To support UIS faculty, staff, and student research, we provide resources, tools, and training materials. In addition, the staff of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs are available for classroom visits and workshops.
off-campus access/netid Powerful search engine based on your research profile. Provides information on funding resources for research. Accessible only to University of Illinois students, staff & faculty. For full access, create an account by clicking on Sign Up and using your UIS email to connect to our institutional account.
The White House Office of Management and Budget has mandated that all 26 Federal agencies post their competitive grant opportunities here to facilitate ease in locating grants as well as downloading and submitting applications. Managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the aim of this site is to eventually become the central repository for federal grant information.
To view the latest news and information on the government grant system, follow their blog.
- Brookens Library
- Center for Online Learning, Research, and Service [COLRS]
- Therkildsen Field Station at Emiquon
- Barber Observatory
- Survey Research Office
- Center for State Policy and Leadership
- Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance
- Art, Literature, Music in Symbolism and Decadence organization
UIS subscribes to the powerful Qualtrics survey software. View the ITS website for details.
UIS is part of the University of Illinois Campus Cluster, a massive computing resource.
Every semester we sponsor on-campus training workshops through the Faculty Development Office.
We will have a workshop on grant writing on Oct. 6, 2017, from 10-11:30 in PAC H. This will be a “flipped” workshop, so please review the materials below and come with your questions and your ideas.
- Finding Funding
Powerpoint slides (grant writing workshop part 1.pdf) and YouTube lecture
2. Tips for Success
Powerpoint slides (grant writing workshop part 2.pdf ) and YouTube lecture
3. Application Process
Powerpoint slides ( grant writing workshop part 3.pdf ) and YouTube lecture