The Minnesota State University Moorhead Grants web site is a resource to support faculty, staff and students in their pursuit of funding for programs and initiatives that strengthen the institution's academic and support programs, and funds for individual professional development.
This site provides links to comprehensive funding databases, including federal, state and private funding agencies and grant competitions, as well as MSUM internal grant sources. In most cases, the initial page(s) for each major type of funding source displays those organizations considered to have the best potential for funding. These pages will be updated regularly to include agencies that fund MSUM projects.
Individuals seeking grants from an area foundation or a local business/corporation should contact the Alumni Foundation Office. Normally these grants are for amounts under $100,000. Individuals seeking assistance for federal grants or from national or regional foundations should consult their college dean. These grants will generally be larger and multi-year.
In the event that a potential applicant wishes to pursue other sources, links are provided to virtually every major public and private source. Individuals are encouraged to explore potential grant sources on their own using the links discussed above or a search engine to which MSUM subscribes. GrantMiner subscriptions are available at no charge to all Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System employees. Just follow the directions to create your subscription. Your user ID and password will be sent via email.
Information on proposal development, budget preparation, grant management, along with information on policies/regulations is also provided.
Request for Proposals
Attention FastLane Users: As part of the transition of project reports to Research.gov, you must stop submitting project reports in FastLane starting February 1, 2013.
On March 18, 2013, NSF will transfer its current project reporting service from FastLane to Research.gov. As part of the transition of project reports to Research.gov, there will be a mandatory FastLane freeze. This means NSF awardees must stop submitting project reports in FastLane starting on February 1, 2013. To assist the community with this transition, the overdue date will be extended for all project reports that are currently scheduled to become overdue between January 31 and April 30, 2013. For more information, go to the Project Report Information Page.
On March 18, 2013, the National Science Foundation (NSF) will completely transfer all project reporting from FastLane to Research.gov. This means that Principal Investigators (PIs) and Co-PIs will use Research.gov to meet all NSF project reporting requirements, including submission of Final, Annual and Interim Project Reports and the Project Outcomes Report. The new Project Reporting Dashboard will make it easier for PIs, Co-PIs, and Sponsored Project Office (SPO) staff to see which reports are due or overdue, and will provide access to all reports submitted to NSF. Research.gov provides research-related information and grants management services in one location. Research.gov is the modernization of FastLane, providing the next generation of grants management capabilities for the research community.
Go to this site to enter Research.Gov:
Fulbright Specialist Programhttp://www.cies.org/Specialists/
The Fulbright Specialist Program is designed to provide short-term academic opportunities (two to six weeks) for U.S. faculty and professionals. Shorter grant lengths give Specialist greater flexibility to pursue a grant that works best with their current academic or professional commitments. Rolling Deadline
Center for Teaching and Learning Grants Current Awareness http://www.diigo.com/cloud/ctlgrants
International Education Grant and Fellowship Opportunities announced