve elementary and secondary school programs that serve Indian students. Grantees must be focused on helping Indian students meet the same state academic content and student academic achievement standards used for all students.
The program supports research on the role genetics plays in mental illness. The specific studies will identify and characterize functional genomic elements in both healthy and diseased human brains to correlate findings with development of mental illnesses and outcomes relevant to brain function and dysfunction.
Mathematical Sciences Research Institutes are national resources that aim to advance research in the mathematical sciences. These institutes offer programs supporting discovery and dissemination of knowledge in mathematics and statistics and enhancing connections to related fields in which the mathematical sciences can play important roles. Institute activities help focus the attention of some of the best mathematical minds on problems of particular importance and timeliness.
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