You’ve come across a funding opportunity that you are interested in applying to, so what happens next? Email Melissa Teetzel regarding your intent to apply. Within two business days, a specialist will be assigned to assist you throughout the proposal process and submission and contact you to get started.
Once a specialist has verified that the Principal Investigator (PI) and institution are eligible to apply to the opportunity, they will notify necessary parties of your intent to submit a grant proposal. They will also discuss if portal registration is required for that grant, as well as the PI’s writing and editing needs for their proposal (including supporting documents). It is important to disclose if your proposal will involve Co-PIs, collaborators, or subawards.
If your project involves hazardous or controlled substances; new space or renovation needs; information technology costs (including all hardware/software and support); intellectual property considerations; extensive institutional data; or cost-sharing/matching, please be aware that each of these requires coordination with other campus units and the Grants and Contracts Development Specialist will work with you to involve those units.