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COS Pivot gives Research Administrators, Research Development Professionals, and their institutions the edge to bring together the right research opportunities, funding, and people quickly and easily. It provides global and local connections that strengthen research by exploring new avenues for funding and collaboration for faculty, staff researchers, and graduate students. Pivot's database contains over 40,000 funding opportunities.
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The GrantSearch Database contains descriptions, deadlines, and contact information on nearly 12,000 federal and private funding programs of particular interest to public colleges and universities. The database conatins programs that support aceademic activities such as research and training, fellowships, program development, and equipment acquisition. The GrantSearch Database is a product of the Grants Resource Center.
The Grant Resource Center (GRC) provides comprehensive funding services and expertise for colleges and universities. Site included detailed information on Federal funding and Congressional actions, materials to support proposal development -- including abstracts for funded projects, and access to GrantSearch. The GRC is a membership-based division of the American Association for State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
Grants.Gov is the Federal portal to finding funding opportunities and then applying for support.
The OSP offers a variety of resources to assist you in identifying appropriate funders for your project or program.
Information on funding opportunities for selected disciplines and general purposes that are very appropriate for WPU. Includes grants for research, curriculum development, services, scholarships and fellowships.
The OSP electronic newsletter containing compiled information on funding agencies and opportunities.
WPU sponsored teaching and research support information on ART, research and travel incentive, and graduate/undergraduate research programs.
State, County and Local Goverment
N. J. Department of Education
N. J. Department of Human Services, Division of Addiction Services (DAS)
N. J. Board of Public Utilities
N. J. State Council on the Arts
N. J. Historical Commission
N. J. Council for the Humanities
Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council
City of Paterson, Urban Enterprize Zone
Paterson Public Schools
Passaic Public Schools
Advice to Grantseekers
- The Ten Grant Commandments by Rory O' Connor
- Tips on Preparing a Winning Fellowship Proposal from Introduction to Fellowships, Brown University 1997
- Beating the Success Rate with Research Proposals from the Petroleum Res. Council
- Ten Ways to Blow a Grant Proposal by various contributors
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