Engineering Information Foundation
Deadline: August 31, 2010
The grant activity supports developmental projects, instructional projects, and training programs in engineering education
and research that fit their fields of interest. These currently include the availability and use of published information,
women in engineering, and information access in developing countries. You may want to review the recent grants
to give you a better idea of the kinds of projects that interest them. They may infrequently sponsor proposals that do not
fit strictly within our guidelines.
What they would really like to see:
• Innovative projects, with measurable results
• Projects that promote significant and lasting change
• Projects that can be successfully replicated elsewhere
• Methodologies that are specific, well-defined and cost-effective
We suggest that you request a grant amount between $5,000 and $25,000. We encourage you to attract a matching
grant from another source, if necessary. Requests for multi-year grants are discouraged.
For more information: http://www.eifgrants.org/info/index.html