This Funder Tool Kit specifically highlights opportunities for New and Early Career Faculty. It includes priorities, funding opportunities, proposal guidance, and additional resources. The Funder Tool Kits are a collaborative effort between the UCF Libraries and OR Research Development Team.
New Faculty Workshop Series - Research Development coordinates a series of workshops on each of the Office of Research units that support them with their research, including how to navigate the research process from finding funding to protecting intellectual property.
Meet with Research Development Team - Outreach Services, Proposal Support, Funding Opportunities
Planning & Developing Your Proposal - From the 2016 NFGCRF.
Tips for Specific Federal Funding Agencies:
Tips for Private Foundations - Resources, guides, and samples are available.
Guide for Budget Preparation - From ORC Contracts & Grants Team
Budget 101 - Presentation on developing a Federal grant budget
Sample Budgets for Federal Sponsors:
Sample Budget Justifications:
POINTS OF CONTACT
These points of contact are very familiar with New and Early Career Faculty opportunities and can share advice to help you secure research funding.
Winston Schoenfeld, Ph.D
Interim Associate VP for Research & Scholarship
Director, Research Development & Faculty Cluster Initiative
University of Central Florida
Additionally, information on OR points of contact related to contracts, proposal submission, compliance, tech transfer, IRB, and IACUC is available at research.ucf.edu
Now that you have found the perfect funding opportunity, let us help you build the perfect proposal. The OR Research Development team can help with planning, preparation assistance, draft review feedback, informational resources, and more! Visit our website for next steps information.
The OR Research Development Team would be happy to help search for potential collaborators at UCF. Visit our website for more information.