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IEEE Foundation Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: IEEE Foundation
Program: IEEE Foundation Grants
Eligibility: The IEEE Foundation awards grants to IEEE units and other
charitable organizations for innovative projects that further the
scientific and educational purposes of IEEE.
Purpose:

EDUCATION:

Education is the cornerstone of technological advancement. The IEEE
Foundation supports projects that expand and enhance engineering,
science and technology education opportunities for students of all
ages through mid-career professionals to positively impact
workforce development and involvement in IEEE.


HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY:

Achieving the promise technology holds for tomorrow requires an
understanding of the role it plays in our lives today and how it
changed "yesterday". The IEEE Foundation supports projects that
increase awareness of the impact and influence of early technology
on the present and future among the general public. Projects
primarily aimed at preserving or studying the history of technology
must include plans to disseminate the results.


APPLYING TECHNOLOGY FOR HUMANITARIAN
CAUSES:


Progress to a better tomorrow is dependent upon the investment of
time, talent, knowledge and resources to improve the human
condition. Within its humanitarian focus area, the IEEE Foundation
supports projects that implement or disseminate replicable,
sustainable, technology-based solutions for humanitarian issues in
underserved and underprivileged areas.


Deadline: 08-01-2014
Award Min: $1,000.00
Award Max: $76,000.00
Quantity: 20 - 35
Period: One year.
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