SRI is pleased to offer various awards and grant to its members, including the SRI Grant Program, and the International Training Grant. Both Grant programs are open to current SRI members and run July 1 - June 30.
*For all grant programs, if you are not an SRI member, you must submit your membership application by the time of the first major deadline. For the SRI Grant Program, this is the same time that the LOI is due. For the International Training Grant, this is when the application is due. Additionally, dues must be paid upon membership approval, and prior to the announcement of the recipients, in order to be eligible for any grant.
Submit a completed membership application here!
This program offers two grants: the Research Award for Early Career Investigators, and the Bridge Grant for Junior Faculty. Letters of Intent (LOI) will be accepted for this program approximately July - September. If your LOI is accepted, you will receive a link to complete the full application, which is due December 1.
Download more information here. You may download the cover letter, here.
The International Training Grant is SRI's newest grant, with the application process open at the beginning of each year. This grant is for International SRI In Training or Regular Members who are Early Career Researchers*. While the individual must be a non-U.S. citizen, they may be currently training in the U.S. The idea for this grant is to obtain research experience in an institution/laboratory outside of their home country, as well as in a lab which they are not currently in, for a 4-8 week period, as well as to support attendance at SRI's Annual Meeting. Training must take place July 1 - June 30.
Every application must have a cover letter, which can be downloaded here. For more information on the grant and how to apply, click here.
*Early Career Researchers are defined as anyone from post-undergrad, through the first 5 years of a faculty or faculty equivalent position.
These grants, announced in 2017, will provide seven (7) individuals a one-year grant in the amount of $15,000 each, in 2018-2019. Click here to learn more!