Research Funding and Grants
The Society of Actuaries Research Institute offers grants and research funding on a variety of topics.
2022 CKER/CAS Individual Grants
The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) and the Society of Actuaries Research Institute Committee on Knowledge Extension Research (CKER) announce the 2022 Individual Grants Competition. The project may be either theoretical or empirical in nature. A key criterion for each funding organization is that the project should have the potential to contribute significantly to the advancement of knowledge in actuarial science.
Current Events Pool
The Society of Actuaries Research Institute's Research Executive Committee has established a pool of special funding called the Current Events Research Pool. The goal of this special funding is to support current event and emerging topics in established practice areas and encourage the development of research projects that have strong impact on the actuarial profession.
Centers of Actuarial Excellence (CAE) Grants
Colleges and universities that have attained CAE status are eligible to compete for sponsored grants. These grants would allow universities to make significant investments in their programs, research and the profession. The Society of Actuaries Research Institute 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.