Grants

Digital projects often require a diverse set of resources.  Below are internal and external grant opportunities that fund digital scholarship. But don’t go it alone.  Get in touch with us (dash@umn.edu) and we can help advise you on which funding opportunities are best for your work, how to write strong proposals, and what resources your college has to assist you in the grant-writing process. 

Academic Innovation Grants Program

Supports CLA faculty and department innovation and student-centeredness in teaching and learning through the
integration of technology. Awards from $1,000 - 30,000

LATIS’ Pollinator Program

For CLA undergraduate or graduate students who need hardware, software, or reusable training materials for a research or
course project. Awards up to $1,500.

Grant-in-Aid of Research, Artistry & Scholarship Program

Administered through the Office of the Vice President for Research, Grant-in-Aid Program (GIA) funds are awarded in the belief that the quality of faculty research or artistic endeavors is a major determinant of the overall vitality of the institution. Note that these funds are used to support independent research.

Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing Research Program

The Center for Writing's Interdisciplinary Studies of Writing program offers research grants to support inquiry into writing in and across the disciplines.

Grant Funding: Search Tools and Resources

The University Libraries offers a hands-on and online workshops on searching Pivot and the Foundation Directory Online (FDO). Setting up e-mail updates in Pivot is also covered. The workshops are co-sponsored by Office for the Vice President for Research (OVPR). Also discover links to additional funding resources, international activities, and proposal development.

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