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External Funding Resources

To assist faculty and professional staff in identifying potential funding sources, the Office of Sponsored Programs subscribes to a membership with the AASCU Grants Resource Center (GRC).

The Grants Resource Center serves as a liaison to federal funding agencies, provides monthly electronic announcements of forthcoming deadlines and grant opportunities, and provides personal assistance in identifying funding sources or obtaining information from federal agencies. Faculty and staff have access to GRC’s website, which contains electronic versions of GRC Deadlines and GRC Reports, the GRC Bulletin, Federal Register announcements, federal agency and private foundation links, and a searchable grant database (GrantSearch).

The OSP staff will assist faculty in the use of the GrantSearch database or will perform funding searches upon request.

GRC GrantSearch Database

A database of federal and private funding sources. You will need a username and password the first time you access the database.

GRC Bulletin

A publication updated every Friday providing federal funding opportunities from grants.gov, the Federal Register, and federal procurement opportunities from FedBizOpps.gov.

NIH/NSF Bulletin

Calls for proposals from the National Institutes for Health and the National Science Foundation, updated weekly.

GrantsWeek

A publication updated weekly detailing the latest information affecting the research community.

GRC Deadlines

A publication detailing calls for proposals with three-month submission dates. GRC Deadlines, as published by the GRC, is the most comprehensive source of funding opportunities available to the UNLV community. This online publication is divided into various disciplines and is updated on the 10th of each month. Approximately 100 to 150 funding opportunities are described in each issue.

Other Funding Links

Grants.gov

Grants.gov is THE single access point for more than 1,000 grant programs offered by all federal grant-making agencies. Investigators have the option to sign up and receive ALL funding opportunities or may choose a specific discipline and/or federal agency.

Foundation Center

The Foundation Center was founded in 1956, the center is the nation's leading authority on philanthropy and is dedicated to serving grant seekers, grant makers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.

National Institutes of Health

Visit the National Institutes of Health website.

National Science Foundation

Visit the National Science Foundation website.

Nevada EPSCoR Office

Nevada EPSCoR Office, a systemwide initiatives for federal agency submissions. The participating agencies include: