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Search funding databases and explore common sources of support.

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InfoEd SPIN Database

Rollins maintains a subscription to InfoEd SPIN, one of the most widely used funding opportunity databases covering all disciplines. The service tracks the funding programs (e.g., research grants, fellowships, publication support, sabbatical support, curriculum development, etc.) of over 6,000 government, private, and non-profit funding sources worldwide and is accessible to all Rollins faculty, staff, and students. Contact Devon Massot to request account for off-campus access.

Additionally, SPIN Matching And Research Transmittal Service (SMARTS) can deliver targeted funding opportunities that match specific search criteria directly to your inbox. Contact Devon Massot to get set up for this service. 

Duke University's Searchable Funding Database

Provided by Duke’s Office of Research Support, this searchable database includes information on all funding sources for research and other scholarly projects across all disciplines. 

Philanthropy News Digest

Philanthropy News Digest publishes active Requests For Proposals (RFP) and notices of awards from grant-making organizations and nonprofits. Sign up to get RFP alerts in specific fields.

All discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies can be found through


H-Announce service highlights calls for papers, calls for publication, workshops, sources of short-term funding, fellowships, and other events relevant to all humanities and social science disciplines.

Exhibitions, grants, news, and publication resources for artists of all disciplines.

Common Funding Sources

Arts, Humanities, and Humanities-Related Social Sciences

Sciences and Social Sciences

U.S. and Global Issues and Policy

Special Programs and Multidisciplinary

Sabbatical/Leave Opportunities

U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program

Provides approximately 800 teaching and/or research grants to U.S. faculty and experienced professionals in a wide variety of academic and professional fields. Grants are available in over 125 countries worldwide. See recent and upcoming webinars for additional information.

Faculty Opportunities on Approved Semester Programs

A number of international Rollins-Approved Semester Program partners have opportunities for faculty to serve as visiting scholars and/or instructors and/or are interested in connecting faculty for the purposes of collaborative research or pedagogy. Please visit the Office of International Programs for additional information or contact Giselda Beaudin for further assistance.

Fellowships and Residencies