William Randall Library offers a variety of research-oriented services and resources available to faculty, research staff, and University administration engaged in research grants and projects. Below is a list of selected resources that will aid you in finding grant and funding agencies for your research, as well as sites for grant & proposal writing assistance.
Provides a single source for finding grant opportunities; A standardized manner of locating and learning more about funding opportunities. A single, secure and reliable source for applying for Federal grants online. A simplified grant application process with reduction of paperwork. A unified interface for all agencies to announce their grant opportunities, and for all grant applicants to find and apply for those opportunities.
The most comprehensive source of funding information available on the Web, with more than 25,000 records, representing over 400,000 funding opportunities, worth over $33 billion.
The Office of Research Services and Sponsored Programs (ORSSP) is the service unit on campus responsible for the oversight of externally sponsored programs. ORSSP provides complete sponsored programs administration and support including identifying funding sources, assisting faculty in proposal development, electronic proposal submission, and monitoring funded projects.
A listing of all federal government grant programs.
An independent grant-making agency of the United States government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities.
Grants-OER Homepage for information specific to NIH grants.
See the "Funding Opportunities" section.
For biomedical investigators applying for NIH research project grants.
Offers excellent advice on all parts of the proposal. Includes a sample proposal and links to other proposal writing sites.
Provides some good links for university scholars and researchers needing more than here on research funding in particular.