Chapter 24. Research and Other Sponsored Programs
Section 24.2. Research Projects
Grant applications differ widely in format, style, and content, depending on the requirements of the funding agency and the nature of the proposed project. Some agencies supply forms and specific instructions; others do not. Check with the state or federal funding agency for their requirements. Most foundations prefer two or three-page letters of inquiry; consult with the Corporate and Foundation Development office for information regarding particular foundations.
Be sure to follow the required format; read all of the fine print. Consult either the Corporate and Foundation Development office or the office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Refer to the Research and Sponsored Programs Web site for a list of forms required to process the proposal.
Proposal formats vary from agency to agency; however, general guidelines are:
The Research and Sponsored Programs office will provide assistance and direction to the investigator in every aspect of the proposal submission process.
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