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  1. 1. Division of Institutional AdvancementOffice of Grants and Sponsored Programs (OGSP)Patrick Lynch, Director(305)
  2. 2. Overview Barry’s grants profile; Types of grants and what they fund; Who makes grant awards?; Where to find grant opportunities; How to review/interpret grant announcements; Deciding if a specific grant is right for you; The importance of partnerships; Planning to prepare a grant application; The narrative components; The budget components; “Fatal Flaws;” Introduction to the National Institutes of Health; Questions
  3. 3. Barry’s Grant Proposal Submissions48 submissions 88 submissionsFY 2010 FY 2011Government2858%Private2042%Government2933%Private5967%FY 201288 submissions
  4. 4. Submissions: A Three-Year Comparison$19,540,668
  5. 5. Government2933%Private5967%Government36$6,287,648Private22$969,079Grants at Barry University (2011)FY 2011 Submissionsby Funder TypeFY 2011 Awardsby Funder Type88 Submissions= $12,221,637 58 Awards= $7,256,727Grants and Contracts Activity Reports
  6. 6. FY 2011 and FY 2012 “Success” RatesFunded =4145%Not-Funded =4855%FY 2011 FY 2012
  7. 7. An introduction to funding opportunitiesBy grant type: Fellowships, scholarships (for individuals); Research “grants” (for faculty/project directors); Services/program “grants” (for organizations); “Grant” contracts (for individuals or organizations); Cooperative agreements
  8. 8. What gets grant-funded? Research Training Curriculum Development Construction/Renovation Equipment Service
  9. 9. Who makes grant awards?By grantor type: GOVERNMENTAL (federal, state, local)o e.g. – National Institutes of Health (US), FL Dept. ofEducation (State), Miami Dade County (Local) PRIVATE (foundations, corporations, individuals,associations)o e.g. – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (national),W.K. Kellogg Foundation (national), American NursesFoundation (national), The Children’s Trust (localMiami), The Miami Foundation(local Miami)
  10. 10. Top 10 U.S. Foundations by TotalGiving (as of January 2013)1. Bill and Melinda Gates Fndn: $2,486,342,2092. Walton Family Fndn: $1,479,636,0533. Genentech Care Fndn: $587,337,3924. GlaxoSmithKline Fndn: $555,867,0325. Abbott Patient Assistance Fndn: $482,610,6046. Ford Fndn $424,695,0007. Johnson & Johnson Patient Assist. Fndn: $416,443,5598. Bristol-Myers Squibb Patient Assist. Fndn: $392,778,9999. Robert Wood Johnson Fndn: $359,172,00510. W.K. Kellogg Fndn: $308,813,432
  11. 11. Top 10 Largest Corporations by TotalGiving (as of January 2013)1. Novartis Patient Assist. Fndn: $239,531,4532. Bank of America Charitable Fndn: $198,695,7053. Wal-Mart Fndn: $164,588,3964. JPMorgan Chase Fndn: $133,757,6265. General Electric Fndn: $112,221,7406. ExxonMobil Fndn: $72,154,5637. Wells Fargo Fndn: $68,367,6158. Citi Fndn: $63,573,5009. Verizon Fndn: $59,365,75610. Wachovia/Wells Fargo Fndn: $51,809,171
  12. 12. Finding fundingopportunitiesExisting grant locator resources□ (federal):□ Private Foundation Services (some cost)o Chronicle of Philanthropy, Foundation Center Online (, Guidestar, general web□ Agency-specific sites (NIH, DOE, etc)□ Miami Dade County -□ Academic Associations
  13. 13. Selected Grant Funding Sources forNursing Projects National League for Nursing (NLN) American Nurses Association (ANA) American Nurses Foundation (ANF) Florida Nurses Foundation (FNF) Florida Nurses Association (FNA) Sigma Theta Tau International HonorSociety of Nursing Robert Wood Johnson Foundation American Holistic Nurses Association National Institutes of Health (NINR)
  14. 14. Reviewing grant announcementsIf you find an announcement of funds available:1. Check the due date2. Make sure you (organization) are eligible3. Research the funder to determine your chancesof success4. Look at special requirements like “match”,partnerships, evidence-based practices (EBP)5. Carefully review application elements
  15. 15. Exercise- Raskob Foundation Is Barry eligible to apply? When is the due date? Is a match required? Is a budget required? How much can we request? If denied, can we re-apply for the sameproject? Are there any other important notes?
