Finding Funding

Looking for an Easy Way to Find Grant Opportunities?

The Office of Sponsored Programs subscribes to InfoED SPIN (Sponsored Research Information Network), a comprehensive database of over 1,200 public and private funding sources, including federal, state, and foundation opportunities for all academic disciplines. InfoED is an independent research administration tool featuring valuable resources, including a funding opportunity database and professional networking capabilities.

Once an account has been created for you, InfoED will match the keywords you select with funding opportunities and will e-mail funding opportunity digests directly to your inbox.

User guide for using InfoED SPIN and creating a InfoED Profile.

Are You a New Faculty Member Looking for Research Funding?

Please click on the appropriate link below for Early Career grant opportunities in your field of research:

Looking for funding in the Arts and Humanities ?

Please click on the appropriate link below for Art based learning about how to fund your funding search:

National Endowment of the Arts - Programs & Proposal Strategy Video

National Endowment for the Humanities - Programs & Proposal Strategy Video

For questions on how to register/use InfoED, research funding and funding in the Arts and Humanities, please contact the Office of Sponsored Programs at