Have you submitted to NIH or NSF research grant within the last 3 years?  If your grant has been funded, congrats!  If not, you should proceed with a resubmission of your proposal. At UNCG grant success is 5 times more likely after resubmission. The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Office of Research is offering a resubmission-based workshop for NIH or NSF grants with included professional development incentive. 

Let us help you with:

  • Reviewer feedback
  • NSF broader impact statements
  • Biosketches
  • Grantsmanship
  • Timelines

Join our resubmission program this summer. Hear from UNCG faculty who have resubmitted and been successful – they’ve got tips.  Get advice on your specific critiques.

Please see the official announcement below; there is a short application form in InfoReady. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Amy Adamson in the CAS Office of Research

Who is this program for?

Scholars in the College of Arts and Sciences, who submitted an NSF or NIH grant in the past three years, and whose application was not funded (but has potential!).

  • We will be able to accommodate up to 10 participants

What will this program do?

Help you decide how to address reviewers’ concerns, and turn critiques into improvements to your proposal

  • Help you formulate your response to reviewers
  • Help you strengthen your proposal overall and ready it for resubmission

What does the program entail?

A four-week program which meets twice a week

  • This program is incentivized – you will receive $1000 of professional development money upon completion of the program, and another $1000 of professional development money upon submission of your proposal.
    • What is professional development money? Money designated to support your research program, to pay for supplies, students, travel.

If interested, please contact our office for more details about when this will be offered each year:

Application information coming soon

Amy Adamson aladamso@uncg.edu 336-334-4758
CAS Office of Research
100 Foust Building