The Office of Research Development is here to help you find external sources of funding for your research. Find information about a range of opportunities below. In addition, our staff members can provide personal consultations to identify opportunities and develop proposals. Questions? Call 532-6195 or email email@example.com.
We assemble an updated list of funding opportunities weekly. Look at each week's list separately or search the database of all opportunities.
Worldwide funding opportunities from federal, foundation, and association sources.
Internal Grant Programs: Faculty Development Awards (FDA) and University Small Research Grants (USRG)
FDA provides support to travel to international meetings, primarily at international locations, to participate in foreign exchanges (such as NEH fellowships) and to meet with Program Officers of potential external sponsors. USRG program is a seed grant program to support early research, scholarly activity, and other creative efforts.
Focuses on those states that have historically received lesser amounts of Federal research and development funding. Kansas is an EPSCoR state and special opportunities exist with the National Science Foundation, National Institute of Health, NASA, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy, and the Department of Defense.
Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence support thematic, multidisciplinary centers that augment and strengthen institutional biomedical research capacity. This is accomplished by expanding and developing biomedical faculty research capability and enhancing research infrastructure, including the establishment of core facilities needed to carry out program objectives. Funding opportunities for these centers come in the form of seed grants that are typically announced annually by each center. In addition, these centers must periodically add new early career faculty to become mentees in the center as their current mentees "graduate" after two years of funding.
Internal guidelines addressing funding programs that have a limit on the number of applications an institution may submit.
When the number of nominations per institution are limited, then all prospective nominations must be processed through the Office of Research Development.