• Services

    The Office of Grant Development exists at the Maxwell School to help faculty, staff and graduate students achieve research and programmatic goals by:

    • Providing assistance in the identification of funding opportunities (one-off searches or one-on-one and group training in utilizing funding databases)
    • Offering a tailored, searchable database of requests for proposals (RFPs) and other funding announcements in areas of interest to the Maxwell School community
    • Preparation and submission of proposals (review & summarize funder guidelines, drafting of letters of inquiry, proposal structuring, editing)
    • Supporting an annual summer seed grant opportunity to support the development of a proposal
    • Workshops on grant seeking and grant writing targeted to specific disciplinary groups or funding mechanisms offered by request for departments and centers or institutes, individual faculty classes, and Maxwell student groups
    • Provision of grant writing reference materials
    • Arrangement of interdisciplinary planning meetings for large proposals
    • Facilitating contact and coordination with the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), Syracuse University Foundation Relations, and other universities for multi-institutional proposals

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    UPDATE - Funding Opportunities (5/14/2018)

    Please visit the Funding Opportunities page to view new funding opportunities posted on April 30, 2018.

     

    ANNOUNCEMENT - Congratulations to Maxwell Dean's Summer Project Assistantship Award Winners!

    The Summer Project Assistantship Program is offered annually by the Maxwell Dean's Office to faculty in the Maxwell School, providing summer funding for the graduate assistant of their choice, to support  preliminary research for and/or preparation of a proposal for external project funding in the subsequent year. The application deadline falls in April. Successful faculty applicants are expected to provide a written report on the submission of a related proposal to an external funder within one year of the issuance of the award. Since 2004, the Maxwell School has invested approximately $175,000 into this internal program, resulting in over $3.2 million in related sponsored awards.
     

    ANNOUNCEMENT - USAF and NSF announce partnership in science and engineering research

    Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson and National Science Foundation (NSF) Director France Córdova signed a Letter of Intent May 9, 2018, creating a new partnership for collaboration on scientific and engineering research to bolster national security. The Letter of Intent initiates a strategic partnership focused on research in four areas of common interest: space operations and geosciences, advanced material sciences, information and data sciences, and workforce and processes.

     

    TIP - Download the Grants.gov Mobile App

    Now you can easily search for federal grant opportunities on your mobile device and setup different notifications—for new grants that meet your saved search criteria or changes to grants you are interested in. The official Grants.gov Mobile App is available for download today from Apple’s App Store or from Google Play.
     
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  • For more information or to request and in-person meeting or a group training session, please contact:

    Andrew London
    Associate Dean for Finance and Administration 

    Matt Stewart

    Grant Development Graduate Intern