Provost’s Office Funding Opportunities

Early Career Funding Opportunities – This is a continuously updated repository of federal and private funding opportunities that are intended for late postdoctoral investigators and early-career faculty, usually those at or below the rank of assistant professor.

Johns Hopkins Catalyst Awards – These grant awards of up to $75,000 support the promising research and creative endeavors of our early career faculty with the goal of launching them on a path to a sustainable and rewarding academic career.

Johns Hopkins Discovery Awards – The Johns Hopkins Discovery Awards provide grant awards to cross-divisional teams, comprised of faculty and/or non-faculty members from at least two schools or affiliates of the university, who are poised to arrive at important discoveries or creative works.

President’s Frontier Award – The goal of the President’s Frontier Award is to support exceptional scholars among the Johns Hopkins faculty who are on the cusp of transforming their fields. The award will recognize one person each year for five years with $250,000 in funding for their work.

Faculty Diversity Initiative – The FDI is a key component of the JHU Roadmap for The JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion, drafted in early 2016 to capture the university’s priorities and ambitions, and to state in explicit and concrete terms its institutional commitments in this area. 


External Resources

Limited Submissions – Limited Submissions are funding opportunities where the sponsor has placed a limit on the number of responses (or applicants) it will permit from an institution.

“Particle Fever” with Johns Hopkins faculty, David Kaplan