The following resources provide information on current funding opportunities. Please contact FAS Research Development if you have questions about any funding opportunities or if you would like support developing your proposal. Sign up for any of our listservs here.
Science Division Funding Spotlight
The Funding Spotlight contains information on current, notable opportunities for faculty in the sciences and engineering. Faculty and administrators may sign up for the Funding Spotlight RSS feed in order to receive these funding announcements.
Arts, Humanities, and Humanistic Social Sciences Opportunities
This page contains an an archive of monthly funding opportunity announcements disseminated by FAS Research Development relating to the Arts and Humanities.
Social Sciences Opportunities
This page contains an archive of monthly funding opportunity announcements disseminated by FAS Research Development relating to the Social Sciences.
Engineering and Applied Sciences Opportunities
This page contains an archive of monthly funding opportunity announcements disseminated by FAS Research Development relating to Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Big Data Opportunities
"Big Data" is a term that appeared in recent years describing large and complex datasets that cannot be analyzed easily with conventional data processing tools. It became apparent that the increasing complexity of these datasets requires the development of new tools and funding agencies acknowledge the need for new conceptual and computational approaches for big data processing as well as education in the field of large scale data processing and analysis. Over the next several years, the FAS Research Development group will track and disseminate funding opportunities related to Big Data.
BRAIN Initiative Announcements
FAS Research Development is actively tracking opportunities relating to the BRAIN Initiative, a research effort to revolutionize our understanding of the human mind and uncover new ways to treat, prevent, and cure brain disorders like Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, autism, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury.