Throughout the grant process, researchers will find necessary information and support here.
A good place to start may be Funding Opportunities which contains links to writing techniques, tools and resources, assistance in multiple areas, and information about strategic partnerships across campus.
The Office of Contracts and Grants (OCG) is established under the Division of Research to assist faculty in obtaining external funding to support their creative and scholarly activities. As such, OCG plays a role in helping the University fulfill its research, instruction and public service missions. In conjunction with college staff, OCG is tasked with the administrative and financial management of awards.
For information on any of these and other opportunities visit the Funding Opportunities Internal Awards
The best place to start is through the External Funding Opportunities page on the Division of Research Website
There are several avenues to find external grants and funding.
Three main sources:
GrantForward: A database covering 13,000 sponsor sources and over 40,000 funding opportunities
Grants.gov is the main source for finding information about and applying for federal grants.
Pivot connects researchers to available funding opportunities from public to private sponsors and foundations.
More information and a quick start guide is available from the external funding opportunities webpage.