For information about all things research at Georgia Tech, visit the Research @ Tech website, and the Georgia Tech Research Institute. Also, here is a list that includes each college's associate dean for research (who is available to answer any of your questions):
College of Design
Nancey Green Leigh
College of Computing
College of Engineering
College of Sciences
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
There are also the following additional internal resources:
Georgia Tech has established review committees to ensure that research is conducted in accordance with federal, state, and Georgia Board of Regents’ guidelines.
- Office of Sponsored Programs
- Proposal Forms
- Library Data Assistance (provides data management resources and research data librarians that can assist if your application requires a data management plan)
Below is a list of resources from beyond Georgia Tech that can assist you in your research-related efforts:
Funding Search Tools
- GrantsNet. A one-stop resource to find funds for training in the sciences and undergraduate science education.
- Health Research Funding. This resource is designed to bring researchers with peer-reviewed, worthwhile, unfunded projects together with advocacy organizations and other funding sources.
Email Alert Services
- Grants.gov. Enables organizations to electronically find and apply for more than $400 billion in federal grants.
- MyNSF. Designed to help anyone with an interest in National Science Foundation (NSF) news and publications find out about new publications and information.
- National Institutes of Health Guide. The official publication for National Institutes of Health (NIH) medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines, and funding opportunities.
- Environmental Protection Agency. NCER runs competitions for STAR grants, graduate and undergraduate fellowships, research contracts under the Small Business Innovative Research Program, and other research assistance programs.
- NASA. Supporting research in science and technology is an important part of NASA's overall mission. NASA solicits this research through the release of various research announcements in a wide range of science and technology disciplines.
News for Researchers
- NIH Roadmap. Provides a framework of the priorities NIH as a whole must address in order to optimize its entire research portfolio. It lays out a vision for a more efficient and productive system of medical research. The NIH Roadmap identifies the most compelling opportunities in three main areas: new pathways to discovery, research teams of the future, and re-engineering the clinical research enterprise.
- Tips for Getting Started. Information about the first stages of the grant-writing process, including prewriting, organization, and budget planning.
- NSF's Guide for Proposal Writing. Advice often given to inquirers. These suggestions for improving proposals were collected from a variety of sources, including NSF program directors, panel reviewers, and successful grantees.
- Hints for Writing a Successful NIH Grant. Link to the many NIH divisions such as the National Cancer Institute. On the individual websites are materials for grant writing directly related to the divisions.
- Instructions on Grant Development. A guide on how to develop a grant, including generating ideas for it.
- Nonprofit Guides. Nonprofit guides are free, web-based, grant-writing tools for nonprofit organizations; charitable, educational, and public organizations; and other community-minded groups.