Funding for Graduate Study & Research

September 23, 2011, Education Policy Research Seminar, Dr. David Rutkowski

The prezi file (a PowerPoint alternative) from this class presentation is below. You can progress through the slides in order, but you can also zoom in and out and click to any location in the material. The links and webpages should be active–please let me know if you have any trouble accessing the information you want.

And, here is a quick funding search I saved in the Pivot funding database.

Education Policy General Search

I encourage you to create a personal account in Pivot (using your Indiana University e-mail address and affiliation–that’s how their system verifies that you have access through IU’s subscription to the database) and save this search to your own account. Otherwise, the link above will remain active only as long as we keep the search saved in the GGC Pivot account. If you do not create an account, you can still do some basic searching, but you will not be able to save searches or set up funding alerts (regular e-mails from the database with funding opportunities based on your research interests). If you do create an account, you can save this preliminary search and refine it to include keywords specific to your research, then create additional searches. Pivot offers a lot of helpful tools for filtering results and keeping track of funding opportunities that interest you. Don’t forget that you can also access the IRIS funding database from our website (Search the Databases). If you would like help getting better search results, we would be happy to meet with you.

Best of luck!

Cassie Chambliss, GGC Consultant


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