Missouri S&T gathers and compiles funding opportunities on a monthly basis. This is a list of opportunities identified through PIVOT and grants.gov.
The following files contain selected current federal funding opportunities, excluding HSS, and selected current non-federal funding opportunities, as of July 15, 2022:
The following PIVOT files are funding opportunities that are available in the next 3 months, as of July 15, 2022:
The NASA Missouri Space Grant Consortiumis requestingproposals to expand studentresearch training and enhanceor establish outreachprogramswith the Consortium’spermanent members. The MOSGCexpects to award a total of$100,000 under this solicitation for proposals withanticipatedfunding levels up to$15,000per proposal. Proposals for lesser amounts will be considered. Note that, excluding NASA-OSTEM Internships, Fellowships, and Scholarships,a one-to-one cost share match is required for all funds awarded as a result of this solicitation. The Missouri Space Grant Officereserves the right to partially fund proposals if deemed appropriate.The main mission of the Consortium is to maintain and enhance, through the State's research universities and corporate partners, the Nation’s workforce capabilities in aerospace and space related science, engineering, and technology; and to aid in the dissemination of NASA related information to students, faculty, researchers, and the general public. The primary goal of the Consortium is to inspire, motivate, recruit, educate, and train students to be competent researchers at all academic levels in order to help meetMissouri’s and NASA’s need for skilled, knowledgeable, diverse, and high-performing professional scientists, engineers, technologists, and educators specializing in the fields of interest to NASA.EligibilityEligibility is limited to the permanent Affiliates of the Consortium.
Date of Announcement: May 21st, 2021
Proposal Due Date: June 30th, 2021
Anticipated Period of Performance: August 15th, 2021–April 30th, 2022
Missouri S&T subscribes to ProQuest PIVOT. Faculty and students can use this to:
These short YouTube Videos from 1.5–6.2 minute training bites are available within the PIVOT website on a number of pages/topics to maximize user understanding and satisfaction. Some of the topics are also available at the following YouTube Links:
PIVOT Webinars are provided by the RefWorks/COS, the developer of the database search tool. When you click on the PIVOT Webinars link, you have the option to set the time zone to show the local times and dates for upcoming webinars that have open registration. Additionally, there are some pre-recorded trainings available on the site as well.
Training sessions will be made available, on campus, when the S&T account has been fully set-up.
Access Candid Foundations Directory Online (FDO) via S&T*: Access Foundations
An exhaustive and up-to-date knowledge and insight platform to help streamline funding and research needs.
Visual Guide: http://fdo.org/guide (also available from FDO’s Help Menu)
*Note - the website is only accessible from an S&T IP address
Youtube channel with training videos: Youtube Traning Link