Research and Creative Activity Support
CFE can work with you from the seed of your research and creative activity ideas and guide you through the search for funding opportunities through the high-stakes grants submission process.
You can contact CFE's research team through this Faculty Development Resource Request Form. We provide timely support for all research and creative activity goals. Contact Clara Smith (email@example.com) for more information for support and workshops.
Research and Creative Activity Curriculum and Workshops
This three-part series will provide attendees with an understanding of the considerations necessary when developing a proposal budget. This session will focus on cost principles, budget development, budget justification, and budget pitfalls to avoid.
This training session will cover basic cost share information and real-world examples of cost share packages. Participants will learn about the differences between mandatory, uncommitted voluntary, and committed voluntary cost share, and about options for constructing a cost share package for a proposal.
This three-part series will cover the common requirements and process of submitting an NIH proposal. The sessions will include information about agency guidelines, the review process, talking with NIH, funding announcements, internal permission/process to submit a proposal, and required forms/files for common NIH applications.
This three-part series will provide faculty with an understanding of the common requirements and process of submitting a NOAA proposal. It will cover information about agency guidelines, the review process, talking with NOAA, funding announcements, internal permission/process to submit a proposal, and required forms/files for common NOAA applications.
This three-part series offers attendees a better understanding of the common requirements and process of submitting an NSF proposal. In addition, the series includes a “walk through” of NSF’s electronic submission mechanism (NSF FastLane) and information about the upcoming replacement system (Research.gov).
The University of Oklahoma-Norman campus has specific procedures for the approval and submission of externally funded projects including grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other research related agreements. This session will provide faculty and staff with an understanding of the general requirements for proposal routing and submission, along with tips to avoid common problems.
The Center for Faculty Excellence (CFE) and the Office of Research Services (ORS) presents a basic introduction to OU’s process for submitting proposals to external funding agencies and help identify available resources to assist you in this effort. From developing an idea to submitting a proposal, this session should provide attendees with a better understanding of proposal basics.
This training session will provide attendees with an understanding of how to complete the InfoSheet, why is it important to the internal sponsored projects process. It will include a hands-on “walk through” of the all of the sections on this required form.
This session will help participants with a basic understanding of how to complete the ORS budget spreadsheet and why is it important to use that template when submitting an external proposal. It will provide basic information about each section of the budget template and a “walk through” of the spreadsheet.