Proposals are submitted for funding to agency programs that are increasingly competitive. For your proposal to be awarded, it must stand above other submissions. It is extremely important that you understand the proposal guidelines and create your proposal to meet those guidelines. Requests for proposals vary significantly among agencies and can vary year to year for the same program.
Annual Staff Workshop – Postdoc Functional Group
Slide presentation – Dr. Laurie Garton
Funding Opportunities Spreadsheet
Please click here to download the Excel file.
Contact Dr. Laurie Garton – email@example.com
See Junior Faculty Assistance (left bar)
- Getting Started – Before You Write
- Start with a Good Idea
- Writing the Proposal
- Before Submitting Your Proposal
- Budget Bits
- Evaluation and Assessment
- Not Funded This Time?
- The Buck Starts Here
Agency Specific Resources (NIH, NSF, DoD)
Developed by the former TEES Strategic Research Development (SRD) office
The TAMU Office of Proposal Development created The Craft of Grant Writing Workbook (Entire Contents)
- NIH, NSF, and Additional Resources
- NSF Data Management Plan
- NSF’s Postdoctoral Mentoring Requirement
- NIH Sample Applications
- Logic Model