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Funding and Grants Research Guide
This guide contains resources, strategies, and databases pertaining to locating and applying for grant, funding, and scholarship opportunities at Tulane and beyond
Send an email to the Office of Research Administration requesting to be added to one of four Research Administration maintained listservs. Funding opportunity notices and news items are sent out to each listserv on a regular basis. PLEASE, include your name, department and which list(s) you would like to subscribe to.
The listservs are as follows:
Arts & Humanities
Science & Engineering
Online Resources for Finding Grants, Funding & Scholarship Opportunities
Best Bet Grant searching database available through Tulane. Features include a personalized search interface, recommendations, alerts, full-text search based on your keywords, or subject categories. Updated twice a week. Sign-up for an account to gain access.
Best Bet Official database for finding U.S. Federal grants and an interface used for submitting proposals. Search for grants, sign up for email notifications, and apply for grants directly through this portal.
CRDF Global funds projects with the goal of advancing civilian-oriented science and entrepreneurship around the globe. Our funding opportunities are designed in collaboration with our funders and partners.
InCites Benchmarking & Analytics is a customized, web-based research evaluation tool that can help you develop your research strategy. InCites allows you to analyze institutional productivity, monitor collaboration activity, identify influential researchers, showcase strengths, and discover areas of opportunity. NOTE: Use your Web of Science or Endnote username and password or create a new username and password for this database
An interdisciplinary engineering database with over 9 million records referencing 5,000 engineering journals and conference materials dating from 1884. Can search by Funding number, acronym or sponsor.