Grants Database: SPIN from InfoEd Global
Park subscribes to the SPIN database from InfoEd Global. This searchable database claims to list 40,000 funding opportunities from 10,000 sources. From any Park computer you can perform a full-text search of their records. Although a basic search is quite simple, the Quick Start Guide and a fuller reference guide are available at the following:
Faculty can also register in the Genius section to create a profile which will automatically notify you of any new opportunities in your selected fields.
Federal Government Funding: Grants.gov
All Federal agencies post all grant opportunities online at www.grants.gov. This is the clearinghouse for all federal grant-making agencies and can be searched by agency, category, or advanced searched by keywords. Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies.
Government and Foundation Funding: The Grant Advisor
The Grant Advisor is a subscription funding information source. The database is searchable and lists funding by federal and private agencies and foundations.
***The Grant Advisor is only searchable using a
Park University on-campus computer.
Government and Foundation Funding: Duke University
Sites maintained by the Office of Research Administration, Duke University
Government and Foundation Funding: Grants.Net
Grants.Net searches by academic discipline, application type, date, eligibility, text and more. Search all open funding opportunities in the Funding Opportunities database. The database is continually updated using announcements and news reports from a wide range of sponsors.
***Site Maintained by the Association for the
Advancement of Science.
State of Missouri Funding:
Missouri Government Grants & Grantwriting Aids
***Site administered by the Government
Documents Department, Ellis Library,
University of Missouri - Columbia
Links to Selected Federal Agencies
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