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Grant Writing Lab Brochure
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Grant Education on Canvas Learning Management System
Grant training is available to NSU faculty and staff members on Blackboard. Topics include Brown Bag Workshops, Pre-Award Training, and Effort Reporting Workshops. To access blackboard directly, enter the following address into your browser: https://mako.nova.edu
How to Access "NSU Grant Education" on Blackboard:
To Navigate to Brown Bag Workshops in the "NSU Grant Education" Blackboad Course
The NSU Grant Writing Laboratory provides a variety of valuable services to NSU faculty and professional staff members with the goal of improving success with grant-seeking, specifically focusing on obtaining funding for research grants.
Your needs include support for the challenge of winning grant dollars in increasingly competitive funding environment. An organizational commitment to increase sponsored funding has resulted in a central location for professional grant planning and proposal development support. The NSU Grant Writing Laboratory in room 2048 of the Alvin Sherman Library offers the right combination of training, technology, and professional grant consulting for NSU faculty and professional staff members.
All aspects of grant seeking and proposal development are addressed in the Grant Writing Laboratory, from brainstorming, grant/project planning, and funding research, to proposal writing. The services offered in the Grant Writing Laboratory are closely coordinated with existing services offered by the Office of Sponsored Programs, and intended to provide faculty members with additional support in their grantseeking efforts. To visit the Grant Lab, or make an appointment for a consultation, please contact the Grant Writing Manager, Roxana Ross, at email@example.com or (954) 262-4658.
Grant education is available via live workshops offered throughout the calendar year, and through the Canvas course "NSU Grant Education." Custom workshops created upon request.
New Faculty Sponsored Funding Orientation
The Grant Writing Laboratory and Office of Sponsored Programs provide a New Faculty Sponsored Funding Orientation annually. For inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lunch and Learn Grant Workshops
The 2018 Lunch and Learn Grant Workshops concluded as of March 26, 2018. Please find below the sessions provided in 2018, which are accessible through BlackBoard, as indicated above. To register for upcoming sessions, please visit 2019 Lunch & Learn Grant Workshops.
Grant training is available to NSU faculty members on Canvas in a course called “NSU Grant Education 2018.” Topics include finding funding, understanding grant applications, proposal writing, grant budgets, success with NIH proposals, post-award management, and others.
How to Access "NSU Grant Education" on Canvas:
The sessions from 2018 are accessible via Canvas as stated below.
The NSU Grant Process/ Understanding Grant Applications
Monday, January 29, 2018
Finding Grant Funding/Pivot
Monday, February 5, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018
Monday, February 19, 2018
Federal Agency Reviewer's Panel
Monday, February 26, 2018
Monday, March 5, 2018
Managing Your Sponsored Project
Monday, March 12, 2018
CCR Core Facilities
Monday, March 19, 2018
How to Plan & Conduct a Clinical Trial
Monday, March 26, 2018
If you are an NSU faculty and would like to schedule a workshop for your college or unit, please fill out and submit the following form: Submit Grant Training Request
The RePORTER database is available to all public users.
NIH Matchmaker is a tool for finding similar NIH Projects.
Duke University site provides an extensive searchable database for funding.
Grants.gov provides access to a search engine for federally funded grants and access to applications.
Grant Writing Guides
NIH Grant Writing Guides
NSF Grant Writing Guides
Samples and Examples
Data Sharing / Dissemination
Other Grant Topics
Research Administration Glossaries
Limited Submission opportunities are funding opportunities where the funders place a limit on the number or types of applications that Nova Southeastern University investigators can submit, either as a pre- or full proposal. Such restrictions are included in the grant announcement.
Nova Southeastern University, through the Office of Translational Research and Economic Development, is responsible for coordinating the review and selection of institutional nominees. If you are interested in applying for any of the Limited Submission opportunities below, or if you find a funding opportunity that is not on the list below that is a Limited Submission opportunity, please contact email@example.com to declare your intent to apply and to be included in the Limited Submission selection process.