Finding Funding Tools and Sources

The world of grant funding can seem expansive and incomprehensible, but there are key tools that can guide you through finding and securing sponsored opportunities for your research project or initiative. This workshop provides tutorials for using the top grant-seeking databases, including PIVOT, a tool for locating sponsored funding opportunities and collaborators; Foundation DirectoryGrants to Individuals; and Grants.gov. In addition to these resources, we will discuss best practices in searching, grant terminology that you may encounter, and where to get additional help in searching, as well as with the writing process.

Presenter: Ava Kaplan, Research and Instruction Librarian

Where: 101 Russell / Online


Elevate Your Research builds upon the foundational series, Your Research Journey, by presenting valuable new topics, resources, and methodologies to make you an even stronger and highly proficient researcher. Held on Thursdays, 3-4pm, this series also invites deeper, collaborative work to strengthen academic research initiatives.

Upcoming:

Understanding Primary Sources, Thursday, 3/14 (104b Russell)

Navigating for Accessibility, Thursday, 3/28

 

Poster Image:

Matsubara, Naoko. Walden. Artist’s Print. N.p., 1970.  From the Federico Castellon Memorial Print Collection, Courtesy of Teachers College, Columbia University

Date

Mar 12 2024
Expired!

Time

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

Hybrid

Venue

Teachers College - Russell Hall
525 W 120th St #91, New York, NY 10027

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