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Objective: This document entails funding opportunities across professional levels and varying degrees of support. This document is meant to be shared widely to help students find funding large and small.
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This document is a compilation of many sources that have been shared with me. Major contributors are Joe Curtis, Jacey Van Wert, Caroline Owens, Jordan Salomon, Stacey Farina, and Anat Belasen!
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If links don't work, you think an opportunity should be labeled differently, or if you have more opportunities to add please email sbsambado@ucsb.edu
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**As always, I'm open to suggestions to make this document more digestible and inclusive
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Other databases for funding opportunities:
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Biology Stipends for grad school: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DbsguWboybwgtn9aKCqOJOuI-o2uom6AnXSD8h1Dg6w/edit#gid=0
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The Hub (https://www.notion.so/The-Hub-Homepage-4611b5779b4e4fcdaf4631106e921315)
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Graduate Student Funding Opportunities: https://research.jhu.edu/rdt/funding-opportunities/graduate/
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389 Postdoctoral Funding Opportunities by Johns Hopkins group - Neuroscience/Cancer focused (https://research.jhu.edu/rdt/funding-opportunities/postdoctoral/)
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List of fellowships targeted for undocumented students (https://immigrantsrising.org/resource/list-of-scholarships-and-fellowships/)
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Databases 1 for finding independent biology/ecology postdoctoral fellowships: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1J2M_tQgoqV4ivpfEClh9qs9f2KQN2O1G3Jpda2aoHfQ/htmlview
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Databases 2 for finding independent biology/ecology postdoctoral fellowships: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cHkWrbvNrRdhJL9Z8ucgBZ2HSts2GPA_yozbQPl_x_8/edit#gid=0
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Databases 3 for finding independent biology/ecology postdoctoral fellowships: https://cbs.umn.edu/academics/departments/eeb/postdocs/opportunities
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Databases 4 for finding independent biology/ecology postdoctoral fellowships: https://asntech.github.io/postdoc-funding-schemes/
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Notes:
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Some deadlines may shift over years, so I would double check deadlines prior to the due date
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For deadlines that weren't clear on a date but gave a particular month, I would assign a deadline on the 1st of that month
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I tried to assign at least one group to each grant type (e.g. field work, government, etc.) but some opportunities are more inclusive than what I wrote down!
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Full list is meant to be all inclusive that can be filtered to specific categories, however I have broken it into separate sheets that are targeted for particular types of funding
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Postdoc opportunities weren't as vetted (e.g. didn't check link or due date) since this is document is targetted for undergraduates and graduates in EEMB at UCSB
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A new 'Workshop' tab has been added to increase transparency in learning & networking opportunities. Not all workshops have been vetted.
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Column names & their meanings
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type: targeted audience (i.e. undergraduate, graduate, postdoc, travel grants, workshops, outreach)
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name: the name of the award, if name was not specific I gave it the organization name
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organization: the name of the funding agency
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due date: loose deadline of each application, if an application had an open submission (i.e funded until funding is not available = rolling), if there were multiple funding opportunities within name or organization = multiple
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link: link to specific calling or main agency website to direct you to proposal calling
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note: some resources shared with me had notes so I incorporated whatever was passed along to me
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G - R: broad categories that I tried to assign funding opportunities to. 'X' means that opportunity highly encourages that group or interest to apply. Some grants are more inclusive than I labeled them to be.
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