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Office of Sponsored Projects & Research

Putnam Science Center

Who might be interested in funding my research/creative project?

This is often the first question faculty pose as they begin the grant writing process. OSPR is here to help you answer this question using a variety of online tools.

Although each of these tools provides basic summary information (deadlines etc), you are encouraged to follow-up on any leads by visiting the sponsor’s website directly. Databases, while helpful, may not always have the latest updates from every sponsor.

SPIN Funding Opportunities Database

This database of funding opportunities (maintained by Infoed International) offers the following functionality:

  • Search by simple keywords.
  • Advanced searches limited by criteria of importance to you (sponsor type, citizenship requirements, etc.).
  • Faculty are welcome to explore the database on their own—it should be available from any Keene State College computer by clicking on the link below.
  • OSPR will provide individual training for new users of the database, if desired. Please contact Penny Miceli to schedule an appointment.

Detailed instructions on how to use SPIN

Launch SPIN

OSPR Funding Opportunity Summaries

OSPR maintains a list of the funding opportunities likely to be of most interest to our faculty, organized by the following disciplines/categories:


Contact the Office of Sponsored Projects and Research

Please visit our staff page for a directory of contacts for various sponsored projects and research functions.

Announcements
September 26, 2017 –

We are pleased to make you aware of the following grant-writing workshops available to our faculty. OSPR workshops for faculty are listed on the Faculty Staff Training Website and you may register there unless otherwise indicated.

Faculty Workshop: Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals ; Date: Friday, December 15, 2017; Time…

September 26, 2017 –

In 2010 and 2014, CMC/DH compiled lists of priority topics that would have clinical and community health partners available to link with academic faculty and students for possible research. The backdrop of the Healthy Monadnock Initiative has us particularly interested to partner with others to pursue community-based participatory research that…

August 11, 2017 –

The Faculty Development Grant Program has moved to the Faculty Enrichment area of the KSC website. Please visit that page for updated information on internal funding for faculty.