Grants and Allowances

1. Requests for travel advances or reimbursements for purposes approved by the College through the Dean of the Faculty's Office should be made to the Comptroller's Office. Receipts for all expenses for which reimbursement is sought must be submitted to the office.

Grants and Allowances

1. Requests for travel advances or reimbursements for purposes approved by the College through the Dean of the Faculty's Office should be made to the Comptroller's Office. Receipts for all expenses for which reimbursement is sought must be submitted to the office.

Grants and Allowances

1. Requests for travel advances or reimbursements for purposes approved by the College through the Dean of the Faculty's Office should be made to the Comptroller's Office. Receipts for all expenses for which reimbursement is sought must be submitted to the office.

Amherst Professors Reel in NSF, NIH Grants

August 1, 2011

Four faculty members at Amherst College—John-Paul Baird, Ethan Clotfelter, Michael Hood and Katharine Sims—have recently been awarded sizable research grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.

The four professors will use their grants to work with students to continue researching brain circuitry, fish evolution, plant disease and environmental conservation, respectively. Below are brief descriptions of the grants and the research that will be supported.

Aid for First-Year and Transfer Students

Your educational objectives should be the most important factors in choosing a college, but the cost of attendance may also be a major consideration for you and your family.  Amherst College is committed to making financial aid available to all students with financial need so that cost does not become the determining factor in making a decision about Amherst.  For this reason, you should not fail to apply for admission to Amherst because of financial need.

Grant Writing Resources for Faculty and Students

Debunking Some Myths About Grant Writing, by Kenneth T. Henson (Chronicle of Higher Education) http://chronicle.com/jobs/2003/06/2003062601c.htm Proposal Writing Short Course (The Foundation Center) http://foundationcenter.org/getstarted/tutorials/shortcourse/index.html

Sponsored Research and Faculty Development

Institutional support for “sponsored research” – essentially that research funded by an extramural agency either through a grant, contract or other mutually agreeable transaction – is quite innovative at Amherst College because it involves close collaboration between Sponsored Research and Foundation and Corporate Relations.

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