  16. 16. U.S. Department of Labor- PathwaysOut of PovertyEligibility: “All applicants must have experience servingat least one of the following groups:unemployed individuals, high school dropouts,individuals with criminal records, and/ordisadvantaged individuals within areas of highpoverty.” “Lead applicants must fall into one of twocategories: (1) national entities or (2) localentities.”EXAMPLE
  17. 17.  National Entities: “in order to apply as anational entity, an applicant must proposea project that serves communities locatedin at least three States with a minimum ofone community located in each State, anda range of three to seven total communitiesserved.”Can Barry apply as a National Entity?EXAMPLE
  18. 18.  Local Entities: “for the purposes of thisannouncement, applicants qualify as localentities if they are public organizations(such as community colleges or workforceinvestment boards) or private nonprofitorganizations (such as community or faith-based organizations).”Can Barry apply as a Local Entity?EXAMPLE
  19. 19.  Strategic Partnerships: “to be eligible forfunding under this announcement, nationaland local applicants must demonstrate thatthe proposed project will be implementedby a robust strategic partnership.” Required Partners: “in each communityserved, the partnership must include atleast one entity from each of the followingfive categories…”Other requirements…EXAMPLE
  20. 20.  1. Nonprofit organizations, such ascommunity or faith-based organizations; 2. The public workforce investment system; 3. The education and training community,which includes community and technicalcolleges and four-year colleges anduniversities; 4. Public and private employers andindustry-related organizations; 5. Labor organizationsEXAMPLE
  21. 21. Reviewing application instructions Sometimes contained in the FundingAnnouncemento Announcement/Instructions are onedocument Other times contained in multiple documentso National Institutes of Health (solicitation +general guidance)
  22. 22. Applying for a grant Contact “Program Officers” if unsure aboutsomething; Make sure you have the buy-in of youradministration and leadership before writing; Understand internal grant policies andprocedures; Find out if the activities are feasible. . . (Do youhave the staff, organizational capacity,knowledge, certification/accreditation required toimplement the proposed project?) Is there the infrastructure to support an award?(Physical space? Admin support?)
  23. 23. Applying for a grant Familiarize yourself with standard formsand attachments early on in the process Know submission process (electronic vs.paper) Know the institution’s authorized signatoryrequirements
  24. 24. Narrative Components Statement of Need Program Description Program OutcomesGoals, Measurable Objectives, Activities Agency Capability Sustainability Work Plan/Timeline Evaluation PlanREVIEW OF SAMPLE NARRATIVES
  25. 25. Exercise-Creating a Narrative Outline20 minutes
  26. 26. Preparing the NarrativeSo you decide to write the proposal – Whatnow? Make a timeline/work plan. . . You usually need otherpeople to assist with statistics, data, organizationalinfo Use the review criteria, if provided by the funder, tocreate an outline Ensure that every aspect of the review criteria isclearly answered (watch for sub-questions) Remember that the reviewers may not be proficientin your field—(do not use “lingo” and spell outacronyms)
  27. 27. Budget Components Restrictions – what funder will allow Budget Categories:Direct Costs: Salaries/Benefits, Travel,Equipment, Supplies, Contractual Indirect Costs Match? In-kind or cash? Budget Line-Item Summary Budget JustificationREVIEW SAMPLE BUDGETS
  28. 28. Budget Notes Make a reasonable funding request Justify each item of the budget Get bids/quotes/estimates – back up fortravel, equipment, supplies, etc. Confirm request corresponds directly to thenarrative and the scope of work Check and re-check figures
  29. 29. Review Your Own Proposal Re-Read Instructions Create a Self Review Tool to check againstreview criteria for sufficiency (rate/score ifpossible) Review the Application Yourself Ask Others to Review the Application
  30. 30.  Is not responsive to funder guidelines Does not conform to instructions for format(margin size, font type, font size, documenttype) Is incomplete Exceeds page limits Does not include original and correct number ofcopies Does not arrive by due date deadline Others set by funder
  31. 31. SubmissionSUBMIT EARLY!
