Need funding to do your dissertation work? Perhaps a fellowship or scholarship for graduate school? A graduate internship over the summer?
The University Library offers a hands-on workshop that presents an overview of several academic funding databases available to assist in searching for research, fellowship, and travel grants. University members have online access to resources that list and describe thousands of current funding opportunities from the Federal government, foundations, professional societies, and other sources. Workshop participants will do hands-on work with the various resources, learn how to develop sound search strategies, and learn about establishing e-mail alerts for new grants.
The workshop will be offered on July 26 and again on July 31 at the University Library Instructional Center (ULIC), 4059 Shapiro Library, 919 South University.
To register for the workshop, please visit:
About the Author
Doreen Bradley, Director of User Education Initiatives, University of Michigan Library
Published in: Professional Development