Preparing Research Center Grant Proposals
Faculty interested in developing research center concepts for convergent research and submitting large center grant proposals may find the resources listed below quite useful. The "Making the Leap to Large" workshop funded by NSF addressed how to deliver on intellectual merits and broader impacts at scale for diverse stakeholders, and how to avoid submitting a "large" proposal (particularly in the $4-$10 million range) that is made up of smaller proposals cobbled together.
- "Making the Leap to Large" series funded by NSF, available on-demand until April 2022: https://eventsvirtually.org/making-the-leap-to-large
- Select recordings from the "Making the Leap to Large" series are also available on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0f7mQHXsDCQJ9d2ORzdgbA
- "Growing Convergence Research Lecture Series" sponsored by NSF: https://www.nsf.gov/od/oia/growing-convergence-research/lecture-series.jsp
Financial Support for Proposal Preparation and Development
The College of Engineering Dean’s Office is pleased to make financial support available to our faculty and programs that can enhance your success in securing grant funding. Individual Principal Investigators with a faculty-level appointment should consider the following forms of support.
Any faculty member or graduate student who needs help with a specific project or proposal issue is encouraged to consult with the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies for consultation.
Faculty Workshop Series
During the academic year the Dean's Office hosts a monthly workshop series aimed at providing development opportunities and information for all COE faculty. Staff who support faculty in research development and administration are also welcome to attend!
For details about upcoming workshops and events, please contact:
Research Development Coordinator