Call Outs: Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More

Call for Applications
Marian R. Stuart Public Health Grant
American Psychological Association
Deadline: July 1, 2019

The American Psychological Association is accepting applications for it’s Marian R. Stuart grant to further the research, practice, or education of early career psychologists whose work contributes to public health. Early career researchers affiliated with nonprofit organizations, governments, or educational institutions are eligible for grant awards up to $20,000. For more information and to submit an application, visit the American Psychological Association funding website.


Call for Presentations
Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop
International Association of Wildland Fire
Deadline: July 1, 2019

The International Association of Wildland Fire is accepting proposals for presentation at its annual National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy Workshop. Session ideas and presentations can follow a number of formats and should be designed to give workshop participants a chance to engage and share knowledge. Proposals on topics related to wildland fire, fire-adapted communities, communication, and other topics will be accepted. For more information on proposal requirements and to submit ideas, visit the call for presentations on the workshop website.


Call for Proposals
Disaster Risk, Reduction, and Resilience Grants
Belmont Forum
Deadline: July 10, 2019

The Belmont Forum is accepting proposals for projects that recognize the growing need for disaster risk assessment and reduction and employ collaborative resilience strategies. Project teams must include, at a minimum, natural and social scientists, as well as stakeholders. For more information on grant themes, issues to be addressed, and eligibility, please visit the Belmont Forum Collaborative Research Action website.


Call for Applications
Celebrate 100 Grants
American Geophysical Union
Deadline: Open through 2019

The American Geophysical Union is offering 100 grants to celebrate the centennial anniversary of its founding. Grants will support grassroots engagement activities that showcase the benefits of Earth and space science. Grants will be awarded in two categories—small grants of up to $1,000 to reimburse costs of engagement activities, and grants of up to $10,000 to support larger projects. For more information on grant structure, eligibility requirements, examples of winning proposals, and to submit an application, visit the AGU100 website.