The Society of Actuaries (SOA) offers grants and research funding on a variety of topics.
The Committee on Knowledge Extension Research (CKER) is offering travel grants up to $1,000 (U.S.) to graduate students pursuing a Ph.D. from the U.S., Canada or Mexico, who will be presenting at the
53rd Actuarial Research Conference. Applications are due by May 30, 2018. Please see the
Travel Grant Application for further details.
Established by the SOA Board of Directors, the Research Expanding Boundaries Pool (REX Pool) funds multi-year, multi-phase projects focused on advancing the actuarial profession. The REX Pool focuses on research projects that impact society, informs perspectives related to public policy, and/or expands the boundaries of actuarial science. The REX Pool funds select research proposal requests. Researchers can also
submit their own proposal.
Colleges and universities that have attained CAE status are eligible to compete for
SOA-sponsored grants. These grants would allow universities to make significant investments in their programs, research and the profession. The SOA awards a grant in two areas: education and research. Award amounts and durations can range between $25,000 and $100,000 per annum over a period of one to three years. Applications for multi- and single-year grants will be accepted.