Texas A&M Opportunities
Research at Texas A&M University is prolific, and there is a significant amount of information on research funding available to graduate students. It is recommended that you ask your graduate advisor, department and colleagues about specific funding which may be available and appropriate for your field of study.
Please be certain to read the criteria and guidelines carefully for funding opportunities. Certain funding is applicable for graduate students, yet some of the funding information you find may not be intended for students.
The Office of Research Development (ORD) collects a significant amount of information about research funding opportunities. You can also find funding opportunities by category on the Research Development website.
National Funding Resources
National Council of University Research Administrators – an organization of individuals involved in the administration of sponsored programs at colleges, universities and teaching hospitals.
Society of Research Administrators International – Society of Research Administrators International is a nonprofit association dedicated to advancing the profession and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of research administration. With over 3,000 members around the world, SRA International continuously seeks to broaden and diversify its membership base.
U.S. Department of Defense – Director of Defense Research and Engineering and the Under Secretary of Defense for Science and Technology
NonProfit Gateway – a network of links to Federal government information and services to include a directory of the Federal Government, the Federal Register, CFDA, Library of Congress, FedWorld, GSA and Department/Agency NonProfit gateways