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- The Lewis College Non-Tenure Track Faculty Intramural Grant Program Announcement
- The Lewis College TT/T Faculty Intramural Grant Announcement
- The Lewis College External Grant Proposal Resubmission Award
- The Lewis College Excellence in Research Award
- Foundation Center Grant Opportunities
- Funding Databases and External Funding Agencies
- GSU Internal Grant Programs
- The Lewis College Foundation Award
- NIH Early-Stage and New Investigator Policies
- NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices
- NSF Foundation Funding Opportunities
- HRSA Funding Opportunities
- RWJF Funding Opportunities
- Scholarship Opportunities for Students
Frequently Asked Questions
You should contact Lynn Rhodes, Grants and Contracts Officer for the Dean’s Office and Division of Health Professions; or Savannah Stephens, Grants and Contracts Officer for the School of Nursing. You also need to let your department/division chair know that you are planning to submit a proposal.
If you are thinking about submitting a proposal in the next six months, set up an appointment to meet with your grant officer. Applications take time so the earlier you submit the proposal, the more time we have to assist you best.
Include as much of the agency-required paperwork as possible and be sure to include final budget, final budget justification, Sponsored Programs Proposal Approval Form, statement of work/specific aim and agency guidelines.
Proposals received with less than nine business days for NIH and NSF submissions or seven business days for all other submissions before the agency due date will be forwarded to the Office of Sponsored Proposals and Awards (OSPA) as-is in order to ensure submission before the agency deadline. For all other proposals, Lynn Rhodes from the Dean’s Office and the Division of Health Professions, and Savannah Stephens from the Lewis College will provide the following services upon request:
‐Complete routing forms,
‐Fill out electronic applications and other agency application forms,
‐Help with budget development,
‐Prepare paperwork to contract with professional grant writers for proposal review,
‐Review rough drafts or completed application packets,
‐Obtain the Associate Dean for Research’s signature and route for all other necessary signatures
‐Update electronic applications and other agency application forms as requested by OSPA, and
‐Forward electronic applications and other agency application forms back to OSPA for final approval.
Once the proposal is approved, the Principal Investigator will receive an e-mail from OSPA staff requesting the PI’s approval to submit an electronic application, or for pickup when a hardcopy is submitted.
Once OSPA receives a Notice of Award (NOA), a green sheet is created and a PDF copy is forwarded to the PI, grants and contract officers within the college and the Dean’s Office. If the PI received the NOA before OSPA, it must be forwarded to OSPA in order to receive the green sheet.
Contact Lynn Rhodes from the Division of Health Professions and Savannah Stephens from the School of Nursing when supplies are needed for financial support.
The PI should schedule an appointment to discuss project closeout with Lynn Rhodes, Grants and Contracts Officer for the Dean’s Office and Division of Health Professions; or Savannah Stephens, Grants and Contracts Officer for the School of Nursing.