The following offices provide help and training to students, staff, and postdocs on writing proposals.General Resources
- The CFE assists faculty with professional development in teaching, research and leadership. See their research page for services.
- UNC’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations and Talent Management exists to foster successful collaborations between the University and external corporations and foundations. They can help connect researchers with interested organizations.
- The Office of Research and Development provides funding guidance for faculty and staff, and it manages the university’s process for faculty-level limited submission awards and grants. Contact them for assistance developing individual or collaborative proposals, or to have someone review your proposal.
- The Office of Sponsored Research supports faculty and staff with all administration aspects of externally funded research, particularly related to regulation and compliance. OSR is responsible for final acceptance of contracts from government, for-profit and non-profit sponsors, and for negotiation of awards.
- UNC’s Writing Center can review proposals or applications and assist with the writing process. Contact them to schedule an appointment to review your writing.
Carolina Population Center
- The Carolina Population Center provides guidance for researchers in population studies. Faculty, post-docs, and predoctoral students interested in working with the center should review their Proposal & Project Services page.
- The Graduate School periodically provides workshops and training on applying for funding through the Graduate School Professional Development Program. Check the Professional Development events page for upcoming training.
- The Health Sciences Library occasionally holds workshops on applying for grants. Check their class registration page for upcoming workshops.
- Provides technical and administrative assistance to researchers developing injury grant proposals. Also offers technical and administrative support for student projects and papers, matching student interests with faculty research projects, and assisting in securing fellowship support.
- Collaborates with science researchers to plan and develop science outreach programs that fulfill granting agencies’ requirements for broad impact or public engagement.
- The Gillings School of Public Health helps faculty members develop grant proposals and informs them of grant and fellowship opportunities. They offer proposal editing for faculty, staff and students. Visit their Guide to Research page for more information.
- Activities include help with specific research grant applications and coordination of grant application submission.
- Provides research consultation and grant development and preparation to those in pre- or post-funding stages who do not have access to external support for such services.