Contact Us
Nona C. Smith
Director of Sponsored Research Tel: 610-526-5298

Billie Jo Ember
Grants Associate Tel: 610-526-7504

109 Taylor Hall
Bryn Mawr College
101 North Merion Ave
Bryn Mawr PA 19010-2899

Fax: 610-526-5165

Grant Opportunities



Vol. 6 No. 28 January - April 2015

Once again I want to make you aware that NSF expects us to comply with its Responsible Conduct in Research requirements.  Responsible Conduct in Research includes:

Data Acquisition, Management Sharing and Ownership

     Resource Sharing and Data Sharing Guidelines

     Conflict of Interest and Commitment

     Human Subjects

     Animal Welfare

     Research Misconduct

     Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship

     Mentor / Trainee Responsibilities

     Peer Review

     Collaborative Research

For additional information on what is required in each of these areas go to:


The second of our annual Faculty Awards and Grants Competitions will be held in April, 2015.  Proposals must be submitted electronically to by 5:00 PM on April 3.  Please follow the instructions found at: and include a cover sheet found at:

                                PROPOSALS FUNDED

Professor of Russian Dan Davidson has received three awards for the Russian Language Flagship Grant from the National Security Education Program.  The include and Award for Assessment Maintenance in the amount of $393,831.81 and Assessment Maintenance for Arabic, Cineses, Hindi, Korean, Persian, Portugese and Russian in the amount of $500,000, and the Comprehensive Foreign Language Assessment for K-12 in the amount of $400,000.

Professor of Geology Pedro Marenco and Professor of Biology Thomas Mozder were awarded $199,914 from the National Science Foundation for their project "MRI: Stable Isotope analyses in a liberal arts college setting: teaching and research opportunities for undergraduates and faculty."

Professor of Mathematics Victor Donnay reeceived an award of $300,000 from the National Science Foundation for his project "Philadelphia Regional Partnership New Teacher Support Program"

Professor of Biology Thomas Mozdzer received funding in the amount of $15,222 to support his collaboration with The Smithsonian Institution on their project "Phragmites australis invasion of the Chesapeake Bay: Implications of nitrogen pollution for his project, elevated CO2 and Geontypic variation management"




For Grant Opportunities in the Arts
For Grant Opportunities in the Humanities
For Grant Opportunities in the Social Sciences
For Grant Opportunities in the Natural Sciences