Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City

Grant Index

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The "Grants for Higher Education" Index covers extensive government, private foundation, and corporate grants, which can be key in putting your institution at the forefront of new programs. Looking for leadership where leadership is created, grants for higher education provide an incentive to colleges and universities to be in step with the ever-changing fields of science and technology. Advance your college or university's reputation for innovation by staying on top of the most current funding opportunities for cyber service education, undergraduate scholarships for advanced technological education, as well as science laboratory, technology center and technology studies programs. The "Grants for Higher Education" Index represents funding for advanced learning and curriculum programs. Features of the Index include grants geared to funding curriculum in computer security, technology education, and teacher preparation for the use of technology in the classroom. Funding is also available for information or medical information system scholarships, and program development. The Index is ideal for college development/grants officers, as well as for faculty/staff in mathematics, computer or information sciences, management information systems, technology integration, and engineering disciplines.

 

The “Educational Technology” Index will allow K-20 schools, after-school programs, non-profit educational organizations, colleges and universities to meet the constant challenge of providing up- to-date technological training, equipment and materials by drawing on new available resources. Expand your present offerings, or create new and challenging courses with the help of cash grants, hardware, software, computer/IT training, and staff professional development grants, as well as funding for new programs and curriculum development.

 

The “Educational Technology” Index gathered from the most recent issues of Technology Grant News, provides a new outlook and practical resources for K-20 instructors, school superintendants and district supervisors, technology coordinators, and development/grant officers.

 

The "Federal Grants" Index is a comprehensive list of government monies available to help support technology development, programs, curriculum and infrastructure. Funds available here promote the breaking of new ground in the use of technology by society, as well as support establishment uses in education, public welfare and community development. Federal monies are available to prepare teachers and universities as technology becomes an integral part of education, as well as to fund public access and community and workforce development.

 

Keep pace with technological advances, and overcome the financial shortfall from budgetary restrictions, by taking advantage of the ongoing grant opportunities from U.S. government federal agencies, as featured in recent issues of Technology Grant News. The "Federal Grants" Index is an invaluable resource for MIS department chairs, technology coordinators, librarians, school superintendants, school district supervisors and development/grant officers

 

Funding school technology will be easier with the “Educational Technology” Index. The Index will allow K-20 schools, after-school programs, non-profit educational organizations, colleges and universities to meet the constant challenge of providing up to date technological training, equipment and materials by drawing on new available resources. Expand your present offerings, or create new and challenging courses with the help of cash, hardware, software, computer/IT training, and staff professional development grants, as well as funding for new programs and curriculum development.

 

The “Educational Technology ” Index gathered from the most recent issues of Technology Grant News, provides a new outlook and practical resources to K-20 instructors, school superintendants and district supervisors, technology coordinators, and development/grant officers.