The office of Corporate, Foundation and Government Grants seeks funding from corporations, local and national foundations and government agencies in support of the needs of the University and its faculty.

Any grant being paid to Wesleyan University requires institutional approval before submission. The first step in the grant process is to complete and submit a WFS GRANT CHECKLIST (a link can be found on the right side of this page) at least TWO WEEKS in advance of the proposal deadline.  A proposal should be submitted via WFS for internal Wesleyan approval at least five business days in advance (seven days for NIH proposals) of the due date to allow for a thorough review by the Office of Corporate, Foundation & Government Grants, Grants Accounting, Academic Affairs or other office fiscal entity and the Director of Financial Services. Unless these deadlines are adhered to, we cannot guarantee review and permission to submit. 

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Grants @ Wesleyan

New NSF Grants Policy Manual Going Into Effect in January!

The NSF released it’s newest edition of its Grants Policy Manual on October 30th. The new policies go into effect for all proposals with due dates of January 29, 2018 and beyond. Please note that the effective date is based on due date and not when a proposal is submitted. To connect to the Grants […]

Project Outcomes for NIH Reports Matter!

In the latest edition of NIH’s Extramural News, “Open Mike,” Mike Lauer notes the importance of project outcomes in both interim and final reports. For more information please click here.
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Recent Grants

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Supports ICPP’s Performing Artist Case Studies

Wesleyan’s Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP) has been awarded a two-year, $200,000 grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Introduced as a pilot initiative in 2011, the ICPP is the first institute of its kind, a center for the academic study of the presentation and contextualization of contemporary performance. The low-residency program offers…

Banks ’15 Receives Fulbright to Study International Crimes, Conflict, Criminology

Isabella Banks ’15 was awarded a 2018–19 Fulbright Study/Research Grant for the master’s program in International Crimes, Conflict, and Criminology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Combining perspectives and methodologies from the fields of criminology, law, psychology, sociology, and political science, the program also draws on resources available through its location near The Hague—home to the UN’s International…
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