The OVPR offers a competitive award to provide faculty with one-on-one assistance in implementing the techniques and timeline for grant preparation presented in the Grant Writing Seminar.
ABOUT THE PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD
- The award period is eight to nine months.
- Throughout the award period, expert consultation is provided by skype, phone, email, and written commentary.
- Strict timelines and deliverables for both the faculty and the consultant are observed.
- Upon completion, awardees will have a fully-developed peer-reviewed proposal that is ready for submission to a funding agency.
Full-time tenure-track faculty members are eligible for the Proposal Development Award.
Completion of the Grant Writing Seminar is a prerequisite for the Proposal Development Award.
The self-nomination form below is submitted in early May each year. Faculty who self-nominate will receive an email from the consultant that contains instructions for completing the application process, which includes developing sections for a pre-proposal. The pre-proposal consists of an "Overview and Objectives" section as described in the "Grant Application Writer's Workbook" and the accompanying handout that you received at the seminar. Award selection is contingent upon the quality of the pre-proposal, which is due in August each year.
The Proposal Development Award application and pre-proposal will be competitively reviewed in late August or early September each year. Awards will be made based upon the evaluation, including overall merit, and the availability of slots.
The competition for FY 17 is underway.
The next submission deadline is May 1, 2017.
Please submit the self-nomination form and the one page pre-proposal to your coordinator in the Office of Sponsored Programs. OSP will set up a BOX account for the submission. If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Blake Thomas at ext. 3153.