An open searchable database for all academic scholars. The Office of Research Support at Duke provides this extensive, on-line database of funding opportunities as a resource for the entire Duke University research community.
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All Before Them by Suzanne McCray (Editor); Doug Cutchins (Editor)
Call Number: E-Book
Publication Date: 2015-07-09
Advisors face quite a challenge as they sort through the daunting and ever-changing world of nationally competitive undergraduate and graduate fellowships in order to assist talented students searching for funding for exceptional academic opportunities. This collection of essays helps advisors by providing information about major changes in the fellowship and scholarship landscape. Included is guidance on the new Schwarzman scholarship for study in China, the recently added video interview for the Mitchell scholarship, and the new rules for the Rhodes personal statement (an advisor’s take).
This pdf was created by Scripps College. The purpose of this list is to provide the humanities and fine arts faculty with a sense of what types of funding are available, and to provide inspiration in order to begin thinking about projects with funding potential.
Northeastern University's guide to funding opportunities listed in a chart format. This chart is a listing of current federal and private funding opportunities in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. Please click through to the sponsor’s website for more accurate deadlines and requirements as the guidelines for an award may have been updated since the opportunity was posted.
The Old Dominion University Research Foundation offices of pre-award and post-award services were established to assist and facilitate in obtaining external funding to support academic development and the training of graduate students. The broad range of services provided to the faculty may be categorized as pre-award and post-award services.