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Below is a copy of an email from Provost Garson to University Deans and select University Vice Presidents on the topic of Stimulus Funding
 

Summary: Below is a copy of an email from Provost Garson to University Deans and select
University Vice Presidents on the topic of Stimulus Funding
Sent: Wed Mar 04 00:37:37 2009
Subject: Stimulus funding
I write to bring you additional information on the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA), and the University's role, process, and procedures in
applying for funds from the stimulus package. You should have received a copy
of the Federal Stimulus Package Research Highlights, distributed by Tom Skalak
on February 18. A copy of that message is appended, below.
Right now, stimulus funds are available through three major avenues:
1. Through federal agencies (NIH, NSF, etc.) which are awarding funds
associated with proposals already submitted. This was described in
Tom's e-mail, and a number of your faculty may have been contacted by
their program officers. Some faculty already have been notified of
increased funding;
2. Through new grant proposals submitted directly to federal agencies;
and
3. Through funds provided directly to the Commonwealth of Virginia.
We are still learning about the process for applying for and receiving all types of
stimulus funds. The University is working with our Federal Relations staff to

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences