||There are many
facets to developing a competitive proposal. One has to write a
coherent application that includes sound research methods, reasonable
costs and justifications. The successful sponsored program begins
with an idea. After the idea, one puts structure to the idea
through a research outline, locates possible sponsors, and then
organizes the project to meet the sponsor’s rules as well as
ULM’s requirements. Each link below provides information to
accomplish the tasks. OSPR is here to assist you in all the stages
of proposal development.|
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created in GENIUS database. This database is free for ULM faculty and
staff, made available through Louisiana Board of Regents. For OSPR tutorial, please click here.
SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network)
is a funding opportunities database designed to provide up-to-date
information on current federal, non-federal, and international funding
opportunities, including: Fellowships, Research Grants, Publication
Support, Sabbatical Support, RFAs (NIH Guide), Curriculum Development,
Conference Support, RFPs (Commerce Business Daily), and more. SPIN
enables users to search the database using selections from various
categories (keywords, location, sponsor, deadline, etc).
SMARTS (SPIN Matching And Research Transmittal Service)
is an electronic matching and funding opportunity notification system
which provides investigators with a direct and targeted electronic link
to comprehensive, current, and available national and international
research funding information.
GENUIS (Global Expertise Network for Industry, University, and Scholars)
is a global WWW network and database of scientific and scholarly
expertise containing profiles entered and maintained by scholars and
researchers at leading universities and research institutions
throughout the world. Search profiles
are based on keywords, research interests, institution, state, and/or
country. One can also perform free-text searches on full profiles.
LaGenius is the Louisiana portion of a National Searchable Database of
University Academic and Technical Expertise. Showcase your expertise on
the Web! Join your colleagues from across Louisiana and 600
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