LINKS TO GOVERNMENT GRANT SOURCES
NSF FASTLANE - FastLane is an interactive real-time system used to conduct NSF business over the Internet. FastLane is for official NSF use only.
Links to startup funds for new professors:
Links to government sources for sabbatical leave with funding
Links to government grant sources
The Council on Foundations is a membership organization that supports grantmakers in various aspects of foundation management
Division of Research, This service should be used for a search of NSF funding opportunities.
Environmental Protection Agency's National Center for Environmental Research
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), through the Dahlgren Laboratory at Dahlgren, VA, and the Coastal Systems Station at Panama City, FL
National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program RFP. Applications are invited for competitive grant awards in agricultural, forest and related environmental sciences under the National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program (NRICGP) administered by the Office of Grants and Program Systems, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES).
NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research. Find out about funding opportunities available from OAR (e.g., National Undersea Research Program, National Sea Grant College Program National Competitions, and Small Business Innovation Research).
NOPP - National Oceanographic Partnership Program - Ocean Research for National needs
Office of Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC, 20585, General e-mail: email@example.com (METHANE MINING)
ONR, Science and Technology: Processes and Prediction Division (Code 322)
ONR, Science and Technology: Sensing and Systems Division
ONR, Science and Technology: Ocean, Atmosphere and Space (OAS) (Code 32)
ONR, Science and Technology: Ocean Optics & Biology (322 OB)
ONR, Science and Technology:
The Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (USDA). Find out about funding opportunities that are available from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service.
Jane N. Ryland Fellowship Program - Whether you are developing basic network services for staff and students or trying to position your institution for the world of wireless networking, you learn from the experiences of others. New technologies, applications, and customer expectations are changing the dynamics of activities across the campus-in teaching and learning, research, and institutional management. Making wise decisions in this fluid environment is particularly difficult if financial or other constraints at your institution keep you professionally isolated. You need access to a network of colleagues and their collective wisdom for your ongoing professional growth. This EDUCAUSE grant program was established to expand opportunities for information technology professionals to attend EDUCAUSE events, thus helping to build future leaders. Fellowships recognize a combination of past achievement, personal and institutional commitment, potential benefit, and financial need. Awards are made on an annual basis, in amounts that will substantially or fully meet the costs of attending one EDUCAUSE educational event that aligns with the professional needs of the applicant and the strategic directions of his or her institution. Fellows select the event of their choice from among the eligible EDUCAUSE offerings described in this brochure. Grant monies are applied first to registration fees, then to transportation and housing costs.