Welcome to the OIS Grant Resource Center
OIS is here to help you with everything from prospect research to project and proposal development to application submission. Please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have any questions or concerns!
Grant Application Process Checklist
Things to Consider when Applying for a Grant:
This checklist has been developed to help make sure you have addressed all relevant questions and concerns.
The grant process has four components:
1. Seeking grants
2. Writing a proposal
3. Receiving a grant award
4. Managing the grant award activities
Use these topics as a quick reference to funding instructions or download the manual below. To search in the manual, download the PDF file and use "command /control + F" or use the "Find Text" button in Adobe Acrobat.
Grant Applicant Resource Links and Forms
We have also provided a list of helpful grant resources through the "Additional Resources" link below. There you will find a link to the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA) YouTube playlist covering pre-award and compliance, along with helpful guides on what constitutes gifts, grants, and contracts.
Individual Grants for Faculty
Individual Faculty Grant Opportunities (Non-Science)
Individual Faculty Grant Opportunities (Science)
Becoming a Grant Reviewer has Benefits!
Have you submitted a grant application that you believed was really quite stellar, totally inline with what the funder was requesting in the narrative and budget, only to be declined and then to read reviews that seemed very off-base? We know how frustrating that is. Serving as a grant reviewer is one way to gain more insight into the process of awarding grants. When you are part of a team of reviewers reading and evaluating proposals, you gain a great deal of knowledge about the process, particularly about those programs to which you may apply. You'll meet other reviewers and program officers and build relationships. And, relationships are key even in institutional funding from government agencies and foundations. Below are links to agencies looking for reviewers. If an agency or foundation in which you are interested is not listed, we would be happy to check if they need reviewers. If you decide to become a reviewer and are accepted and do a review, please let us know! We would love to hear about your experience, as your observations will benefit the work we do in crafting competitive proposals.
BARD STAFF THAT WORK CLOSELY WITH OIS
For Bard Annandale faculty seeking support for individual projects, please contact Faculty Grants Officer Sue Elvin ([email protected]).