• Grad Students: Are you interested in feedback on a grant proposal? Are you looking for funding sources? Come to our Office Hours in Comm 309. RSVP here, or simply walk in! The next session is April 28, 9:30-11:00am.

  • Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan (Anthropology)  were awarded residential fellowships at Dumbarton Oaks. They will be collaborating to write monographs on new insights into origins of Maya civilization gained through their excavation at Ceibal.

  • Congratulations to Dr. Margaret Wilder (Geography) for her Puentes Consortium Visiting Scholar Award, an award that supports exchange between institutions in the U.S. and Mexico. She will be conducting research at the Universidad de las Americas-Puebla.

  • SBS is proud to have 23 Regents' Professors.


  • Congratulations to Carly Nichols from the School of Geography & Development! The Social Science Research Council has awarded her a $5,000 Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship for her project on nutrition in rural India. (Photo: Carly E. Nichols)

  • The National Association of Science Writers awarded $13,000 to the UA School of Journalism for a Fall 2015 workshop entitled "With Conviction: Reporting on Science in the Courtroom." Journalism professor Carol Schwalbe and Susan E. Swanberg, a graduate of the school, developed the grant proposal. (Photo: John de Dios)

  • SBSRI Leveraging Grants are still available. SBS Faculty can receive
    up to $1,000 to develop projects with a clear return on SBS's investment.
    Questions? Contact Beth Stahmer, estahmer@email.arizona.edu.

  • Benjamin Irvin (History) received a Fall 2014 SBSRI research professorship for his study on the impaired veterans of the American Revolution and the government programs that both compensated and complicated their lives. (John Trumball, Battle of Bunker Hill)

  • The 2015 Marshall Foundation dissertation fellowship recipients from SBS are Kari Chew (Linguistics), Melanie Colavito (Geography and Development), and Lily House-Peters (Geography and Development). Congratulations! (Images: Marshall Foundation)

  • Jodi Whitaker (Communication) received an SBSRI Faculty Small Grant for her research entitled “The Effect of Binge-Watching Television Episodes on Viewers' Subsequent Aggression.” (Photo amctv.com)

Welcome! SBSRI promotes research in the social and behavioral sciences through outreach to SBS faculty and students, through support for your interest in external funding opportunities, and through grants for research within the SBS community. SBSRI small grants are supported by the Senior Vice President for Research.



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SBS Fall 2015 Research Courses

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Institute of the Environment Funding Opportunities

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CERCLL Seed Grants for Junior Faculty

The UA Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy is accepting seed grant applications of up to $2,000 to begin projects that will procure future funding. Junior faculty... Read More

Fall 2015 Research Methods Courses

Looking for a course in research, methodology or some aspect of professional development? SBSRI has compiled a list of research related courses. Click... Read More

FastLane Automated Compliance Check

Starting April 24, FastLane will give an error message and will not allow proposals to be submitted unless the proposal has all the required sections. For more information, click... Read More

Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowships

The US EPA has recently announced the 2015 Graduate Environmental Study fellowship opportunity. This program funds graduate students at both the masters and doctoral level engaged in research... Read More

NSF GRFP Workshop

The Graduate College is hosting two NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Sessions. Read more about the fellowship here. To RSVP,... Read More

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