Whether you are hoping to apply for funding a new project or doing research on trends in research funding, the University and its Libraries have wonderful tools to help you. This workshop begins with an overview of the current marketplace for grants, fellowships and other types of funding. Learn about researching trends and a practical overview of the tools to identify funding sources such as IRIS, SPIN, Grants.gov, Community of Science and the Foundation Directory. This workshop is targeted specifically to those in the social sciences and education. Some resources for the course are listed on the Web site of the Office of the VP for Research.
To request disability accommodations, please contact the instructor at least one week prior to the workshop.