ORAP supports WSU faculty through the following activities:
- Funding search and announcements
- Proposal-Writing Training Activities
- Limited Submission Proposal Competitions
- Proposal Development
- Large proposals (multidisciplinary with budget >$1M)
- Junior faculty proposals (e.g. NSF and DoE CAREER)
- proposals consistent with strategic University initiatives
- Research Expansion Activities
- Grand Challenges related activities
- Targeted RFP workshops
- How-To information sessions
- Project Management Support on large proposals when funded
- Develop Research Partnerships
Proposal Development Services
ORAP offers WSU faculty members customized proposal development and management services. A proposal manager will work with the lead Project Director/Principal Investigator (PD/PI) to assist proposal development from inception to submission.
To request support, contact Geeta Dutta, Director, ORAP: 5-5980; email@example.com.
The Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships invites you to attend one of our many Brown Bag Information and Training Sessions for proposal development. They are held weekly in Lighty 280 at 12pm. Bring a lunch and enjoy learning! The session is free but space is limited. RSVP at http://orso.or.wsu.edu/workshops.asp.
Topics that will be covered in September will be: An Introduction to the Office of Research Services, Funding Searches through Pivot, From Proposal to Ward: The Life Cycle of a Grant, Research Compliance and Your Lab, and Budgeting for Grants. Watch for more in October and November!
ORAP GRANT WRITING COURSE
The Office of Research Advancement and Partnerships (ORAP) now offers a grant writing course targeted towards NIH, NSF, and other agencies
The course is offered at no cost, but enrollment is limited
OUR GOAL IS TO ENABLE YOU TO WRITE MORE EFFECTIVE
GRANT PROPOSALS IN FAR LESS TIME - AND HAVE FUN DOING IT!
Grand Challenges Seed Grant Program 2016
The Washington State University Strategic Plan emphasizes the University's commitment to enhancing research, scholarship, and creativity at WSU. The 120 day Study, conducted in support of the Strategic Plan, identified five grand challenge areas for WSU research: Sustaining Health, Food-Energy-Water nexus, Opportunity and Equity, Smart Systems, and National Security.
In support this commitment, the Office of Research announces the Grand Challenges Seed Grant Program. Funds are available to support multidisciplinary team projects that address key themes from the Grand Challenges. Projects may be proof-of-concept research, public engagement or outreach, or workshops. All tenured/tenure track faculty are eligible to lead a proposals as principal investigators.