UW-Madison OpportunitiesBack to Top
- CALS Funding Opportunities
List of fellowships and grants typically offered annually by the College of Ag. and Life Science.
- UW-Madison Graduate School Funding Opportunities
List of campus opportunities, as well as non-federal and federal opportunities that require institutional nomination or internal competition.
Non-Federal OpportunitiesBack to TopThe CALS Research Division maintains an extensive database of Non-Federal funding opportunities relevant to CALS researchers. These opportunities are drawn mainly from organizational websites and email list-servs monitored by Research Division staff. New opportunities are added daily, and existing opportunities are reviewed at least monthly.
Please also refer to the eCALS Newsletters for more funding opportunities.
- Opportunities with Upcoming Deadlines
- All Opportunities listed by Sponsor
- All Opportunities listed by Due Date
- Search All Opportunities
Federal OpportunitiesBack to Top
A “one stop shop” U.S. Federal government funding. All current opportunities from 26 U.S. Government Agencies, including NIH, NSF, DOE, and DOI.
Current and past opportunities from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
Current and past RFAs (Requests for Applications), PAs (Program Announcements) and Notices from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Current solicitations and previous awards from the National Science Foundation (NIH).
Other Funding Search ToolsBack to TopUW Madison subscribes to these resources for locating funding:
- COS Pivot
Offers both funding opportunity and scholar (collaborator) search capabilities. Includes opportunities from over 25,000 federal and non-federal sponsors.
- Grant Forward (formerly IRIS)
Provides information on over 10,000 grants available to both individuals and organizations from 4,000 federal, state, and local governments, commercial organizations, associations, and private foundations. Formerly Illinois Researcher Information Services (IRIS).
- Sponsored Programs Information Network (SPIN)
Provides access to funding information for research, development activities, international projects, collaborative programs, fellowships, academic exchange programs, and more.