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External Funding Search Tools

Community of Science: 

Searchable funding opportunity database with more than 25,000 records across all disciplines. Elon University's ProQuest Pivot (formerly known as Community of Science) membership provides access to the ProQuest Pivot Funding Opportunities database where faculty can sign up to receive customizable weekly ProQuest Funding Alerts sent via email. Click here to register.

Duke University Funding Opportunities:

Searchable resource provided by Duke's Office of Research Support and Office of Research Administration; includes information on funding sources for research and other scholarly projects.

Grants.gov:

Search and apply for federal grants available across the federal government. Subscribe to automated e-mail alerts related to your interests.

GrantsNet:

A searchable, continuously updated, database of funding opportunities in biomedical research and undergraduate science education sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Listserv available.

Humanities and Social Sciences (H-Net) Funding Announcements:

H-Net creates and coordinates Internet networks for research in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.

InfoEd's SPIN:

Searchable funding opportunity database that contains up-to-date listings of government, private, and non-profit funding sources worldwide. The SPIN service also includes SMARTS/GENIUS, an automated alerts system that notifies investigators of relevant new programs that match their interests.

Michigan State University Libraries

Grants and related resources organized by disciplines.

Philanthropy News Digest (PND):

A daily news service of the Foundation Center is a compendium, in digest form, of philanthropy-related articles and features culled from print and electronic media outlets nationwide, via the PND e-newsletter or PND RSS Feeds.


Texas A&M University Office of Proposal Development:

TAMU OPD maintains a comprehensive list of funding opportunities available by category, publishes a monthly e-research newsletter, and offers RSS Feeds for discipline-specific funding opportunities.
 

 

 

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