The following resources may prove helpful to you as you search for grant opportunities. Please contact John Morello, Office of the Provost (GW Hall, 309, x:1269) if you have difficulty connecting to or using these sites, or if you have suggestions for additional online resources that should be added to this page.
InfoEd INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES
This company offers a number of services to assistant persons who wish to locate grant potential sources.
SPIN Search (http://www.infoed.org/new_spin/spinmain.asp):
Look for grants opportunities in this online data base.
GENIUS & SMARTS Search (http://www.infoed.org/geniussearch/genius.asp):
Register your credentials and receive emails about grant opportunities.
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The Database Search allows you to enter your own search criteria (such as funding agency, keywords, academic division, and more). The Article Search is available for keyword searching through hundreds of program abstracts and Federal Register articles.
- Search Grants.gov — use this link to browse for federal grant opportunities as posted in the online grants resource system (grants.gov).
- Sign up to receive email notifications of federal grant opportunities.
- Applicant resources available from Grants.gov.
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NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES (NEH) GRANTS
- Search the NEH web site for grants opportunities
- Answers to frequently asked questions about submitting NEH grants via grants.gov
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF) GRANTS
- Search the NSF web site for grant opportunities
- The proposal preparation guide about applying for NSF grants
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) GRANTS
- Search the NIH web site for grant opportunities
- Answers to frequently asked questions about applying for NIH grants