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To view a detailed explanation of the CUSE grant review process for 2019-2020, click here.
To view a detailed explanation of the 2019-2020 CUSE grant deadlines, click here.
For information on human subjects research and the Institutional Review Board (IRB), click here.
For step by step instructions on submitting an eProtocol for IRB review, click here.
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Need help writing a grant proposal? Attend a CUSE workshop to discover how to write competitive grant applications for internal Notre Dame funding. Also, consider utilizing the following resources:
- Notre Dame's Writing Center is committed to assisting students to become better writers. They are a great resource for understanding specific styles of writing, such as grant writing. Also, the Writing Center has staff available to edit drafts of grant proposals.
- The Purdue Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL) is one of the largest online databases of writing resources and instructional material. They give detailed writing instructions and pertinent examples on all styles of writing, from essays to resumes to grant proposals.
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Writing Center is nationally recognized for the depth and breadth of their online writing resources and guides. Their grant writing guide, "Give me the money!," is great for thinking broadly about grant writing.