Research at Brandeis

Additional Funding Opportunities

The Office of Research Administration also provides links to online resources to provide support. Qualified pre-doctoral and post-doctoral students may apply for fellowship opportunities from various funding agencies.

Provost Research Awards support early stage, innovative scholarly inquiry and creative activities that have the potential for significant, sustained impact.

Grants are intended to promote excellence in teaching through the development of innovative instructional methods, new methods of assessing learning or the redesign or courses using technology.

A convenient place for Division of Science faculty, postdocs, and grads to find almost everything to do with research support in the sciences.

The Virtual Incubator is the focal point for people at Brandeis interested in technology commercialization-the intersection of business and science.

To encourage and support entrepreneurial activity within the Brandeis community, including students (graduate and undergraduate), postdocs, faculty and staff.

To encourage and support entrepreneurial activity within the Brandeis community for students (graduate and undergraduate), postdocs, faculty and staff in the Division of Science.

Brandeis University’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) is a resource for Brandeis faculty who are interested in securing support from corporations or foundations to support their research, teaching, and outreach projects. The University subscribes to comprehensive databases of government and non-government funding opportunities in all fields, searchable by discipline, eligibility, funding types, sponsor types, deadline, and keyword.

Search for fellowship opportunities based on your class standing. Available to both undergrads and recent alumni.

Find job and internships and connect with employers through the Hiatt Career Center. Hiatt also provides support for undergraduate students who pursue unpaid summer internships.