Grant Application Preparation Timeline
To allow our office to best support applicants, we need notification at least 15 business days before the grant application deadline. You can see more detail of the submission timeline here.
Proposal Review Form (PRF)
- PRF (Fillable PDF form)
National Science Foundation (NSF) Resources
- NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (DDRIGs) Submissions Checklist & Guide
- NSF Faculty Submissions Checklist & Guide
National Science Foundation (NSF) Templates
- Biographical Sketch (pdf)
- Faculty Budget (xslx)
- Faculty Budget Justification (docx)
- DDRIG Budget (xslx)
- DDRIG Budget Justification (docx)
- Collaborators and Other Affiliates (xslx)
- Current and Pending Support (pdf)
- Facilities, Equipment, and Other Resources (docx)
- Project Summary (docx)
Other Resources for Preparing Grant Proposals
- Indirect Cost (IDC) Return Policy (pdf)
- Student Employment Guidelines (pdf)
- PI Book: A Principal Investigator's Guide to Conducting Research at The University of Texas at Austin, a new resource developed by UT's Office of the Vice President for Research.
- The University Writing Center, a unit of the Department of Rhetoric and Writing, helps UT students become more proficient, more versatile, and more confident in their writing abilities.
- UT Libraries - Research Data Services, connect researchers with the appropriate tools, resources, and expertise required for dealing with data at every phase of research, from the earliest planning stages through to archiving and publication.
- Sanger Learning Center, offers a number of services for UT Austin graduate students for any writing project.
- Candid. - Introduction to Proposal Writing
- National Science Foundation (NSF) Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide
- National Institutes of Health (NIH) Grant Writing Tip Sheets
- The Grant Application Writer’s Workbooks, from Grant Writers’ Seminars and Workshops, LLC (GWSW) ($75).
- Scholarly Pursuits: A Guide to Professional Development During the Graduate Years. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, see "Chapter 5: Grantsmanship in Support of Study or Research" (pdf)
We are here to support you throughout the process of submitting a grant proposal at UT Austin, but we often receive a high volume of requests. To ensure that your proposal gets the full attention it deserves, we ask that you adhere to our Grants Submission Timeline when contacting our office (email@example.com).
Lindy Aleshire, Grants Administrator (Pre- and Post-Award)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Office: GEB 3.306
Brook Davis, Manager (Pre-Award)
Email: email@example.com, Tel: 512-232-0760, Office: GEB 3.306