Academy of Human Resource Development: AHRD is a global organization made up of, governed by, and created for the Human Resource Development (HRD) scholarly community of academics and reflective practitioners.
AERA Grants Program: Small grants and training for researchers who conduct studies of education policy and practice using quantitative methods and including the analysis of data from the large-scale data sets
American Economic Association: The AEAweb provides information on funding for economists and the opportunity for organizations, institutions, and agencies to post information on grants available for economic research.
DMOZ Grants: Provides information on research, scholarships, and discipline-specific aid
EduPass: Financial assistance to US students studying in the US is shrinking. Consequently, there is even less financial aid for foreign nationals studying here. Nearly all grants, scholarships, and loans from public and private sources are restricted to US citizens. Many international students will find very little information about financial aid for international students. EduPass offers more information than any other source to international students who are learning about and seeking financial assistance to complete their education in the US. On this web page students will find information and links that will help them to learn how to access what aid is available, In addition, EduPass offers other links and information to students to help them adjust to and overcome some of the bigger problems that they may encounter as they pay for a US education.
FastWeb: Another mega-site that finds aid, colleges, scholarships, etc.
Foundation Center Grants to Individuals: You can purchase your own subscription or come to Office of Sponsored Programs and Research to access it on campus. The database includes over 6,000 foundations and public charities that fund individual grant seekers and is searchable by nine different criteria, updated quarterly