Research Funding for New Investigators - 2015 identifies new investigator funding opportunities offered by both federal and private sponsors in many disciplines including arts, humanities, biomedical sciences, clinical sciences, natural sciences, social sciences, architecture and engineering. This book provides details about funding deadlines, sponsor objectives, eligibility criteria and direct links to sponsor web pages. As with all our e-Books, it comes with a clickable Table of Contents and Subject Index.
Users may also perform keyword searches using the Adobe Acrobat Find Feature under the Edit Menu; simple and advanced searches are possible.1
Our new Pilot Project Funding Opportunities e-Book
is designed to quickly provide investigators with information about sponsors that fund projects at the preliminary data stage. Covering opportunities in many disciplines represented here at the University, this resource is a first step in identifying potential funding sources for your newly contemplated projects. 2
Another addition to our e-Book Series features funding opportunities to help faculty engage in fulfilling sabbatical experiences. Are you looking for opportunities that would allow you to travel, learn new research techniques, have time and space for quiet study and writing, engage in collaborative research activities with colleagues while on sabbatical leave? Start with our Sabbatical Support e-Book.
Details provided include sponsor interests, deadlines, notification dates and sponsor links.3