This section is provided for research faculty to access tools and information related to their research.
Office of Sponsored Programs
The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is your partner in securing external support for sponsored projects and collaborations. The following resources will help you submit quality proposals by the sponsor deadline:
Find Grant Opportunities on Grants.gov
Funding Databases & Email Alert Services
Proposal Preparation and Writing
Standard Due Dates for NIH Applications
Internal UW Deadlines (7 and 3 day deadlines) - GIM 19
Current Benefit Rates - GIM 3
Current F&A Rates - GIM 13A
Guide for the Preparation of Proposals - GIM 1
SFI Disclosure - GIM 10
Subcontracting - GIM 7
Researcher's Guide - Grant Life Cycle
My Financial Desktop
My Financial Desktop is a web interface for the UW Financial Accounting System (FAS). It provides users a convenient means for monitoring budget balances and transaction activity.
Proposal Request Form
Proposal Request Form (Optional)
This form was created to help faculty send all the necessary information to their research support staff for new proposal submissions. Information entered is emailed to the selected support staff member with a cc to you.
Current Faculty Research Projects
Sample Industry Gift Letters
Unrestricted (food allowed)
A gift is the voluntary provision of external support by a donor to the University, without any requirement for receipt of any economic or other tangible benefit in return (Gifts vs. Sponsored Projects).
A/B Retention, Course Buyout, Sabbatical
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
On February 17, 2009 President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) or Stimulus Package to restart the economy. The package contains extensive funding for science, engineering research and infrastructure, and more limited funding for education, social sciences and the arts.
Access the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) site to prepare PI Quarterly Reports. (ARRA budgets begin with 20-XXXX.)
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training - NSF
All University of Washington (UW) students and postdoctoral researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) are required to complete Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training in response to America COMPETES Act, section 7009.
RCR Training is required for those students and postdocs engaged in research who are directly supported from salary or stipends paid by NSF and are working on projects that are submitted ON OR AFTER January 4, 2010.