The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation was established in 1934 by Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. The foundation believes that a carefully reasoned and systematic understanding of the forces of nature and society, when applied inventively and wisely, can lead to a better world for all.
The foundation makes grants to support original research and broad-based education that is related to science, technology, and economic performance; and to improve the quality of American life. They believe that the scholars and practitioners who work in these fields are chief drivers of the nation's health and prosperity.
The foundation is interested in projects that strongly benefits the society, and for which funding from the private sector, the government, or other foundations is not widely available.
Barnard, SEAS announce grant to support women in graduate-level ... which enables Barnard students to receive both a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of ... The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which awarded...more
Facebook will grant these scholars access to proprietary data that has met the company's new, heightened security around user privacy. The committee will define research topics and invite the broader...more
As in past years, the theater has been awarded an $8,500 grant from the Coolidge Corner Theatre and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to present the ... County Office of Education's Youth Entertainment...more
Assistant professors Brett Fors, Karthik Sridharan and Jin Suntivich have been named recipients of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation fellowships. These awards support early-career faculty members' original...more
A Gilesgate-based shop and community facility, Hexham’s Core Music, launches a separate workshop where up to six people will be trained how to repair guitars and make ukuleles. The European Social Fund grant supported the project and has secured funds through the County Durham Communication Foundation to equip the workshop in Burn Lane.