Dept. of State DOS solicitations generally limit the number of applications that may go forward in response to a specific solicitation.
Prospective applicants from the UI who wish to apply to a DOS program that limits the number of applications allowed per institution must refer to the UI Limited Submissions guidelines at https://uiowa.infoready4.com/#competitionDetail/1809264
Annual Program Statement – Public Diplomacy Programs with Chile
Deadline June 30, 2022
UIowa Internal Deadline May 31, 2022
The Embassy Public Affairs Section invites proposals for highly creative programs that highlight U.S.-Chile ties by celebrating 200 years of U.S.-Chile diplomatic relations in 2023 Bicentennial . Programs should focus on shared values and bilateral cooperation, including the personal, professional, organizational, educational, cultural, and/or official connections between the two countries.
Public Diplomacy Section at U.S. Mission to France
Deadline June 3, 2022.
UIowa internal deadline May 3, 2022.
Security and Defense; Foreign Policy; Civic Education and Media Literacy; Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability; Prosperity, Trade, and Investment; Health, Technology and Innovation; Shared Democratic Values and Interests; Cultural Diplomacy.
Public Diplomacy with Mauritania
US Embassy Nouakchott Public Affairs Section website https://mr.usembassy.gov/annual-program-statement-fy-2022/
Deadline March 4, 2022
UIowa Internal Deadline Feb. 14, 2022
U.S. Embassy Finland Small Grants Program FY2022
Deadline March 15, 2022.
UIowa Internal Deadline Feb. 21, 2022.
The U.S. Embassy Finland is particularly, but not exclusively, interested in proposals focused on the following themes: Increasing cooperation between Arctic states and communities; Increasing collaboration and exchange between American and Finnish students and teachers; Promoting diversity and inclusion; Promoting economic prosperity, entrepreneurship, and innovation; Addressing climate change and changing environmental conditions; Addressing global security challenges and increasing understanding of NATO policy.
Examples of Small Grants Programs include, but are not limited to: Programs and outreach activities highlighting shared values and human rights. Academic and professional lectures, seminars, and speaker programs. Youth leadership and skills development programs. Artistic and cultural workshops, joint performances, and exhibitions.