Use this 'cheat-sheet' for general tips and tricks regarding standard proposal outlines and language best practices.
These tips were provided for you by your SU peers experienced with writing and receiving grants.
From our Essentials of Proposal Development workshop, this document provides links to key resources as you begin developing your grant proposal.
From the Grant Training Center, this worksheet asks questions to assist you in conceptualizing your project.
Many sponsors require a logic model in your proposal, but even if they do not, this can be a useful exercise in articulating your project goals, objectives and anticipated outcomes.
ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier (an ORCID iD) that you own and control, and that distinguishes you from every other researcher. You can connect your iD with your professional information — affiliations, grants, publications, peer review, and more. You can use your iD to share your information with other systems, ensuring you get recognition for all your contributions, saving you time and hassle, and reducing the risk of errors.
SciENcs is a researcher profile system for all individuals who apply for, receive or are associated with research investments from federal agencies. SciENcv is available in My NCBI. Beginning October 5, 2020, the SciENcv biosketch format is one of the NSF-approved formats for proposal submissions.
Setting up a SciENcv profile can be done at any time, and continually update for when you do need a biosketch. Get started with these links below: