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Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute Small Grants for Research and Program Development

Purpose:  Small Grants Program was formed to stimulate and advance community-university collaborations around research and program development related to the health and well-being of the residents of Baltimore.  Grants are awarded to collaborations between community organizations and Johns Hopkins students or faculty that most successfully demonstrate the potential for advancing the health and well-being of the residents of Baltimore.

Eligibility:  Student-community projects - all undergraduate, graduate, and post graduate students at JHU; Faculty projects - all scientists, assistant professors, associate professors, and full professors of JHU.

Funding:   Graduate Student-Community Projects/Research:  up to 10 @ 5,000 each); Faculty-Community Research:  6 @ $10,000 each; Undergraduate Student-Community Projects/Research:  up to 10 @ $3,000 each

Deadline for Nominations:    TBA

Website:   http://urbanhealth.jhu.edu/our_work/smallgrants.html

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