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Grant Search Databases
This site allows anyone to search federal grant listings of 26 federal grant-making agencies and sign up for e-mail notification of newly posted grants.
The college maintains a small collection of resources that may be borrowed. Resources included are:
copies of previously funded proposals to federal and private agencies awarded to Bentley faculty members.
books and articles on successful grant seeking
books and articles on funding sources for different types of projects
In conjunction with the Principal Investigator, the college administers all external awards received by the college on behalf of a faculty member. The PI and the designated administrator both sign off on all expenditures. The college's administrator oversees compliance with the agency's regulations and procedures. In general, this administrator files any financial reports that may be required while the faculty member is responsible for meeting program reporting requirements.
Here are links to information regarding proposal writing:
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
National Science Foundation
Bentley has received copyright permission for you to copy and use the following excellent additonal article on proposal writing:
Current opportunities for federal grants are available at http://grants.gov
Federal contract and procurement opportunities are announced at http://www.fedbizopps.gov
The Office of Sponsored Programs forwards frequent descriptions of funding opportunities to faculty and staff. Should you wish to receive these by email, please contact Mary Louise Pauli.
Is there a possibility of funding within my area of research and if so, how can I find funding?
There are many different funding opportunities available for a variety of areas of research. We encourage you to refer to the links and resources on our website as well as e-mail your questions to Mary Louise Pauli.
The Director of Sponsored Programs provides leadership and administrative support in the development and submission of proposals for grants and contracts to governmental agencies. Proposals may support research, curriculum development, instruction, service and other projects and programs. Support for faculty fellowships applications funded by the government is provided by the Director of Foundation Relations in the office of Corporate Relations.