Presentation on theme: "William Paterson University December 2011. Pre-Award Services Distribution of information on funding opportunities appropriate for WPUNJ Assistance."— Presentation transcript:
Pre-Award Services Distribution of information on funding opportunities appropriate for WPUNJ Assistance in seeking funding opportunities as well as learning about grant writing and funding agencies Online databases, workshops, conferences Assistance with project development, analysis of funding opportunities, considering proposal strategies, and proposal development Proposal review, approval and submission
Sponsors (Funders): Government agencies (federal, state, county, local) Professional associations Grantmaking public charities Types of activities Projects, program development, program support Research Conferences, training, professional development Infrastructure Types of awards Grants, Contracts
Post-Award Award Negotiation Enable project set-up Monitor progress toward completion Monitor compliance with sponsor and University rules and regulations Subrecipient contracts and monitoring Assist in reporting Re-application for continued or new support
Compliance (Non-Financial) Human Subject Research Institutional Review Board for Human Subject Research, Certification of Training requirement, Workshops Effort Reporting Subcontract Management Project-Specific Issues Americans with Disabilities Act Fly America Act Historic Site Designation Management Other: Use of Animals in Research, Export Controls
Fiscal YearProposalsAwardsPercent Funded FY12 (to date)19211% FY11472043% FY10673552% FY09714158% FY08513263% FY07473064% Factors Affecting Proposals: Number of funding opportunities and number of awards that will be funded Relationship of funding opportunities to need Readiness to respond to a funding opportunity: Preliminary activity, time/space to write proposal, capacity to do the project Knowledge of sponsor, conversation with program officer Sponsor Review Criteria: Intellectual Merit and Broader Impact How project fits into “big picture” and long-term benefits
Fiscal Year Value of Proposals Submitted Value of New Awards Received Value of Awards Available Funds FY12 (to date)$8,211,180$1,962,511$6,319,618 FY11$18,531,357$6,321,705$8,668,640 FY10$24,206,907$14,670,926$7,419,574 FY09$13,091,385$11,486,014$4,767,357 FY08$10,645,248$3,611,807$4,226,359 FY07$9,563,670$3,806,400$3,475,008 Factors Affecting Value of Awards Complexity or requirements of the project Length or number of years Allowable expenses Direct, Indirect, Cost-Share/Match Personnel costs and scholarships are generally the largest expenses Amount of funds the sponsor has to make awards
General Operating Support Small Business Development Center Shea Center, University Galleries Professional Development Public and private school teachers Community-based alcohol & other drug abuse prevention providers Student Support Scholarships Drug Abuse, Sexual Violence EOF Tutoring, Mentoring
You & Your Department What do you want to accomplish? Have you had success with similar types of activities? The Project How is it new or different here as well as elsewhere? What will the impact be over time? Can it be scaled? Have you done a successful pilot? Outside confirmation? Potential Sponsors Are there funders interested in your idea? Is the size/scope appropriate for them?
Martin Williams, Director firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Lourdes Bastas, Assistant Director for Pre-Award Services firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Beth Ann Bates, Program Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 309 Raubinger Hall (New Location) 973-720-2852
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