Funding Opportunities

The Institute seeks to create an integrated understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms of learning, how learning varies as a function of basic learner characteristics (e.g. over the life span, among the typically developing child, the challenged learner, the gifted student), how these characteristics interact with different environments to produce variation in learning outcomes, and how interactions with intelligent artificial learning systems can enhance and optimize human learning. The Institute's grant and fellowship portfolio will focus broadly on these four areas. The Institute's research and workshop grant competitions are announced in the fall with applications due early in the spring.

At this time we do not anticipate a 2018 funding competition.