Repository of Successful Grant Proposals Available for Faculty Use through Office of Sponsored Programs
A new repository of successful grant proposals is now available to UNLV faculty, the Office of Sponsored Programs has announced.
The repository was created to provide faculty with guidance on proposal development by offering a sampling of UNLV proposals that have been funded. The goal is to demonstrate through example the best ways to prepare the various elements of effective proposals.
To date, faculty have shared 44 proposals from eight federal agencies, the State of Nevada, and non-governmental funders. The proposals have had their budgetary and sensitive information redacted.
The Office of Sponsored Programs wishes to thank those faculty who have shared their proposals, according to Carol Brodie, proposal development manager in the Office of Sponsored Programs.
The repository will be especially helpful for early career faculty; however, it may also prove beneficial to more experienced faculty seeking assistance with particular agencies or funding opportunities.
The repository is housed on Web Campus, which is a secure site, and faculty may contact Brodie at email@example.com to gain access to the files. She will update faculty periodically on the number of proposals and the agencies represented.