Office of Research
- Grants.gov: single access point for more than 1,000 grant programs offered by all federal grant-making agencies (Detailed Grants.gov Handout)
- SPIN Suite: includes a searchable database of more than 40,000 funding opportunities from government and private funding sources as well as an email notification system related to funding opportunities aligned with saved searches.
- Cornerstone OpsWATCH (link will take you to SharePoint site that will require you to log in with your TTU username and password)
- The National Science Foundation Frequently Asked Questions:
1. I-Corps Team Solicitation
- Caplenor Faculty Research Awards
- Faculty Research Grants
- Graduate Student Funding
- Job-Scholarship-Internship Opportunities for Faculty, Graduates and Undergraduates
- Limited Proposal Submissions
- Requests for Funds to Visit Extramural Sponsors (PDF form, please see Forms page for instructions on PDF forms) Please note: Approval must be obtained prior to travel.
- Undergraduate and Graduate Research Programs and Funding
Please note: Grant applications must follow the Office of Research protocols. An
Intent to Submit must be completed, and the Proposal Endorsement Form must be routed
to our office to receive permission to submit.
- The deadline for the Spring 2021 Venturewell Faculty Grants Cycle is Wednesday, May 19. This year's grants cycle is focused on sustainable design. For more information, visit the Venture Well site.
The Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) has issued a Request for Application (RFA) for Statewide Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) Reinvestment Program Funding Opportunity for which your business or organization may be interested.
This award is intended to support evidence-based initiatives that improve the quality of life and/or quality of care for individuals residing in Nursing Home facilities in the state. For purposes of this RFA, a statewide project is one that includes at minimum 100 nursing homes across the state.
All of the information shown below is detailed in the Request for Application and it is available in PDF format and may be downloaded from the Department of Health “Funding Opportunities” website: https://www.tn.gov/health/funding-opportunities.htmlRFA Number: 34305-26622
Pre-response Teleconference: May 6, 2021, 2 p.m., central time
Deadline for Applications: May 28, 2021
Anticipated Contract Start Date: Oct. 1, 2021
- NSF Weekly Update
- The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity
that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards for faculty
members beginning their independent careers who have the potential to serve as academic
role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their
department or organization. The intent of the program is to provide stable support
at a sufficient level and duration to enable awardees to develop careers not only
as outstanding researchers but also as educators demonstrating commitment to teaching,
learning, and dissemination of knowledge. NSF encourages submission of CAREER proposals
from eligible early-career faculty at all CAREER-eligible organizations, especially
women, members of underrepresented minority groups, and persons with disabilities.
Please visit the program page for eligibility information along with the program solicitation and FAQs. A presentation on the NSF CAREER funding program from the December 3, 2020, NSF Fall 2020 Virtual Grants Conference can be viewed at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcojeEoz4AI&feature=youtu.be.
- Grand Challenges: Solving Global Health and Development Problems for Those Most in
- Solar Energy Innovators Program Opportunity
The purpose of the Solar Energy Innovators Program is to enable selected applicants to conduct practical research on innovative solutions to the challenges faced by electric utilities, energy service providers, and electric public utility commissions as the levels of solar energy, as well as other distributed energy resources (DERs), increase on the electrical grid. Please see the link above for more information.
- Call for Rapid Access Proposals for COVID-19 Research Using Neutron Scattering Resources (https://snsapp1.sns.ornl.gov/xprod_ro/f?p=109:26)
With the continuing spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Energy Basic Energy Sciences neutron sources will provide remote rapid access to support research into the COVID-19 virus and the search for effective diagnostics and therapies. Beamlines that will be made available at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) and High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, include neutron macromolecular crystallography, small angle scattering, reflectometry, spectroscopy and imaging beamlines.
Researchers who would like to use these resources should submit a short rapid access proposal, outlining experiment aims and scope, at https://snsapp1.sns.ornl.gov/xprod_ro/f?p=109:26. A facility scientist will contact you regarding your proposal within 2 days. Scientific and technical questions should be sent to Dean Myles at firstname.lastname@example.org.