On-Site Writing/Creating Group at 4C
Mondays 1-6pm, Room 1021
Open to all faculty as well as doctoral and MFA students
- Come together to work individually on research and creative projects.
- Set aside time to focus without distraction.
- Feel a sense of intellectual companionship and camaraderie.
Submitting an application for external funding?
All SoC external funding applications have to be submitted to the Office of Research Administration (ORA) by the 4C Senior Administrative Assistant, Greta West.
When possible submit your application at a minimum 3-weeks (15 working days) prior to the application deadline in order for our office to meet the ORA deadlines. A 4-week lead time would be appreciated in order to allow for us to process on time.
Our office will collect all necessary signatures and submit to ORA.
Please make sure you provide the following documents:
- Complete/Final Application
- Budget Justification
- Funding Announcement
- Guidelines of Award
F&A Waiver Requests must be submitted to ORA at least 15-days prior to the deadline.
Make sure you are up-to-date with your Disclosures (DPS) and Conflict of Interest (COI) training. Links to these services can be found on our website under Research Resources, Post Award.
Use the SoC developed, ORA Grant Submission Generator for more info regarding ORA submission lead time and routing steps.
Need methodological support for your extramural grant proposal?
Get an initial consultation on your grant proposal followed by assignment of the appropriate research methodologist to work closely with you on methodology, including research design, power analysis, data collection, and data analysis. Review and revision of the entire grant proposal will proceed until the PI is ready for grant submission.
Contact: Dr. Soyeon Ahn, Chair, Department of Educational and Psychological Studies, School of Education & Human Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for additional Research Tools?
Visit our SoC Research Resources web page.
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