Based on your eligibility and need, this system will help you find and request funding for research, fellowship, subvention, or conference related projects.
Proposals that include a request to UMOR must be in our office two weeks prior to the UMOR deadline. This will ensure time for the LSA review. If your proposal arrives later in that period prior to the UMOR deadline it may not make the UMOR deadline and will be held until the following competition.
- Most UMOR Programs 15th of February, April, June, August, October, December
- Publication Subvention 15th of February, June, & October
- Core Facilities/Shared Equipment 15th of February, June, & October
- Small Grants for Major Conferences 15th of February, June, & October
- Research Maintenance for Sponsored Projects 15th of February, April, June, August, October, & December
LSA Funding Sources
Sources for research funding internal to the College.
- Attend an Event / Conference
- Organize an Event / Conference
- Scholarship / Research
- Associate Professor Support Fund
- Michigan Humanities Award
- The Ralph Baldwin Prize in Astrophysics and Space Science
- Salary Supplements (aka, Topping Off)
- eGIF Application Examples
- Budget justification example * (PDF)
LSA Foundation Funding
- The David and Lucille Packard Foundation
- Brain Research Foundation
- The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Includes info on Rackham administered fellowships, grants and scholarships as well as supplemental support for fellowships from external grants.
- Funding from Rackham - Rackham Graduate School administered fellowships, grants and scholarships.
- Cost Sharing by Rackham - Supplemental support for fellowships from sources external to the U-M.
PLEASE NOTE: If a PAF is completed in conjunction with the fellowship's submission to the sponsor the applicable supplemental Rackham support must be reflected as an Other UM Commitment by Rackham on the PAF at time of submission to receive the support for Rackham.
Other Funding Sources
- Funding Opportunities from U-M Office of Research and Sponsored Projects** Resources for faculty and reseachers via the Division of Research Development and Administration at the University of Michigan.
- Community of Science Search Engine * A great search engine at the Community of Science (COS) that allows the research community to search its extensive and comprehensive database of available funding resource, with more than 23,000 records representing nearly 400,000 opportunities, worth over $33 billion