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NEAIR RESEARCH GRANTS provide funds for NEAIR members to conduct research that is of interest to members and contributes to the professional field. The maximum award is $1,000 and may be used only for direct research costs.

Direct research costs include, but are not limited to, the purchase of materials, costs incurred in data acquisition (including travel for interviews), support for student employees for data entry or other project needs, and manuscript or poster preparation. NEAIR research grants may not be used to cover indirect costs, salary support for the researchers, or for conference or travel costs to disseminate the findings

Click on the links below to learn more about the grant, itself, and what you need to do to prepare a successful application. When you are ready to submit your completed application, please sign in to the NEAIR web site (to the right) using your username and password. Your information will be pre-populated in the application below for you to then upload grant application materials.


Please sign in as a NEAIR member for your information to pre-populate.

NEAIR Research Grant Application Form

Please complete the following for all co-authors on the grant proposal.
Please insert first and last name, title, institution, and email for each additional co-author in the following text box.
Please read the following statement and click the radial button below to acknowledge:

“I acknowledge that the receipt of an NEAIR grant does not establish a contractual relationship between me and NEAIR. I understand that I am obligated to complete the proposed project and to spend funds in the manner and amount indicated in the proposal. NEAIR will not be held responsible for any additional expenses associated with the research project that are not covered by this grant, including all indirect costs.”

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