Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends
Grant Opportunity Databases
The library provides access to two databases of funding opportunities: Pivot and Foundation Directory Online Professional. After you set up a profile in Pivot, you can create database alerts and access video tutorials and helpful documentation to make the most of these subscriptions.
Other Helpful Grant Opportunity Databases
A regularly updated list of recurrent grant opportunities, primarily in the natural and social sciences, including major limited-submission opportunities requiring institutional nomination. Includes information on deadlines, eligibility, grant amounts and websites.
This is a comprehensive online database (not available for download) of government and non-government funding opportunities in all fields, searchable by discipline, eligibility, funding types, deadline and keyword maintained by Duke University.
A comprehensive list of sabbatical grant opportunities, both domestic and international.
This searchable database includes over 600 scholarships, grants and fellowships for graduate students and postdocs, maintained by UCLA.
This is a comprehensive, searchable, filterable and updated list of opportunities in all disciplines, particularly strong in non-federal opportunities and good for humanities and social sciences maintained by University of Rochester.
University of California, Berkeley, Funding Opportunities
This regularly updated, non-searchable site from the Berkeley Sponsored Programs Office includes both government and private funding opportunities in all fields and classifies them usefully: travel grants, equipment grants, grants for new and young faculty, Postdoc grants, etc.
- Women and Minorities Opportunities
- Postdoc Funding in the Biosciences
- Postdoc Funding in the Social Sciences
- Postdoc Funding in the Humanities
Other Sources of Inspiration
Philanthropy News Digest RFP Bulletin (updated weekly)