  32. 32. Follow-Up Always follow-up on any rejection/denialsfrom grant funders.Examples:○ 2011 U.S. Department of Justice (OVW)application;○ The Children’s Trust;○ 2012 Institute for Museum and LibraryScience application.
  33. 33. A Brief Introduction to theNational Institutes of Health (NIH)
  34. 34. U. S. Dept. of Health and Human ServicesAdministration forChildren and Families(ACF)Administration forChildren and Families(ACF)Food and DrugAdministration(FDA)Food and DrugAdministration(FDA)Health Resourcesand ServicesAdministration(HRSA)Health Resourcesand ServicesAdministration(HRSA)Secretary ofHealth andHuman ServicesSecretary ofHealth andHuman ServicesAdministration onAging(AoA)Administration onAging(AoA)Center for Medicare& MedicaidServices(CMS)Center for Medicare& MedicaidServices(CMS)Indian HealthServices(IHS)Indian HealthServices(IHS)National Institutesof Health(NIH)National Institutesof Health(NIH)Centers forDisease Controland Prevention(CDC)Centers forDisease Controland Prevention(CDC)Substance Abuse andMental Health ServicesAdministration(SAMHSA)Substance Abuse andMental Health ServicesAdministration(SAMHSA)Agency for ToxicSubstances andDisease Registry(ATSDR)Agency for ToxicSubstances andDisease Registry(ATSDR)Agency forHealthcare Researchand Quality(AHRQ)Agency forHealthcare Researchand Quality(AHRQ)
  35. 35. NIH Organizational StructureNational Instituteon Alcohol Abuseand AlcoholismNational Instituteof Arthritis andMusculoskeletaland Skin DiseasesNational CancerInstituteNational Instituteon AgingNational Instituteof Child Healthand HumanDevelopmentNational Instituteof Allergy andInfectious DiseasesNational Instituteof Diabetes andDigestive andKidney DiseasesNational Instituteof Dental andCraniofacialResearchNational Instituteon Drug AbuseNational Instituteof EnvironmentalHealth SciencesNational Institute onDeafness and OtherCommunicationDisordersNational EyeInstituteNational HumanGenome ResearchInstituteNational Heart,Lung, and BloodInstituteNational Instituteof Mental HealthNational Instituteof NeurologicalDisorders andStrokeNational Instituteof GeneralMedical SciencesNational Instituteof Nursing ResearchNational Libraryof MedicineNational Centerfor Complementaryand AlternativeMedicineFogartyInternationalCenterNational Centerfor ResearchResourcesNational Instituteof BiomedicalImaging andBioengineeringNo fundingauthorityNIHClinical CenterCenterfor InformationTechnologyCenterfor ScientificReviewNational Center onMinority Healthand HealthDisparitiesOffice of the Director
  36. 36. NIH Facts NIH is the Nation’s leading medical researchagency NIH Bethesda campus is world’s largestresearch organization6,000 scientists (18,000 employees)5 Nobel Prize winners NIH Extramural Research Program130 Nobel Prize winners trained or funded by NIHMore than half of all American Nobel Prize winners
  37. 37. Total NIH budget authorityFY 2012 (actual)
  38. 38. NIH Grant Statistics More than 80% of the NIHs funding isawarded through almost 50,000 competitivegrants to more than 300,000 researchers atmore than 2,500 universities, medical schools,and other research institutions in every stateand around the world.
  39. 39. Grant Mechanisms Program Projects and Centers Training Grants Career Development Awards Research Projects (R01, R21, R03)
  40. 40. NIH- Research Project Grants Basic Components:Research Plan:○ Specific Aims (one page summary of goals, expectedoutcomes)○ Research Strategy (Significance, Innovation, Approach)Budget (Research & Related vs. Modular)BibliographyBiosketchOther attachments
  41. 41. NIH VideosNIH Tips for Applicants (4:38)NIH Peer Review Revealed (14:52)
  42. 42. Final Thoughts…