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Vice President for Research Research and Sponsored Programs. AGENDA Intro & Overview – Dave Reed Proposal Processing – Lisa Jukkala NSF FastLane/Grants.gov – Lisa Jukkala Review Boards– Anita Quinn “Finding Funding” & “Writing to Win” – Pete Larsen Graduate School – Jackie Huntoon

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vice president for research research and sponsored programs

Vice President for ResearchResearch and Sponsored Programs

AGENDA

Intro & Overview – Dave Reed

Proposal Processing – Lisa Jukkala

NSF FastLane/Grants.gov – Lisa Jukkala

Review Boards– Anita Quinn

“Finding Funding” & “Writing to Win” – Pete Larsen

Graduate School – Jackie Huntoon

Questions

Final Comments

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October 31, 2006

fy2006 update sponsored program awards expenditures
FY2006 UpdateSponsored Program Awards/Expenditures
  • Awards = $43,643,347
  • Federal Awards = $31,943,677
  • Expenditures = $44,199,615
michigan tech s research rankings
Michigan Tech’s Research Rankings
  • Michigan Tech’s national research ranking improved from 188th to 179th among all institutions, and from 167th to 129th among public institutions.
  • Michigan Tech’s Engineering ranking improved from 90th to 75th
  • Our highest ranked discipline is mechanical engineering at 26th, an improvement from 29th last year
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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850

FastLane

https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/fastlane.jsp

https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/jsp/homepage/proposals.jsp

Grants.gov

http://www.grants.gov/

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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850
  • Review Boards
  • IRB
    • Institutional Review Board - Human Subjects Committee
    • Willie Melton, Chair
  • IACUC
    • Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
    • Ann MacLean, Chair
  • IBC
    • Institutional Biosafety Committee (Recombinant DNA)
    • Shekhar Joshi, Chair
  • Information and forms for these
  • committees may be found at: http://www.admin.mtu.edu/research/vpr/review.html
  • All Applications for research to use human subjects, animals, and R-DNA need to be submitted to the review board administrator – Research Compliance Office for dissemination to the appropriate board/committee for review and approval.
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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850
  • Finding Funding
  • Graduate Fellowships
    • Professors
    • Community of Science - www.cos.com
    • Grants.gov
    • Google
    • Michigan Tech’s Internal Resources
      • Grad School Website Resources
        • Selected funding opportunities
        • Funding opportunities by month
        • Opportunities for international students
      • Foundation Search
  • Other Funding
    • www.cos.com
    • NSF Supplemental Funding Opportunities
  • Why Pursue Fellowship Funding?
    • Fellowships offer
      • Prestige
      • Career Enhancement
      • Research Independence
      • Often generous stipends and tuition
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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850
  • Writing to Win
  • Writing Resources
    • Program Officers/Foundation Staff
    • Michigan Tech Resources
      • Pete & Lynn Artman
      • Writing Centers
    • Colleagues and Professors
    • Prior awardees
    • Reviewer comments
    • Books/Online Help
    • The Science of Scientific Writing
    • www.amstat.org/publications/jcgs/sci.pdf
    • Become familiar with:
    • NSF-Grant Proposal Guide (GPG)
      • http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/gpg/nsf04_23/
  • Submission Resource: RSP staff
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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850
  • General Proposal Tips
  • What makes a winning proposal?
    • Great Idea
    • Well-expressed, well-organized content
    • Great Abstract
    • Highlight review criteria (use review sheet)
    • Easy to read (white space, font, margins, grammar, organization)
    • Find the right sponsor!
    • Mirror the language of the RFP
    • Follow all directions, answer all questions
    • Use references
    • Convince reviewers you can do it!
  • Use every resource you have available
  • Start early!
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Effective Grantsmanship Workshop – FW5850
  • Proposal Incentive Award Program
  • Guidelines and Application can be found on the Graduate School website:
    • www.gradschool.mtu.edu
    • Click on “Financial Information” link
    • Click on “Grants & Fellowships” link
    • At the end of the first paragraph, click on “Details Here”