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Questions about funding sources, resources, agency offerings, proposal development? ORDE staff are available - in person, by telephone or e-mail.

Call ORDE: 3-315-5822
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ORDE Updates

(01-30-15) Registration is now open for February ORDE Faculty Seminars; visit our Seminar Registration Page for details

(01/30/15) The Research Funding Opportunities for New Investigators e-Book has been completely updated; see the e-Books section on our Funding page

(01/06/15) The January 2015 edition of the Grant Advisor Newsletter, detailing upcoming funding opportunities in all disciplines, is accessible from any computer on the network; please contact ORDE for this month's user name and password if accessing off-campus

(12/01/14) New video clips from previous ORDE Faculty Seminars are available in our Video Archive; these short clips address various topics related to grant development, research career development and agency-specific details
















































Office of Research Development and Education (ORDE)

Supporting Faculty Success in External Funding

ORDE is a faculty resource for information and resources related to obtaining external support for your research and teaching activities. We invite you to explore our website, talk with us and attend our Faculty Seminars.


NIH Insider's Guide Now Available
The National Institutes of Health Center for Scientific Review (CSR) has released an updated version of their "Insider's Guide to Peer Review for Applicants," detailing helpful suggestions from NIH study section chairs. Use this fast read as a checklist when contemplating your next NIH grant.


Instrumentation Grants
Are you and at least 2 other NIH-funded researchers looking for a way to purchase a large piece of equipment that would benefit all your projects? JIT, NIH has released its Shared Instrumentation Grant RFA. Applications are due May 28, 2015.


NIJ Seeking Social, Behavioral and Computer Scientists
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has released more than 20 solicitations related to violence prevention, bias crime victimization, white collar crime, firearms violence reduction and other topics. Most deadlines are in March and April. Social and behavioral scientists, forensics experts, computer scientists and others in related disciplines are encouraged to apply.


ADA Back in Business
The American Diabetes Association has released guidelines for its Core Research Program. Applications for all funding mechanisms including basic and clinical research grants and a junior faculty development award are due April 15, 2015. This is the only deadline that will be offered this year.


New NSF Grant Proposal Guide
The National Science Foundation released the latest version of their Grant Proposal Guide in December. It's available as an HTML or Adobe Acrobat document. 


Updated 01/30/2015

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