This post idenfities several online resources SHU faculty can use to assist in their search for funding.

Duke University’s Funding Opportunities webpage contains an excellent advanced search function that filters results by discipline, funding designation, level of applicant, award amount, funding agency and date. Pay close attention to the left side of the page, where you can review lists of opportunities by their post date and deadline date.

San Diego State University’s Focus on Funding Newsletter is a monthly publication of funding opportunities from business, government and foundation sources. Grant opportunities are divided into five categories (Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Education & Training, Health & Mental Health, Science & Engineering and International) and the newsletter also contains grant notices, interesting links and featured grant opportunities. The links on the left side of the newsletter homepage lead to recordings of grant workshops and grant lists sorted by their application deadline.

SPIN is a database that scans government, business and foundation funding opportunities. The advanced search includes options to filter results by applicant location, applicant type, project location, project type and citizenship status.

The University of North Carolina’s Funding Information Portal contains links to several different funding databases, as well as funding alerts and guides.

Michigan State University’s Libraries grants page provides funding tips, links to grant making literature and list of funding opportunities divided by subject, academic level and population group..