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Answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions.
Develop A Proposal
Once you have found your source of potential funding and you have decided that you will submit a proposal, please contact our office as soon as possible. Our ability to support your proposal development efforts depends on the amount of notice we have prior to the proposal deadline.
We have assembled some helpful resources for you below. However, our staff is happy to meet with you to talk about your pending submission and how we can be helpful. Contact our Grant Development Manager.
NEW BIOSKETCH FORMAT AVAILABLE IN SCIENCV:
The latest release of Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) allows you to create a biosketch in the new NIH format and has addressed some of the issues users had been reporting. The SciENcv systems allows you to enter or import your biographical data once, then convert it into a format that can be used when submitting NIH or NSF grant applications. The NIH National Library of Medicine recently published a technical bulletin to help ... Continue reading
NEW SUBCONTRACT REQUIREMENTS:
Checklist to Determine Subrecipient or Contractor Involvement
Sub Award Monitoring Profile
Limited Submission List
Revised NSF-wide Proposal & Award Policies Guide (PAPPG) (effective 12/26/2014)
NIH New Biosketch Format
How to Write an Effective Letter of Support
Grant Writing Assistance
Letter of Inquiry Guidance (PDF)
NSF Proposal Writing Guide (external)
NIH Grant Writing Tips Sheet (external)
Frequently Needed Data (PDF)