SPIN is a searchable database that contains information from more than 2,500
different sponsoring agencies, which
comprise more than 11,000 separate funding opportunities. You can access the database using your UMID and
Pivot is a ProQuest product (formerly known as COS - Community of Science). It
is an excellent resource for
finding external funding opportunities. You can use Pivot to save a search and have it send you a weekly
alert when a match between your choice of keywords (research area) and funding programs are matched in this
funding opportunities database.
AIE promotes the exchange of students and scholars to and from the United
States. The website contains useful
information for U.S. students interested in study abroad and practical advice and financial aid information
foreign nationals studying in the U.S.
The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) is an independent, nonprofit
international organization that offers
fellowships and grants for researchers doing promising work in the social sciences and related disciplines.
Many professional associations offer funding and/or provide information about fellowships
and grants on their
websites. A few examples are listed below, but students can check with associations related to their
or research interests for additional opportunities.