To get started, you will need to think about what you are wanting to research, why is it important, and who will benefit. Completing our Proposal Development Form will help you think of what you need to consider to get started. It will also help prepare OSPUI to meet with you to support your proposal process.
The links below provide access to various sites and publications which can serve as a model for writing effective grant proposals. Most grant proposals require basic statistical information regarding the institution from which the grant proposal is being submitted. You will be able to find statistical information to assist in writing a grant proposal on the Institutional Research and Assessment Website.
Guides to Proposal Writing:
- Grant Writing for Beginners
- Getting the Grant 101
- New Faculty Guide to Competing for Research Funding
- National Science Foundation (NSF)
- National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant Proposal Guide
- The Craft of Grant Writing
- Grant Writing Tools for Non Profit Organizations
- American Association of State Colleges and Universities Developing Competitive Proposals