Steinhardt's Office of Research provides helpful guidance for both graduate students and faculty. Note the instructions for UCAIHS Clearance Process for Students, should your project require IRB approval.
Both students and faculty should contact the Office of Research once they have decided to apply for external funding, as there are several University guidelines that must be followed.
Tools and Resources
One of the best ways to understand what a particular grant competition is looking for is to read applications that have been funded in the past.
- How to write a successful National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant
- How to get an NEH Grant
- NEH Match Your Project to A Grant
- Sample application and sample budget template for a Humanities grant
- Writing fellowship proposals
- SSRC's Art of Writing Proposals should be required reading for all new applicants, particularly those who are applying for SSRC and other Social Sciences-related funding.
- NYU's Office of Sponsored Programs posts overhead and fringe rates, EIN/TIN, and other University information that might be required for your application.
- Search Grants.gov with keywords such as “doctoral” or “dissertation”.
- The Foundation Directory is a grants database available via the NYU library website. Click on "Articles Via Databases" and select Foundation Directory from the "Database by Title" option.