SPIN (the Sponsored Programs Information Network) is a searchable funding opportunity database that provides detailed, up‐to‐date information about thousands of Federal, non‐Federal, and International programs in support of research, travel, curriculum development, collaborative projects, sabbatical support, fellowship opportunities, publication support and more.
Search for Funding Opportunities in SPIN:
- Access SPIN at www.infoedglobal.com. This will take you to the SPIN page supported and maintained by InfoEd International.
- Select SPIN in the top horizontal menu. NOTE: SPIN is restricted to CSU employees and students so you must be on campus or using the VPN to access.
- Once on the SPIN site, you will need to log in. If you are a first-time user, create a new profile using a username of your choice and your CSU email.
- After logging in, you can run a Text (basic) or Advanced Search. A Help dropdown provides additional information along with helpful training videos. The videos will walk you through how to conduct an Advanced Search, how to save a search, and how to save criteria for later use.
- For more information, contact Dinaida Egan or Lynn Bruning.
Use SciENcv (Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae) to create NSF-approved Biographical Sketches and Current and Pending Support documents. My NCBI users can create multiple SciENcv profiles in official biographical sketch formats for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).
SciENcv Biosketch Tutorial
SciENcv Current & Pending (Other) Support Tutorial