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05/17/2022

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Scrooge McDuck

UC Berkeley has a good overview of ways of finding funding opportunities: https://spo.berkeley.edu/funding.html

Pivot, the main tool they recommend, requires creating an account and institutional access.

Also worth looking at is UCLA's list of postdoc opportunities here: https://grad.ucla.edu/funding/ (apply the filter for postdocs). It includes some opportunities for visiting fellowships beyond the postdoc phase, but not grants in general, so I'm not sure how helpful this is to the OP specifically.

show me the money?

(to clarify, I didn't mean bigger than NEH or Templeton, I meant grants big enough to support teaching release. Re-reading this, I realize the wording was ambiguous. Thanks!)

Kevin Doherty

UIUC has a great database, and I don’t believe a subscription is needed for that one. Pivot is the best resource, though, if you have access to it.

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