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FACULTY RESEARCHER INFORMATION

WHO TO CONTACT

If you are new to the proposal process at AU, we highly recommend that you start by contacting the department administrator in your school. The school's pre-award staff can assist you in thinking about all the components required for a competitive proposal. However, OSP is always available to assist you!

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FIND FUNDING

AU offers resources to search for funding opportunities for scholarly pursuits. Looking for funding requires crafting tailor-made searches in Pivot, conducting research on Foundation Directory Online (FDO) for prospective funders, and speaking with program officers in varies government agencies and foundations.

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Faculty Training Module

This training program is intended to build capacity in research administration across campus and help to reduce documented enterprise risk/ audit issues in the campus-wide management of sponsored projects. The self-paced, online training module should be completed before spending new grant funds.

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Frequently Required Proposal Data

Taxpayer/Employer Identification Number (EIN)
53-0196549

Contractor & Government Entity (Cage) Number
4B291

DUNS & Bradstreet Number
07-779-5060

INSTITUTIONAL INFO

FACULTY FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

The Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning, in partnership with the Dean of Academic Affairs, built a database of individual fellowships open to university faculty.

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Cayuse SP

Cayuse SP is an electronic online system that AU uses to route and approve all proposals. The routing process allows representatives of the university such as the department administrator and the head of the Unit and/or Dean of your school as well as OSP to review and approve your proposal.

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