Grant Writing Institute: How to Develop a Budget
Thursday, December 18 at 2:00pm, KSU Center Room 460
Join the OR's Preaward Assistant Director, Natasha Startk, for December's Faculty Grant Writing Institute.This month's workshop will focus on how to develop a budget for your proposal. Contact Natasha at ext 3365 or email@example.com to RSVP.
2015 OVPR Grants Funded Proposals
Congratulations to the FY15 award recipients!
The Office of Research is pleased to announce the award recipients of the FY15 award cycle! We'd like to thank everyone who applied. Click here to see the list or visit our OVPR Internal Funding webpage at: https://www.kennesaw.edu/research/ovprgrants.html.
KSU Faculty Featured in Cobb In Focus Magazine
Jennifer Priestley is Recognized as a Leader in the Cobb Community
Professor of Applied Statistics and Data Science and Director of the Center for Statistics and Analytical Services, Jennifer Lewis Priestley, is not only a key member of the KSU Research community, but a recognized leader in Cobb County. You can read her story in "Leaders of Cobb" in the Nov/Dec 2014 Issue of Cobb In Focus.
Science Budget 2015
Budget News Brought to you by AAAS
Curious about the 2015 funding forecast? Check out The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) budget news, including stories about NSF and NIH budget changes: http://news.sciencemag.org/tags/budget-2015.
New NIH Biosketch
The new NIH Biosketch format goes into effect January 25, 2015
NIH has approved a new Biosketch format. You can use either the current or new format for now, but the new is required starting January 25. Changes include a 5 page limit and the new section Contributions to Science that will take the place of Publications. The new template has been added to the OR's templates page and more information can be found on the NIH website such as FAQs and Samples.
*UPDATE* Due to concerns regarding the amount of time given to implement this new format, NIH will still accept the old biosketch for proposals due on January 25, 2015. The new biosketch will be required for due dates on or after May 25, 2015. (NOT-OD-15-032)
UPCOMING PROPOSAL DEADLINES
The OR receives emails and updates daily about upcoming grant proposal deadlines from all disciplines and sponsor types. Click the link below to see what's new!
First in the World
- $3.2 million from the US Department of Education’s FIPSE First in the World program designed to spur the development of innovations that improve educational outcomes and make college more affordable for students and families. KSU’s program, led by Jennifer Wade-Berg, Assistant Professor of Human Services and Campus Executive Director of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, aims to increase institutional transfer rates by 25% and shorten time to degree attainment for underrepresented (in terms of race and ethnicity) and low-income students who transfer to KSU from two-year colleges. KSU will develop an integrated service delivery model with Enrollment Services Specialists, Transfer Graduation Coaches, Peer Mentors, and Transfer Learning Community and Peer Transfer Advisors working with the target group of 4,000 students over the four-year grant period.
News Briefs: Stories, advice, and news from the Office of Research.
New Faces in Old Places
We're happy to introduce the Office of Research's newest members!
We'd like to welcome our newest members, Michael Mitchell and Deanna Hendrickson. Michael has joined us as our new grants manager and Deanna is returning as the Director of Research Compliance. Read More.
National Science Foundation Broader Impacts
What does Broader Impacts really mean? How do I talk about it in my proposal? We've suggested some resources so you can be prepared! Read More.
Want to contribute? We'd love to hear from you! Contact Kelly Millsaps with your stories and news.