The Office of Research and Graduate Studies provides support to faculty looking to grow their research--whether through research dollars or publications. We provide assistance with grant writing, strategic planning, as well as workshops on particular federal agencies. If you have specific questions about internal seed funding, agency funding or writing support contact Kate Bullard (firstname.lastname@example.org). Questions about foundation funding should be directed to Matt Mattern (email@example.com).
Looking for an introduction to the NIH? Please take a look at this powerpoint from Alan Snyder (2019). The NIH website has resources that may be helpful including: NIH Success Rates, Information for Peer Reviewers from NIH, OER Homepage, The Anatomy of a Specific Aims Page, and Program Pointers Webinar.
Thinking about applying to the NSF Career program? Take a look at our Tips and Advice sheet. Kelly Schultz of Chemical Engineering shared her path to Career in 2018. Her powerpoint provides a roadmap to planing your submission. Yu Yue of Math shared her experience as well. Her presentation is particularly helpful for reaching out to program officer. Her powerpoint is here. NSF also maintains resources on the program here.
OVPR holds yearly workshops with previous Career awardees and a writing group. For more information, email Kate Bullard firstname.lastname@example.org
OVPR held a workshop bringing together mentors. This list from Israel Wachs of funding opportunities.
There are lots of resources on the web for support to begin your proposal. A few of these include: Grantspace's free short course; tips on writing specific aims for an NIH proposal; and the Proposal Writer's Guide. On campus, the Office of Research periodically organizes in person proposal writing groups including groups based around: NSF Career; Book Proposals; NIH; and General Proposal Writing,
Interested? Email email@example.com
Many offices on campus host writing retreats. The Office of Research generally offers short on campus reatreats over January and summer breaks.
This summer, we will host Inkwell Academic Writing Retreats on campus Monday June 10th and 11th
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