Carnegie Mellon University

Find Funding

Use the links and resources below to find funding opportunities.

Funding Opportunity Resources:

 

Subscription Services from the Hunt Library A-Z Database List:

http://search.library.cmu.edu/databases/

  • Pivot – claim or create your profile to sign up for personally designed email alerts based on keywords you select.

       Pivot login: https://pivot.cos.com/login

  • Grant Forward – build a profile if desired and set up email alerts.

      Grant Forward Website: https://www.grantforward.com/index

Grants.gov:

http://www.grants.gov/web/grants/search-grants.html

Stay informed about new and updated grant opportunities. Google Chrome users must install the RSS feed extension in order to view this page.

Receive daily notification of all new grant opportunities.

Select notifications based on specific criteria such as funding instrument type, eligibility or sub-agency.

Select this option to receive notifications based on Funding Opportunity Number (FON). A FON is a number that a federal agency assigns to its grant announcement.

National Institutes of Health (NIH):

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/index.html

  • NIH Funding Opportunities now available in RSS (Really Simple News Syndication) format - see http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/newsfeed/fundingopps.xml for details. Google Chrome users must install the RSS feed extension to get the RSS feed.
  • NIH Guide announcements (PAs, RFAs and Notices) are published daily. At the end of each work week (usually on Friday afternoon), NIH transmits an email to NIH Guide LISTSERV subscribers with the Current Weekly Table of Contents (TOC), including links to announcements published during the week. An up-to-date listing of new announcements published during the week may be checked anytime on the Current Weekly TOC.
  • To Subscribe to the NIH Guide LISTSERV, send an email to listserv@list.nih.gov with the following text in the message body (not the "Subject" line): subscribe NIHTOC-L your name (Example: subscribe NIHTOC-L Bill Jones) Your email address will automatically be obtained from the email message and you will be added to the LISTSERV.

National Science Foundation (NSF)

http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_list.jsp?org=NSF&ord=date

Email updates to stay informed about NSF Program Announcements

Subscribe to RSS feed of NSF Program Announcements and Information posted on the NSF website.

Foundation Relations

Carnegie Mellon’s Office of Foundation Relations - part of University Advancement - is a centralized resource for CMU faculty and staff who are interested in soliciting funds from private foundations. The Foundation Relations team works to increase the amount of foundation money awarded to support university strategic priorities.

http://www.cmu.edu/foundation-relations/

 

The Grant Advisor Plus

The Grant Advisor Plus is an on-line information service designed for grants persons and faculty in U.S. colleges and universities. For more information, please visit their web site at: http://www.grantadvisor.com

 

CMU ProSEED

The ProSEED program acts as an umbrella for several different internal seed grants in the areas of research, teaching, student life, community service and campus programming.  Every member of the CMU community (faculty, students and staff) is eligible to apply for at least one ProSEED grant in order to provide seed funding for their new idea. Learn more about ProSEED.

Limited Submissions

What is a limited submission?

When a sponsor or a donor limits the numbers of proposals that an institution can submit to an opportunity, this is called a limited submission. OSP is responsible for managing the CMU internal selection process for limited submissions. Most limited funding opportunities are announced via email to a distribution group. A list of current and recent opportunities can be found on the Limited Submissions webpage. You can also contact Judy Coyle at (412) 268-5597 to find out if there is an open competition running for the opportunity.

How are candidates selected for a limited submission?

The selection process is conducted by the office of the Vice President of Research. Usually interested researchers will submit an email of intent followed by a pre-proposal. Specific instructions may differ for each limited submission and these instructions will be included in the email announcement of the opportunity.

What happens if I miss a deadline for a limited submission but I want to submit?

If OSP does not receive any interest from campus during the internal competition, applications will be processed in order of receipt until the maximum number of proposals has been submitted.