As grant funding becomes increasingly competitive, it’s vital that researchers and program managers articulate compelling value propositions in their proposals. These resources will help research and program designers and grantwriters alike ensure their proposals meet merit requirements and have a greater chance for funding success.
10 Questions to Broader Impacts/Outreach Programming (View PDF)
If you're interested in working with the SLC to strengthen your grant proposal, these 10 questions will help you prepare for our initial meeting.
UA Investigator Manual (View PDF)
Published by the UA Human Subjects Protection Program, a guide to University of Arizona policies and processes related to human subjects research.
NSF Merit Review Criteria
Overview of the National Science Foundation current review criteria for proposals (revised Jan. 2013).
NSF Broader Impacts Criteria & Examples (View PDF)
An explanation of what makes for compelling broader impacts planning and statements, accompanied by examples that illustrate a range of broader impacts activities and value propositions.
The 2010 User-Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation (NSF)
Events from STEM Education and Learning
Data and infographics from National Science Foundation
Data and other resources from Change the Equation
Funding opportunities and other information from National Science Foundation
Information on federal grant requirements from the U.S. Department of Education
Findings about girls and STEM education
Mini-grants and data from the National Girls Collaborative Project
Information curated by the Girls RISE National Museum Network
Tools and information from the Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education
Statistical data on science and engineering from the NSF