The Division of Sponsored Programs (DSP) offers presentations on various topics upon request. If you have a group of individuals with an interest in any of the topics below, DSP staff will arrange a presentation appropriate to the group size: (1) an informal presentation for groups of 2-9 people, or (2) a formal presentation for groups of 10 or more. Please schedule at least one month in advance.
- Application Development
Essential information for application submission, including (a) forms, and (b) budgets.
- Contracts – New Processes
Types of cost-sharing, times when it's appropriate to request cost-sharing, and how to request cost-sharing.
- Creating a Budget
Allowable costs and basic elements
- DSP -- In the Flow
What happens to your information once it gets past the front desk.
- Electronic Submission
Understanding Grants.gov for Non-NIH Federal Agencies and Private Foundations/Associations
- e-SNAP Training and Delegation of Authority
- Export Control
- Funding Opportunities
Navigating your way around Electronic Databases, focusing on (a) the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and (b) the Biomedical, Natural and Mathematical Sciences.
- Graduate and Professional Student Resources
Funding search strategies and proposal-writing tips
- Proposal Writing
- Grants.gov for NIH applications
- Grants Management
- How Do I Get My Money?
An explanation of the grant award process
- Introduction to DSP Electronic Data Systems
UIRIS, SPRIE. and Routing Forms
- Primer for Working with Selected Sponsors
Private health organizations, state agencies, NIH, other federal agencies, private foundations
- Processes for Subawards
- What's a Sponsored Project and What's a Gift?
UI DSP/UIFoundation Interface
The DSP regularly schedules presentations on some topics, such as Grants.gov for NIH Applications, which are formally presented on campus during the academic year. Please check our Training Opportunities site for presentation dates.
To suggest other presentation topics, or to lend your expertise to a presentation, please contact Gina Crosheck, e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 335-3203.