If interested in federal funding, you can review Grants.gov and the Federal Register for information of public interest, including notices, proposed/final rules, meeting notices and grants/funding Requests for Proposals (RFPs).
A starting point for state and local grant information is found on Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe's webpage.
Sponsors provide up-to-the-minute agency news via website, email and twitter updates. Start here to get more information:
You can also search for funding opportunities using SPIN, the Sponsored Programs Information Network database available to all Mason faculty, staff and students from a Mason authenticated login.
Also, you can learn more about foundations that award grants by tapping into George Mason University Libraries' subscription to the Foundation Directory Online.
At any time, please contact the Associate Dean for Research to discuss funding interests and possibilities.
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences and George Mason University also offer several competitive programs in support of faculty research and scholarship.